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Utah State Tennis Announces Summer Camps and Clinics

Thursday, May. 15, 2014


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Along with members of their teams, Utah State head tennis coaches Sean McInerney and Clancy Shields will host several camps and mini-clinics this summer. (photo from Athletics website)


Along with members of their teams, Utah State [University] head tennis coaches Sean McInerney and Clancy Shields will host several camps and mini-clinics this summer.

The summer season will be highlighted by three camps. The first, June 2-6, provides athletes a base for solid summer training. The Summer Elite Camp is June 23-27. This camp will utilize the Linked Training System which develops the player through heavy pattern and contact point development, competitive isolated drilling and coached matchplay.

The High School Prep Camp concludes the camp season July 28-Aug. 1. The camp will focus on preparing athletes for high school tryouts through strategy, patterns and mental toughness.

Each camp will include player evaluation, continual hitting and speed and footwork drills with Division I coaches, players and trainers. Participating athletes will have their play recorded with analysis from the coaching staff.

The first camp will be held from 1 to 4 p.m., while the remaining two will run from 9 a.m. to noon each day at the USU Outdoor Courts. The cost for attendance of all three camps is $200 for the week.

In addition to the camps, there are six clinics available which will be held May 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 and 29. Clinics will run from 4 to 5:30 p.m. each day at the USU Outdoor Courts.

To register for a camp or for more information see the tennis camps website.

Fans can follow Utah State Athletics, including both USU tennis teams, on Twitter or on Facebook.

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