Written by RUGBYMag Staff    Tuesday, 22 May 2012 12:12    PDF Print Write e-mail
Spend Your Summer at Rugby Camp
Colleges - Camps & Clinics

Still trying to figure out what to do this summer? Try a rugby camp. Here's a look at some of the camps on offer:

Bowdoin College's varsity women's program is a jewel of the Northeast. Go to beautiful Maine and learn from some of the best.

A longstanding and hugely respect camp led by Cal and former USA coaches Jack Clark and Tom Billups, Cal's camp teaches rugby, and life skills in an intense four-day assembly.

Cal Poly Head Coach David Burnett runs this three-day camp for kids who want to get to the next level. In a terrific location - perfect for a family trip!

The Elite Rugby series of camps cover a variety of locations - Stanford, the OTC, U. Oregon, and Glendale, Colo. Former and current Eagles such as James Paterson, Zack Test, and Matt Sherman will participate.

One of the longest-standing and most respected summer camps in American rugby, the East Stroudsburg Rugby Camp has expanded to include 7s-specialist instruction. You can do 7s only, 15s only, or both!

Learn from expert coaches at this amazing rugby facility in Glendale, Colo. (right in the middle of Denver). Residential and commuter rates available.

The pedigree of the coaches at this camp in Georgia is astounding, with former Eagles Dan Payne and Scott Lawrence (both in USA national coaching system), current Eagle Paul Emerick, and longtime pro James Isaacson. USA players and coaches expected to appear also!

Penn State DOR Don Ferrell, with USA women's coach Pete Steinberg and a variety of other talented, and top-level rugby people cover skills, tactics, and stress individual player development.

How far do you want to take it? You want to be an Olympian? You want to be a champion? The great Waisale Serevi, along with New Zealand 7s head coach Gordon Tietjens, will get you there.

Championship coaches from New England lead this excellent camp, including former national DII collegiate championship coach John Phillips. National-level coaches also part of the team.