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In order for athletes and teams to be fully prepared for their upcoming seasons and tryouts, students attend summer sports camps. Most camps are optional and separate from high school trainings, but act the same by getting athletes in shape and allowing them to improve their skills.
By Emma Klebe ’13
2013 Wrestling Camp of Champions

9 am – Noon

June 24 – 28

grades 4 -12

$100 per camper

The camp will focus on teaching the fundamental techniques of wrestling at every skill level. The camp staff has previously won a combined total of six NCAA championships, 13 NCAA All-American honors, 12 Big Ten/EWL championships and 13 state High School championships.

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Lady Bears Lacrosse Training Camp

June 17 – 19

5:30 – 8:30 pm

Tremont Fields

$135 per camper

This camp will focus on the skills needed to play lacrosse competitively at the high school level. Another main focus is the mastery of particular positions, such as goalie or mid fielder. Campers must bring their own stick, goggles, mouth guard and water bottle.

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Rowing Mini Camp

Dates and times to be determined (typically takes place in Aug. during the week before school begins)

grades 9-12


This camp is meant for high school students who may be interested in joining the UAHS Crew team, but would like to try out the sport first. Participants may attend one, two or all three of the available days.