June 25-28, 2018
This camp will help develop the fundamental movements required to become a better athlete. Whether your sport is football, basketball, lacrosse, baseball or track and field, many of the same skill sets such as speed, agility, coordination, balance and reaction time are essential to success. The camp will help improve these skills for athletes at all levels.
The camp is open to all male and female athletes entering grades 3-12. The camp is designed to help each athlete develop speed and agility through techniques used by collegiate and professional athletes. There will be two groups and they will run from 8:30 - 10:30 AM each day.
- Group I - students entering grades 3-8
- Group II - students entering grades 9-12
Registration will take place on Monday, June 25 at 8:00 AM at the McLane Annex (Joyce & Walton Fitness Center). Do not drop off athletes prior to that time as there will not be any supervision until that time. Camp ends each day at 10:30 AM. Campers may be picked up at 10:30 at the Annex; no later than 10:45 as there will be no supervision after that time.
Enrollment Deadline: June 22, 2018.
Fill out our online application form. Registration fees are due with the application and can be paid online (see application).
- Cost of Camp: $130.00 - this includes Speed and Agility camp T-Shirt
Campers will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis so it is a good idea to enroll as early as possible. Once accepted campers will receive, along with their acceptance letter, instructions on where to find and download all required materials including medical, emergency contact, and parental permission forms. Updated immunization information (including dates) is also required prior to the camp.
Campers should wear shorts and a breathable T-shirt, and must arrive with running sneakers (cleats/spikes are recommended for certain drills). A water bottle or sports drink is mandatory. Before reporting to camp, campers should be well nourished and hydrated.
This camp will be directed by AU's Head Men's and Women's Track and Field Coach, Dr. Angie Taylor. Taylor comes to AU after spending four years in the capital city of Abuja, Nigeria where she served in multiple roles. Most recently, she served as a member of the Ministerial Committee for the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development. In this position, she served as a Project Manager for Team Nigeria in the 2016 Rio Olympics and Paralympics where 12 teams qualified and competed. She was also a part of the 2015 All-Africa Games held in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo where Team Nigeria finished second overall with 47 gold medals â€“ the best team finish in the country's history. Also, while in Abuja, Taylor was a member of the National High Performance Task Team and the Director of National High Performance.
Prior to Nigeria, Taylor was Head Coach of the George Mason women's track & field team. While at the helm of the Patriots, she coached multiple student-athletes to the NCAA Division I Championships, U.S. Olympic Trials, Junior Pan American Games and Pan American Games. Most notably, Taylor coached world-class sprinter, Murielle Ahoure of the Ivory Coast, who has since won silver medals in the 2012 IAAF World Championships in Istanbul, Turkey and 2013 World Championships in Athletics in Moscow, Russia.
From 1995 to 1999, Taylor served as a women's track & field assistant coach at Princeton University where in addition to her coaching responsibilities, she managed scheduling and coordination of events. During her tenure, the Tigers finished first in the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships twice and Outdoor Heptagonal Championships once.
Since 1992, Taylor has been a USA National Coach including various roles with Olympic Team, IAAF World Championships, Pan American Games, World Junior Championships in Athletics, World Cup, Goodwill Games and Junior Pan American Games. She also served an eight-year stint as a member of the Board of Directors.
Taylor has also served on the coaching staffs at Louisiana State University and the University of Minnesota.
Taylor graduated from Illinois State University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications. She went on to earn a Masters of Public Administration from George Mason University and her Ph.D. in Leadership in Higher Education from Capella University.
For further general information please contact the Office of Summer Programs at 607.871.2612. For questions regarding the specifics about the camp please contact Coach Taylor via email.
Full refunds will be made for camper cancellations received by June 1. No refunds will be made for cancellations received after this date.
Alfred University is located in the peaceful village of Alfred in Western New York State, where summer days are warm and nights are cool and comfortable. Surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful meadows and valleys, Alfred University is the perfect place to spend an enjoyable week improving your basketball skills and meeting other students with similar interests and abilities.
The University may cancel any course or activity at any time because of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. If a program is cancelled or postponed, the University will refund registration fees, but is not responsible for cancellation/change charges assessed by airlines or travel agencies. If we do not meet our minimum enrollment number by two business days after the July 20 deadline, the camp will be cancelled, campers and their parents will be notified and camp fees will be refunded.
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