Ready? Play! Hatter Summer Camp Fun

May 29, 2013

Ready Play regular format-400Stetson University will again host a variety of athletic summer camps for school-aged youth. Sports for the 2013 summer camps include soccer, basketball, tennis and volleyball. The summer camps are specifically designed to provide an NCAA Division-I experience with the university’s coaches, with instructions for improving the fundamentals of each sport. Camps will be held weekly from June to August on Stetson’s DeLand campus.

Resident campers will stay overnight in the residence halls, and meals will be provided by the university’s Dining Services. Student ambassadors, also known as summer Conference Assistants (CAs), will be on duty to assist campers during their stay.

Stetson Athletic Summer Camps include:

Women’s Basketball:

Lil’ Hatters will learn to dribble, pass, shoot, defend and be a part of a team. Games, races and lots of one-on-one attention will ensure a fun time. High school players are invited to join Coach Lynn Bria, her staff, and Hatter players as they conduct a camp geared toward individual instruction and overall competition. Hatter Shootout, a team event, consists of a fun and intense environment designed to challenge each team to compete as a group, as well as receive instruction. For more information, contact Assistant Basketball Coach Jenna Burkett at (386) 822-8119, or online at Women’s Basketball Summer Camps – 2013. Register for Women’s Basketball Summer Camps 2013 online.

Men’s Basketball: 

Individual Camp:

View Complete 2013 Stetson Boys Basketball Summer Camp Brochure and Print

Junior Hatter Camp:

View Complete 2013 Stetson Boys Basketball Summer Camp Brochure and Print

High School Team Camp:

View 2013 Team Camp Application Form and Print

Contact Steve Drabyn for more information:
(386) 822-8144

Men’s Soccer:

The summer soccer camps will focus on beginner and intermediate technical skills including passing, dribbling, shooting and more. For more information about Soccer Summer Camp, contact Assistant Soccer Coach, Tony McManus at (386) 822-7014, or online at Stetson Men’s Soccer Camp, with information about the Youth Academy. Register online for Stetson’s Soccer Youth Academy, or for Stetson College ID Camp.

Women’s Soccer:

The summer soccer camp will expose players to the standards and styles of coaching, and the expectations of players at Stetson. Campers will center on becoming technically cleaner, playing and keeping possession in tight spaces and more. Coach Khettry will also host a presentation geared to educate players (and family members) on what it takes to be a college soccer player. For more information about Soccer Summer Camp, contact Head Soccer Coach, Manoj Khettry at (386) 822-8139, or online at Women’s Soccer Spring ID Camp.


The goal of summer tennis camps is for each camper to improve in the fundamentals of the game of tennis, to develop sportsmanship skills and to have fun in a supportive environment. For more information about Tennis Summer Camp, contact Camp Director, Christophe Noblet at (386) 822-8145, or visit Stetson Tennis Camps Summer 2013 online. Register online for Stetson Tennis Summer Camps 2013.


Stetson Volleyball Camps are designed to give campers the opportunity to experience a NCAA Division-I training environment. This camp will help reach future goals, whether it’s making a high school team or playing at the highest level. For more information about Volleyball Summer Camp, contact Coach Meghan Bryant at (386) 738-6681, or visit Stetson Volleyball Summer Camps online. Register for Stetson Volleyball Summer Campsonline.


Designed to give players individual instruction in all phases of the game, all sessions are designed to build and strengthen the camper’s basic fundamentals of baseball. The drills and techniques taught at the camp are the same used by the Stetson baseball team. Each camp is hosted by the Stetson University staff. For questions and more information, contact Coach Brian Pruitt at, or (386) 822-8107. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this amazing Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Camp! Register online at Pete Dunn Baseball Camps.


All football camp forms can be returned by any of the options below:
Scanned E-mail –
Mail – Nolan Behrns
421 N Woodland Boulevard Unit 8284
DeLand, FL 32723
Fax – (386) 822-8796.  Any additional questions can be directed to Nolan Behrns at or (386) 822-7134.


Head coach Nicole Moore and the Stetson women’s lacrosse program will host the first annual elite lacrosse summer camp on the campus of Stetson University for rising high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. The camp will run from July 22nd to July 24th, 2013, and is open to all and any entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).

It will be a high intensity three day camp for the elite player who has the drive to compete at the collegiate level. Sessions will include drills on the mastery of individual skill, including stick-work, shooting, and defensive play. Small-sided games and full field scrimmages will take place in order to develop the field sense needed for the next level.

The Stetson Lacrosse Goalie School will be run by Stetson assistant coach Brittany Dipper, a former National Champion, All-American, and Goalie of the Year while playing at the University of Maryland.

Stetson Women’s Lacrosse Camps and Clinics are designed to teach and develop the fundamental skills of the game, as well as team concepts in a fun, educational and confidence building environment. It is a chance to learn sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork. It is also a great opportunity to meet other young lacrosse players and experience different coaching techniques from some of the best coaches in the nation.

Stetson University offers the camps and clinics listed above, but does not limit the selection of those sports solely based upon what is seen. For a complete listing of athletic camps offered by the university, please visit

NCAA bylaws 13.12.13: Stetson camps/clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).

by Kim Charles

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