29th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp®
The Nation’s Only Tennis Camp Taught Exclusively by Head College Coaches
December 2-3, 2017 – Register Online Today!
Registration Deadline: November 28, 2017
“Coach Ed Krass’ camp is The Best Tennis Camp in America”
– Coach Brian Boland, winner of 4 NCAA National Team Titles at University of Virginia
Train with the Nation’s Top Head College Coaches this December!
At Coach Ed Krass’ 29th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp you’ll experience on-court training and instruction with head college coaches from across the U.S.
Get Exposure and Be Recruited
Founded in 1989, we are dedicated to preparing high school student-athletes for college tennis. Our staff, which consists totally of current head men’s and women’s college tennis coaches, is committed to helping our students make the transition from junior tennis to college tennis a reality.
Designed For Players 14-18
This camp is open to any and all players ages 14 to 18. Instructional drills and matchplay competitions will be conducted in the same style and intensity as a collegiate practice session. Players will have the opportunity to sample various coaching styles and to receive on-court coaching during matchplay competitions.
Prepare Your Game For College Tennis
- Train on-court and interact with head college coaches
- Showcase your game, work ethic and coachability
- Experience college-style competitive drilling
- Learn about the college recruiting process and how it works
- Learn how to conduct a college tennis search
- Understand the various levels of college tennis
- Identify the profiles of specific college tennis programs
- Network with head college coaches from across the U.S.
Featuring On-Court Training and Instruction from Head College Coaches
Our staff, which consists totally of current head men’s and women’s college tennis coaches, is committed to helping our students improve their playing skills and achieve their college tennis goals. Our Coaching Staff at the USF camp will include:
Babson College – Jim Berrigan, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Bentley University – Rick Edelmann, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Bloomsburg University – Marty Coyne, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Boston College – Scott Wilkins, Head Men’s Coach
Colorado State University – Jarod Camerota, Head Women’s Coach
University of Connecticut – Reinaldo Valor, Head Men’s Coach
University of Delaware – Pablo Montana, Head Men’s Coach
Eastern Florida State College – Bobby Cashman, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Florida Institute of Technology – Bill Macom, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Florida Southern College – Trish Riddell, Head Women’s Coach
Florida Southern College – Greg Van Emburgh, Head Men’s Coach
Hofstra University – Jason Pasion, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Lehigh University – Sarah Short, Head Women’s Coach
Lehigh University – Wouter Hendrix, Head Men’s Coach
Mercer University – Eric Hayes, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
New Jersey Institute of Technology – Ira Miller, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Rollins College – Bev Buckley, Head Women’s Coach
University of South Florida – Ashley Fisher, Head Men’s Coach
Stony Brook University – Gary Glassman, Head Women’s Coach
University of Tampa – Al Dufaux, Head Women’s Coach
United States Military Academy – Paul Peck, Head Women’s Coach
Wilkes University – Chris Leicht, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
*Coaching staff subject to change
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