Registrations are being accepted for Coach Ed Krass’ 29th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp® to be held December 2-3, 2017 at University of South Florida in Tampa. Former Harvard University Tennis Coach Ed Krass will direct the camp with twenty head college coaches instructing throughout the weekend.
Coach Ed Krass’ College Tennis Exposure Camp is the only tennis camp taught exclusively by head college coaches. The coaching staff for this camp will include head tennis coaches from Babson College, Bentley University, Bloomsburg University, Boston College, Colorado State University, University of Connecticut, University of Delaware, Eastern Florida State College, Florida Institute of Technology, Florida Southern College, Lafayette College, Lehigh University, Mercer University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rollins College, University of South Florida, Stony Brook University, University of Tampa, U.S. Military Academy and Wilkes University. Since 1989, Coach Ed Krass’ College Tennis Exposure Camp has been helping high school students get exposure to head college tennis coaches and college tennis training and preparation.
The camp is open to all high school and junior tournament players, ages 14-18, who are interested in playing college tennis. Players will receive on-court instruction from head college coaches during drills and matchplay competitions conducted in the same style and intensity as a college team practice. Players will have the opportunity to sample various coaching styles and to receive on-court coaching during their matchplay competitions. The college coaches will also conduct roundtable discussions to educate the players on the college tennis preparation and recruiting process.
“This camp is an excellent opportunity for players to train with and interact with head college coaches in a friendly, fun format of play. The players will also receive specific feedback from college coaches representing every level of college tennis,” said Coach Ed Krass.
To register for the College Tennis Exposure Camp, call (813) 684-9031, or visit the web site: www.collegetennis.com.