1. WHO IS THE CAMP OPEN TO?
The camp is open to any female hockey player who is 9-12 in high school. We are looking to fill this camp with players that aspire to be Division 1 student athletes in ice hockey.
2. WILL LAUNDRY/SKATE SHARPENING BE PROVIDED?
Laundry and Skate Sharpening service is available during the week. We will have a full time equipment manager on staff to handle all equipment needs.
3. WHAT SHOULD A CAMPER BRING WITH THEM?
See our LIST OF THINGS TO BRING
or contact Coach MacKenzie with any questions.
4. WHERE DOES THE EQUIPMENT STAY?
The camp will be using the UConn Women’s D1 dressing room. All equipment will stay in there for the duration of the camp.
5. WHAT ARE THE DORMS LIKE?
Campers are doubled up into air conditioned rooms. They are secured during the day and can only be access with a key card. Our camp counselors will be staying in the dorms with the campers.
6. WHAT IF SOMETHING IS FORGOTTEN?
There is a co-op store on campus that is open year round. Any personal items can be purchased there. Also a CVS is within 2 miles of campus and transportation will be provided.
7. HOW DO I MAKE TRANSPORTATION ARRANGEMENTS?
After being notified on your accepted registration…contact Coach MacKenzie with any questions. See Contact on Website.
8. WE ARE GOING TO BE AT BEANTOWN CLASSIC…IS THERE A CONFLICT?
NO..This camp is specifically built to be available to any player that is competing at the Beantown Classic…it starts the Monday after. We have had campers come early on Sunday and stay the night before for a fee of $50.
9. WHAT MEALS ARE INCLUDED?
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a special surprise (UConn Dairy Bar) will be provided each day.
10. DO I BRING PERSONAL LINENS?
Linens will be provided but bring any special pillow, blanket etc….at your discretion.
11. IS THERE MEDICAL AID IF NEEDED?
Yes…there is an infirmary on campus. We will have a full time Certified Athletic Trainer, Team Physician at our camp.
12. WHAT IF A CAMPER HAS ANY SPECIFIC MEDICAL NEEDS?
Please notify Coach MacKenzie after accepted Registration.
13. WHAT IF THERE IS A PERSONAL EMERGENCY DURING THE CAMP?
Emergency Contacts will be notified. The University has a hospital with 5 miles and fire/police departments on site. All campers are supervised for the entire duration of the camp.
14. SHOULD A CAMPER BRING CASH?
It’s an individual choice, although every precaution will be taken, our camp does not take responsibility for lost or stolen articles.
PLEASE CONTACT CHRIS MACKENZIE FOR ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION – 858-848-7541 / firstname.lastname@example.org