Cowboy & Cowgirl Tennis Camp: Session 1
Cowboy-Cowgirl Tennis Camps
Cowboy / Cowgirl Tennis Camp
Young athletes work best and learn the most in an environment that is personal and has the flexibility to tailor instruction to address individual needs. Hardin-Simmons University Tennis Camp uses small group instruction combined with individual attention to form the cornerstone of camp curriculum. Court time includes a variety of activities designed to keep campers motivated while they improve fundamentals. Skill work and discussions are balanced with match play offering each player the opportunity to work on tactics and employ the mental preparation skills they are learning. A variety of fun, social, and recreational activities planned for off-court times give campers a chance to get to know each other, the coaches, and to form long lasting friendships.
We have now moved the camp to the new Streich Tennis Center at 1526 Vogel.
All 8 courts have lighting!
The evenings are reserved for fun activities with an occasional lecture or court session. Campers enjoy the opportunity to relax and socialize as a group. Evening events include games, bowling, movies, campus tours, and a pool party. For activities such as bowling and the movies, there will be a nominal fee.
Day Campers are welcomed. Our day begins at 7:30 AM and ends at 9:00 PM and includes all meals. For activities such as bowling and the movies, there will be a nominal fee.
Things to Bring
Tennis Racket, Water Jug, Small Cooler, Bedding, Toiletries, Towels, Cloths, Extra Socks, Light Colored T-Shirts, Swimsuit, Spiral Notebook , Clothing for Social Events and Money for Souvenirs / Shopping.
A typical day includes three hours of intense drills in the morning and three hours of match play in the afternoon. Following the evening meal, there will be an activity planned to allow campers an opportunity to socialize.
Sample Daily Schedule
Wake up and have a great breakfast in the cafeteria.
Spend the morning on the courts doing drills and getting personal instruction.
Lunch - lots to choose from in the cafeteria.
Free Time - digest your lunch and hang out with other campers.
Dinner - another great meal in the cafeteria.
Evening Social with the Group
Two campers to a room. Each camper is required to pay a $10 key deposit. The deposit will be returned at check-out provided the key is returned.
Deposit of $100 for either camp due by May 1st. Full payment for Session 1 by May 19th and full payment for Session 2 by June 9th. Late fee of $25. Physician’s release, if needed, must accompany the Application and Release Form along with deposit or full payment.