JMU Duke Dog Camp June 27-29, 2011

Camp Brochure: http://www.laxology.com/LaxologyCampBrochure11.pdf

More JMU camps information at: http://www.laxology.com

 

George Mason TRIO Lacrosse Camp

TRIO Lacrosse Camp is designed to provide each camper the fundamentals and skills to become a more complete lacrosse player. TRIO firmly believes in emphasizing sportsmanship and the benefit it brings to the sport and its athletes. TRIO Lacrosse Camp instruction is valuable for all levels of players. Beginners, as well as high school athletes will leave a more knowledgeable and improved lacrosse player.

Dates: July 11th to 14th or July 18th to 21st both 6pm to 9pm at night

Contact: Morgan Kelly, (703) 993-9355

More information: www.gomason.com//pdf8/760774.pdf

True Athlete Performance - Speed Training

http://www.trueap.com/

Use the offseason to become a better athlete.  

Quest School Showcase Weekend

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CONTAINS FINAL DETAILS!!!   **Wrestler's Attending be sure to see the link to submit your personal information.


 

Quest School of Wrestling will be holding it's showcase-style “College Expo and Wrestler Prospect Camp” for high school wrestlers this upcoming weekend, September 21 and 22nd at its facility at 264 Munce Road, Washington Pa 15301.

It's not too late to attend! You can RSVP to this email to confirm attendance.

The camp, which costs $50.00 per wrestler, will be limited to wrestlers entering grades 8-12 this fall.  The cost includes light lunch both days for wrestlers.    ATTENTION:   BELOW IS THE ATHLETE INFORMATION LINK to COMPLETE PRIOR TO ATTENDING 
 
Lodging is available for any wrestler or their family at our sponsor hotel:  
Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe.  Please contact hotel directly to reserve a room:
1000 Corporate Drive, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, 15317, USA TEL: 1-724-743-5000  (Call and tell them you are with the Quest School of Wrestling College Expo)
Click Here for Hotel Website

 
 
Again, campers will have two clinics a day, which will include a morning and afternoon drill and live technical workout.

Each clinic session will be directed by a different clinician and assisted by coaches from many different colleges!

For all Coaches:
There will be a Coach's Clinic held at Quest School of Wrestling on Saturday, September 21 from 12:00 to 2:00pm; and all Coach's are encouraged to attend the sessions at the Hilton Garden Inn on Sunday. 

Additionally if there is any Coach (high school or college wishing to Golf later on Saturday, please call Jim Akerly at 412-352-3727.

For all Parents & Coaches Attending:
Starting at noon at the Hilton Garden Inn, the workshop will feature presentations on:
         College Financial Planning
         NCAA Compliance
         Training
         Nutrition
Additionally, the National Wrestling Coaches Association will conduct a seminar too for Coaches and Parents at this workshop.  The program will focus on “ Program Development and Leadership”. Topics will include using tools such as Social Media, Coaching and Program Strategies and More all to help your wrestling program acheive success.  There will also be a live demonstation of the StatEasy program to be used by coaches and parents.


Dates:  9/21/13 to 2/22/13
Time:    8:45 Report Day 1;   9:00 Report Day 2
Cost:    $50.00 per Wrestler
 
RSVP to:    WrestleQuest@gmail.com  to hold spots for wrestlers, coaches,  parents and teams.  Please let us know in your email how many wrestlers, parents and coaches will be attending.

For all wrestler's attending please click below to complete the "Athlete Information Sheet" :            
Athlete Information Sheet


A look at the Camp Clinicians:
Jim Akerly-Camp Director and Owner of Quest School of Wrestling

Jim brings many years of experience to his program.  He opened the doors of Quest School of Wrestling in 2001, and over the years many accomplished wrestlers have trained on his mats.  Coach Akerly was formerly the Head Coach of American University, where he received the CAA Coach of the Year Award in 1997.  He has coached at West Virginia University, Edinboro University, Rider University and the University of Virginia.

He graduated from West Virginia University in 1989 with a degree in physical education.  During his career with the Mountaineer Matmen, he set a school record for the most wins, with a 119-34-4 record in the 150lb weight class.  He was an NCAA All American, a three time NCAA National Qualifier and a finalist at the prestigious Midlands Tournament.    

Nate Carr- Director of Carr Wrestling Club
Nate’s accomplishments include being a Father, Olympian and Minister.  As well as: Pennsylvania State High Champion,  Three Time Pennsylvania Freestyle Champion, Junior National Champion, Two Time Big Eight Champion, Three Time NCAA Champion,  Three Time National Freestyle Champion, Three Time World Team Member, Goodwill Games Champion, World Cup Champion and Pan American Games Champion.

 

In his 13 year tenure at West Virginia University, the wrestling program moved from being 25th in the Nation to being ranked consistently in the top 10. Ranking 6th in the country before Carr's departure, WVU had an excellent chance of being NCAA Champions in the near future.  In1991 he was named the NCAA Wrestling Coach of the Year. During his tenure he coached 2 National Champions, 10 All-Americans, won 2 EWL Dual Meet Crowns and an EWLTournament Title and sent 64 wrestlers to NCAA tournaments.   He has been honored for his outstanding wrestling career and character as a wrestler and was inducted into the Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame,  Iowa State University Hall of Fame, Eastern Wrestling League Hall of Fame, as being a  Distinguished Member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame


Mike Hahesy-Head Coach of Cathedral Preparatory School
Coach Hahesy works as the Co-Head Coach at Erie Prep.  He started his coaching career at Warren High School where he compiled a 51-20 record over 5 years, coached Warren’s first and only state finalist. He was awarded Sectional Coach of the Year honors. He moved on to Erie McDowell where his teams finished 37-5 over 3 years. His teams were District Champions, Metro Champions, and in 1995 finished with a record of 13-0, McDowell’s first and only undefeated team. He was also District Coach of the year. His overall head coaching record currently stands at 113-33.

He then moved on to the college level where he coached at Gannon for 4 years. While there, he coached several All-Americans and Gannon’s only NCAA Champion, Doug Joseph. Following this assignment he moved on Edinboro University for 9 years. While at Edinboro, the teams finished in the top ten 6 times and won the PSAC and EWL titles 8 times. He worked with and coached many All-Americans and two NCAA Champions, Gregor Gillespie and Jarrod King.
Coach Hahesy was successful as an athlete, being an Iowa High School State Champion, AAU National Champion, NCAA Runner-Up, and NCAA Champion.

Sanshiro “Sunny” Abe -Pitt Bull Wrestling Club Organizer & Main Instructor
'Sunny' was a member of the 1996 Japanese Olympic Team, a 3 time Japanese World Team Member, He wrestled at Penn State where he was a  4 time All-American,  NCAA Champion, and a 3 time Big Ten Champion.   He was also a Asian Games Gold Medalist.