Coach Rollins and @FGCU_WSwim Announce Summer Camp Dates
April 16, 2018 - summer camp
FORT MYERS, Fla. – Coming off a ninth CCSA Championship in a camber of 10 years and seventh true NCAA Championship appearance, a FGCU swimming and diving group and conduct manager Dave Rollins have announced a contingent of summer technique stay dates and a training stay to be hold during June.
The 3 technique camps will start with a initial event during a FGCU Aquatics Center and surrounding campus will take from place Jun 3-7. The second event of Eagle Swim Camps is scheduled for Jun 10-14, while a third and final event will start from Jun 17-21.
New this year is a further of a Elite Training Camp that will take place from Jun 7-10.
Swimmers between a ages of 8 and 18 who are meddlesome in attending one of a 3 camps have a choice of doing so as an overnight or day camper. Registration for overnight campers, who will stay in a dorms on campus, is $595. Check-in for overnighters is during 5 p.m. Sunday and check-out is during 12 p.m. Thursday. Day camper rate is $450. They are asked to be forsaken off during 7:30 a.m. any morning and picked adult during 5 p.m. any afternoon (excluding Thursday, that is a 12pm collect up). Group rates are accessible for groups of 6 or some-more who pointer adult together.
Eagle Swim Camps are led by FGCU conduct manager and two-time CCSA Coach of a Year Dave Rollins. Rollins has been coaching for over 10 years and has coached a 2016 Olympian, NCAA All-Americans as good as countless collegiate discussion champions and high propagandize All-Americans. He was a NCAA Champion, nine-time NCAA All-American and recently was inducted into a University of Arizona Athletics Hall of Fame.
Rollins will be assimilated by members of a nine-time CCSA Champion FGCU swimming group and coaching staff. Camps will be focused on teaching, enlightening and reinforcing chosen swimming techniques. Campers of all ability levels will travel divided with a deeper bargain of their strokes as good as their starts, turns and finishes.
Each camper will also accept a giveaway t-shirt, have dishes supposing while on campus and have a once in a lifetime knowledge interacting with chosen athletes. Additional stay facilities embody a QA event and print event with an Olympic Medalist, a Rockwall climbing activity and other daily activities a campers will enjoy.
All a information we need to know – including registration links, what to move and a stay waiver form – can be found during eagleswimcamps.com. For questions per a Eagle Swim Camps, greatfully hit email@example.com or call 513-515-7371.
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HEAD COACH DAVE ROLLINS
Second-year conduct manager Dave Rollins became a program’s second conduct manager in module story on Sept. 1, 2016. In his second season, Rollins has guided FGCU to back-to-back CCSA titles, as good as a program’s fourth-straight championship and ninth in 10 seasons. In addition, he has been awarded CCSA Coach of a Year in any of his dual seasons during a helm. Most recently a associate conduct men’s swimming manager during The Ohio State University, Rollins brings 10 years of coaching knowledge during a club, high school, and collegiate levels. A standout collegiate contestant in his possess right, Rollins was a nine-time NCAA All-American and inhabitant champion as a member of a University of Arizona swimming diving group from 2002-06.
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