Our camp system is designed to promote an atmosphere that will expose athletes of every level to wrestling techniques that have proven successful for beginner to advanced wrestlers. Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all that meet the listed age requirements for each camp.
Elite 48 Showcase Camp – $375 (dorms)/$320 (commuter) – June 16-17 & August 4-5
Grades 7 -12
The Elite 48 Wrestling Showcase is a 2 day camp designed for serious wrestlers interested in gaining collegiate exposure and learning technique from current Brown Wrestling staff and student-athletes. Additionally, coaching staff from other area colleges and universities will be attending, giving prospective high school wrestlers the opportunity to be noticed by coaches from across all division levels.
Bear Cub Wrestling & Sports Day Camp – $275 (Full Day)/$175 (Half Day) – June 18-22, 2018
This summer major in wrestling and minor in all sports. This camp is for the multi-sport athlete who wants to focus on wrestling technique and also stay well rounded by growing skills in a variety of other sports. Camp is best suited for wrestlers ages 5-12 with little or no wrestling experience (0-3 years).
Technique Camp – $485 (dorms)/$385 (commuter) – June 25-28, 2018
This camp is designed to promote an atmosphere that will expose athletes of every level to wrestling techniques that have proven successful for beginner to advanced wrestlers.
Intensive Camp – $1,095 (dorms)/$855 (commuter) – July 9-14, 2018
The intensive prospect camp is designed for the wrestler who wants to maximize their potential through technical development, hard drilling, live wrestling, off-season strength and conditioning, and the Brown University experience. Please come to camp in shape!
Team Camp – $485 (dorms)/$385 (commuter) – July 11-14, 2018
This camp is designed for individuals or teams to learn technique, and apply this knowledge in a competition format setting of duals, takedown, and a top/bottom tournament.
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