BSU Wrestling Camp Format List

Boise State Wrestling Team Camp
June 29th through July 3rd (Entering Grades 8-12)



Camp Format:
This camp is for high school aged students between the ages of 14 and 18 years and is structured to focus on the skills of competitive match wrestling such as strategies, tactics, match management, clock management, and effective techniques. Campers will be divided into competitive dual match teams. HS Teams may choose to bring only their wrestlers, or they may combine with other schools to make one team. Individual wrestlers looking to participate can sign up independently and will be assigned a team at the first practice based on the initial weigh-ins.

Daily Schedule (Residents):

7-8 am- Breakfast; 9-10 am Technique; 10-11:30 1-2 Duals; Noon-1pm Lunch; 2-4 pm 1-2 Duals; 4-5 pm Games; 5-6 pm Dinner; 6:30-7:30 pm Technique; 7:30-9 pm 1-2 Duals; 10:30 pm In Rooms; 11 pm Lights Out;

Daily Schedule (Commuters):

9-10 am Technique; 10-11:30 1-2 Duals; Noon-1pm Lunch; 2-4 pm 1-2 Duals; 4-5 pm Games; 5-6 pm Dinner; 6:30-7:30 pm Technique; 7:30-9 pm 1-2 Duals; Commuters must be picked up by 9:30 pm and are released for the day.

Cost:

1) Camp Pricing:

a. Resident Pricing: Cost of camp includes instruction, your stay in the dorm and all meals, you will also receive a camp t-shirt. If teams are bringing 1-14 wrestlers, each wrestler will be charged $300 per wrestler, if teams are bringing 15-22 wrestlers, each resident wrestler will be charged $285, if teams are bringing 23 wrestlers or over, each resident wrestler will be charged $270

b. Commuter Pricing: Cost includes all instruction and a camp t-shirt. If teams are bringing 1-14 wrestlers, each commuter wrestler will be charged $150 per wrestler, if teams are bringing 15-22 wrestlers, each commuter wrestler will be charged $135, if teams are bringing 23 wrestlers or over, each commuter wrestler will be charged $120

c. Discount: 25% off for BSU employee’s kids.

Coaches:

Coaches are welcome to come to camp free of charge and may make housing arrangements with the dorms and pay BSU Campus Housing directly, as well as pay for meals at the dorms directly.

Camp Payment:

Online payment is NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME FOR THE TEAM CAMP. Please make checks payable to Boise State University Wrestling Camp, and bring them with you the day of camp. We will collect all funds at check-in, and we will receipt all funds at that time. If paying for multiple wrestlers at once, please bring an itemized note/list complete with amount paid for each kid (to ease our bookkeeping and red tape), because we must abide by NCAA rules. Boise State Athletic Administration has mandated that this is the ONLY way we can collect funds.

Individual Sign-Up:

CLICK HERE FOR INDIVIDUAL (TEAM CAMP) SIGN-UP


If you are signing up as an individual, there will be a link at the sign up page for individual commuters and individual residents (for team competition camp). Please click on the appropriate link, and sign up. We will then place you on a team at the start of camp. $150 commuter, $300 overnight


Registration

Please register online by clicking the appropriate links (either "players link for team registration" or "click here for individual team camp sign up").  You MUST register online and use an e signature, even if you wait all the way until check-in on the first day of camp to register at the door. You will really be saving a lot of time and hassle by registering BEFORE you come to camp.  T-SHIRTS will only be given to campers who are registered online at (or before) 2 weeks prior to the first day of camp, as we must have time to order the T-Shirts.  PLEASE do NOT print out old waivers from previous years and expect us to accept them.  ALL registration materials MUST be done ONLINE ONLY.  Payment is the ONLY thing not done online for team competition camp (team or individuals).

Medical/Age Information

Campers must be entering (going into) grade levels between 8 and 12 in the fall of 2009. Campers must have medical insurance documentation to attend camp. Certified athletic trainers are in attendance and available throughout camp.
*you must have complete medical information on file before you are allowed to participate.

*campers must submit a copy of the medical insurance card BEFORE CAMP BEGINS to participate.

Accommodations:

Overnight campers will stay in the Boise State University dorms. Each dorm is designed to house 2 people. A standard bed pack is provided: pillow, pillowcase, blanket, towel, wash cloth and 2 sheets. All resident campers will have a roommate. There will be camp counselors in the dorms droning the evenings. Meals will be provided beginning with dinner on the first day of camp and ending with lunch on the last day of camp. Meals will be served at Table Rock Caf in the Student Union Building. Camp will start each morning at 9 am. Commuter campers will NOT receive any meals, but can purchase meals at Table Rock Caf (usually between $7 and $10 per meal) or from any of the restaurants and grocery stores in close proximity to BSU. Commuter campers can be picked up at 9 pm each evening. Camp will finish on Friday, July 3rd at 4pm promptly.

Staff:
The Boise State University Men’s Wrestling Staff is involved in coaching all campers. Many outstanding collegiate wrestlers are here to assist, including current and former Boise State Broncos.

Check-In:
All campers will check-in at the Chaffee Hall dormitory from 9am to Noon on Monday, June 29th. Chaffee is directly across the parking lot from the wrestling practice facility (Caven-Williams Sports Complex).