There will be no tennis camp during the summer of 2016.
Junior Camp (ages 9–18)
The Bethel College Tennis Camps are designed first and foremost to provide a fun and safe learning environment for the game of tennis. Our camp staff is made up of committed and proven teaching professionals who have a wide range of experience at both the high school and college levels. It is our hope that each camper will leave the Bethel College Tennis Camp with a renewed love for the game of tennis while also gaining the knowledge to improve and develop their game at a higher level. A brochure with complete camp pricing and information is available.
- Experienced and professional teaching staff
- Fun and innovative drills
- Supervised match play every afternoon
- Camp tournament
All campers receive:
- Camp photograph
- Official camp T-shirt
- Individualized instruction
|8:45–11:45 a.m.||On Court - Drills/Rotations|
|1:30–4:30 p.m.||On Court – Match Play/Team Tennis/Strategy Sessions|
|7–9 p.m.||Evening Activity/Optional Tennis|
|9:15 p.m.||Back In Dorms|
|10 p.m.||Lights Out|
Each evening the camp will have a special activity for all resident campers. Some of the events offered at past camps include: movie night, swimming, laser tag, videogame night, miniature golf, etc. Campers will also be able to use the evening to get back on court for extra time with instructors if they wish.
Dorms and Cafeteria
All resident campers will stay in Warkentin Court and will be supervised by camp staff. Meals will be served three times daily in the Bethel College cafeteria. Lunch will be provided for full-day campers.
All resident campers should check in between 6–7 p.m. Sunday, July 10, at the Schultz Student Center. Full- and half-day campers will check in at 8 a.m. July 11, at the tennis courts.
Camp participants will check out of rooms on Friday morning, prior to the tournament. Breakfast will be provided on Friday. Campers should be picked up at noon from the tennis courts.
Clothing and equipment to bring
Racquets, high-quality tennis shoes, sweat socks, practice shorts, T-shirts, personal hygiene items, sunscreen, swim suit and extra money for vending machines. Sheets will be provided but campers should bring extra blankets and pillows.
- Lonnie Isaac, Bethel College head coach
- John Ruder, Tabor College head coach
- Mark Dahlsten, Hesston High School
- Chris Bellar, Conway Springs High School
- Current Bethel players
- Other top college and high school coaches