ANGOLA, Ind. – The Trine University tennis program has announced their schedule of events for the remainder of 2019. The lineup includes everything from youth camps to the annual Alumni and Fans Doubles Tournament.
Leading off the schedule is the program's 2019 Boys High School Season Prep Camp which will take place Monday, July 22 through Friday, July 26. The camp will cost 75 dollars for each participant. For more information check out the camp flyer.
Next up is the 2019 End of Summer Tennis Camp which will be held from Monday, August 5 through Friday, August 9. The camp is open to kindergarten through 12th-grade students with any tennis ability from beginner to advanced. Times are staggered based on age group so make sure to view the official flyer for more information. The camp will cost 50 dollars for high school aged students and 40 dollars for all others.
Coming on Saturday, October 5 is the program's fourth annual Alumni and Fans Doubles Tournament. Registration costs 30 dollars per player for the first event and 15 dollars per player for a second event and includes a t-shirt. Deadline for registration is Thursday, October 3. For more information and the registration form view the event's flyer.
Moving into November the program will host their Junior Competitive Clinics open to intermediate and advanced middle and high school players. Participants will be exposed to drills and match-play focused on taking their game to the next level. The clinics take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on multiple dates in November. To see specific dates available view the flyer for the clinics.
Rounding out the year for the program is the Winter Tennis Camp which will be held beginning Monday, December 30 and running through Thursday, January 2. Once again the camp is open to all players from kindergarten through 12th grade with separate times for different age groups. Cost is once again 50 dollars for high school aged participants and 40 dollars for all others. For more information view the camp flyer.
To register for any of the camps and clinics or if you have questions email Erin Kolar.