2009 Wrestling Team Camps

 Tom Borrelli's Team Wrestling Camps

Learn from some of the best wrestlers and coache sin the nation during Central Michigan University's summer wrestling camps.  The Chippewas' phenomenal coaching and wrestling accomplishments under Tom Borrelli, CMU's elite-status NCAA coach, translate into exciting instruction to improve both individual and team wrestling skills.

Team Camp I
Date:  June 28-July 1, 2009
Grades:  7-12
Boarding (includes meals and housing):  $355 per person
Commuting (includes lunch only):  $250 per person
Registration:  11:00 a.m. Noon in Rose Center
Camp Ends:  3:30 p.m. in the Indoor Athletic Complex
First Session Begins:  12:30 p.m.
First Meal:  Dinner on June 28

Team Camp II
Date:  July 12-15, 2009
Grades:  7-12
Boarding (includes meals and housing):  $355 per person
Commuting (includes lunch only):  $250 per person
Registration:  11:00 a.m. Noon in Rose Center
Camp Ends:  3:30 p.m. in the Indoor Athletic Complex
First Session Begins:  12:30 p.m.
First Meal:  Dinner on June 28

Coaches can't come to team camp?  Check out some of our individual camps for your athletes by clicking here.

CAMP PERSONNEL

Tom Borrelli Head Coach

Mark DiSalvo Assistant Coach

Brandon Sinnott
*Three-time NCAA qualifier
*Two-time All-American (2007-2008)
*Three-time MAC champion

Luke Smith
*Four-time NCAA qualifier
*Two-time MAC champion
*Fourth-place finishes at the 2004 Olympic Trials in Greco and 2006 World Team Trials in freestyle

Wynn Michalak
*Four-time NCAA qualifier
*Three-time All-American (2005, 2006, 2008)
*2008 NCAA finalist at 197 pounds
*Four-time MAC champion

Bubba Gritter

*Two-time NCAA qualifier
*Two-time All-American (2007, 2008)
*Two-time MAC champion
*Fourth-place finish at the 2006 senior nationals in freestyle

Christian Sinnott

*Three-time NCAA qualifier
*All-American (2008)
*Two-time MAC champion

FACILITIES

Central Michigan’s indoor athletic facilities cover more than 500,000 square feet, including the multimillion-dollar Indoor Athletic Complex, completed in 1999.  The facility features a 100-yard turf bay with eight batting cages, a 200-meter track bay and a 7,500 square-foot strength and conditioning center.  The nearby Student Activity Center features a 6, 800 square-foot weight fitness center, aquatic center and more.

TO ENROLL

Coach must enroll his team (using form on wrestling brochure) prior to individual athletes sending in their payment and registration/waiver forms.

1. Request a brochure by clicking here

2.  Print off a Wrestling Brochure in PDF Format at the bottom of the page and mail with payment to CMU Sports Camps, IAC 115, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859 or fax with credit card to (989) 774-2540.  Checks should be made out to Central Michigan University (CMU)

GROUP DISCOUNTS/REFUND POLICY

Group A $200 deposit will reserve your teams spot in the 2009 Central Michigan University Team Camp.  Coaches who enroll their team prior to May 1, 2009 will receive a $5 per person discount.  The original rate will apply for team registrations postmarked May 2, 2009, and later.  Deposit is forfeited if your team cancels.

One coach attends free with each team.  1 additional coach may attend free for each additional 10 athletes (2 free coaches with 20 athletes).  Additional coaches may attend at a discounted rate please contact the camp office at 800-268-4386 for more information.  

MEDICAL CARE AND CAMP CONDUCT

Each camp participant must have received a physical examination within the year before attending camp and must be certified by his or her physician as physically able to participate in the sports camp.  CMU will provide a fully qualified trainer during instruction times.

Medical bills are the responsibility of the participant’s parent or guardian.  CMU carries excess medical insurance with limits up to $2,000 per accident per participant, subject to a $500 deductible.  This means the coverage is in excess of the participant’s own insurance, or in excess of a $500 deductible, whichever amount is greater.  The deductible and any other medical expenses not covered by insurance are the responsibility of the participant’s parent or guardian.

Campers must attend all sessions unless excused for medical reasons.  Campers who do not follow conduct rules for camp will be dismissed without a fee refund.  Use of drugs or alcohol is prohibited.  CMU reserves the right to cancel any of its sports camps up to one month before the starting date of the camp.

CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly and actively strives to increase diversity within its community (see www.cmich.edu/aaeo).

CMU (an AA/EO institution) provides individuals with disabilities reasonable accommodations to participate in university activities, programs and services.  Individuals with disabilities requiring an accommodation to participate in a CMU sports camp should contact Sarah Whitman, 989-774-2151, upon enrollment.


 

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