2013 Gymnastics Overnight
Sunday, July 7- Thursday, July 11
Ages 7 and older
Our goal is for each camp to
experience gymnastics instruction in a safe and progressive
The master staff will provide experienced technical instruction, and along with our trained
student athletes, provide a fun and encouraging atmosphere. Campers will be able to perfect
current skills, as well as progress toward learning new ones. The University of New Hamsphire
student athletes and master staff have spent a great deal of their lives developing the level of talent that
has enabled them to get this far. We want to share that experience and passion with each and
every camper. We encourage every gymnast at camp to grow as an athlete not only with a better
skill level, but with a new and deeper appreciation for what it takes to be a Gymnast!
UNH Associate Head Gymnastics Coach
Any girl at least 7 years of age by the starting date of camp. Covers instruction, the evening
programs, and noon meals. Commuters arrive at 9:00am, return home for dinner at 4:45pm
and rejoin the group for activiites from 6:30-8:30pm. Each commuter will be picked up in front
of the dorm at 9pm each night.
Eligibilty for Residental Camper: Any girl at least 10 years of age by the starting date of camp.
Note: Any girl under the age of 10 may attend with a group that provides its own chaperone.
It is recommended that girls between the age of 6-9 years attend the Day Camp or
age 7-9 years commute during the Overnight Camp.
$300 deposit is required upon registration
Special Youth Group:
A limited number of campers age 7-9 will be accepted as overnight resident campers. They
will participate in the identical activity schedule as other campers and will be chaperoned by
a "house mother". Lights out will be at 9:30pm
Check-In: 6:00-7:30pm on Sunday,
July 8 at the dormitory.
Organization of class groups according to age and ability for each event will
follow registration. The camp will end at 4pm on Thursday, July 12. Campers will meet
with parents at the dorm to pick up their personal items.
No experience is required.
Beginning to Advanced gymnasts receive top level
Due to NCAA regulations, gymnasts entering their freshman year in college are not eligible as staff,
but may attend as campers.
The University of New Hampshire, in
accordance with federal and state laws and regulations, does
discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, veteran status, or handicap in
admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities.
Camp is now
Please contact Kate McAfee at email@example.com for further information.
You can register online by clicking on the link below. You will be able to pay by credit card or echeck.
We prefer that you register online,
but if you prefer to mail in a registration form and check
please download the form below.
Insurance and Medical Information
Because of the rigorous daily schedule, each camper should arrive at camp in top physical condition.
Every effort will be made to protect
the camper's health and safety. A professional medical
will be on duty at all times. The University's health center is available; a hospital is nearby and readily accessible.
Every camper will be covered by a
limited accident insurance policy. However, all students
their own accident and/or hospital insurance policy before arrival. The University and camp staff assume no
responsibility for accidents or illness.
Program and Schedule
|9:30am -10:05am||First Class|
|10:15am- 10:50am||Second Class|
|11:10am- 11:35am||Third Class|
|11:45am- 1:45pm||Lunch and Recreation|
|1:45pm- 2:15pm||Warm-up and Announcements|
|2:15pm- 2:50pm||Fourth Class|
|8:45pm- 10:45pm||Movies, Dorm Activities|
Evening Programs will include lectures
and participation in skill develpment, games and relays, team
olympics, as well as viewing videotapes, movies, and dorm activities.
|Gymnastics Practice Gym
The UNH Gymnastics camp will be held in
the gymnastics facility, which is being
heralded as the top collegiate training spot
in New England and possibly the East Coast.
It is 8500 square feet with the most current
and updated gymnastics equipment. All
events can be trained into an L-Shaped free-
foam pit and resi-pit.
Holloway Commons is the main dining facility
on the UNH Campus. Centrally located on
campus, this facility is our largest dining hall
featuring eight unique stations where fresh,
quality menu items are prepared right in front
of you. Choose a made-to-order omelet, a slice
of brick oven pizza (the only one on campus),
or a Cuban sandwich. At the stir-fry station,
select your favorite ingredients and watch our
chefs fire it up before your eyes. And as always
we offer a full salad bar as well as vegan and
45 ft. x 45 ft. spring
floor-carpeted floor exercise area
2 Tumble Tracks and A Trampoline
6 High Beams; 2 Low Beams
2 sets of Uneven Bars; 1 single training bar
Sufficient landing mats for all apparatus
2 Vaulting stations- set up into free foam pit and resi-pit
L-shaped free-foam pit
B.S., M.S., Springfield College; Ed.D. (Sports
Psychology), Boston University; Head Coach,
University of New Hampshire- 33 years; Former:
Coach at California State University-Northridge;
Burlington High School Coach; Assistant Coach at
Springfield College; Captain, Springfield College;
member of two National Collegiate Championship
Teams, master staff Region VI Congress, New
England Clinics and Camps.
B.S., Springfield College; Associate Head Coach,
University of New Hampshire- 29 years; member
of Elite Coaches Association; Former: 10 year club
owner; Eastern Representative, USGF; District IV
AAU Director, Independent Clubs Executive Board;
All-American Floor Exercies; Captain, Springfield
College; Massachusetts High School State Tumbling
Champion; Master Staff Region VI Congress, New
England camps and clinics.
The University of New Hampshire is located in Durham, a small semi-rural town 15 minutes away from the Altanice seacoast. UNH is equidistant (80 minutes) from metropolitan Boston, MA and the White Mountains in New Hampshire.