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College Tennis Exposure Camp at South Florida

May 29, 2014 05:00 PM
embree-ncaa finalThe University of South Florida will host the 26th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp on June 15-19, 2014 in Tampa.

Former Harvard University tennis coach Ed Krass directs the world's only tennis camp taught exclusively by head college coaches. The coaching staff this year will include head men's and women's coaches from Auburn University, Embry-Riddle University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida Southern College, Kennesaw State University, Rollins, University of South Florida, University of Tampa and University of West Florida. 

"The camp is dedicated to preparing high school student-athletes for college tennis," Krass says. "The coaching staff is committed to helping students improve their match play strategy, shot selection and shot placement, and make the transition from junior tennis to college tennis a reality."

The camp is open to high school and junior tournament players age 15-18 who are interested in playing college tennis.

Instructional drills and match play competition will be conducted in the same style and intensity as a college team practice. Players will have the opportunity to sample various coaching styles and receive on-court coaching during their match play competitions. 

"This camp is an excellent opportunity for players to showcase their skills, learn the college game, and receive specific feedback from college coaches representing every level of college tennis," Krass says.

For more information about the College Tennis Exposure Camp call (813) 684-9031 or visit www.collegetennis.com.





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