Fairfield, CT (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
Revolution Field Hockey, the national leader in field hockey education and events, has announced that its spring camp enrollment has surpassed the record it set in 2013. Summer camp registrations are up 27% as a result of an increase in camper retention rates and the introduction of eight new locations. “We are very pleased with our spring camp numbers, said Keri Hostetler, Revolution spokeswoman, “we feel they reflect the quality of instruction at last year’s camps and an excitement over this year’s new coaches.”
Responding to consumer demand, Revolution Field Hockey has introduced eight new locations, including San Diego State University (CA), Bates College (ME), Berkshire School (MA), and Avon Old Farms School (CT). The camps are open to girls ages 10-18 of all ability levels and feature college coaches and US National Team players. “Field hockey is one of the fastest growing girls sports in the country and the uptick in locations is a response to increased demand for top-notch instruction from qualified coaches,” according to Hostetler. The instructional curriculum was developed by Team USA members and NCAA coaches.
Several Revolution Field Hockey Camp locations will introduce new learning components to offer additional value to the campers. These include strength and conditioning experts, coaches’ clinics for local youth coaches, and recruiting camps for exceptional student-athletes. Some locations will feature a national renowned sport psychologist who will offer team-building workshops and fun exercises that c campers will bring back to their school teams.
Interested prospective campers can learn more about the Revolution Field Hockey Camps at http://www.FHcamps.com.
Revolution Field Hockey Camps are a division of eCamps; Inc. eCamps is a nationally recognized provider of summer sports camps for youth athletes. Other camps include the adidas Tennis Camps, GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps, US Rugby Camps, Fusion Swim Camps, Revolution Softball Camps and the International Squash Academy.