US Sports Camps and Cal Women's Water Polo to Offer 2018 Summer Camp

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UC Berkeley Water Polo Camp to be held at the New Legends Aquatic Center this summer.

Cal Water Polo Emily Loughlin
My staff and I are very excited to host our first bay area water polo camp at UC Berkeley this summer.

US Sports Camps and the Cal Women’s Water Polo Head Coach, Coralie Simmons, are excited to team up this summer to offer a two-day training program (May 19-20) and a three-day training program (June 15-17), to high school level players ages 13-18.

The UC Berkeley Water Polo Camp will cover all facets of the game and progress from core fundamentals to advanced techniques over the two days. Similar to a collegiate-level practice, the clinic will also include dryland strength and conditioning, video review and discussions on goal setting and nutrition.

Coach Simmons states, “My staff and I are very excited to host our first bay area water polo camp at UC Berkeley this summer. Beyond in-water instruction, our goal is to engage and inspire each player and instill positive character traits such as confidence, self-motivation and a deeper passion for the sport.”

Instruction takes place both at the new Legends Aquatic Center located at 2214 Bancroft Way in Berkeley. Lunch is provided and advanced registration is required. Enrollment is limited so water polo enthusiasts from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond are encouraged to register early as this clinic will sell out quickly.

Parents, Coaches, and campers interested in Cal Water Polo Camps can visit // or call 1-800-645-3226 for more details and to register.

About US Sports Camps

US Sports Camps (USSC), headquartered in San Rafael, California, is America's largest sports camp network. The company has offered camps since 1975 with the same mission that defines it today: to shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement.

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