(Vocus/PRWEB) March 03, 2011
The summer squash camp leader, International Squash Academy, has published their 2011 summer squash camp schedule. Hundreds of squash players attend these camps annually to get better, make friends, and have fun. Overnight and day squash camps are offered.
The International Squash Academy has a unique balance between instruction and match/point play at their camps, providing campers with the opportunity to learn new skills while also gaining important match experience. Trinity College Head Men's Squash Coach Paul Assaiante, winner of 13 straight national collegiate championships and an ISA Director, says “summer squash camp provides a great opportunity for each player to improve their individual skills in a learning environment that is both fun and challenging.”
Squash is a great sport to learn at a young age. We try to give our campers an amazing experience with both learning and fun that makes them want to continue to play the sport for years to come. Many coaches appreciate the role that camp plays in the development of individual junior squash players. The repetition that each person received while at camp really helps to create the proper habits on the squash court. As International Squash Academy Executive Director Keri Hostetler stated, "Our goal is to make sure each camper learns the proper technique for all strokes and leaves camp with a greater confidence in their squash game." As the International Squash Academy has grown, we have found it necessary to add more sessions at most of our locations to accommodate our families desire to attend multiple weeks.
Interested prospective campers can learn more about the International Squash Academy and view the 2011 squash camps schedule at http://www.campsquash.com.
The International Squash Academy is a division of eCamps, Inc. eCamps is a nationally recognized provider of summer sports camps. Other camps include the GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps, Revolution Field Hockey Camps, and the adidas Tennis Camps.