FAQs
Do I need to bring anything to registration?

Please download and fill out the '2016 Medical Treatment Form' and the '2016 Release Waiver' form under the 'Documents' tab. We will collect both forms during the registration process.

What to bring?

Mouthguards and shinguards
Stick
Goalkeepers must provide their own equipment
Workout gear
Cleats and turf shoes (sneakers)
Toiletries, sunscreen, bathing suit
Linens: sleeping bag or bedding, pillow, towels
Cell phone
Alarm clock, water bottle, fan

What's the difference between a commuter and an overnight camper?

Commuters come from 9am-8pm. They do not stay in the dorms overnight. They do have the option to attend camper and staff challenge games from 8-9pm after night games. Commuters are only provided with lunch and dinner.

Overnight campers spend the night on campus. Overnight campers are provided with breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Do I need money?

Yes. One of the days at camp we will go to the Bear Necessity store so the girls can buy apparel. Overnight campers can also order food from surrounding dining establishments on certain nights if they choose.

Can I watch my kids play night games?

Yes! Parents are welcome to come watch their daughters play in night games. Night games take place from 6-8pm each night on the Field Hockey Turf and Football Field Turf each night and from 9-11:30am on Thursday morning.

Can I request a roommate for the dorms?

Yes, in the registration process there is an option to request a roommate.

What does a typical day look like for camp?

7:00-8:00 Breakfast

9:00-11:30 Skill Session

11:30-1:00 Lunch

2:00-4:15 Skill Session

4:30-5:30 Dinner

6:00-8:00 Night Games, 7v7 Play

8:00-9:00 Pool, challenge games, free time