Technique Camp Session I.
What a great experience for wrestlers at any level! The Navy Wrestling Technique Camp offers world class technique and world class fun. Navy's Head coach Bruce Burnett has developed a technique plan based on fundamental skills that can be learned by a novice wrestler and improve the performance of elite athletes. Burnett was the U.S. National Team Coach and served as a U.S. Olympic Coach in the last three Olympic Games. The technique Burnett shared with the Olympic Athletes is the same technique he will share here at the Navy Wrestling Camp. Groups will be divided by age and skill level to help ensure that each camper receives the best instruction for their level of experience. Each camper will have access to the well supervised facilities at the Naval Academy. Click on the session below that you are interested in to see in depth details of each camp that is offered this summer.
Technique Camp I. Daily Schedule
11:30 - 1pm. Registration will be held at the 53 Pavilion of the Navy Marine Corps Stadium. (Directions below)
11:30- 2pm. Check in to Bancroft Hall and store gear
2:00 pm Rules Meeting
2:30 pm Campus Tour
3:00 pm. Session I begins
4:55pm Dinner King Hall
6:30pm Technique session (groups report to assigned mat area)
8:45pm Recreation time (Pool, Movies)
10:30pm In rooms
11:00pm Lights Out
7:30am - 8:00am Breakfast (King Hall)
8:30am - 10:45am Technique session
10:45am - 11:25am Recreation time (Tennis, B-Ball, Weight Room)
11:30am - 12:30am Lunch (King Hall)
1:15pm - 3:30pm Technique session
3:30pm - 4:45pm Recreation time (Tennis, B-Ball, Weight Room)
4:55pm - 5:55pm Dinner King Hall
6:30pm - 8:30pm Technique session (groups report to assigned mat area)
8:45pm - 9:45pm Recreation time (Pool, Movies)
10:30pm In rooms
11:00pm Lights Out
7:30am - 8:00am Breakfast
8:30am - 9:00am Check out of dorm room.
9:15am - 9:30am Warm up for round robin
9:45am - 11:00am Round Robin in Halsey (Parents and coaches welcome) Camp concludes.
Parents can either meet their wrestler at Halsey or at the Football Stadium.
How to register for camp
1. Completely fill out the camp
* A confirmation packed will be mailed out when your complete payment and
application are processed. Once we have received your application we will notify
you via email of your acceptance. Allow 21 days from the date you submit your
application to receive your confirmation letter in the mail. All other announcements
will be sent via e-mail.
* Roommate request will not be processed with any applications. Those athletes
who check in together will be allowed to room together.
2. Mail in your application along
with complete payment for your session of camp. If
you are registering for more then one camp a complete
application and check should be submitted for each camp.
* Applications received after June 1st will be billed a $25.00 late application fee.
** Registration submitted after June 1st should be in form of Cashiers Check or Money Order.
3. Upon receipt of confirmation
you should go over the camp schedule for your session
and be sure you understand all the camp rules. Remember to check out this web site
for a detailed list of what to bring to camp.
4. Acceptance based on first come,
first serve basis.
* Space is limited.
5. All cancellations must be submitted
in writing to the Camp Director. Any person withdrawing
from camp after June 1st will be charged a nonrefundable deposit $100.00 for your room and
Registration procedures on the first day of camp.
Due to heightened security requirements at the United States Naval Academy all camp registration procedures will be held at Navy Marine Corps Football Stadium. Registration will be held in the 53 Pavilion on the west side of the stadium under the jumbo instant replay screen. Registration will be staffed from 11:30-1:00 p.m., those with special needs such as early or late registration please see listed below. When you arrive at registration you will go through the following process:
(Navy Marine Corps Stadium)
Window # 1. Check in with the NAAA
Business Office to confirm your arrival at camp.
- Register for a temporary parking pass to drive on the Academy. If
you will not be picking your athlete up please register for an additional
pass for the person who will pick your athlete up on the last day of camp
* If you have DOD Stickers you do not need a parking pass
* Parking is only permitted in designated areas. The NAAA or
camp staff will not be responsible for parking tickets issued
for failure to comply with parking restriction for place or time.
Window #2 Rooming Assignments
You will receive your rooming assignment and a campus map identifying
where we will be staying for the week you are at camp.
* Rooming requests are done at the stadium on a first come first serve basis.
* Roommates must check in together to have the opportunity to room together.
* Rooms vary from 2, 3 and 4 man rooms. The majority of rooms are 3 person rooms.
Window #3 Medical - Everyone must
disclose any medical concerns or issues to our medical staff.
* Although a Medical Physical is not required your complete medical assesment form must be filled
out when you submit your application. If you have medication they should be check with our
camp medical staff.
What should campers bring?
Bed linens for a twin size mattress.
( ) Pillow and pillow case.
( ) Blanket for sleeping in Air-conditioned room
( ) Toiletries: Towel, Toothbrush, Toothpaste and Soap.
( ) Workout gear: all camps have multiple sessions each day.
You will need shorts, T-shirts, socks, under wear and shoes.
*Wrestling Singlets and Head gear are not required.
(Head gear is always encouraged)
**A laundry service is available from the camp store.
( ) Shirt, Shoes and shorts are required for eating in the dining hall.
* No tank tops and no hats in the dining hall.
* Bancroft Hall is now air-conditioned but not all rooms have equal cooling systems.
( ) Pad Lock: Room keys are not issued but each room has a lockable storage closet.
We discourage valuables being brought to camp and do not assume any responsibility
for those that are lost or stolen while at camp. If you chose to bring valuables to camp
we encourage you to bring a pad lock so that when you are not in your room you may
keep your things locked up.
Can I check in early or arrive late?
For those who will be unable to arrive the day of check in due to flight schedules or other transportation issues there is a limited opportunity to arrange room and board for an additional evening prior to camp. Please print out and submit the housing request form (Housing Request Form) and submit with your official application. Each camp session has various amounts of space available for night before check in. All request submitted will be approved unless notified of insufficient space. Early check in will be held in the wrestling office located in Lejeune Hall from 4:30 - 6:30pm. Dinner will be at 5pm. in King Hall for those individuals register for the early check in option. Those who arrive after 5pm. will be on their own for dinner. The cost for night before check in will be $45.00. This will include a room in Bancroft Hall the night before camp starts dinner, breakfast, lunch the following day. Housing is not available for late check-out.
Those who will not arrive during the 11:30-1pm registration time on the first day of each camp will be required to meet Brian Antonelli in the wrestling office of Lejeune Hall. Those who do not have DOD tags on their car will be required to park adjacent to Gate 1 and walk in to Lejeune Hall to pick up your parking pass and rooming assignment (100 yards). The wrestling camp office is located on the first floor of Lejeune Hall and will be staffed until 9pm each evening.
Transportation from the Airport
The Naval Academy Wrestling Camp does offer a shuttle service for those athletes who are flying in from across the country. The shuttle service is $45.00 ($22.50 one-way) round trip transportation to the Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) only. The service requires that you complete the transportation request form (transportation request form) and submit it no later then 21 days prior to the start of camp. The shuttle service is only available on the first day of camp only and will pick athletes up at 11:30am inside the airport next to baggage claim #1 (large lobby area adjacent to carousel #1). All shuttle request should accompany your registration form with the additional fee and must be received no later then 21 days prior to the start of camp. All information must be completely filled out to avoid any confusion with flight delays or other transportation issues.
If ticketing does not allow you to arrive prior to 11:00 am on the day of check in, you can contact super shuttle to arrange personal transportation at (800) 894-0545. If using the super shuttle or private car service you should arrange to be dropped off at gate #1 of the United States Naval Academy.