Gamebreaker Football Camp Southern Nazarene University

Gamebreaker Football Camp Southern Nazarene University
Gamebreaker Football Camp Southern Nazarene University

The Gamebreaker Non-Contact Football Skills Camp at Southern Nazarene University is designed for youth football players looking to improve their skills in a safe and controlled setting.

Directing the camp is Coach Dustin Hada who will be joined by other coaches and players.  Youth Football and High School Football players will train at the positions of their choice while being educated on the proper fundamentals and techniques to ensure concussion safety and education.

Highlights Include

  • Gamebreaker Softball Helmet for each Participant
  • Skill Development Drills by Position
  • Discussions on Proper Technique and Concussion Safety
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Dates & Prices

Meet Camp Coaches

Camp Director

Dustin Hada

Hada enters his first year as Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line CoachHada comes to Bethany after spending the previous season at fellow Great American Conference member Northwestern Oklahoma State as the Associate Head Coach. He served as the Offesnive Line Coach, Camp Coordinator and Academic Coordinator.

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Before Northwestern, Hada sepnt six seasons at Southwestern Oklahoma State. Starting in 2009, He served as the Offesnive Line Coach where he had five different All-Conference selections. In 2012, Co-Offensive Coordinator dutes were added as he had the No. 2 and 3 career rushing leaders in school history. In 2014 He was named Assistant Head Coach and became the Co-Offensive Coordinator.

Hada coached nine seasons at Olivet Nazarene (2000-08) where he helped the Tigers win the NCCAA Victory Bowl in 2004 and 2005. ONU won the Mid-States Football Association titel in 2003. He also scored three different NAIA All-Americans. He served as the Defensive Coordinator from 2003-08, Outside Linebackers and Strong Safety Coach from 2007-08 and the Defensive Line Coach from 2000-07. He also was the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator from 2002-08.

He also spent the spring of 2000 as an Offensive Line Assistant at Mid-America Nazarene.

Hada earned a bachelor's in biology from Mid-America Nazarene in 2000 and a master's in teaching from Olivet Nazarene in 2002.

He was a four-year letterman at MNU where he was selected to the National and HAAC vs. NIAC All-Star Games. He helped lead the Pioneers to three different bowl appearances as well.

Camp Details

With the growing concern of concussions in youth football, the goal of Gamebreaker Football Camps is to provide football skills camps across the country that not only protect and educate our youth but also provide the highest quality football instruction possible.

More Important Camp Details

Each camper receives position specific training from college coaches and players along with an official Gamebreaker Football Camp Headgear.

FULL DAY CAMPERS RECEIVE LUNCH EACH DAY

The Soft Protective Football Headgear and Sizing Chart

Gamebreaker’s uniquely designed padded & soft protective football headgear is molded out of the finest EVA rubber foam, offering maximum protection from impacts and collisions. The hook and loop chin strap combined with adjustable laces in the back, enables the protective headgear to custom fit each person’s head.

CHECK-IN

8:45 a.m. on the field  

CHECK-OUT

Half Day Campers Depart each day at 12 p.m.

Full Day Campers Depart each day at 4 p.m.

PLEASE BRING:

Water Bottle
Cleats
Sneakers

REGISTRATION PACKET

A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact numbers, and a checklist of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. The Health and Release Forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp and every camper must have one to participate in camp.

Facilities

SNU Football Stadium

The SNU Football Stadium is located on NW 50th Street in Bethany, just west of Council Road on the corner of 50th and N. Stinchcomb Ave. The football practice fields and indoor facility are also located on the stadium grounds.

Southern Nazarene University’s Football Stadium was constructed and opened for use in the fall of 2001. The first game played in the new stadium was on November 3rd, 2001 in front of 2,500 fans. Artificial turf was laid before the beginning of the 2015 football season.

The Crimson Storm blanked Westminster College 36-0 in that game. The first ever touchdown in the new stadium came at the 8:55 mark of the first half when quarterback Andrew Linn connected with tight end Ransom Axtell from 5-yards out to put SNU up 7-0. The first rushing touchdown would come six minutes later when Jason Kilmer scored from 10-yards out to put the Crimson Storm up 14-0.

The SNU Football Stadium is located approximately two miles west of the main SNU campus on Northwest 50th Street, just west of Council Road in Bethany. The stadium, facility and practice fields sit on 16 acres of land.The first official complete season of play for the Crimson Storm at the stadium was in 2002. SNU football has become a wide attraction around the metropolitan area as the Crimson Storm has averaged around 1,800 fans per game throughout the inception of the football program.

Prior to the SNU football stadium being built, the Crimson Storm played their first season and a half of football at the historic Taft Stadium in downtown Oklahoma City. SNU would go 4-3 at Taft, gaining their first victory ever in football on the hollowed grounds of Taft on September 30th as they defeated Haskell Indian Nations, 24-3.

The 15,000 seat Taft Stadium was home to six local high schools in Oklahoma City in its prime and has hosted numerous high school and college games. Taft also used to be the home of midget and stock car races.

The SNU football stadium is a bowl built in the ground with the bleachers overlooking the brand new turf playing surface that was fully installed in the spring of 2015. The stadium features 2,500 seats with home and visiting designated seating. The SNU student section is located on the north side of the home bleachers. There is also a platformed section for a pep band.

Students and fans have also found a home on both endzones where the land slopes to form a hill overlooking both endzones. Fans can be seen laying out blankets and viewingthe action from the grassy slopes of the endzones. New trees have been planted in both endzones to provide the “between the hedges” look.

A new feature added for the 2003 season was a brand new press box located on the top of the west bleachers. The original press box stood on the west bleachers and had three rooms for press and game day operations workers. The new press box was built upon those existing rooms and features a total of eight rooms. On the bottom level is room for visiting media, scorekeepers, public address announcer, sound technician, and home stats. The upper level houses the Crimson Storm Broadcast Network, video room, and the home and visiting coaches. There are three phone lines available inside the press box for broadcasters and visiting media, along with wireless internet access.

Inside the football complex, there are two concession stands on both sides of the field as well as two ticket booths at both entry points into the stadium. The home concession stand houses all the concession needs for game day as well as providing storage and restrooms. The visiting concession stand provides further storage for equipment needs. Total square footage of the concession stands and restroom facilities is 2,000 square feet.

The football team is housed inside the state-of-the-art football fieldhouse. Inside the 15,600 square-foot facility, located just to the west of the stadium are offices for the entire football staff, a large conference room, a weight room, home and visiting locker rooms and a main office. A state-of-the-art training facility is also located inside the facility. The training facility provides athletic training needs for the football program.

Also inside the complex are two practice fields located on the south side of the main football field.

Camp Dates & Prices

Programs: General Skills
Age Group: 8 - 16
Gender: Boys
Day (9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) $265.00
Availability: Wait List

Half (9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.) $165.00
Availability: Wait List

* Please note, times may vary on the first and last day of camps. See "Camp Details" above for more specific information.
For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-800-NIKE-CAMP we would be happy to help you.