Nike Track & Field Camp West Chester University West Chester, Pennsylvania
The Nike Track & Field Camp at West Chester University offers an in-depth technical education into specific track & field events. Campers utilize one-on-one training, video analysis and competition to best educate athletes in their given events.
At camp athletes are offered ample opportunities for repetitions in their given events while having the technical help of collegiate coaches. Campers of all levels are encouraged to come and learn about the events while improving their personal bests!
- Nike Running Camp T-shirt
- Camp Completion Certificate
- Event specific training
- 10:1 Camper to Staff Ration
- Top-Notch College Coaching
Located just outside of Philadelphia, West Chester University provides a convenient, top-notch location for camp this summer. Overnight campers reside in the campus dormitories where staff and resident advisors supervise campers overnight. Campers will train on the track at the John A. Farrell Stadium.Meet your coaching staff
Andrew Huber begins his ninth year as director of both the cross country and track & field programs at West Chester University. Currently in charge of coaching all distance runners, Huber has coached all events at the collegiate level, producing NCAA All-Americans in the throws, the jumps, and the hurdles.
A native of Chester County, Huber has produced 20 all-academic cross country and track & field athletes, ten all-academic cross country and track & field teams, 66 PSAC all-conference selections, 21 PSAC conference champions, 26 NCAA Division II qualifiers, and 10 NCAA Division II All-Americans. In addition, the 2006-07 men’s outdoor track & field team produced the highest PSAC championship finish (5th) since 1983.Read Full Bio
Prior to his arrival at West Chester University, Huber was an English teacher and the head cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field coach at Octorara Area High School where he coached many state qualifiers in all seasons, as well as several national qualifiers, one state champion, and one high school All-American.
Huber’s athletes won 22 PIAA District I medals in cross country in four years, as well as the PIAA District I cross country championship in 2000. Huber was named the Southern Chester County League coach of the year that same season.
Huber holds Level I and Level II certifications in endurance events, jumps and throws from USA Track & Field, Levels I, II, and III certification from Paavo Distance Coaching clinics, and is a member of the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
A 1995 graduate of Messiah College with a B.A. in English, Huber was a six-time MAC All-American for the Falcons during his career, as well as a high school state medalist and a Junior Olympics national qualifier. Huber also holds a M.S. in Sport Administration from California University of Pennsylvania and recently completed his seventh marathon. He is a native of Lincoln University, Pa., in Southern Chester County and a 1991 graduate of Oxford Area High School.
Pat Mosley joined the West Chester University staff in 2004-05 as the team’s throwing coach. She owns a USA Track & Field Level 2 Certification in the throws and has been coaching the sport for a dozen years.
Before coming to West Chester University, Mosley was the head girls track & field/cross country coach at Garnet Valley High School in Glen Mills, Pa. During her high school coaching career, multiple athletes have medaled at the PIAA District I Track & Field Championships and competed at the PIAA State meet.
In her first year at West Chester University, Mosley coached standout thrower Nicole James to All-America honors at both the NCAA Division II Indoor and Outdoor National Championships in the shot put and discus. Last year, she coached five Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championship qualifiers in the women’s indoor shot put, women’s outdoor shot put and women’s discus.
2013 Camp Information (2014 Info Coming Soon)
Campers can choose from all disciplines: throw (shot put,hammer, discus, javelin) sprints, hurdles, middle distance, and jumps (high jump, long jump, triple jump, pole vault).
Each camper should wear comfortable work-out clothing for each camp session. Additionally, campers should bring their own event shoes or spikes. Please be sure to properly mark your equipment, so that it can be easily identified.
Note: For liabiltiy reasons, pole vaulters must bring their own poles.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:00am Wake up & breakfast
- 8:00am Interactive lecture
- 9:00am Technical session
- 10:00am Morning workouts
- 12:00pm Lunch
- 1:00pm Free time
- 2:00pm Interactive lecture
- 3:00pm Technical session
- 4:00pm Afternoon workout
- 6:00pm Dinner
- 7:00pm Group organized activities, free time & guest speakers
- 10:00pm Lights out!
Check-in: Sunday, July 7th between 12:00-2:00 p.m. at University Hall.
Check-out: Wednesday, July 10th between 12:00-2:00 p.m. from University Hall.
24-hour supervision is an important feature of every NIKE Running Camp. Staff members reside in campers’ quarters and participate in all activities.
Players Grouped by: age, ability and event
Evaluation: by coaching staff
Facility: West Chester University Track Stadium
Dorm: University Hall
Campers Per Room: 2
Roommates: guaranteed if requested 14 days prior to camp and within limits of the room.
Bathrooms: on every floor
Linens: not provided
Air Conditioning: no, fan recommended
Key Deposit: $35 – check made out to US Sports
Spending Money: $45
Medical Facility: athletic trainer is on-site
Closest Airport: Philadelphia International Airport (30-45 min).
Transportation: not provided