Nike Swim Camp at the University of Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma
A school well known for it's strong tradition of excellence in athletics the University of Oklahoma boasts some of the finest facilities that you will find anywhere in the country. Campers train each day in the school’s 25‑yard x 8‑lane facility and stay in student housing located within walking distance to the pool.
Located in Norman, the Nike Swim Camp at the University of Oklahoma is designed to help competitive swimmers improve their stroke technique so they can compete at the next level. Upon arrival at camp, campers are placed in groups with other swimmers having similar abilities and goals. Our camp staff will do their best to accommodate your needs, keeping in consideration your experience and desire to improve.
- Stroke technique refinement for competitive swimming
- Low camper to staff ratio and 24 hour supervision
- Small group and individual stroke analysis/instruction
- Fun evening social activities
- Every camper receives a Nike Camp T-shirt and Nike Swim Cap
- Every camper is eligible to receive merit-based prizes during camp
The Nike Swim Camp at the University of Oklahoma is open to any and all entrants. For your safety and benefit, we recommend you have competitive swimming experience (e.g. U.S.S. age group, national qualifiers, high school swimmers, or summer league swimmers) and can swim at least 50 meters in all four competitive strokes: fly, back, breast and freestyle.Meet your coaching staff
Brittany Sayler begins her first year as the assistant coach for North Texas swimming & diving in 2013.
As an assistant for three years at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Sayler helped rewrite the record books, including several school, league and freshman records. She coached Emily McClellan, Milwaukee's lone NCAA Championships qualifier, who registered Milwaukee's first `A' cut time in 2012 and finished 18th in the 200 breaststroke. In 2013, Sayler oversaw her continued growth in the championship event as she came in 12th and received her second All-American honor.Read Full Bio
"Brittany has experience coaching at the Olympic trial and NCAA Championship levels and those are the kind of levels that we plan to elevate our team to at North Texas," Bray said. "She is highly recommended from some of the best coaches in college swimming. Her enthusiasm, passion and dedication to bringing high level performance to North Texas will be an incredible asset, and I can't wait to get started working with her."
Before her time with the Panthers, Sayler started a satellite program over her final two seasons with the USA Swimming club. As the head coach, she worked with athletes ranging in age from six-to-21, from beginning swimmers to national-qualifying athletes.
In 2007, Sayler served as assistant coach for both the boys and girls swimming and diving programs at Frankfort High School in Frankfort, Ind. She helped the boys to a first-place showing in conference that initial season and was hired on as the head coach following her graduation from Ball State University. During her time, multiple records were broken and, in February of 2010, she was named Coach of the Year for the West Lafayette Boys Sectional.
Sayler was a four-year swimmer at Ball State, where she qualified for the 2006 U.S. Open in the 100 and 200 backstroke. As team co-captain her senior year, she twice earned Mid-American Conference Academic All-Team honors and was nominated MAC Senior of the Year. In addition to claiming all-league second-team honors on two occasions, she broke school records in both backstroke events and was named the team's Most Outstanding Freshman her first season. Once her four years of eligibility had passed, she worked a season as the student assistant at Ball State.
Campers stay 2-per room in Couch Tower and are assigned by age and roommate requests. Boys and girls are housed on seperate floors with gender specific counselors on them.
Linens: Not provided
Air Conditioning: Yes
Suggested spending money: $40
Medical facility: a certified trainer will be on staff at all times
Campers are supervised 24 hours a day. The staff live in the dormitories with the campers and participate in evening activities. Drugs, alcohol and tobacco are strictly prohibited, and constitute, along with general misconduct, grounds for dismissal from camp without a refund.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:30 am Breakfast (overnighters)
- 8:50 am Extended Day Campers arrive, stretch
- 9:00 am Opening Comments and Discussion
- 9:15 am Pool Session 1
- Noon Lunch
- 1:00 pm Dry Land Exercises
- 1:30 pm Pool Session 2
- 5:00 pm Dinner
- 6:30 pm Pool Session 3 - Starts, Turns, Relay Races
- 9:00 pm Extended Day Campers depart
- 9:30 pm Supervised free time in dorm
- 10:00 pm Lights out!