Lawrenceville School Nike Tennis Camp

Lawrenceville School Nike Tennis Camp
Lawrenceville School Nike Tennis Camp

The Lawrenceville School Nike Tennis Camp is one of our longest standing Nike Tennis Camps known for its amazing environment, great instruction, and all around fun summer camp experience for kids! New this summer, Princeton University Head Men's Coach, Billy Pate, will be directing the first two weeks of camp!

Nike Tennis Camp Lawrenceville, NJ

The renowned Lawrenceville School Nike Tennis Camp is in its 40th year. Campers will have the opportunity to hit thousands of balls, improve their technique, and be challenged by some of the best players in their peer group. Our youth summer tennis camps combine technical instruction and drilling from a top notch coaching staff, supervised match play, and a variety of evening social activities. Come work hard and make new friends!

Highlights Include

  • 5-6 hours of daily tennis instruction with low camper to staff ratio and 24 hour supervision
  • Daily tennis training from top teaching pros and players including Billy Pate (first 2 sessions)
  • We offer a "10 and Under Tennis" program, featuring lighter, lower-bouncing balls
  • Every camper receives a Nike Tennis Camp T-shirt
  • Fun off-court evening activities for overnight campers
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Dates & Prices

Meet Camp Coaches

Billy Pate
Camp Director

Billy Pate

Now in his 21st season of college coaching, Billy Pate is in his fourth season as the head coach of the Princeton men's tennis team in 2015-16.

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He is regarded as one of the most respected and influential leaders in college tennis, underscored by his long history of instilling character-based values to his players.

Through his first three seasons, Pate guided the Tigers to 48 dual-match victories and matched Princeton against 43 ITA-ranked opponents. Princeton itself has been included on nearly every weekly ITA ranking among the national top 75, with a high of 23 in February and March 2015 that was the program's highest ranking on record since 1980. 

The 2015 season saw Princeton return to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1998, gaining an at-large berth, and the team's 19 victories were the third-most in a season in program history.

Princeton players have earned seven All-Ivy League selections in Pate's three seasons. In Pate's first year, Matija Pecotic '13 reached a ranking of No. 2 on the ITA national singles list while becoming the first three-time Ivy League Player of the Year in league history, as well as Princeton's first All-America honoree since 1984. That year, Pecotic advanced to the second round of the NCAA singles tournament, becoming the first Tiger to win an NCAA singles tournament match since 1996.

Prior to Princeton, Pate spent 10 seasons as the head coach at the University of Alabama, where he guided the Crimson Tide to seven NCAA tournament appearances.

Pate arrived at Alabama for the 2002-03 season and led the team to the NCAA round of 16 that spring. The Crimson Tide reached the NCAA tournament six more times and the round of 16 two more times under Pate's tenure.

Pate's Alabama teams were routinely part of the ITA national rankings, achieving a regular-season ranking of No. 9 in 2007. That season, Pate was named the ITA's South Region Coach of the Year and the SEC Co-Coach of the Year.

In addition to recruiting domestically, Pate put together a long list of international recruits from 15 countries across four continents during his time at Alabama.

Prior to Alabama, Pate was an assistant coach at Notre Dame for two seasons, helping the Irish to NCAA tournament appearances in both seasons, yielding three NCAA tournament wins while earning the ITA's National Assistant Coach of the Year Award in 2002. The Irish achieved a national ranking of No. 4 during the regular season.

Pate spent five seasons, from 1996-2000, as the head coach at Georgia Perimeter College, winning NJCAA national championships in his final three seasons while being named the National Junior College Coach of the Year all three times as well as the USPTA National College Coach of the Year.

In addition to earning numerous coaching and playing awards, Pate has been intricately involved with the administrative side of tennis while serving on a variety of committees and boards. Currently, Pate serves as Co-Chair of the ITA Operating Committee, the ITA Executive/Budget Committee and the ITA Board of Directors.

Two of Pate’s former players, Pecotic (Princeton ’13) and Saketh Myneni (Alabama ’10) have gone on to great success on the ATP tour. Both players reached their career high singles ranking in 2015  with Myneni climbing to 161 and Pecotic reaching 206.

A native of Hot Springs, Ark., Pate played collegiately at Mississippi State University where the Bulldogs advanced to the SEC final in 1991 and a round of 16 appearance in the NCAA Championships.

After graduating from Mississippi State University in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in communications, Pate worked with the Atlanta Thunder of World Team Tennis, earning his master's degree in sports administration in 1995 from Georgia State University. At Georgia State, Pate served as president of the Sports Administration Club and as Graduate Assistant to the Director of Athletics.

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Jim Poling
Camp Director

Jim Poling

Jim Poling begins his 13th season at the helm of the Army men's tennis program. Poling, four times named the Patriot League Coach of the Year, boasts a 181-119 record at the Academy, and a 408-286 mark through 28 years of coaching. He became the program's all-time winningest coach on April 12.

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In 12 years at the Academy, Poling has mentored five Patriot League Players of the Year (Arnie Albornoz - 2003, John Sabia - 2004, Carl Fisher - 2006), including two-time winner Asika Isoh (2012-13), and three Rookie of the Year honorees (Donald Van Velzer - 2009, Gary Kushnirovic - 2010, Sam Lampman - 2014). He has taken the Black Knights to the conference championship match in 11 of 12 seasons. Army has now appeared in the Patriot League championship match 19 times in the last 20 seasons.

The 2014 Black Knight squad reached the 20-win milestone for the first time since 2005 going 20-6 overall. Army earned the regular season Patriot League crown with a perfect 7-0 conference record and topped Navy, 4-3, in the star match. The Black Knights cruised through the conference tournament to find the Midshipmen waiting in the title game. Army beat Navy yet again, 4-1, giving Poling his fourth Patriot League Tournament title, as the team earned its sixth NCAA Tournament appearance. Despite falling to Virginia in the NCAAs, Poling collected his fourth Patriot League Coach of the Year award.

Army went 16-7 in 2013 for its second consecutive 16-win season - its highest back-to-back season win totals since 2004 (19) and 2005 (21). Included in those 16 victories was a 4-3 Star Match win over Navy in the first ever Army-Navy tennis doubleheader, as the Black Knight women also claimed a Gold Star. Army went 6-0 against Patriot League opponents to win the regular-season title and No. 1 seed in the conference tournament. Despite owning the top seed, Army's season was cut short by being upset by Navy, 4-3, once again in dramatic fashion.
In 2012, Army's bid for a second consecutive conference championship came up short, falling to top-seeded Navy in the title match. The Black Knights ended the year with a 16-13 mark, which included an 11-3 record on their home courts and a notable win against service academy rival Air Force.

Despite having a young team with only one senior on the roster, the Black Knights ended their four-year drought of a Patriot League title in 2011 by defeating Lehigh, 4-2, to win the crown and the conference's automatic NCAA Championship berth. Army prevailed in all eight contests against Patriot League opponents - six in the regular season and two in tournament play. Army's 4-3 win over Navy in the annual Star Match marked the first time since 2004-2005 the Black Knights won back-to-back Star Matches, topping the Mids in 2010 as well. Poling garnered Patriot League Coach of the Year accolades in 2011.

In the four seasons leading up to 2011's championship Army fell in the finals match to service academy rival Navy. In 2006, the Black Knights won the championship defeating American 4-2 in the finals. During the 2005 season, the Black, Gold and Gray registered an Academy-best 21-5 mark. In 2004, Army tallied a 19-8 dual match record, including a 5-1 mark in conference play. The Black Knights were 15-5 in 2003, Poling's first season at the helm.

Poling arrived at the Academy with 16 years of head coaching experience at the collegiate level, serving highly successful terms at Rollins (1993-2002), the University of Tulsa (1985-88), the University of South Alabama (1980-83) and Mississippi State University (1979-80).

The Winter Park, Fla., native continued a legacy of tennis excellence at Rollins, guiding the Tars to the NCAA Tournament during each of his nine years at the helm. After directing Rollins to a 25-3 record and a Division II national championship in 2001, Poling was named Wilson/Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division II National Coach of the Year in the spring of 2002. Poling led the defending national champion Tars to a 21-4 mark and a top four national ranking throughout the entire regular season. He also garnered Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year honors for the second straight season (and third time in nine years), and was named ITA South Region Coach of the Year for the second time in six years.

Poling led the Tars to a trio of top-three finishes in the NCAA Tournament during his first three years at Rollins. His Tars club posted a 21-7 dual-match record in 1996 and reached the finals of the NCAA's. For his efforts, he was named the ITA South Region Coach of the Year for the first time. Poling guided the Tars to a pair of third-place NCAA finishes the previous two seasons.

The veteran mentor continued to build on his list of impressive accomplishments at Rollins. In addition to leading the Tars to the Division II national title in 2001, Poling presided over the National Rolex Doubles Champions, four All-Americans, the No. 3 doubles team in the nation, the top-ranked player in the nation, the conference player of the year and a pair of Sunshine State Conference team championships during that time. In all, three of his teams captured Sunshine State Conference crowns during his tenure at Rollins as he authored an impressive 147-79 (.650) dual-match record.

A 1970 graduate of Clemson University, Poling lettered three times on the Tigers' tennis squad. He was selected the team's most valuable player as a junior and helped Clemson to an Atlantic Coast Conference championship the following year. He went on to earn a master's degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama in 1982. Following his graduation from Clemson, Poling served two years in the U.S. Army and was awarded the Bronze Star for service in Vietnam.

He began his collegiate coaching career with a one-year stint as men's head coach at Mississippi State, before moving to guide both the men's and women's tennis programs at South Alabama in 1980. Poling led the Jaguar men to three consecutive Sun Belt Conference titles and was twice named the league's coach of the year. During his third season at South Alabama, the Jaguars captured the National Independent Tournament and Poling was named the NIT Coach of the Year. He spent three years running both men's and women's tennis programs at Tulsa, earning Missouri Valley Coach of the Year honors in 1987, before moving on to Rollins in September of 1993.

Poling is married to Marianne Ingard Poling, a member of a national champion tennis team during her undergraduate days at Stanford University. He has three children - Matthew, Lilian and Karl. 

Randy Rowley
Camp Director

Randy Rowley

Randy Rowley enters his sixth season at West Point. After three seasons as an assistant coach, Rowley was promoted to associate head coach prior to the 2013-14 season.

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Prior to coming to the academy, Rowley coached and traveled with nationally ranked junior players in the United States and Europe. Before returning to coaching and traveling with juniors, Rowley spent seven years coaching at the University of Southern Mississippi, turning a 3-21 program into a team that became the winningest in school history. Rowley's team achieved USM's first national team ranking, recorded the most wins in a single season and finished third in the Conference USA Tennis Championships.

While coaching the Golden Eagles, Rowley split his time traveling and coaching on the WTA tour and ITF women's tour, spending two months helping conduct a preseason training camp and coaching at the 2007 Australian Open Grand Slam, the 2007 Mondial Australian Women's Hardcourts, the 2007 Pacific Life Open, and the 2007 United States Open Grand Slam.

Rowley went to Southern Miss after spending three seasons as the assistant men's tennis coach at Texas Tech University. During that time, he twice served as the NCAA's representative for the Tennis Championships. The Red Raiders were ranked nationally all three seasons during Rowley's tenure.

Prior to his three-year stint at Texas Tech, Rowley was the head men's tennis coach at University of Louisiana-Monroe from 1995-2000. He changed titles in 1999, serving as director of tennis, coaching both men's and women's programs during the 1999 and 2000 seasons. He compiled a 52-36 overall record at ULM, including a 14-2 Southland Conference record. He led the Indians to two Southland Conference titles, three years in the national rankings, and a berth in the NCAA Tournament, marking the first time in 25 years ULM reached the national tournament. Rowley also served as an NCAA representative at the NCAA national tournament.

He spent two years as head women's coach and assistant men's coach at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette from 1994-95. The women's program reached a national ranking of No. 36 during his tenure at ULL.

Rowley served as an assistant coach for the men's and women's tennis program at the University of Kansas during the 1986 and 1987 seasons. The Jayhawks reached as high as No. 21 in the national rankings, winning the Big Eight Conference Championship and earning an NCAA appearance.

After serving as a student assistant coach with the women's tennis program at Southwestern College in Winfield, Kan., from 1979-84, he was director of tennis at Seward County Community College in Liberal, Kan., from 1984-86. During his tenure at Southwestern, he helped lead the program to four KCAC team championships and three NAIA District 10 runner-up finishes.

During his coaching career, Rowley has also spent nine years as head coach of Tennis: Europe, and five years as head coach for the national team of Tennis: Europe. He has spent 14 years coaching ranked juniors on the ITF junior circuits in America and Europe. He has coached players on the ATP, WTA and ITF circuits. He served as the president of the junior program on the board of officers for the Dallas Tennis Association in 1992 and spent five years as the DTA representative at the USTA Area Training Center. Coach Rowley serves as a director at the NIKE / Lawrenceville, NJ, Army Tennis Camps, College Exposure Tennis Academy and directs a fundraising camp at his alma mater, Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas.

Rowley and his wife, Martha, who serves as an assistant coach for the Army women's tennis team, reside in Cold Spring, N.Y. 

Bobby Cashman
Camp Director

Bobby Cashman

Cashman has led his squads to three appearances in the NCAA Championship as he has built UCF into not only a consistent winner on the regional level, but also a nationally-recognized program.

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Since arriving in Orlando in 1999, Cashman has posted a 176-132 record. In addition to guiding three of his teams to conference titles and berths in the postseason, Cashman has helped his players enjoy great individual success. In his 13 years at UCF, he has mentored four league players of the year, three conference freshmen of the year, one league newcomer of the year picks and 23 all-league honorees.

During his tenure, Cashman has been consistent with scheduling, often challenging his squad with tough opponents. In 2013, the Knights faced eight ranked teams and Cashman helped Francesc Aulina earn the Conference USA Newcomer of the Year award and Jorge Blasco garner all-league second team recognition.

In 2012, UCF challenged itself with one of the most demanding schedules in the entire nation. The Black and Gold squad faced nine nationally-ranked opponents.

In 2010, Cashman guided the Knights to an impressive campaign. Facing a challenging schedule (UCF faced eight nationally-ranked teams), the squad went 12-8 and spent nearly the entire spring in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association national rankings. The Knights earned the No. 3 seed - the best in program history - at the C-USA Championship. In the quarterfinals of the tournament, the squad got past East Carolina, 4-2.

During the season, Brock Sakey became the winningest singles player in UCF history. Sakey, who concluded his time in Orlando with 85 victories, earned a spot on the All-C-USA First Team at the conclusion of the year. UCF also excelled off the courts during the campaign as five Knights garnered C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll status.

The following year, in 2011, UCF faced one of the nation's most-challenging schedules. The Knights played 10 nationally-ranked squads. Off the court, seven Knights garnered spots on the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll.

In 2009, UCF advanced past the quarterfinals of the C-USA Championship for the first time since joining the league. The Knights played nine matches versus nationally-ranked opponents during the year, and Cashman's young team claimed three of them. UCF finished the second with a 12-9 record.

The Knights were regulars in the national rankings in both 2008 and 2007. UCF faced six nationally-ranked opponents, including two against top-25 squads on the road, in 2006 and went 11-10. Playing in Conference USA for the first time, the Knights won three of four contests against league foes. Two of Cashman's players garnered recognition from the league, including Sakey, who was named the C-USA Freshman of the Year.

In its final campaign in the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2005, UCF finished the season with a 14-9 record. After Cashman's squad claimed the A-Sun Championship title and a berth in the NCAA Championship, he earned conference coach of the year honors. All three of UCF's trips to the postseason have come under Cashman.

Following the 2005 regular season, two of his players - Joel Allen and Ener Gursoy - earned spots on the A-Sun All-Conference First Team. Sinan Sudas was selected to the all-freshman squad, becoming the third UCF rookie in four years to do so. In 2004, Cashman guided the Knights to their second consecutive A-Sun title, earning the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Championship. When UCF took the 2003 conference crown, it marked the first league title in school history.

UCF went 15-9 in 2004. A pair of players, Catalin Bradu and Antonio Sierra, earned all-conference first-team honors. Allen and Gursoy took spots on the second team. For the second-straight season, the squad capped its year with a trip to the NCAA Championship.

In 2003, Cashman was named A-Sun Coach of the Year after guiding his team to a 20-4 record and a perfect 5-0 showing in conference matches. Bradu garnered the player of the year award and Gursoy took the freshman of the year honor. Gabriel Strangberg was a member of the all-conference first team and Augusto Sanabria made the second team.

Cashman guided UCF to one of the finest campaigns in school history in 2002. On their way to a 17-4 overall and 6-1 A-Sun record, the Knights climbed to No. 47 in the national rankings, the highest spot in school history. Both Bradu and Strangberg earned A-Sun All-Conference First Team honors.

After arriving on the UCF campus in 1999, Cashman's Knights faced the toughest schedule in school history and finished the season with an 11-11 mark. One year later, he brought a more experienced team and two talented freshmen into the 2000 season. That squad ended the year 14-7 overall and posted upset victories over No. 45 UAB, No. 59 Penn State and No. 70 Georgia State.

During his tenure, Cashman's teams have dominated conference competition. Prior to leaving the league, the Knights played in five straight A-Sun title matches. In its final four years in the conference, UCF was 18-2 against league foes in regular season matches - the best mark of any A-Sun team.

Six Knights who Cashman coached won at least 60 matches during their collegiate careers. In fact, the five-winningest players in school history all played for Cashman.

In addition to success on the court, Cashman has also stressed academic excellence to his players. Twice, his squads have earned academic team All-America recognition from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. A pair of UCF players, Johan Westin (2002) and Bradu (2004), earned academic all-district recognition ESPN The Magazine. In 2000, Sanabria was honored with the prestigious National Student-Athlete Day award.

Collegiately, Cashman played at Miami-Dade Community College before moving to Barry University. After college, he played professionally and was ranked as a high as fourth in the men's open division in Florida.

In 1993, he returned to Barry as an associate head coach. Following his stint at Barry, he spent two years as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Kansas.

A member of the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Cashman has also volunteered his time at the Lipton Tennis Tournament in Miami, working a series of free clinics for inner-city children. He also taught fifth grade at St. James Elementary School from 1993-95.

Cashman, who earned his degree in human resource development and leadership from Barry in 1995, is married to the former Amy Blunck. The couple resides in Oviedo with their three children - Ryan, Patrick and Grace.

Camp Details

2016 Lawrenceville Nike Tennis Camp Information

This year we are offering eight weeks of overnight, extended day (8:30am-9:00pm) and day camp (8:30am-4:00pm) for kids ages 9-18 of all skill levels. In addition to our All Skills program, we offer a Tournament Training program and a High School Program during certain weeks of camp. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week.  Princeton Head Men's Tennis Coach, Billy Pate, is directing the first two weeks of camp, offering a specific tournament training program in addition to the all skills program.  

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Camp Sessions

June 19-24 (+Tournament Training) (Directed by Billy Pate)
June 26-July 1 (+Tournament Training) (Directed by Billy Pate)
July 3-8 (+ Tournament Training) (Directed by Randy Rowley) 
July 10-15 (Directed by Randy Rowley) 
July 17-22 (High School Only) (Directed by Randy Rowley)  |
**For the 7/17 - 7/22 session: Overnight Camp is SOLD OUT but Day Camp still has openings. Please call 1-800-645-3226 to register.
July 24-29  (Directed by Randy Rowley) 
July 31-August 5 (+ Tournament Training)  (Directed by Bobby Cashman) 
 August 7-12 (+ High School)  (Directed by Bobby Cashman) 

Camp Program Offerings

In addition to the All Skills Program, we are offering the Tournament Training and High School Training Programs during certain weeks of camp.

Tournament Training Program

Geared towards tournament level and ranked players looking to improve their tournament results, learn winning strategies, and work on mental toughness during certain weeks of camp.

High School Program

The High School Program is provided for any and all players currently on their high school team and wanting to move up the ladder or those planning on making the high school team.

10 & Under Tennis

We will feature teaching technique’s from the USTA’s successful new “10 and Under Tennis” program. Balls are low compression so they are easier to hit, allowing kids to get to the ball and develop optimal swing patterns.  It all makes it easy and fun for them to hit, play and score from the start, while developing skills that will last a lifetime. Please note: This program is optional and younger campers may opt to play regular tennis on the full courts. 


  • All Campers: Sunday between 1:00pm-3:00pm. Signs will be posted directing you where to go.
  • Campers should come dressed to play as we will head straight to the courts after check-in
  • Day and Extended Day campers depart at 7:30pm after dinner and evening activities.
  • Graduation: 3:30pm at the tennis courts for all campers on the final day of camp. Parents are invited to attend!
  • Check-Out: 4:30pm immediately follows Graduation.

Extended Day and Day Camper Schedule

  • Camp will start at 8:30am each morning at the tennis courts for all Extended Day & Day campers (except check-in day).
  • Day campers will depart each day after all tennis activities at 4:00pm.
  • Extended Day campers will stay through the evening activities and depart at 9:00pm.


Day campers must eat breakfast at home. Lunch is included for all Day campers. Lunch and dinner are included for all Extended Day campers.


The Lawrenceville School is a prestigious college preparatory school with outstanding facilities. Campers play on the school's 12 tennis courts and the Lavino Field House’s indoor tennis facilities (3 courts).


2016: Dorms TBD | 2015: Campers stay in the school’s comfortable residence halls, Griswold and Cleve. Campers stay 2 per room. Roommates are assigned according to sex, age and roommate requests.

Evening and Off-Court Activities

Supervised off-court activities may include daily swimming, talent show, camp dance, and a movie/pizza night.

Weekend Stayovers

Weekend stayovers are available and includes housing, meals and supervision for Friday and Saturday night. Cost is $300/weekend.

International Camper Options

International campers seeking a Sport and Language program can find a list of camp sessions and a detailed description of our new programs by Clicking Here. International campers seeking a Sport Only program, a multi-week sports camp experience, can easily combine any of our individual Tennis Camp sessions together with a weekend stay over to create the right camp program to fit your needs!

Designated Airports

Philadelphia International Airport | Newark Liberty International Airport


Nike Tennis Camp does not provide any transportation to/from camp from airport, train stations or bus depots. If you fly into camp, we recommend that you fly into Newark International Airport and schedule a shuttle from the airport to camp through the Princeton Airport Shuttle Service (800) 385-4000.

If you have a camper arriving by air and is deemed an “unaccompanied minor” by the airlines and must be met by a camp staff or shuttle company employee, there may be a fee that needs to be paid in advance of camp. You will still have to arrange transportation to/from camp. Please call 1-800-645-3226 two weeks prior to camp to provide camper’s flight and shuttle information.

Registration Packet

A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. Our health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp.

Camp Code: TNXRLV

Lawrenceville School is not in any way involved in the ownership or management of the Nike Tennis Camp. 

Sample Daily Schedule

  • 8:30am Stretching, Camp Meeting at Courts
  • 8:45am Tennis Instruction
  • 10:00am Break
  • 10:15am Tennis Instruction and Drills
  • 11:45am Lunch, Rest, Optional Tennis
  • 1:15pm Tennis Program, Match Play
  • 2:45pm Break
  • 3:00pm Tennis Program, Doubles and Drills
  • 4:00pm Conclusion of Daily Tennis Program
  • 4:15pm Groups or Private Extra Help, Optional Tennis, Swimming
  • 5:00pm Rest, Shower, Dinner
  • 7:15pm Evening Activity
  • 9:00pm Extended Day Campers Depart
  • 9:30pm Overnight Campers to Rooms
  • 10:15pm Lights Out

Camper Reviews

  • 5/5.

I had an amazing time at the Nike Tennis Camp. I learned a lot about off-court factors, such as nutrition, that are also essential to being a great tennis player. I had a great experience on the court, in the dorms, and during off-court activities.

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  • 4/5.

Thank you for providing a fun experience for a great sport. 

  • 4/5.

Our son greatly enjoyed the camp experience overall. He made some new good friends. It was definitely a success. The Director was good and we really appreciated the detailed feedback provided to us on Lucas' tennis game. 

  • 4/5.

My son had a positive experience. The camp director and counselors were highly motivated and kept the drills interesting and fun. It's the best camp!

  • 4/5.

I really enjoyed the camp. Our coaches are great. They helped me a lot.

  • 3/5.

My son enjoyed his time at the camp

  • 5/5.

Loved it!! Coaches all super enthusiastic and had great, concrete advice to give on improving. Plus they made it lots of fun. Thank you!

  • 4/5.

I really had a good time and learned a lot. I'm looking forward to next year.

  • 3/5.

This was a very organized camp. It was a fun camp.

  • 5/5.

My 12 year old and 8 year old both LOVED the camp. They improved tennis skills, played loads of points and had much fun with the enthusiastic campers and wonderful counselors. Thank you!!

  • 5/5.
Love From A Repeat Camper

Loved the camp – third year in a row. 

  • 4/5.
Best Time Ever!

Two of my kids attended and they said it was the best year of their life. Thanks for the great experience. It would be really helpful to know that there is no AC in the dorms. But other than this, I have no complaints – thanks for the great first time camping experience for my kids. They can’t wait to go back. 

  • 4/5.
Improved Our Game

I had a great time. I was there the week of July 8th along with my 7 other cousins. We all improved our game!

  • 5/5.
Will Be Back

I had lots of fun at the Nike Tennis Camp at Lawrenceville School. The food was good, the dorms were nice, and it was an overall good time. This was my first Nike Tennis Camp, and I can't wait to go back next year!

  • 4/5.
Sending our other child too next year!

My daughter enjoyed herself and we plan to send our son next year as well.

  • 5/5.
Loved camp!

Our daughter loved the camp and the coaches. Thanks for the great time!!!!

  • 4/5.
Great staff!

The staff was great, and the free time that you have to do whatever with other campers is one of the most memorable parts.

Camp Dates & Prices

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For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-800-NIKE-CAMP we would be happy to help you.