Cal Women’s Gymnastics Camp
Get #OneDayBetter with Cal Gymnastics
Join the Pac-12 Champions, Cal Women's Gymnastics, and their outstanding coaching staff for an unforgettable camp experience this summer. The premiere camp for gymnasts looking to improve their skills through hard work, individual instruction, and a competitive atmosphere. Coach Howell and Coach Crandall-Howell's immense knowledge of gymnastics will prepare and strengthen gymnasts for the next level.
All Cal Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants. For your safety and benefit, we recommend you choose a camp that fits your level of development. All events are subject to change based on NCAA and Covid-19 restrictions. Due to high demand and limited capacity, prices are subject to increase as camp exceeds 25%/50%/75% capacity.
- Opportunity to practice and train on the beautiful and historic UC Berkeley campus
- Strong focus on individual skill development and performance
- Exposure to one of the nation's top Division 1 gymnastics programs
- Spirit Day
- Cal Gymnastics leotards will be available for purchase
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Co-Head Coach Justin Howell
Justin Howell, a well-respected Bay Area club coach, took the helm of the Cal Women's Gymnastics program in June of 2012 and made an immediate impact, propelling the Golden Bears into the national gymnastics spotlight in his 10 seasons as Head Coach.View Justin's Bio ⟩
The 2016 NACGC/W National Coach of the Year, six-time Regional Coach of the Year and three-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year Justin Howell took the helm of the Cal Women’s Gymnastics program in June of 2012.
He is already the winningest gymnastics coach in program history and the first to reach 100 wins at Cal, surpassing the 100-win mark at the 2018 Pac-12 Championships in the Bears’ third-place finish. He owns a 176-119 career record in all meetings, including the postseason. The Bears have claimed an NCAA Regional berth every season under Howell.
Howell led the Bears to their first-ever Pac-12 title in school history as they Bears finished as Regular Season co-champions during the 2022 season. At the conference meet, the Bears took second place and recorded their highest ever score at a Pac-12 championship as they posted a 197.425, Cal recorded five of the top 20 team scores in school history, including the second-best mark in school history as they posted a 197.900 against Iowa, a meet that also saw the Bears record a program record on floor. Cal set a school record on the beam at the NCAA Regional Championship. Three Bears ranked in the top 25 in the all-around, something only one other program in the country accomplished in 2022. Cal posted the second-best NQS in school history at 197.330, which was the third straight year Cal has recorded an NQS over 197 and the seventh-straight year Cal has finished in the top 16 of the NQS. The Bears finished the regular season ranked ninth, and were 11th in the final rankings.
The Bears had their best season in school history in 2021 despite dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic which forced a shortened offseason. The Bears qualified for the NCAA Championship for the fourth time in school history and set program records on the uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and overall score. Cal posted a 197+ score in 10 straight meets and did not count a fall all season, they also posted four of the top five team scores in school history during the 2021 season. The Bears finished with the fifth-best NQS in the country and ranked in the top 10 on all four events at the end of the regular season. The Bears finished seventh at the NCAA Championship and Maya Bordas won the NCAA Individual Championship on the uneven bars. Cal recorded 21 wins and posted 87 scores at 9.90 or above during the season. Kyana George was named WCGA Region 6 Gymnast of the year and was a finalist for the AAI Award. Cal also had four Regular Season All-Americans, nine All-American honorees and 12 All-Pac-12 honors all of which were program bests. Alongside his wife, Elisabeth Crandall-Howell, Howell was named Pac-12 Co-Coach of the Year, WCGA Region 6 Co-Coach of the Year and College Gym News Coaching Staff of the Year.
While Cal’s 2020 season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bears clinched their eighth consecutive NCAA postseason berth. Throughout the year, Cal claimed 100 top 3 finishes and produced 40 event titles, with seven different gymnasts displaying Cal’s depth by claiming an event title. Cal’s rankings improved on all four events from 2019 -- vault: 12 to 6; bars: 12 to 8; beam: 13 to 12; floor: 21 to 13 -- with six different gymnasts ranked in the top 50 on an event nationally prior to the start of the pandemic. Howell and co-head coach Crandall-Howell were voted the WCGA Regional Head Coaches of the Year, while Cal gymnasts claimed a school-record eight All-Pac-12 honors on top of three Regular-Season All-America awards.
The 2019 season saw the Golden Bears continue their transformation to a perennial powerhouse, producing a perfect record at home and qualifying for NCAA Regional competition yet again, where they managed to post a program-record 197.675 team total in the NCAA Athens Regional final, the fourth-highest score in the country in any regional final meet. Toni-Ann Williams was named a top six finalist for the AAI Award, bestowed upon the nation’s top gymnast, and for the third time since Howell took the reins of the program, a Cal gymnast claimed Pac-12 Freshman of the Year honors with Milan Clausi taking the award. Clausi was also the Regional vault champion, punching her ticket as an individual to the NCAA Championships. The Bears ended the regular season ranked in the top 25 nationally on all four events -- vault (12th), bars (12th), beam (13th) and floor (21st), and jumped in the rankings on both bars (up from 15 in 2018) and floor (up from 22 in 2018).
An NCAA championship berth was just one in a long list of accolades for the Cal program in 2018, which saw the Bears tally 14 team totals that rank among the school’s all-time Top 5 scores while hauling in 40 event titles and 109 Top 3 individual finishes. Despite a slow start to the 2018 season, under Howell’s direction the Bears finished with seven consecutive victories and a 12-4 regular-season record with five wins over Top 25 opponents. Cal put up program-best scores in every postseason event, including the Pac-12 Championships, NCAA Regionals and NCAA Championships.
The Bears ended the 2018 season ranked in the nation’s top 25 on all four events – vault (8th), bars (15th), beam (12th) and floor (22nd) and improved their end-of-season RQS on three events -- vault (49.275, up from 49.145), bars (49.230, up from 49.025) and Floor (49.255, up from 49.120). Five gymnasts ranked in the Top 50 on an event nationally at the conclusion of the regular season, and a school-record three gymnasts shared six All-Pac-12 honors. Phenom Toni-Ann Williams was crowned an NCAA All-American on top of two NACGC/W Regular-Season All-America honors in 2018. The Bears shined in the classroom, too, with four Bears earning Pac-12 All-Academic nods.
In 2017, Howell was recognized by RoadToNationals.com as the NCAA’s most impactful head coach among all active collegiate gymnastics coaches for his role in Cal’s ascension as a gymnastics powerhouse. Shortly before Howell took over the program, the Bears finished the 2012 season ranked 49th nationally. In just two years time, Howell led the Bears to a No. 16 ranking with a growing conference and national presence. Cal’s 33-spot rise from 2012 to 2014 marks the largest margin of improvement in NCAA gymnastics history, a feat only one other school has achieved (Maryland, 1997-99).
Cal opened 2017 with its highest preseason ranking in school history at No. 10. Despite numerous season-ending injuries to several veteran competitors, the Bears earned their fifth consecutive team berth to NCAA Regional competition and sent a competitor to the National Championships for the fourth season in a row. Desiree Palomares became the first Golden Bear in school history to earn an NCAA Regional beam title, and the Bears posted six team totals that ranked among the program’s all-time best totals, posting a near-perfect 8-1 record in Haas Pavilion. Cal took care of business in the classroom as well, with five gymnasts earning Pac-12 All-Academic honors.
In 2016, the Golden Bears made history by earning the program’s second-ever berth to the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, ending a 24-year drought for their first appearance since 1992. Under the direction of Howell, who was named National Coach of the Year, Cal finished seventh following a second-place finish at the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional. The Bears once again rewrote program-record team scores, improving to a 197.500 overall total. Twice in 2016, Cal set the school record on beam, first with a 49.325 at ASU and then with a 49.350 at the UC Davis tri meet, and posted nine team totals that ranked among all-time program highs.
Prior to season’s end, Howell was also voted Pac-12 Coach of the Year for the second time in his career, and NACGC/W Regional Coach of the Year for the fourth time.
During the season, Howell played a pivotal role in Toni-Ann Williams’ development as the first gymnast to compete in the Olympics for Jamaica. Howell served as the head coach for Team Jamaica, mentoring Williams prior to the 2016 Summer Olympic games, helping her qualify for Olympic competition and traveling with her to the 2016 games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In addition to helping her to Regular Season First Team All-America honors during Cal’s season, Howell dedicated countless hours of additional gym time to Williams’ Olympic training to help support her dream of competing in the Olympics alongside her collegiate career.
Cal’s 2015 season saw the Bears finish the season ranked 18th after posting 10 team totals that ranked in the program’s all-time top five. The record-breaking season included a program-high 197.325 in a dual meet against UC Davis, as well as team record scores on vault (49.500) and floor (49.550) and the second-highest bars score in school history (49.525). Cal claimed 44 individual event titles.
Howell and his staff swept the NACGC/W West Region honors in 2015, as he was named Coach of the Year for the third consecutive season and Liz Crandall-Howell (Assistant Coach of the Year), Ryan Cobb (Administrator of the Year) and Williams (Gymnast of the Year) all picked up awards.
Individually, Howell oversaw the development of Jamaican National Team member Williams, who represented Cal at the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships as an all-arounder. She won vault at the NCAA Berkeley Regional to punch her ticket to nationals. The performances came on the heels of Williams’ Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, All-Pac-12 First Team All-Around and NACGC/W Regular-Season All-America nods. Additionally, Howell oversaw Williams’ training for the World Championships as the Jamaican National Team head coach.
In 2014, the Bears rewrote the Cal Women’s Gymnastics record books, improving in areas across the board. It was the first time Cal claimed two individual berths to the NCAA Championships in program history, and the first time Cal sent gymnasts to the NCAA Championships since 2003. The Bears also finished third at the Pac-12 Championships, which was the program’s highest finish ever, and the team also posted its highest Pac-12 Championships score (196.550).
Howell also guided the 2013 squad to its first NCAA Regional berth since 2007. For his tremendous accomplishments in his debut season as head coach, Howell was recognized as the 2013 Pac-12 Coach of the Year and 2013 NACGC West Region Coach of the Year.
Prior to becoming head coach, Howell was assistant coach with the Golden Bears for the 2012 season. Howell was elevated to the top post following a national search for the position following Danna Durante’s resignation to become the head women’s gymnastics coach at the University of Georgia.
In his first season on the Cal staff, Howell played a major role in guiding the squad to an average score nearly a full point higher than the year prior to his arrival. The Golden Bears saw measurable improvement across the board with 23 gymnasts recording personal high scores and eight student-athletes earning Pac-12 All-Academic honors.
Howell came to Cal with more than 15 years of experience as a head coach in the area, having served as the head coach and team director at Airborne Gymnastics in Santa Clara since 1997. In his club coaching career, Howell coached more than 40 gymnasts to NCAA scholarships at 19 different universities, while leading Airborne gymnasts to 30 state championships. He coached two Junior Olympics national AA champions, four JO National Team members and two U.S. National Team members. Howell was named the 2004 Northern California Coach of the Year, the 2008 Region I Coach of the Year, and was appointed a Visa Championships coach in both 2008 and 2010. He is the founder of the Rhythm Attic Dance Studio, a Zumba fitness studio in Santa Clara.
Howell and wife, Elisabeth Crandall-Howell, have three children -- Jacob, Noah and Greyson. He received an athletic scholarship at San Jose State University, graduating in 1999 with a B.S. in kinesiology.
Co-Head Coach Elisabeth Crandall-Howell
Elisabeth Crandall-Howell - a distinguished international brevet-level judge, an internationally experienced gymnast, and a collegiate All-American - joined the Cal family in September 2012 and is currently the Co-Head Coach.View Elisabeth's Bio ⟩
Since joining the Cal women’s gymnastics staff, 2016 National Assistant Coach of the Year Crandall-Howell has been integral in Cal’s stellar ascent through the national rankings. The Bears finished the 2012 season ranked 49th nationally shortly before Crandall-Howell joined the program, and finished as high as 7th in 2016. Cal’s 33-spot rise from 2012-14 marks the largest margin of improvement in NCAA gymnastics history, a feat only one other school has achieved (Maryland, 1997-99). Under her tutelage, Cal has earned six consecutive trips to NCAA Regionals since 2013 and has claimed two berths to the NCAA Championships in the last three seasons (2016, 2018).
As associate head coach, Crandall-Howell works with all aspects of the Cal women’s gymnastics program, including fitness and nutrition, academic support and character development both in and out of the gym. Additionally, Crandall-Howell lends her expertise as an international brevet judge to help strengthen Cal’s routines across the board.
In 2015, Crandall-Howell earned her first NACGC/W West Region Assistant Coach of the Year award. She helped guide the 2015 Bears to a program-record score of 197.325, along with program-record scores on vault (49.500) and floor (49.550). Cal turned in the second-highest bars score in school history (49.525). Cal’s 2015 floor lineup now owns four of the top five team scores on the event all-time.
The 2016 season saw Cal compete at the National Championships for the first time in over two decades thanks to detailed coaching from Crandall-Howell, who helped Cal post nine team totals that rank among the program’s all-time highest scores throughout the season. Crandall-Howell was named the National Assistant Coach of the Year.
Before Crandall-Howell joined the Cal coaching staff, the Bears were 47th on vault (48.620 RQS), 41st on bars (48.725 RQS), 44th on beam (48.285 RQS) and 58th on floor (48.330 RQS). In four years, she helped guide the Bears to the top 20 on four events, including a meteoric rise in one of Crandall-Howell’s primary areas of focus – the balance beam. Historically Cal’s weakest event, in 2016 the Bears improved from a No. 35 ranking and 48.770 RQS on the event in 2015, skyrocketing to No. 13 with a 49.205 RQS in 2016. Cal ranked 9th on vault (49.185 RQS), 19th on bars (49.150 RQS) and 11th on floor (49.295) in 2016.
Cal’s 2017 season saw the Bears improve their RQS on beam from 49.205 to 49.225 thanks to Crandall-Howell’s guidance, and the Bears posted their best NCAA Regional score in school history with a 196.300. She played a pivotal role in helping Desiree Palomares become the program’s first ever NCAA Regional beam champion, and for the fourth season in a row, Cal was represented at the NCAA Gymnastics Championships.
The Bears clinched their second NCAA Championships berth in three seasons with one of the most successful campaigns in school history in 2018. The Bears finished the regular season ranked ninth overall and in the nation’s top 25 on all four events – vault (8th), bars (15th), beam (12th) and floor (22nd). Cal improved its end-of-season RQS on three events -- vault (49.275, up from 49.145), bars (49.230, up from 49.025) and Floor (49.255, up from 49.120). The season saw the Bears tally 14 team totals that rank among the school's all-time Top 5 scores while hauling in 40 event titles and 109 Top 3 individual finishes, including 17 event titles in Crandall-Howell's areas of focus of beam and floor.
Crandall-Howell has also sculpted Toni-Ann Williams as one of the nation’s top floor performers. In Williams’ freshman season, she checked in as the country’s fourth-ranked floor performer with a career-high 9.975 and 9.925 average through the regular season. Williams earned three NACGC/W Regular-Season All-America honors, was named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year and took home All-Pac-12 First Team All-Around laurels before being named the regional Gymnast of the Year. During Williams’ training for the 2016 Rio Olympics, Crandall-Howell’s international experience was essential in prepping Williams’ beam and floor routines for the world stage. Crandall-Howell assisted Williams in learning two new, high-level skills to meet her international goals – a double layout dismount on beam and a full-in third pass on floor. Williams successfully executed both in NCAA competition and was the only gymnast in the nation performing such difficult skills in her collegiate routines in 2016. Under Crandall-Howell’s tutelage, Williams also maintained her standing as one of the nation’s top floor gymnasts, ranking in the top 10 throughout the season. In 2018, she earned NCAA All-America Second Team honors as an all-arounder, finishing 12th overall at the NCAA Championships.
Individually, Crandall-Howell was also crucial in the development of 2013 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year Serena Leong, helping her to the third-highest beam score (9.90) and second-highest floor score (9.925) in program history, feats less than 10 Cal gymnasts have been able to accomplish. Jessica Howe wrapped up her freshman season with four beam titles and set a career-high 9.90 on the event alongside Leong.
Prior to her time at Cal, Crandall-Howell coached at the collegiate and club levels and spent six years as a member of the U.S. national team after which she was a student-athlete at BYU.
Just one of 16 active international brevet judging officials in the U.S., Crandall-Howell has judged three Olympic trials - including the 2012 trials in San Jose. From 2001-09, she was an official for U.S. Championships, and from 2006-07, she was the U.S. Apparatus Chairperson for uneven bars.
A seven-time U.S. National Team member from 1987-92, Crandall-Howell boasts a multitude of domestic and international accolades, traveling to Japan, Russia, Belgium, and Germany to represent the US. Most notably in 1991, she took home a gold medal at the USA Championships on uneven bars. Further, she also finished fourth on vault and eighth in the all-around. She was also a member of the silver medal winning team at the 1991 World Championships. Additionally, she finished 11th in the all-around at the 1992 Olympic trials. She medaled at the 1988 U.S. Championships on uneven bars and floor exercise, taking second in the all-around.
A full athletic scholarship student-athlete at Brigham Young University, Crandall-Howell was a two-time first-team All-American on the uneven bars. She helped the Cougars qualify to three NCAA Championships from 1994-96 and qualified on the individual level in 1993. In three of her four years in Provo, Utah, Crandall-Howell was the NCAA Regional uneven bars champion. She graduated in 1997 with a degree in physical education and health promotion.
She is married to Justin Howell, and they have three children - Jacob, Noah and Greyson.
Assistant Coach John Carney
John Carney enters his first season with the Bears in 2022-23. He joins the Bears after a decorated career as an assistant coach at some of the nation's top programs.View John's Bio ⟩
Carney will be the assistant coach at Cal after serving as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Missouri for the past nine seasons. As an assistant coach for the SEC powerhouse, he helped Mizzou to a fifth-place finish in the final rankings this past year as the Tigers qualified for the NCAA Championship and finished third in the semifinal just missing out on a chance to be one of the final four on the floor.
Missouri finished 11th during the 2022 regular season as they recorded one of the best seasons in program history. Carney helped the Tigers set records for the highest team score at the SEC Championship and NCAA Championship. The team recorded their best-ever SEC Championship finish at fourth and their top regular season team score at 197.675. Carney's bar lineup recorded their best-ever NCAA score with a 49.425 in the NCAA Semifinal. He also helped Missouri to the program's first-ever wins over both Alabama and Georgia this past year.
During his time at Missouri he coached four All-SEC performers, three All-Freshman Team and the 2016 SEC Freshman of the Year Morgan Porter. He helped Helen Hu to SEC Event Specialist of the Year and WCGA Regular Season All-American honors on bars in 2020. Additionally, Sienna Schreiber was named an All-American in both the regular season and postseason for her all-around performances in 2022.
When Carney arrived in Missouri, the Tigers were coming off a season where they finished 43rd in the final rankings. Throughout his time in Columbia, he has helped guide the Tigers to seven straight top-20 finishes, including a No. 5 ranking last year.
Carney is familiar with the west coast as he is a native of Tucson, Arizona and a graduate of Oregon State. He also worked with the Beavers gymnastics team for five seasons, where he coached a pair of NCAA Regional bars champions and two Pac-10/12 Conference bars champions. In every season with the Beavers, his bar squads finished amongst the nation's top 10, including having the No. 1 ranked uneven bars team in 2011. That season he had led three Beavers to a tie for the Pac-12 title on bars. He also led Jen Kesler, Makayla Stambaugh and Olivia Vivian to top six finishes at the NCAA Championship on bars.
Carney was named the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches West Region Assistant Coach of the Year in 2013. During that season, Carney coached the team to a program record on bars of 49.675. He also coached Stambaugh to a Pac-12 title on bars as the Beavers had four top-five bars finishers at the Pac-12 Championship on their way to a team title.
In addition, Carney coached five gymnasts to All-American honors on the uneven bars, and his uneven bars competitors earned a combined 10 all-conference nods during his time at Oregon State. They also earned seven all-conference nods and three All-American awards as all-around competitors.
Carney's skills have reached the national level as he has worked with USA Gymnastics for several seasons as a Junior Olympic National Team Training Camp staff member.
Carney is also familiar with club-level training as he spent seven years as the Co-Head Gymnastics Coach at Gymnastics East in Bellevue, Wash. There, Carney guided his gymnasts to eight Junior Olympic National team titles, five Junior Olympic National Champion individual titles and multiple State and Regional Championship titles. He is a five-time USA Gymnastics Washington Coach of the Year award winner, and a three-time USA Gymnastics Regional 2 Coach of the Year award winner.
Carney received his Master's of Education in educational and counseling psychology from Missouri in 2016 and Bachelor's of Arts in new media communications from Oregon State in 2011. Carney will be moving to the Bay Area with his wife, Jackie, and son, JP.
2023 CAMP SESSIONS
- June 19-21 (High Performance Camp)
- July 1-3 (High Performance Camp)
- July 5 (One Day Better Clinic)
- High Performance Camps
- Camper Check-in: 8:30am on first day of camp
- Camp Hours: Day 1: 8:30am-4:00pm, Day 2: 9:00am-4:00pm, Day 3: 9:00am-1:00pm
- One Day Better Clinics
- Camper Check-in: 8:30am on first day of camp
- Camp Hours: Day 1 8:30am-4:00pm
All Cal Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants. For your safety and benefit, we recommend you choose a camp that fits your level of development.
Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. Campers will be evaluated and split up into smaller groups according to age and ability and instruction will be tailored to each level's needs.
The High Performance Camp will help gymnasts enhance every aspect of their routines and knowledge of gymnastics. Campers will receive exceptional, personalized instruction from award winning Coach Howell and Coach Crandall-Howell. Camp is open to gymnasts of all abilities and structured towards gymnasts who have completed or are near completion of level 5 and above.
Campers will need to bring their own lunch and snacks for Days 1 & 3. Lunch will be provided on Day 2!
- Session I: Cal Day, please wear your favorite Cal gear or wear blue and gold.
- Session II: 4th of July Day, please wear red, white, and blue.
- One Day Better clinics will not have spirit days.
Due to University and NCAA Policies, we are not allowed to offer any transportation to and from camps. The airport closest to the Berkeley campus is Oakland International Airport; San Francisco International Airport is also within a reasonable distance. There are several options that we suggest. There are a few shuttle services that offer transportation to and from Oakland & San Francisco International Airports. Reservations must be made at least a few days in advance, you can make reservations over the phone or online (see below).
- Bayporter Express
- Website: www.bayporter.com
- Phone: 1-877-467-1800 (Local, Bay Area) 1-415-467-1800 (Long Distance, Outside Bay Area)
- Super Shuttle
- Website: www.supershuttle.com
- Phone: 1-800-258-3826
For those traveling in from out of town and need a place to stay near camp, see the recommended list below.
- Hotel Durant (Please call 510-845-8981 to reserve your room)
- Hotel Shattuck Plaza (Please call 510-845-7300 to reserve your room)
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites Berkeley (Please call 510-548-1700 to reserve your room)
- Double Tree by Hilton Berkeley Marina (Please call 510-548-7920 to reserve your room)
- Berkeley City Club (Please call 510-848-7800 to reserve your room)
CAMP INFORMATION 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 US Sports Camps health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp. Campers must bring their health and release forms with them to check-in on the first day of camp.
We cannot offer scholarships due to NCAA regulations. Our affiliation with NCAA coaches and schools puts us in a position where any scholarship money can be seen as an inducement to a future collegiate athlete. This puts our coaches and our host universities in jeopardy of damaging their status with the NCAA and incurring penalties at the hands of their organizing body.
*This camp is open to any and all entrants, restricted only by age and gender.
*According to NCAA rules- recruiting conversations are not allowed during camp.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 8:30 AM Check-in
- 9:00 AM Warm-up
- 9:30 AM Rotation #1
- 10:15 AM Rotation #2
- 11:00 AM Rotation #3
- 11:45 AM Rotation #4
- 12:30 PM Lunch
- 1:30 PM Rotation #5
- 2:15 PM Rotation #6
- 3:00 PM Free time (gymnasts will choose which event they want to work on)
- 3:30 PM Conditioning and stretching
- 4:00 PM Wrap-up and dismissal
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This camp will build confidence in your abilities.
My daughter went with a friend and they were able to workout together, meet others and most importantly build confidence in their abilities. Thank you!
— Kris N. Parent
My daughter had a wonderful time.
My daughter had a wonderful time learning from the coaches and meeting other gymnasts. It would be fun for the girls to stay in the dorms and have an overnight experience.
— Elizabeth H. Parent
I liked meeting new gymnasts and working with the coaches.
I liked being at the school with some of my teammates, meeting new gymnasts, working with the coaches, being on the campus.
— Nevaeh D. Camper
The coaching was excellent.
The coaching was excellent and my daughter had fun learning.
— Cythia B. Parent
SECURE YOUR SPOT – CAMPS SELL OUT!
Last year over 650 Sports Camps sold out, leaving 7,000+ campers on the waitlist. Due to high demand, early registration for our first-come-first-serve camps is strongly recommended.