Nike Tennis Camp at Lawrenceville School
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In its 44th year, the Lawrenceville School Nike Tennis Camp in New Jersey has become one of the best junior tennis camps in the country! This renowned East Coast tennis camp in NJ delivers technical instruction and drilling, supervised match play, and a variety of evening social activities.
- June sessions are Instructed by the Florida State University's Head Men's Tennis Coach Dwayne Hultquist and his staff
- July sessions are Instructed by the Cal Berkeley Men's Assistant Tennis Coach Francis Sargent and his staff
- Low camper to coach ratio
- 5-6 hours daily instruction
- Fun off-court evening activities for overnight campers
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Camp Director Dwayne Hultquist
Dwayne Hultquist is the Head Men’s Tennis Coach at Florida State University.View Dwayne Hultquist's Bio & Tennis Tips ⟩
- Winningest Coach in FSU History 220 Wins 10 Straight NCAA Appearances 2004-2013
- Led team to Elite 8 in 2005
- 2013 ITA Southeast Head Coach of the Year Coached 3 ACC Players of the Year
- Coached 2 Arthur Ashe Award Winners
- Coached 15 All-Americans
Entering his 20th season at the helm of the Florida State men’s tennis program, Hultquist has put himself atop the Florida State record books and the Seminoles consistently in the national spotlight.
Under Hultquist’s leadership, Florida State men’s tennis has emerged as one of the top programs in the Atlantic Coast Conference and the country. In 19 seasons under Hultquist, FSU has had three ACC Player of the Year recipients, six All-American honors, the ITA Most Improved Player and two national ITA Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award winners.
The 2018 season was the best one yet under Hultquist. The Seminoles earned 28 wins on their way to hosting the NCAA first and second rounds. It marked the 16th straight season under Hultquist that the Seminoles had made an NCAA Tournament appearance and the fourth time that FSU had hosted a regional. During the 2018 season, the Seminoles defeated No. 8 Florida for the second year in a row at the USTA National Campus. It was the second season in a row that the match garnered the largest crowd in college tennis (1,917) and was the third largest attended college tennis match since the stat was kept back in 1995. For the second year in a row and third time in program history, three student-athletes were placed on the All-ACC team – Aziz Dougaz (first team), Guy Iradukunda (second team) and Lucas Poullain (third team). Florida State also brought home numerous ITA Regional honors as Hultquist was named Southeast Region Coach of the Year, Dougaz was named player to watch and Iradukunda was named Most Improved Senior and Senior Player of the Year. Hultquist was also named ACC Coach of the Year, becoming the first Seminole head coach to earn such honors.
Also in 2018, Hultquist earned his 300th career win when FSU defeated Furman in the finals of the FSU Spring Invitational. The Seminoles were also a part of the first ever college tennis match that was broadcasted on the Tennis channel when the Seminoles defeated the Gators as a part of the USTA’s College MatchDay. Hultquist also garnered his second win over a No. 1 ranked team in 2018 when he led the Garnet and Gold past No. 1 Wake Forest at home, 4-3.
In 2017, the Seminoles set numerous program milestones en route to an 18-win season and an NCAA Second Round appearance, the 15th-consecutive NCAA Championship appearance for the Hultquist-led Seminoles. Among the highlights was a 4-2 victory over archrival Florida at the USTA National Campus in Orlando in front of a record crowd of 1,756. The match was the most-attended college tennis match of the season and the fourth-highest since 2010. For just the second time in program history, three student-athletes were named All-ACC – Aziz Dougaz (first team), Guy Iradukunda (second team), and Lucas Poullain (third team). In the fall, Iradukunda also won the ITA Southeast Regional Championship, the second regional title under Hultquist.
In 2016, the Seminoles reached new heights with 18 regular season wins and a three-seed in the ACC Tournament. Among the highlights were the first win over the No. 1 team in school history with a 4-3 triumph over North Carolina in March. En route to a 14th-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, Florida State senior Benjamin Lock was named the ITA’s Most Improved Player after rising to No. 9 in the singles rankings on the season. Lock and senior Marco Nunez also reached the NCAA Tournament for a second consecutive season, while Lock became the third singles All-American in FSU history, all under Hultquist’s watch. Both players were named All-ACC (Lock – First Team; Nunez – Second Team).
Also in 2016, Nunez and senior Michael Rinaldi were named ACC Postgraduate Scholarship winners, the third and fourth players in the past four seasons to be so honored. The Seminoles also were the 2015 Golden Torch winners for best GPA on campus, continuing to show that success on the court and in the classroom is not mutually exclusive.
In 2014-15, Hultquist captured his 250th victory with a win on the road at No. 33 Louisville and enters the 2016 season with 258. The year also saw him reach the second round of the team championship for the first time since 2012.
Along with Lock and Nunez, junior Rinaldi and senior Cristian Gonzalez Mendez also were ranked during the season, and true freshmen Terrance and Terrell Whitehurst finished with an 18-8 doubles mark in their first semester at Florida State. Lock’s No. 48 final singles rank was the highest for a ‘Nole in four years, while Lock and Nunez finished in the Top 30 (No. 20) for the second consecutive season.
The team’s 20-11 record was the most wins since 2009 and the most regular season wins in school history with 18.
The winningest coach in program history, Hultquist has led the ‘Noles to 14 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, one of only 10 programs in the country to reach that mark of postseason longevity. Hultquist has finished ranked in the final poll of the season all 17 years. Lock (second team) and Rinaldi (third team) were honored with All-ACC honors.
The 2015 season was the first with an improved VIP seating area at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center, a project spearheaded by Hultquist that allows boosters to sit in covered, cushioned seating areas while cheering on the ‘Noles. It was also the first season with home matches on ESPN3, another project championed by Hultquist that increased the reach of Seminole tennis nationwide and helped improve the Seminole brand.
In 2014, Hultquist oversaw a team that reached the second round of the ACC Tournament. The ‘Noles took down nine ranked teams, highlighted by victories over No. 18 Wake Forest, No. 47 Miami, and No. 60 Nebraska. Hultquist and the ‘Noles have defeated in-state rival Miami in 14 of the past 16 seasons after notching just a 5-41 record against the Hurricanes prior to his arrival. The doubles pairing of Lock and Nunez ranked as high as No. 4 in the country before a season-ending injury knocked Lock out of competition for most of the spring.
The ‘Noles also placed two members on the All-ACC teams, with Dominic Cotrone (second team) and Cristian Gonzalez Mendez(third team) garnering honors. Two players, Gonzalez Mendez and Blake Davis, were also named to the ITA All-Academic Team, while Cotrone and Gonzalez Mendez were named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
The 2012-13 year was no different from the previous winning seasons. The year saw both Hultquist and associate coach Nick Crowell sweeping the ITA Southeast Regional coaches of the year awards. Cotrone and Davis ranked as high as No. 12 in the nation in doubles and played in the NCAA Doubles Championships at the end of the year.
During the 2012 season, Hultquist coached the team to its 10th straight NCAA appearance. The team finished 19-10 and reached the semifinals of the ACC Championships. Jordan Kelly-Houston was named to the All-ACC team while Andres Bucaro, Davis and Lock were named to the All-ACC Academic team.
In 2011, Vahid Mirzadeh headlined the season as he and Connor Smith were named All-Americans in doubles play, Hultquist’s fourth and fifth athletes to earn that honor. Mirzadeh made a huge impact off the courts as he was awarded the ITA Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award, showcasing his playing abilities, leadership, community service, academic achievements and sportsmanship.
The 2009-10 season had the team making the NCAA Tournament for the eighth year in a row where they reached the second round of play. Awards started coming in the fall as Clint Bowles was the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Singles Champion. Later in the year, Jean-Yves Aubone was named the ITA Senior Player of the Year and was named to the All-ACC team along with Mirzadeh. The Seminoles stormed the classrooms that year with seven members of the team being named to the ACC Honor Roll. Aubone capped the year by being named the ACC Men’s Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
For the first time in school history, the Seminoles reached the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament in consecutive seasons (2008 and 2009). The 2009 season also marked the first time that the Seminoles finished the season ranked inside the top 15 in consecutive seasons (No. 13). Aubone also became the first player in school history to become a two-time All-American. The ‘Noles had three All-ACC performers for the second consecutive season with Aubone, Bowles and Maciek Sykut earning those honors.
It was also in 2009 that Hultquist surpassed his predecessor David Barron as the winningest coach in school history, notching win No. 142 in the fourth match of the season against ACC-rival Duke on January 31, 2009, in the first round of the National Indoor Championships. With 21 victories in 2009, Hultquist won more than 20 in one season for the third time in his career and the second season in a row.
The 2008 season was a year of records for Florida State culminating in a trip to the Round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament. The Seminoles achieved their highest ranking in program history at No. 7 during the season and individually saw Aubone earn the highest singles’ ranking in the school’s history. FSU’s 21 victories marked the second time Hultquist led his squad to a 20-win season during his tenure.
Under the direction of Hultquist, Florida State players rose to new heights in 2008 with Aubone earning singles All-American honors and Sam Chang and Bowles getting All-ACC accolades. Aubone and Bowles also finished second in school history for doubles victories in a single season (28).
In 2007, Hultquist led Florida State to a 17-10 record and the Seminoles rose to No. 10 during the season. FSU also hosted an NCAA Regional for the first time in school history.
In Hultquist’s sixth year at FSU, the Seminoles reached the 2005 NCAA Elite Eight for the first time and finished with its then highest-ever national ranking at No. 13 and stamped its first 20-plus win season since 1985. Hultquist led his squad to an impressive 21-8 mark and a second-place finish in the ACC. Under Hultquist’s tutelage in 2005, Mat Cloer became the school’s first singles’ All-American and won the program’s first national honor with the ITA Arthur Ashe Award.
Hultquist hit the ground running in the fall of 2005 and led his troops to an impressive fall campaign. For the Seminoles’ efforts, Florida State not only earned the school’s first invitation to the 2006 USTA/ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship but also garnered a respectable preseason ranking of No. 11 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
Individual honors were bountiful in 2004 with Cloer claiming his second ACC Player of the Year honor, only the third player in league history to receive the award in consecutive seasons. Freshman Jonathas Sucupira was named to the All-ACC team, a first by an FSU rookie since 1992.
Florida State had a break-out year during Hultquist’s fourth season as the 2003 squad returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998 and ended the year with a 15-10 mark. The Seminoles produced their best finish in the ACC standings, taking second while winning the ACC Indoor Doubles Championship for the second year in a row. Individual accolades rolled in as Hultquist’s former aide, Ty Braswell, was named ITA Assistant Coach of the Year. On the court, Cloer became the first Seminole to earn ACC Player of the Year honors.
In his first year, Hultquist brought the Seminoles a winning record of 14-10. In his second year, the men’s team entered the 2001-02 season ranked No. 59 by the ITA.
Hultquist arrived at Florida State after serving eight years as an assistant coach at the University of Texas. While working under legendary coach Dave Snyder, Hultquist became known for his excellent recruiting abilities. He was also responsible for scheduling, fundraising, individualized coaching and many of the day-to-day operations of the program. While at Texas, Hultquist coached nine All-Americans, helped lead the Longhorns to six conference titles and made it to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in each of his eight years.
Hultquist began his tennis career at Penn State where he was a four-year letterman and team captain in 1986. During that same year, he was an NCAA Tournament qualifier in doubles and earned all-conference honors in both singles and doubles. After graduating from Penn State, Hultquist turned pro, playing in the United States, Israel and Asia. During his career, Hultquist was selected to play on national teams that traveled to Korea and China for competition.
Hultquist is married to the former Angela White. The couple has four daughters, Devan (a Florida State beach volleyball player), Avery, Addison, and Mackenzie and one son, Blake.
Camp Director Francis Sargeant
Francis Sargeant joined the Cal men’s tennis program as an assistant coach in July 2021View Francis's Bio ⟩
A former player at BYU, Sargeant spent the previous several seasons coaching at Stanford. He was an assistant coach for the Stanford men’s team in 2020-21, when he helped lead the Cardinal to the second round of the NCAA tournament, and he served as an assistant coach for the Stanford women in 2019-20. He was a volunteer assistant coach for the Cardinal men over the previous three years. Sargeant began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant for the Memphis men’s team in 2015-16, when the Tigers reached the NCAA tournament.
The England native played at BYU from 2012-15, ending his collegiate career with 91 singles wins. Sargeant earned All-WCC second-team honors twice and was named to the all-conference first team in doubles in the 2013 season. He graduated with a degree in sociology in 2015 and with two ITA Scholar-Athlete honors. In 2010 and 2011, he was the top-ranked U18 player in the United Kingdom.
2023 CAMP DATES
Camp Director: Dwayne Hultquist
- June 18-22
- June 25-29
- July 2-6 (National Training Camp)
- July 9-13
- July 16-20
We offer Day Camp (8:30am-4:00pm) and Overnight Camp for kids, ages 8-18, with All Skills, Tournament Training, and High School program during certain weeks.
All sessions are open to players of all abilities. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week.
- All Skills Program: The All Skills program is designed for tennis players of any skill level and background. Campers will learn fundamentals and improve upon their game.
- 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.
- National Training Camp (Tournament Training Program): The National Training Camp is geared towards tournament-level and ranked players looking to improve their tournament results, learn winning strategies, and work on mental toughness.
- Check-in: All campers Sunday 1:30pm-2:30pm at the dorms. Day campers will depart at 5:30pm.
- Check-out: Graduation at 3:30pm at the tennis courts for all campers on the final day of camp. Parents are invited to attend! Check-out immediately follows at 4:00pm.
- Day Camp Schedule: Sunday 1:30pm-5:30pm, Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4:00pm
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE FEE
- Instruction: Daily tennis training, morning and afternoon sessions
- Overnight campers: Dormitory housing on campus and all meals are provided
- Day campers: Lunch is provided (Monday-Thursday)
- Supervision: Staff members reside in rooms strategically placed throughout the dorm to provide optimal supervision and participate in all activities
- Camp T-shirt & Prizes: All campers receive a Nike Tennis Camps t-shirt and prize
- Day Campers: Lunch will be provided for Day Campers
- Overnight Campers: All meals are included
INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT, & FACILITY
- Ratio: 5:1 camper-to-coach ratio
- Groupings: Campers are grouped by age, ability, and experience
- Equipment Needed: All campers must bring a tennis racquet, tennis shoes, and a water bottle
- Facility: 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).
- Inclement Weather Plan: The Lawrenceville indoor courts will be under construction this summer and will not be available in the event of inclement weather. The camp will utilize a multi-court indoor space and focus on off-court training, nutrition, and mental toughness.
- Medical Protocol: Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital
- Dorm: Dawes Dorm Hall
- Number of Campers per Room: 2
- Roommates: Rooms are assigned by age & roommate requests. Roommate requests must be mutual and received no later than 14 days before the start of camp. If you don't have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age. It will be a great opportunity to meet someone new!
- Linens: Bed linens are NOT provided. Please bring sheets Twin XL, blanket, towel, facecloth, and pillow
- Air Conditioning: The dorms do NOT have A/C. Campers are encouraged to bring a fan
- Evening Activities: Supervised off-court activities may include daily swimming, a talent show, a camp dance, and a movie/pizza night.
- Weekend Stayovers: Not offered at this location
Nike Tennis Camp does not provide any transportation to/from camp from airports, 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.
PREPARE FOR CAMP: COMPLETE YOUR PRE-CAMP CHECKLIST
To view your customer account, complete your mandatory forms, pay balance dues, and review important camp information, visit Pre-Camp Checklist. All necessary camp information is on this page. If there are any imperative changes prior to camp start, registered campers will be notified via email and this webpage will be updated!
CHECKLIST OF THINGS TO BRING
Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment, and personal items. US Sports Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles or money.
Athletic, on-court tennis clothing
Tennis shoes (no running shoes)
Sweatshirt/warm-up jacket and pants
Signed Health & Release forms and waivers (forms completed online do not need to be printed and turned in at camp)
OVERNIGHT CAMPERS ONLY:
Athletic clothing mentioned above (1-2 pairs/day)
Comfortable off-court clothing (pants/shorts, t-shirts, sweatshirts 1 paid/day)
Swimsuit and towel (subject to change)
Shower flip flops
Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face wash, hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.)
Personal items & medications
Washcloth and bath towel
Bed sheets (if linens are not provided)
Comforter/blanket (if linens are not provided)
Pillow/pillow case (if linens are not provided)
For information regarding our cancellation policy and all other company policies, please visit USSC Policies.
NIKE TENNIS CAMP FAQ
For general questions about our tennis camps please see our FAQ page
Maximize your camp experience with SwingVision, an iPhone app that provides the following benefits when you record your play: watch a full match in 20 minutes with the dead-time automatically removed, view stats like shot placement, court positioning, shot speed, and consistency for each shot type, filter to particular shot or point types and easily create highlight videos of certain points or shots, access video analysis, and stats immediately after you finish recording, all on unlimited cloud storage.
Lawrenceville School is not in any way involved in the ownership or management of the Nike Tennis Camp.
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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
- 9:30pm Overnight Campers to Rooms
- 10:15pm Lights Out
He learned and had fun!
Wish the camp was longer
July 27, 2017: My son had a really rough first day/night due to homesickness. My husband and I had to coax him out of his room to even get him to go down to the first orientation meeting. I think the counselors could have been more engaged in the separation process. That said he was fine the second day. And at the end he said he wished the camp was longer.
— Karen P. Parent
very organized camp
7/9/2015 - This was a very organized camp. It was a fun camp.
— Elena S. Camper
so much fun and learned a lot
8/5/2015 - My 13 and 10 loved the experiences. The coaches made it so much fun and they learned a lot. The only complaint they have is the dorm and the bathroom.
— Lily W. Parent
Coaches were all super enthusiastic
8/10/2015 - Loved it!! Coaches all super enthusiastic and had great, concrete advice to give on improving. Plus they made it lots of fun. Thank you!
— Peter L. Camper
director and counselors were highly motivated
7/1/2016 - 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!
— Catherine F. Parent
coaches are great
7/8/2016 - I really enjoyed the camp. Your coaches are great. They helped me a lot.
— Frank L. Camper
had a really good time at the camp
7/10/2016 - My son had a really good time at the camp. He did mention that the camp could use some 'ice breaker' games/activities during the first 1-2 nights so that all the campers could start to know each other better in the beginning; particularly him being on the 'shy' side. Also, for parents, drop off was a bit unclear...there could've been better signage of the location of check-in and the dorm rooms. There were signs, but very small and we weren't sure what entrance to go in - so signage/directions on the campus needs to be more clear. Overall a good experience!!
— Lynne A. Parent
Loved the camp!
July 21, 2016: Loved the camp!
— Grace S. Camper
It was definitely a success!
July 27, 2016: 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.
— Christopher F. Parent
August 11, 2016: Thank you for providing a fun experience for a great sport.
— Fritz J. Parent
had an amazing time at camp!
August 12, 2016: 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.
— Tanin R. Camper
August 9, 2017: This was my son's first experience with sleep away camp. He truly had a wonderful experience. Unfortunately, the friend he came to camp with, left, but it didn't hinder his time in the least. He made a lot of new friends and enjoyed all his time there.
— Rebecca N. Parent
Well run and organized
August 8, 2017: The camp was well run and organized. The coaches were enthusiastic, motivating and helpful. Off court activities were fun. Can't wait for next year!
— Megan C. Camper
August 1, 2017: My daughter had a great time in the camp. She was one of the youngest kind and her counselors Chat , Jennifer, Anna, Valery and others went above and beyond to help her to adjust. She became more confident with her valley.
— Tamara M. Parent
Received great improvement tips
July 28, 2017: My son loves tennis and greatly enjoyed the very well run camp. He also received great improvement tips, had fun and looks forward to returning for another session!
— Nicole P. Parent
July 17, 2021: The counselors were fantastic. They were always encouraging and kind. The level of play amongst the campers was impressive. There was a good mix of drills, conditioning and match play. He loved the camp even with the extreme heat. Thank you so much!
— Sohini R., Parent
Loved the tennis
July 21, 2017: He loved the tennis matches and the Davis cup. He loved hanging with his friends in the dorms and going across the street to stores. He was also happy about the amount of freedom he had and loved all the coaches. There were some small organizational problems, but nothing major.
— Jennifer F. Parent
August 05, 2018: Got to improve techniques and engage in friendly matches.
— Elizabeth B. - Parent
Would definitely do it again!
August 03, 2018: Great experience and my son loved it! Said he would definitely do it again next year!
— Tamara W. - Parent
Most important of all, he played lots of tennis
August 03, 2018: He loved it. He likes all the instructors, the food and making new friends. Most important of all, he played lots of tennis. He will come back next year! Thanks.
— Guanghuang J. - Parent
An amazing experience
June 28, 2019: She learned allot of techniques and had something great to say about all the camp Instructors. They were all helpful and motivating and easy to approach. She said it was an amazing experience. She will definitely be back next year.
— Graziella D. - Parent
Loved the training, competitions, games and interacting with the counselors
July 12, 2019: He loved the training, the interaction with the counselors, the competitions and games. Food was also really appreciated and the carefulness with food allergies. The feedback at the end was also appreciated.
— Elena P. - Parent
Will be back next year for multiple weeks!
July 26, 2019: Our son learned so much this week and improved his tennis skills. He really enjoyed the camp and the content, the coaches and the campers. We live an hour away and he was excited every morning to get up and get going to camp! Thank you so much. We will be back next year and he will be enrolling for multiple weeks!
— Stacy C. - Parent
top notch instruction
Super friendly and encouraging tennis pros. Top notch instruction. Well run activities. Opportunity to meet new tennis friends.
— Donna M. - Parent
Constant feedback and encouragement
June 26, 2021: Allegra enjoyed meeting new people and being grouped with like-skilled children to help build her confidence. The constant feedback and encouragement helped her improved in the appropriate setting. We are looking forward to week #2!
— Gina M., Parent
Gained confidence from instructors
June 28, 2021: Eva met other kids who were nice even though they were better than her! That encouraged her to want to play better. She gained confidence in her game from the instructors.
— Sandra B., Parent
Best camp he has attended
July 3, 2021: Paulo loved the camp. He said it was the best tennis camp he has attended. He has been to a few different tennis camps. He also wants me to sign him up for more weeks.
— Liz B., Parent
July 3, 2021: Loved the games, drills, interactions with the coaches and other kids. Arjun basically loved everything!
— Shelia S., Parent
Helpful instructors but wish they pushed a bit more
July 4, 2021: Sarina always has fun at the camp, the instructors are helpful. She did wish they pushed her a bit more.
— Amar S., Parent
Better tennis player after camp
July 10, 2021: Will thoroughly enjoyed his time. Even though there was a heat wave most of the week and he had never played so much tennis consecutively, he looked forward to tennis camp each day! He had so much fun and said that he believes he’s a better tennis player coming out of this week. On a side a note, Lawrenceville probably has one of the best camp lunches!
— Thuy C., Parent
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