Below is a listing of athletic programs for young people that will take place on Furman's campus during the Summer of 2016. Additional programs are in the process of being scheduled; this section is updated as information is received. For more information, please contact the program coordinator or the Office of Summer Programs.
Elite camp: June 11-12 - Grades 9-12
Individual camp: June 12-15 - Age 4 through grade 12
Team camp: June 25-26 - Middle school, high school and AAU teams
Please visit the girls' basketball camp website
for more information or contact LaCheryl Smith at 864-294-3429
Niko Medved Basketball Camp at Furman University
Boys Team Camp: June 18-19
Day Camp: June 20-23 - full-day and half-day (8:00 AM-12:00 noon) sessions available
Camp will be comprised of on-court sessions along with activities and short lectures by the Furman coaching staff. The early morning sessions will be devoted to basic skills such as ball handling, shooting and passing. As the camp progresses, camp coaches will implement skills in team-related activities and contests. By the end of camp, you will have had quality instruction from Division I coaches and players, improved your overall basketball skill level, made new friends, and had a fun time!
For more information, contact Jay McAuley at 864-294-3444
, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit our website
Cross Country/Track Camps
Furman University Cross Country Camp
Session I: July 12-16
At the Furman University Cross Country Camp, our goal is to stimulate a love for running in young athletes (grades 7-12) by showing them how to accelerate their progress and success. By working with experienced and successful coaches, we are able to offer an unforgettable growth experience -- no matter what your skill level.
Our mission is to provide athletes with the tools to improve and to enjoy lifelong running.
For more information, contact Mickey McCauley at email@example.com
Furman Mountain Biking Camp
Session I: June 13-15 Session II: July 11-13
This is the thirteenth year for the basic mountain bike day camp for girls and boys at Furman University. The suggested age is eight to 12 years old. The camp is three full days from 8:30am to 4:00pm daily. The cost of camp includes lunch daily on campus and a t-shirt and certificate upon completion. Participants are required to have their own mountain bike and properly fitted helmet.
Instruction includes bicycle riding safety, bike safety checks, proper mounting and dismounting, balance techniques, negotiating obstacles, proper breaking and gearing, climbing and descending hills and descending steps. Road safety riding is also practiced. Extensive trail riding is done in groups designated for different rider skill levels. Participants should be in good physical condition and capable of riding in rough terrain.
The camp is conducted by Furman University Police officers with specially selected past participants and assistants. The student/counselor ration is usually four to one.
For more information, please call the Furman University Police Department at 864-294-2111
Bruce Fowler Football Camps
For more information on the football camps, visit our website
or contact Jordan Sorrells, Football Operations Director, at 864-294-2772
Senior Elite Camp
Session I: June 3
Session II: June 4
Session III: June 6
Session IV: June 11
Session V: July 15
The Paladin Elite Camps are designed to provide participants with a day of detailed football instruction focused on individual improvement. The Furman football staff will instruct campers on the techniques and fundamentals specific to his position on the field. It is our goal that each camper leaves the Furman campus having become a more complete football player. Each session of Elite Camp is identical to the others, therefore, it is not necessary to attend more than one session.
Quarterback and Wide Receiver Camp
Session I: June 8-10
Session II: June 12-14
An intensive, three-day residential camp for rising 8th-12th graders focused on improving the fundamentals of each player. Areas of focus will be fundamentals, technique, mechanics of the throwing motion, route running, speed and agility, and increasing knowledge of the game of football. Camp competitions will supplement instruction times and allow campers to apply what they have learned through the course of training sessions.
Offensive Line Camp
Session I: June 8-10
Session II: June12-14
An intensive, three-day residential camp for rising 8th-12th graders focused on improving the fundamentals of each player. Areas of focus will be fundamentals, blocking technique, blocking schemes, strength development, and increasing knowledge of the game of football. Camp competitions will supplement instruction times and allow campers to apply what they have learned through the course of training sessions.
Future Stars Youth Camps
A half day camp running from Tuesday through Thursday for ages 8-13 focused on exposing young football players to the fundamentals of the game. Campers will be exposed to high repetition drills, fundamental skills, and techniques required to play football. Daily games and competitions will supplement instruction times and give each camper the opportunity to apply what he has learned.
Todd Satterfield Golf Academy
Day camp session 1:
June 13-14 - 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM for ages 5-7
June 13-14 - 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM for ages 8-17
Day camp session 2:
July 18-22 - 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM for ages 5-7
July 18-22 - 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM for ages 8-17
or more information, visit our website
or call Todd Satterfield at 864-294-6283
Session I : June 2-5
Session II : July 22-25
For more information, please contact Richie Meade at firstname.lastname@example.org
Overnight camp: June 20-22
For more information, please contact Rachel Whitten at email@example.com
Roberts Rugby Academy
John Roberts, long-time coach of the Furman men’s rugby team, established a rugby academy at Furman in 2008 with the mission of fostering youth rugby development, good sportsmanship and camaraderie. The first camp was held in 2009; camp attendance doubled in 2010 and grew again in 2011 as good news of the camp spread.
For more information, please visit our website
Doug Allison's Soccer Academy
Boys & Girls Residential Academy: June 24-28
Boys & Girls ID Academy: June 17-19
Boys & Girls Half Day Academy: July 18-22
Under the direction of Head Coach Doug Allison, the Furman University Men's Soccer Program has established itself as one of the elite Division I programs in the country. Coinciding with this growth, Doug Allison's Soccer Academy has become one of this country's top and in-demand soccer camps.
The mix of experienced college and ODP staff coaches, coupled with first-class facilities at Furman University, creates an unforgettable and invaluable experience for each camper.
We invite you to join us at Doug Allison's Soccer Academy, with its air-conditioned dorms and safe, beautiful campus for a positive learning experience that you won't forget!
For more information on Doug Allison's Soccer Academy, please visit our website
Select Soccer Academy
Day camp: July 4-8
Overnight camp: July 22-24
For more information on the Select Soccer Academy, please contact Andrew Burr at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Jones' Nike Tennis Camp
Session I: June 19-23
Session II: June 27-July 1
Session III: July 10-14
Session IV: July 17-21
Participants in this co-ed camp, for players of all levels ages 9-16,
will enjoy and benefit from the excellent facilities at Furman’s
state-of-the-art tennis complex, thanks to 4 indoor and 13 outdoor
courts. They receive extensive individual instruction from highly
skilled instructors who are involved with all aspects of the program.
For more information, please call 864-294-2445