2014 Overnight Camp
2014 Competition Camp
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Hoosier Boys Tennis Camp
Athletic Dept., Indiana University
1001 East 17th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408
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"Team Discount" Offers Special Opportunity for High School Tennis Teams!
The IU Boys Tennis Camp has a special feature if you're thinking about coming to camp as a team. The Boys Tennis Team Discount offers your high school team an opportunity to save on each of your registrations AND for your team and high school coach to get a special 1 1/2 hour training session with Coach Randy Bloemendaal!
Here's how it works (note: this discount is open to any and all teams until all spots have been reserved):
- Get at least six members of your high school team to register for the Overnight option of camp. Be sure to select the "Team Discount" option on the registration form
- Once six members of your team have registered for camp, you've guaranteed your spot. If you paid your registration in full, a refund will be issued to your credit card once six members have registered. Coach Bloemendaal will contact your high school coach to make arrangements on which day of camp will include your private team training session with Coach. The session will take place after dinner at the IU Varsity Courts.
It's important to note that there are only four team slots available (one for each day, Monday-Thursday), and your team's slot can't be reserved until at least six members of your team have registered! So register TODAY!! You'll be saving $50 off each of your registrations, AND getting a special opportunity to work privately with Coach Bloemendaal!
Register on-line now to take advantage of this great opportunity. If you have additional questions,
E-Mail Coach Bloemendaal or call him directly (812-855-1006).
We hope to see you in camp!
Randy Bloemendaal - Men's Tennis Coach, Indiana University
A 15-year head coaching veteran, Randy Bloemendaal is in his sixth season as the IU men's tennis coach and is turning the Hoosier program into one of the Big Ten's best.
In 2010-11, Bloemendaal guided the Hoosiers to a 23-8 record, including a 9-1 mark in the Big Ten. The 23 wins established a new school record, while the league mark earned Indiana a No. 2 seed in the Big Ten tourney. After advancing to the Big Ten Tournament semifinals, Bloemendaal's squad earned an At-Large berth to the NCAA Championships. The NCAA invitation was IU's second under Bloemendaal, coming after a 2008 berth in Bloemendaal's debut season that represented the program's first NCAA trip since 2001.
Last season, IU won 18 matches to go along with a slew of individual accolades for Bloemendaal's players. Senior Josh MacTaggart and freshman Sam Monette earned first-team All-Big Ten honors, marking the third straight year IU has had at least two players named all-conference.
A recent inductee into his alma mater Lees-McCrae College's Athletic Hall of Fame, Bloemendaal's Indiana record now stands at 88-55 record.
Before arriving at IU in the fall of 2006 as an assistant coach, Bloemendaal served as the head men's and women's tennis coach at Charleston Southern University. In 2005, Bloemendaal led the sixth-seeded men's team to the Big South Championship match for the first time since 2002. Over his two seasons, the Buccaneer men went 22-23, including a 16-11 mark during the 2005 campaign. Prior to his hiring at Charleston Southern, Bloemendaal served as the head men's and women's coach at his alma mater, Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, N. C. Bloemendaal was the head coach of both squads from 1995-2003. During his eight years with the Bobcats, the men's team amassed a 159-36 (.815) mark, while the women were 110-63 (.634).
Patric Hynes - Assistant Men's Tennis Coach, Indiana University
After spending seven seasons as the head coach at Presbyterian College's men's program, Patric Hynes is in his second season as IU's assistant coach. At Presybterian, Hynes helped build the program into a Division II power, and then oversaw the program's move to Division I in 2008 as a member of the Big South Conference. In its final two seasons at the Division II level (2006, 2007), Hynes led Presbyterian to back-to-back undefeated conference seasons and championships. Hynes came to Presbyterian College from Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, N.C. where he spent the previous season as head men's and women's tennis coach. In 2004, Hynes led the men's team to an 18-4 overall record and a second place finish in the Carolinas-Virginia Conference regular season while the women's team compiled a 17-4 mark and also finished second in the CVAC. Both Lees-McRae tennis teams also excelled in the classroom as they earned ITA Academic All-American honors.
Adam Herendeen - Head Men's Tennis Coach, Presbyterian College
After spending two years as Presbyterian College's assistant men's and women's tennis coach, Herendeen was named head coach of the men's program two years ago. A 2009 Presbyterian College graduate, Herendeen helped both the men's and women's programs to new Division I era highs for wins in 2011. The men recorded 11 wins last season, while the women won nine dual matches after winning only five in 2010. As a player, Herendeen was a four-year letterwinner from 2006-09 while playing for current IU Assistant Coach Patric Hynes.
Chuck Kriese - Former Head Men's Tennis Coach, Clemson University
After compiling a 685-418 record in 33 years as the head coach at Clemson and leading the Tigers to 10 ACC Championships, Kriese left the college ranks in the spring of 2008 to tackle a new challenge. In April of 2008 Kriese was named the national tennis coach for Thailand. In his 30-plus years of coaching both nationally and internationally, Kriese has guided young people to great tennis careers and camp experiences. He has conducted clinics and seminars around the United States and the world. Hundreds of his former campers have received college tennis scholarships and several have continued on as professional players and coaching as well (Nine of his former players have reached the top 100 in the ATP world rankings). Kriese did his initial coaching apprenticeship under Australian Coaching Legend Harry Hopman. Kriese has lectured around the world about his teaching, motivation, leadership and coaching techniques. He has appeared on ESPN's instructional series "Play Your Best Tennis" and speaks regularly as a motivational speaker. He has authored five books and his book Coaching Tennis is considered one of the most comprehensive tennis and coaching books ever written.
Sunday evening after dinner, all players will be evaluated by Coach Bloemendaal and placed into groups of similar ability. Groups will be rearranged if necessary as the week progresses. Biomechanically sound stroke production, correction of existing strokes, and proper footwork will be emphasized with all groups. Extensive drilling to sharpen all strokes and competitive matches will be used to improve each player. Stretching, conditioning, weight training, proper practice habits, and basic and advanced singles and doubles match strategy will also be covered on the court and in the classroom.
The camp will use the ten Indiana University Varsity Tennis Courts. In case of rain the camp will have use of the adjacent Indiana University Tennis Pavilion.
Players will be housed in a sorority house located a short walk from the tennis complex. The house will provide the campers with a superior living environment to regular school dormitories. There will be more room, more privacy and better 24 hour supervision by the tennis staff. Meals are served three times a day.
A certified athletic trainer will be on call to care for minor injuries and attend to all athletic training needs. I.U. Health Center services will also be available to each camper on a fee for service basis. Parents must complete the consent form on the linked page with the application.
Indiana's Olympic size outdoor pool will be available and well supervised for recreational swimming.
Overnight Camp (boys only) - June 22-26, 2014. Camp is limited to 60 campers, ages 9-18. Camp begins with registration on Sunday afternoon and ends on Thursday afternoon.
OVERNIGHT CAMP REGISTRATION
All players will register at the house between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. (Central) on the Sunday afternoon.
Overnight Camp - Cost for one week at the Hoosier Tennis Camp for Boys is $695/Resident and $575/Extended-Day (9 a.m. - 9:45 p.m.). The Resident fee includes room and board, use of campus pool, indoor court fees, and a camp t-shirt. The Extended-Day fee excludes the room and some meals. A $250 deposit is required with your application. Credit cards are accepted.
The woodland campus of Indiana University at Bloomington situated in the picturesque rolling hills of southern Indiana, is the site for the Hoosier Tennis Camp for Boys. Located one hour south of Indianapolis, Bloomington is easily accessible by highway, air and bus.
Transportation to and from the tennis camp is the responsibility of the parents. If given at least one week's notice the staff will pick up players at the bus depot or Bloomington Shuttle.
SUPERVISION AND RULES
Parents may be assured that all players receive 24 hours a day supervision. We make every effort to provide a program where campers will have fun while learning. We reserve the right to send any camper home, without a refund, if he or she does not conduct themselves in a manner that will enhance proper and safe learning, good sportsmanship and a willingness to follow directions.
THE OVERNIGHT CAMP DAILY SCHEDULE
- 7 am: GOOD Morning footwork
- 8 am: Breakfast
- 9 am-Noon: Morning Workout; stretching, lecture and drills
- 12:15 pm: Lunch and rest period
- 1:30-4 pm: Lectures, Match Play Tournament/Davis Cup Format
- 4-5 pm: Voluntary extra help session/Pool Time
- 5:30 pm: Dinner
- 7-9 pm: Evening activity: lectures, guest speakers, movies, bowling, billiards, miniature golf, camp dance, exhibitions, guest speakers
- 10:30: pm: In Rooms
- 11 pm: Lights out - QUIET