Athletic Camps Draw Students to Bryan Campus and Fort Bluff

June 5, 2015

June 5, 2015 – From June through the end of July, Bryan College and Fort Bluff Camp will be holding several sports-centered camps for junior high and high school students, and signups are now open.

Sports CampsThese exciting opportunities include three separate volleyball camps, one softball camp, and one cross country camp. Staffed and led by Bryan College coaching staff and athletes, these three camps provide an excellent time of training and camaraderie, focused on growing students as individuals and as teammates and growing the true love of the game in the hearts of campers.

Volleyball camps, directed by Head Volleyball Coach David Shumaker and Assistant Volleyball Coach Jessica Day, will take place June 10-12, July 6-9, and July 13-16. Rhea County High School Varsity Volleyball Coach Hannah Suits said that the camp “provides a Christ-centered camp that has made a huge impact” on her team and that her players have “developed new skills to better themselves and our program.”

The softball skills camp on June 23-24 will hone students’ skills also while building team spirit, and registration for this camp is due Tuesday, June 16.

Finally, the cross country camp on July 27-30 “provides male and female campers aged 12 to 18 with an educational and motivational experience as they prepare for their upcoming cross country season. The focus of the camp is to provide appropriate training, based on the individual’s current fitness level, as well as group and individual instruction that will lead to new levels of success,” according to the Bryan Lions website, and will be held at Fort Bluff. Registration is due July 10.

Bryan College Athletic Director Taylor Hasty remarked, “Bryan College is such a special place, and our coaches do a wonderful job with our athletes.  Signing up for a camp is a great way to get involved with us here at Bryan. Not only with your athlete receive excellent athletic instruction but they will also learn life principles as well.”

Written by Chloe Ann Nardone ’13, assistant director of marketing, 423.775.7206;