The Catholic University of America

May 30, 2013

Summer Sports, Architecture, and Engineering Camps Offered at Catholic University

 
 

Baseball Coach Ross Natoli has offered camps to youths for more than 25 years.

Although many of its undergraduate students go home during the summer months, the Catholic University campus in Washington, D.C., stays abuzz with activity — thanks in part to summer camps.

High school students with an interest in engineering or architecture have the opportunity to learn more about both the academic and professional sides of the disciplines.

The Experiences in Architecture program is an intense three-week workshop in July for students interested in architecture or other design-related fields. The program prepares students for the rigors of architecture school while acquainting them with campus life at the university level.

Engineering New Frontiers is a weeklong, residential summer camp for rising high school juniors and seniors held from July 14 to 19. Through the program, students work closely with CUA engineering faculty members to explore a wide variety of opportunities in engineering. Living on campus, students experience college life and are exposed to the best of Washington, D.C., including special museum tours, sporting events, and other activities.

For more information on the academic programs, visit http://summer.cua.edu/.

Student-athletes have been coming to CUA during the summer for athletic training camps for more than 20 years.

Boys and girls ages 7 to 15 are invited to participate in weeklong basketball academies during June, July and August. These camps are a chance for young players to work with the coaches and players of CUA’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, which this year participated in the NCAA Division III Tournament.

Lacrosse camps are offered for male and female players in June and July. Women’s clinics take place June 20 and July 18. Capital Lacrosse Camp for boys will take place July 28 to 31 and will feature a special appearance this year by Paul Rabil.

Longtime baseball coach Ross Natoli hosts a camp from June 24 to 28 focusing on the fundamentals of baseball, advanced skills development, and college prospect exposure.

Field hockey coach Gia Cillizza, the winningest coach in the team’s history at CUA, hosts residential and extended-day Revolution Field Hockey Camps for girls ages 10 to 18 of all positions and ability levels. Camp will take place July 24 to 27. 

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