Summer Youth Camps and Programs

SUNY Oneonta hosts several summer programs for various interests and ages. Some of our programs are directed by our own faculty, coaches, and students, while others are managed by outside private groups. Please review the links below for further information. If you still have other questions feel free to contact 607-436-2077 or Graig.Eichler@oneonta.edu.

2019 Camps and Programs

Camp

Arrival

Depart

SUNY Oneonta Team Camp 15-June 15-June

Oneonta Basketball Camp (boys & girls)

1-July 5-July
Coaches Express- Basketball Clinic 11-Aug 11-Aug
Cooperstown Baseball World (week 1) 13-July 19-July
College United- Premier Field Hockey Camp 14-July 17-July

SUNY Oneonta Women's Basketball Camp (girls)

14-July 17-July
Oneonta Pop Music Experience (week 1) 15-July 19-July
Hoop Mountain NY Girls - Offensive Skills Camp 17-July 20-July

Cooperstown Baseball World (week 2)

20-July 26-July

Oneonta Red Dragon Volleyball Camp

21-July 24-July
Oneonta Pop Music Experience (week 2) 22-July 26-July
GO STEM INSTITUTE 2019: Exploring Earth With Drones 22-July 26-July
Hoop Mountain NY Boys Offensive Skills Camp 24-July 27-July
Cooperstown Baseball World (week 3) 27-July 2-August
SUNY Oneonta Soccer Summer Clinic 28-July 28-July

Munchkin All-Sport Camp

29-July 1-August

Oneonta Pop Music Experience (week 3)

29-July 2-Aug

Headwaters Soccer Camp

12-Aug 15-Aug

SUNY Oneonta Team Camp

SUNY Oneonta head men's basketball coach Cameron Conover is hosting a team camp on June 15, 2019. High school coaches must complete the camp application to register. For more information please contact Cameron.Conover@Oneonta.edu or 607-436-3280.

Oneonta Basketball Camp

Boys and Girls basketball camp hosted at SUNY Oneonta for ages 6-17. The camp is led by head men's basketball coach Cameron Conover. The day camp runs from July 1-5, 2019, starting each day at 9am and ending at 3pm. To register for the camp, please email Cameron Conover at cmconover@gmail.com.

Go STEM Institute 2019: Exploring Earth With Drones


July 22-26, 2019
A.J. Read Science Discovery Center at SUNY Oneonta

Google Maps can show you any place on earth, and yet there is so much left to discover! Guided by satellites in space, remote-piloted drones have extended our ability to explore our world. And we discover new things every day: the ruins of civilizations lost to history, massive cave systems, and exotic new species of plants and animals. Drones can go where we can’t, and often see what we can’t. Institute participants will learn all about this revolutionary new technology, including the principles of coding, GPS, electronics, aeronautics, flight safety, and the career opportunities in the growing field of remote piloted vehicles. We’ll learn about some of the most exciting exploration and mapping projects out there, hear first-hand from people in the field, and log lots of flight time on our own drones! Institute participants will join in this new golden age of exploration, building skills and knowledge that lead up to a final project: remotely exploring a local natural area that’s hard to reach, except for drones!

For more information please contact Douglas.Reilly@oneonta.edu.

Cooperstown Baseball World - CBW


Cooperstown Baseball World is the only week-long tournament camp of its kind, owned and run by baseball professionals. Each summer tournaments are offered in the 12u, 13u, 14u 1nd 16u age categories, It features a college atmosphere, skills competitions, a visit to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, strong family interaction and induction for the Players and Coaches into the National Youth Hall of Fame!

Each summer, CBW utilizes seven fields total; four on campus and three off campus fields in the town of Oneonta. Additionally, our complex is equipped with six Major League style batting cages.

With the idea of home and road games, the 14U - 16U games are played at three full sized, state-of-the-art fields: the SUNY Oneonta Varsity Baseball Field, Damaschke Field, and the Neahwa Park Field. It is here at Damaschke Field that Babe Ruth played in the 20’s and where Bernie Williams, Andy Pettite, Al Leiter, and Jorge Posada all played in the 80’s and 90’s. This field was also home to the Detroit Tigers Class “A” team.

CBW hosts their Individual Skill Competitions as if it were a pro or college try-out giving a young player the experience of what needs to be done to make it in the Major Leagues! All winners are awarded a custom plaque, engraved with their category.

Coaches Express Clinic

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to improve your game and be instructed by college coaches.

We are looking for: Talented players who are committed to improving their game!

Opportunity to: Train at SUNY Oneonta Dewar Arena with Experienced
DIII coaches as your instructors.

You will receive: Instruction, tactical discussion, leadership skills and connections to assist your collegiate search.

Mark Your Calendar:

August 11, 2019 11am-4pm (camp registration 10:30am)

For more information ~ contact: Daphne Thompson
SUNY Oneonta Women’s Basketball Coach

Cost: $55 per athlete
Competitive Basketball Players: 15, 16, 17, or 18 years of age - looking to grow their game are encouraged to participate.

SUNY Oneonta Women’s Basketball Camp

SUNY Oneonta Women’s Basketball will host a girl’s developmental overnight/commuter camp.
Camp counselors will include the present team members. The camp is designed to develop basic fundamentals of the game. Daily activities include: one on one and three on three instruction; fundamental stations; and games. The camp will be held July 14-17, for girls ages 10-18. Camp registration begins Sunday evening at 5pm. Camp begins at 6:30pm and ends Wednesday at 3pm. For more information contact Daphne Thompson, Women’s Basketball coach at Daphne.Thompson@oneonta.edu or 607-436-2360.

Cost: Resident - $310 Commuter - $265
Groups of 5 or more from the same school may deduct $15 from the full price of the camp; provided all team members register together.

Early Application Deadline:
A $35 non-refundable deposit is required with this application and deducted from the cost of the camp.

Registration form, Health form, Payment and emergency contact information form are required to attend camp.

All registrations received after July 8th require payment in full, at time of registration for application to be processed

Please send payment to:

Daphne Thompson, Women's Basketball Coach, SUNY Oneonta, 108 Ravine Parkway, Oneonta, NY 13820

Make checks payable to SUNY Oneonta.

College United- Premier Field Hockey Camp

SUNY Oneonta will be hosting a Premier Field Hockey Camp July 14-17, 2019. Colleges United will bring together coaches from 10 different institutions for the ultimate field hockey experience. All skill sessions will take place on the campus’s premier turf fields. Camp is open to ages 10-18. Resident campers $415 Commuter campers $365. Camp begins 12 noon on Sunday and ends 12 noon on Wednesday. Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity!

Camp flyer with information

Online registration available here

Hoop Mountain NY Girls - Girls Academy Camp

The Academy (ages 11- 18) Residential, Commuter, and Day Camp options, are available. Teams are welcome, please call Dave (607) 785-8603.
Hoop Mountain New York Girls Academy is a 4 day, 3 night basketball learning experience. At Hoop Mountain New York Girls Academy we pride ourselves on teaching basketball from the basic fundamentals for beginning players to advanced techniques for experienced players. One of the principal components of the Academy is the teaching staff where our staff of college and high school coaches help campers learn both offensive and defensive skills needed to be effective on the court. To complement teaching stations, the Academy offers both individual and team competitions. These allow participants to put to use skills learned at stations. The combination of learning new skills and competing at appropriate ability levels insures that each and every camper at Hoop Mountain New York Girls Academy will improve from the novice hoopster to the experienced varsity player. The Academy will help you make yourself a better basketball player.

Register for the Hoop Mountain NY Girls camp.

Girls Academy Camp
July 17 – July 20

For players looking to sharpen their offensive skills set. This camp will benefit a younger player whose game is just developing, to the Varsity player looking for exposure to College Coaches. Some skills covered: ball handling, shooting, passing, rebounding, footwork, and specific guard, forward and post play.

SUNY Oneonta Soccer Summer Clinic

When: Sunday, July 28, 2019 Time: Registration 11am – 12pm Clinic 12pm-4pm
Where: Red Dragon Field on the Campus of SUNY Oneonta Rain Plan: Alumni Field House
Cost: $75.00 per camper includes Oneonta Training Shirt Open to Girls 9th grade and above at time of camp.


The SUNY Oneonta Soccer Summer Clinic is intended for high school girl’s 9th grade or older looking to improve their soccer skills. This clinic is an excellent opportunity to brush up on your skills and get exposure to college level coaching.

The Clinic will focus on individual technical skills instruction with an opportunity to show your skills in live games. Pre-registration is recommended. We will limit the camp size to 60 girls so that individualized attention from coaching staff will be a priority. Please fill out the registration form and mail it to the address below along with cash or check for $75.00. Checks should be made payable to: SUNY Oneonta Women’s Soccer. No refunds will be given without medical documentation stating camper is unable to participate in the clinic.

Register for the girls academy camp.

Please mail all registrations and payments to:
Attn: Head Coach Liz McGrail
SUNY Oneonta
Chase PE Building 203
Oneonta, NY 13820

Munchkin All-Sport Camp

This summer the SUNY Oneonta women's soccer team will present the 23rd Annual Eastman Associates Munchkin All-Sport Camp. The Camp has blossomed into a local retreat for children to grow socially and recreationally. Children will be exposed to games and skill instruction in a variety of activities to include: soccer, tennis, racquetball, track & field, kickball, basketball, badminton, volleyball and T-ball.

The camp will be held at SUNY Oneonta July 29-August 1, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm daily with an option to stay until 4:00 pm for boys and girls 5-12 years old.
Each participant is asked to bring

  • Comfortable athletic attire
  • Sneakers
  • Lunch

Register for the Munchkin All-Sport Camp.

For further Information, contact Liz McGrail by email or phone at 607-436-3474.

Oneonta Pop Music Experience (OPME)


OPME 2019 is a pop music camp that runs 9am–4pm Mon–Fri for two weeks in July, and is held at SUNY Oneonta’s Fine Arts Center, home to its Music and Music Industry programs. These weeks will offer participants specialized instruction on your instrument or voice and pop ensemble coaching, but will also provide an introduction to a variety of musical styles, music theory and ear training, songwriting, arranging, production and to playing live music. The week will conclude with a live show by all ensembles and a recording of the camp’s musical efforts!

OPME is mostly for teenaged musicians who have played a pop/rock band instrument such as bass, guitar, keyboard or drums or have sung in a structured setting for at least two years. Younger students may be considered if they have considerable experience, interest, and will do well at engaging in music activities for each of our camp days.
The tuition for the week (includes Dining Services lunch each day) is $350. Please register to confirm that there is still places available for your instruction/voice.

For more information, please contact Dr. Paul Carter at Paul@OneontaPopMusic.org

Oneonta Red Dragon Volleyball Camp

The Red Dragon Women’s Volleyball program will host a girls' general skills overnight/commuter camp. Camp counselors are members of the women’s volleyball team who stay onsite with all campers. The camp is designed to develop and fine tune the correct fundamentals of setting, passing, serving, hitting, and defensive play. Through competitive games and exercises, along with one-on-one instruction from the counselors, we hope that each camper will walk away instilled with a new love for the game.


When: July 21-July 24, 2019
Ages: 6th grade - 12th grades, ages 10 - 18


Resident cost $385
Commuter cost $295


24-hour adult supervision provided by the Red Dragon Women's Volleyball team, as well as an onsite certified athletic trainer, and 24-hour campus security.
Discounts are available.


Contact information:
Ashley Coyle, Head Women's Volleyball Coach, (607)436-2145; ashley.coyle@oneonta.edu

Hoop Mountain NY Boys Offensive Skills Camp

July 24 – July 27

Offensive Skill Camp (ages 11 – 18) Residential, Commuter, and Day Camp options. Teams are welcome. Please call Dave at (607) 785-8603.

For players looking to sharpen their offensive skills set. This camp will benefit a younger player whose game is just developing, to the Varsity player looking for exposure to College Coaches. Some skills covered: ball handling, shooting, passing, rebounding, footwork, and specific guard, forward and post play.

Register for the Hoop Mountain NY Boys Offensive Skills Camp.

Headwaters Soccer Camp


The Headwaters Soccer Camp is a non-profit service organization that operates seven consecutive day camps, with one being on the campus of SUNY Oneonta. The camp runs daily from 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday for boys and girls ages 7-17.

For further information, Call: 800-724-0309 or visit the website.

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