Penn State Football To Host Lion Strong Sports Camp Program
Penn State football announced it will host its Lion Strong 7on Passing Camp & Big Man Challenge as part of its sports camp programs over the summer. The team’s sports camps are intended to provide high school and non-scholastic teams the opportunity to learn with the Nittany Lions coaching staff.
The 7on Passing Camps and Big Man Challenge will be offered on Friday, June 16 or Friday, June 23 at Beaver Stadium. Registration for both events is expected to begin at 8 a.m., with final play concluding at 4:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. for the 7on passing event and Big Man Challenge, respectively.
Attendees of the camps will receive instruction from Penn State football coaching staff and players with the goal of growth and development across an entire team.
The 7on experience will allow teams to compete in at least five games throughout the camp, with feedback from coaching staff provided from these matchups. As part of the Big Man Challenge, participants will compete in drills individually and against teams and will receive individualized feedback to help develop technique and skill.
Registrations are available online for coaches or other team representatives for the June 16 or June 23 camp dates. Costs range between $300 to $660, depending on the team size. A non-refundable deposit of $100 must be made online to reserve the team’s spot in the event.
Registration will close ten days prior to the start of each event, so plan accordingly.
More information is available online for coaches including pricing structure, a program schedule, registration instructions, and required equipment to bring.
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