Camps & Clinics

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2018 Tigers Baseball Fall Camp #1

Date:  Saturday Sept. 22, 2018

Check-In:  9:15am-9:45am

Camp:  10am-3pm 

Campers:  High School Students (grades 9-12); Graduation classes 2019-2022

Cost: $70

Deadline:  Thursday Sept. 20, 2018 at 11:55pm

Register & Pay Online

2018 Tigers Baseball Fall Camp #2

Date:  Saturday Oct. 13, 2018

Check-In:  9:15am-9:45am

Camp:  10am-3pm 

Campers:  High School Students (grades 9-12); Graduation classes 2019-2022

Cost: $70

Deadline:  Thursday Oct. 11, 2018 at 11:55pm

Register & Pay Online

For more information, contact Head Baseball Coach Brian McGee at 937-327-6494 or

Girls' Basketball


Basketball Shootout

Due to our athletic facility renovation, the women's basketball program will not be hosting a team shootout this summer (2018).  We will be back with the Tiger Team Shootout next June in the summer of 2019.  We look forward to seeing you next summer!



For more information, contact the camp director, Head Women's Basketball Coach Kelly Mahlum, at

2018 Men's Basketball Comprehensive Skills Camp

July 22-25, 2018


  • Boys entering grades 4-12 in the fall of 2018
  • Three different camper plan options:
    • Resident - includes 3 nights lodging, 9 all-you-can-eat meals, and 10 basketball sessions.
    • Extended Day - includes 6 all-you-can-eat meals and all 10 basketball sessions.
    • Regular Day - includes 4 all-you-can-eat meals and 8 basketball sessions.

Wittenberg University Men’s Basketball Tradition of Success

The Wittenberg University men’s basketball program is the all-time winningest NCAA Division III program in the country measured by both total number of victories and winning percentage. The Tigers have participated in more NCAA tournaments and Final Fours than any other DIII program in the nation. Taking all NCAA divisions into account, the Tigers have the third best winning percentage, which places then in front of such esteemed programs as Duke, Kansas and UCLA.

Matt Croci | Nathan Wahle | Pat Carlisle

Camp Director and Instructional Staff

Wittenberg Head Coach Matt Croci brings 9 seasons as a head coach and 19 years of college coaching experience as the Camp Director. Croci is a former Wittenberg All-American, a member of the schools Hall of Honor and is the only person in the history of the North Coast Athletic Conference to be named both Player and Coach of the Year. Wittenberg assistant coach Nathan Wahle returns for his 3rd summer as the Co-Director of the camp as well as camp favorite, assistant coach Pat Carlisle. The camp staff will also include some of the best high school and college coaches, in addition to current Wittenberg players.

Highlights and Features of the Comprehensive Skills Camps

  • The emphasis of the camp is on fundamental basketball skill instruction and concepts of team play.
  • Passing, dribbling, shooting, individual offense and defense, and rebounding are primary instruction areas.
  • Camper to instructor ratio will be 10 campers to 1 instructor.
  • All camp activity takes place indoors – total of 5 courts and 20 baskets with three courts and 14 baskets located in an
    air-conditioned gymnasium.
  • Daily 3/3 and 5/5 competitive play with tournaments in both 3/3 and 5/5 conducted on final day of camp.
  • Maximum of 8 players per 5/5 camp team.
  • Both the Residence Hall and dining hall are also air-conditioned.


Tentative Daily Schedule of Comprehensive Skills Camps

7:30 a.m. Wake Up – Breakfast

9:00 a.m. Warm Up – Ball Handling

9:15 a.m. Fundamental Skill Teaching Stations

10:45 a.m. 5/5 Camp League Play

12:00 p.m. Lunch – Rest Break

1:30 p.m. Warm Up – 3/3 Instruction/Play

2:15 p.m. Shooting Instruction

3:00 p.m. Fundamental teaching lecture

3:30 p.m. 5/5 Camp League Play

4:45 p.m. Free Time – Swimming – Dinner

6:30 p.m. Individual Instruction

7:00 p.m. Warm Up - ballhandling

7:20 p.m. Fast Break Play

8:00 p.m. 5/5 Camp League Play

9:00 p.m. Return to Residence Hall

11:00 p.m. Lights Out

Outstanding Facilities

All camp activities are conducted in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) Center on the Wittenberg campus. The HPER Center includes 5 full courts and 22 basket areas. The main instruction area is in an AIR-CONDITIONED gym.

Campers also will have access to an Olympic size swimming pool.

Firestine Residence Hall is also AIR-CONDITIONED. It is located just 100 yards from the HPER Center and 150 yards from the Dining Hall. Camp coaches reside on the same floors as the campers and provide meal break and evening supervision in the dormitory. Roommate assignments are made according to camp registration form requests.

Campers who do not specify a roommate will be paired with a camper of comparable age.

Comprehensive Skills Camps Fee

Resident camper - $340
Includes 3 nights lodging, 9 all-you-can-eat meals, and 10 basketball sessions.

Extended day camp - $245
Includes 6 all-you-can-eat meals and all 10 basketball sessions.

Regular day camp - $215
Includes 4 all-you-can-eat meals and 8 basketball sessions.

Register & Pay Online

Click here for camp flyer and mail-in registration.

2018 Men's Basketball Tiger Top 50 Camp

Wittenberg Men's Basketball is offering the opportunity to receive elite college level coaching and instruction. The primary focus will be to build offensive skills through drills and game simulated repetitions that are able to be taken and applied beyond the camp. Our coaching staff will provide feedback and instruction that is specific to each individual. Not only will you receive high quality coaching and repetitions, but you will experience it on the campus of the NCAA Division III all-time winningest basketball program in the country.

When: Sunday, September 23, 2018, 12-5pm | Check-in at 11:30am
Cost: $50
Age Level: Going into 10th-12th grade

  • T-shirt
  • Lunch
  • Information on college admissions process with a Wittenberg admissions counselor
  • Academic information from a Wittenberg professor
  • Interaction with current Wittenberg coaches and players

Register & Pay Online

For more information, contact Matt Croci at 937-327-6469 or

Co-Ed Cheerleading

2014 Wittenberg Cheer Camp

Dates: Dec. 7, 12, 13
$50 per child
Frozen Cheer Camp [PDF] 

Register & Pay Online

For more information, contact Head Cheerleading Coach Lori Rahrle at

Girls' Field Hockey

Please check back soon!

For more information, contact Head Field Hockey Coach Kelley Hubbell, at 937-327-6499 or

Boys' Football

2018 Tiger Junior Football Camp

Ages: Grades 3-9
June 5-7, 2018
Additional Information: 
Tiger Jr Camp Brochure

Register & Pay Online

2018 Tiger Football Prospect Camp

Ages: Grades 9-12
Date: June 7, 2018
 $30 if registered before June 1; $35 after that date

Register & Pay Online

For more information, contact the camp director, Assistant Football Coach Tom Mescher at 614-404-2710 or

Girls' Lacrosse


For more information, contact the camp director, Head Women's Lacrosse Coach Nicholle St. Pierre at 937-327-6490 or

Boys' Lacrosse

2016 Tiger Top 50 Camp

Date: Sept. 25, 8-11am.
$100 per student

Register & Pay Online

For more information, contact the camp director, Head Men's Lacrosse Coach Jay Owen at 937-327-6451 or

Girls' Soccer

Wittenberg Women's Soccer ID Camp

April 7, 2019

Fee: $85


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Wittenberg Women's Soccer Summer ID Camp

June 14-16, 2019

Residential: $195

Commuter: $175 


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For more information, contact Women's Soccer Coach Katie Robinson at 937-327-6496 or

Boys' Soccer

2018 Summer ID Clinic

Dates: June 15, 4-8pm
Commuter: $75

Register online

For more information, contact Men's Soccer Coach Dwight Burgess at 937-327-7085 or

Girls' Softball

2019 Clinics

Dates: Sunday, February 17, 2019 // 1:00 PM -- 4:00 PM

Wittenberg University Softball Skill Camp - All ages


Skill Instruction Includes: Hitting, Speed & Agility, Defense

Fee: $60 

Register & Pay Online

For more information, contact Head Softball Coach Shannon Schaub, at 419.651.521 or

Co-Ed Strength and Conditioning 

2017 Strength, Speed and Endurance Clinic

Why Wittenberg Strength, Speed, & Endurance clinic? 
• Qualified coaches who have trained multiple NCAA Champions and All-Americans
• Clinic will build on strength and speed for all sports
• Clinic will functionally assess each athlete 
• Athletes will learn proper lifting form, proper running form, and improve total fitness

Dates: June 12-July 19

Ages: 13-18


Online Registration 

For more information, contact Men's and Women's Track and Field Head Coach Paris Hilliard, at 937-327-7094 or 

Co-Ed Swimming & Diving

2017 Summer Swim Clinic 

Dates: June 5 to 8, 2017 and June 12 to 15, 2017; 9:30 to 11:30 AM

Ages: 9th through 12th grades

Fee: $65

Registration: [Session 1] [Session 2]


For more information, contact the Head Swimming & Diving Coach Will Bernhardt, at 937-327-6446 

Co-Ed Track & Field

2016 Track Camp

June 27-29

Resident camper - $325
Commuter camper - $285 

More information:
Camp Directors
Coaching Staff
Facilities and Directions
Photo Gallery
Join our email list
Concussion Form
Insurance, Waiver & Parental Authorization Form

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For more information, contact Camp Director Tessa Roberts at

Girls' Volleyball

Camp Coaching Staff


Head Coach: Evelyn Carus

Carus was named the assistant coach in March 2016 after spending her first year as the assistant coach at Alma College in Michigan. Carus was a four-year letter winner as a libero at Otterbein University, where she ranks in the top-10 for digs in a career, season and match. Playing for former Tiger All-American and current Otterbein Head Coach Monica McDonald, Carus played a key role in the Cardinals' 2012 Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament championship. Otterbein advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament three times during her collegiate career.

Carus was named the head coach of the Tigers in May of 2018. 

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2019 Tiger Youth Camp

Who: Entering 3rd - 6th graders
When: July 16th 

Check-In: 8:30am

Session One: 9:00am - 10:30am

Snack Break: 10:30am - 11:00am 

Session 2- 11:00am -12:30pm

Cost: $25 per day

This camp is perfect for both NEW PLAYERS and CONTINUING DEVELOPMENT of young players. We will be teaching volleyball skills, movements and helping to develop athleticism and coordination. Wittenberg staff will provide positive, energetic teaching!

Campers that attend both days will receive a Wittenberg Volleyball t-shirt.

Lunch not included

Register online!

All Skills Camp

Who: For players entering 6th-12th Grade

When: July 12th & 13th

Monday (July 12th) Single Day Attendance Only: $80
-2:00pm - Check-in
-2:30pm - Session 1
-5:00pm - Break for dinner (residents and commuters)
-6:00pm - Session 2
-8:30pm - Conclude

Tuesday (July 13th) Single Day Attendance Only: $80
-8:30am - Resident breakfast
-9:30am - Session 3
-12:00pm - Break for lunch (residents and commuters)
-1:00pm - Session 4
-4:00pm - Check out

Two-Day plus overnight resident- July 16-17: $200
Two-Day Commuter- July 16-17: $160

-Instruction covers all aspects of the game.
-Four training sessions over the course of two days.
-Option to attend single day (2 sessions per day).
-Air conditioned residence halls.
-Snack store available in residence hall.
-Residence halls supervised at all times by Wittenberg camp staff.

Register online! 

2018 J.V and Varsity High School Volleyball Tournament

When:  July 14th

Cost: $100 per team

To register, contact Wittenberg Coaching Staff at

2018 Varsity Team Camp | July 10th - 12th

Basic info: Wittenberg's annual 3-Day Varsity Team Camp


  • $240.00 Resident Camper
  • $115.00 Resident Coach
  • $185.00 Commuter Camper
  • $80 Commuter Coach


Check-In: 12:00 PM (July 10)

Check Out: 12:00 PM (July 12)

All High School Varsity coaches interested in attending please contact Wittenberg Coaching Staff at

Boys' Volleyball

The Wittenberg University men's volleyball program is the newest addition to the tradition of excellence within the Athletic Department. Pulling great student athletes from the best programs in the Midwest, the ceiling is high for the men’s initial competitive season in the Spring of 2016.

Philosophy of the Wittenberg Men’s Volleyball Camp

"The purpose of our Spring ID Camp is to actively teach and positively reinforce the basic fundamental skills needed to learn, play and improve one's individual talent. We believe campers should be focused, learning, and moving through the entirety of the camp experience. We have superb facilities and have assembled an experienced and skilled instructional staff, which enables us to provide an outstanding camp experience to everyone in attendance."

Outstanding Facilities

All camp activities are conducted at the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) Center, located on the Wittenberg University campus which includes five full courts. Three of the courts are located in the Pam Evans Smith Arena where varsity men’s and women’s volleyball matches are played.

Readily Accessible Location

Wittenberg University, located near Interstate 70 in Springfield, Ohio, is readily accessible from anywhere in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Springfield is 35 miles west of Columbus and 20 miles northeast of Dayton. Interstate 75 is just 15 miles east of Springfield.