Dates: Clinic 1: June 21st | Clinic 2: July 18th |Clinic 3: August 29th
Ages: Grad Years 2021 to 2023
Cornell Women’s Hockey is excited to announce the Cornell Elite Prospect Clinics at Cornell University. Our clinics are recommended for serious elite hockey players with graduation years of 2021 to 2023.
Each player will have individual attention as we have a very small group of attendees. We will target skills and details for each player to apply to their individual game. You will have full access to our University and hockey program’s facilities and Cornell’s Women’s Ice Hockey coaching staff. Cornell’s Women’s Hockey coaching staff will conduct all on-ice and off-ice activities.
We believe that our clinic will provide you with insight that will help you enhance your on-ice potential and while having fun experiencing a college hockey environment.
All Clinics have a max capacity of 12 Forwards, 8 Defensemen, and 4 goalies.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a non-residential camp, and all participants are responsible for their own lodging.
The Cornell Girls Ice Hockey Camp emphasizes the building blocks of a good hockey player - skating, hockey sense and skill development. All on-ice sessions take place at Cornell's historic Lynah Rink.
Off-ice instruction includes strength and conditioning principals and drills used for our Division I athletes. Goalies will receive specific instruction each day!
The coaches focus on personal development, as well, using hockey and team building as tools to help our campers become stronger, more confident girls and young women. This camp emphasizes fun! We believe that campers will have fun if they work hard, and commit to getting better, but we also make "having fun" a camp-wide goal!
All campers will receive a Cornell hockey jersey and T-shirt.
This camp is directed by the Cornell coaching staff and features college players and coaches. The camp teaches power skating, puck handling and team concepts.
The camp will be divided into 3 groups: mites, squirts and peewees. Limited space is available.
This camp will run from 9:00am-3:00pm.
All campers will receive a Cornell hockey jersey and lunch is included.
A before and after camp program is offered: 7:30-9:00 a.m. and 3:00-5:30 p.m. The after-camp program for Session 1 will be held at Helen Newman Hall on North Campus, and will be in Bartels Hall for Session 2. Staff members supervise and lead a variety of activities, according to the interest/talents of the children participating in the program. Before and after care is $50/week.