Recommended Ages 9–14
|July 29–August 2
Multiple sessions are 10% off each session.
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Girls Ice Hockey
The Camps at Babson College is excited to introduce the 2013 Girls Ice Hockey camp.
This one-week session is designed for the young female players, ages 9–14. The camp will have both on-ice and off-ice activities during the day with three hours of ice time daily. The Babson Skating Center is reserved for Girls Ice Hockey camp exclusively during the camp week.
Our director, Kush Sidhu, has been a prominent figure in Women’s Ice Hockey for over 20 years. He is the head coach of the Washington D.C. Pride Girls College Prep Ice Hockey Team, and previously was an assistant coach at Northeastern University and the U.S. Women’s National Program. With Coach Sidhu’s direct supervision and leadership, an age-appropriate curriculum and coaching staff will be assembled. We are excited to add him to our staff for the 2013 summer.
Full equipment is needed. Campers also should bring shorts, T-shirts, and appropriate footwear for off-ice activities on grass and in the Webster Athletic Center. A second stick for use outdoors is recommended.
The Girls Ice Hockey Camp is held in the Babson Skating Center, where the Varsity Men’s and Club Women’s Hockey teams compete. Campers use the locker rooms to change into and out of their hockey equipment.
Typical Daily Schedule
|8:30–9 a.m. Arrival|
|11:45 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
||Off-ice small games|
||Second on-ice session|
|3:45–4 p.m. Pickup|
Please note that we conclude Friday’s camp day with a scrimmage game for each age group. We invite parents to attend these games.
Julie Perry, Camp Director
We are very excited to announce that Julie Perry, Wellesley resident and former President of Wellesley Youth Hockey will be directing Girls Ice Hockey Camp 2013. A former co-captain of the Princeton Women’s Varsity Ice Hockey team, Julie has coached girls’ ice hockey for over 25 years. She has founded several girls’ ice hockey programs, including the Wellesley Youth Hockey Girls program. She has been a professional power skating coach, and coached girls’ teams of all ages from U-10 to U-19.
Also joining Julie will be assistant director Katelyn Kurth. Katelyn played four years of Varsity Hockey at Boston College where she was a part of two Beanpot Championship teams. In addition she was voted assistant captain her junior year and captain her senior year and was awarded the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement. Katelyn then went on to play professional women’s hockey for the Boston Blades.