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Overview



After an incredible 2017 season where Cortland Field Hockey claimed the SUNYAC Championship title for the first time since 2011, and made it to the NCAA Division III Second Round, Head Coach Tiffany Hubbard lead her team to another successful season in 2018 where the team finished second in their conference. Hubbard will host a four day overnight camp focused on sharpening technical skills and improving individual and team game play, all while encouraging interest, passion and enjoyment for the sport.

There will also be an option for campers to attend Cortland Field Hockey's College Identification Camp in addition to its regularly scheduled summer camp. Campers entering grades 9-12 will have the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of the top collegiate coaches in the region on one day immediately following the summer camp. The ID camp option is also overnight and will include lodging in on-campus residence halls and meals at our dining facility.

Camp Dates:
Possible August Options.  Click here for the latest update.

Camp Options:

 

Colleges Coach Attending ID Camp:


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Camp Info


Check In/Out for Overnight Camp:

Check in/out address:
Park Center
8 Folmer Dr
Cortland, NY 13045

Check In/Out for ID Camp:


Day Camp:
For local residents interested in a shorter day camp period, this option offers one less training session per day. The only meal offered for day campers is lunch. Day campers are dropped off at 8:45 a.m. and are picked up at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Check-in will be at 2 p.m. and pick up will be at 5:30 p.m. on the first day of camp (Wednesday) and and pick up will be at 11 a.m. on the last day of camp (Thursday) at the location indicated on your itinerary.

Resident Camp: 
Open to participants ages 10 and up, resident camp features instructional sessions, as well as breakfast lunch and dinner at our dining facility. Campers also will stay overnight in College residence halls.

Commuter Camp:
For local residents who wish to commute to camp, this option offers the same features as resident camp, without lodging and evening recreation programs. With the exception of registration day, commuter campers are dropped off at 8:45 a.m. and picked up at 8:00 p.m. at the location indicated on your itinerary.

Medical Requirements for Camp:
All campers must submit proof of health insurance; proof of physical exam, completed within one year of camp start date, through our online camper portal. A link to register with CampDocs will be emailed to you within one week of registration. Any questions specific to uploading or submitting medical paperwork can be directed to the CampDocs support team at   or 734-619-8300.


 


What to Bring


All Campers:
- Stick
- Shinguards
- Mouthguard
- Goggles
- Cleats
- Water bottles
- Turf shoes
- Sunscreen
- Sneakers
- Goalie equipment (if applicable)

Extra items required for Resident Campers:
- Sheets
- Blanket(s) or sleeping bag
- Pillow
- Towel(s)
- Shower supplies
- Extra clothes and sleep attire
**A fan is recommended. Please do not bring valuables as the College is not responsible for lost items.**



Questions?


Contact Head Field Hockey Coach Tiffany Hubbard at 607-753-5706 or  .