WASHINGTON - Registration is now open for this summer's four Hoya Football Camps. All four camps -- which include a specialists camp for punters, kickers and long snappers -- are for boys entering grades 7-12. The camps will be held on Georgetown's Cooper Field on July 22, 23 and 29, with the specialists camp also on July 29. The Hoya Football Camps are designed to teach, develop, and improve skills for all the positions in football. The camp provides a contact-free environment without pads and/or helmets so maximum learning and positive results will be achieved. All campers will be instructed by each of the positional coaches of the Georgetown Football Staff as well as the Strength & Conditioning Staff.
Rob Sgarlata begins his fourth season as the Georgetown University football head coach, after spending more than 20 seasons on the Hilltop, including the last eight as the assistant head coach/defensive coordinator. Sgarlata helped guide the Hoyas to its best stretch since joining the Patriot League, between 2010 and 2012, as GU possessed the top-ranked scoring defense in the Patriot League in 2011 and featured the second-ranked scoring defense in the league in 2012. During his tenure, Sgarlata has coached four All-Americans, 20 All-Patriot League selections and four All-ECAC selections.
In compliance with NCAA regulations, the expense for Hoya Football Camp cannot be paid and/or sponsored by a third party. The camper's parents or legal guardians must make the payment. No third party payments will be accepted. Graduated high school students may not apply.
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