Ice Hockey: Spots Still Open For Annual RMU Hockey Youth Camp


By Matt Gajtka

Pittsburgh, Pa. – Open spots still remain for the annual Skills and Small Games Camp conducted by the Robert Morris University NCAA Division I men’s hockey team, set for July 15-19 at the RMU Island Sports Center.

RMU’s  Skills and Small Games Camp is designed for players in 2003 through 2012 birth years who love to be on the ice and have a desire to learn and improve their game. We have an experienced and professional coaching staff that will do everything in its power to ensure your hockey player has a positive experience. Click here (PDF) to view the full camp brochure and register your player!

The instructors have provided high-level, innovative hockey instruction to players from across North America for the past 15 seasons. Our coaches will run every camp session — head coach Derek Schooley, associate head coach Kody Van Rentergem and assistant coach Michael Gershon — along with current and former Robert Morris NCAA players.

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All of the camp’s goals are to provide an elite camp experience, helping hockey players improve on the ice with high-end skill development in a safe and enthusiastic atmosphere. Our camp simulates our NCAA practices, with a focus on skating, positional skills, situational instruction, and small games to put into practice the skills they’ve learned.

Everyone on the Robert Morris University staff looks forward to seeing your child this summer and providing them with elite hockey skills development and a camp experience they won’t get anywhere else!

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Matt Gajtka is the Media Relations Specialist for Men’s Hockey and Women’s Lacrosse at Robert Morris University.

Top Of The Article Photo By Larry N. Snyder – All Rights Reserved

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