Punt, Kick and Snap Clinic
Punters, Kickers, Snappers Entering Grades 9-12 in Fall 2017 and Post Graduates
Location: Boston College Newton Campus
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Clinic Cost: $150.00
The Specialist camp is designed to teach, develop, and improve skills for all punters, kickers and snappers in football.
This camp is a contact free camp. Helmets and shoulder pads are not required.
A certified Athletic Trainer will be present
Lunch and a T-Shirt is included
All camp activities will be held on Field Turf and Astro Turf surfaces.
Things to bring:
Football Grass Cleats (preferably molded bottoms)
Sweat Shirts, Tee Shirts, Gym Shorts, & Sweat Pants
All campers will be instructed by each of the Boston College special teams staff, Jamie Kohl, and select visiting staff.
09:00am ... Registration and Testing
10:00am ... Camp Meeting
10:25am ... Film Instruction
11:30am ... Morning Practice
12:10pm ... FG competition
01:00pm ... Lunch/Presentation/Film Review
02:30pm ... Afternoon Practice
03:10pm ... Punt Competition
03:50pm ... Camp Closes/Awards
Protection of Minor Statement:
Boston College's policy on the Protection of Minors is designed to provide a safe environment for minors when on the Boston College campus, or while participating in University-sponsored activities off campus. This Policy is intended to apply to University-sponsored activities involving minors, and programs for minors sponsored by non-University organizations that operate in University facilities. All people associated with the program pass vigorous background checks and preventative instruction.
In compliance with NCAA regulations all campers will be invited to attend and participate limited only by age/grade entering and space available. Campers that have graduated from high school are still allowed to participate as long as they have not enrolled at a 2 or 4 year college.
Clinic Waiver Information
All campers will be required to complete a physical exam report, consent to treat and other forms as may be required by the camp.
Boston College Newton Campus is located in Newton Center, Massachusetts. The campus is approximately seven miles west of the City of Boston.
From the south and southeast:
Routes 95 or 24 north to Route 128/95 north to Exit 24 (Newton, Route 30/Commonwealth Avenue). Follow Route 30 (Commonwealth Avenue) east for approximately 4 miles and turn left onto Centre Street at the traffic light at the intersection of Commonwealth Avenue and Centre Street. Continue on Centre Street for 1/2 mile, and the Newton campus entrance is on the left.
From the north and northeast:
Routes 3, 93, or 95 south to Route 128/95 south to Exit 24 (Newton, Route 30/Commonwealth Avenue). To continue, see directions from the south and southeast.
From the west:
Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90) east to Exit 17. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Centre Street at the first traffic light. The Newton campus entrance is approximately 1 mile ahead on the right.
From the Main (Chestnut Hill) Campus of Boston College:
Continue west on Route 30 (Commonwealth Avenue) for approximately 2 miles, and turn right onto Centre Street at the traffic light at the intersection of Commonwealth Avenue and Centre Street. Continue on Centre Street for 1/2 mile, and the Newton campus entrance is on the left.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (MBTA)
The Boston College (B) branch of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Green Line ends on Commonwealth Avenue at the Main (Chestnut Hill) Campus of Boston College (The ride is approximately 45 mins from Park Street Station). Walk uphill on Commonwealth Avenue (passing the Career Center, Gabelli Hall, and Voute Hall all on your left) to the main University gate. At the
gate, board the free shuttle bus for the 10-minute ride to the Newton Campus. These shuttles operate approximately every 15-20 minutes. Please make sure the shuttle says Newton Campus, not Commonwealth Avenue. The shuttle will drop you off on the Newton campus.
When exiting the airport, take the Ted Williams Tunnel / Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) west. Follow directions "FROM THE WEST" listed above.
Lunch will be provided.
Cancellations for camp must be received in writing via email to email@example.com. To receive a refund the camper must return the forwarded refund request form. Cancellations made prior to June 1st will receive a full refund. All refund requests made starting June 1st, will be subject to a $25 administrative fee.
For general questions or for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.