Seven Stags Earn All-SCIAC Honors
On Tuesday morning the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) announced their All-Conference teams. Among the student-athletes honored were seven Stags. Chris Cziesla (CMC), Brian Wahl (CMC), Mitchell Allan (CMC), and Jordan Leonard (CMC) earned First Team honors while Trey Smith (CMC), Brendan MacDonald (CMC), and Victor Bunce (CMC) were named Second Team. Read More
Who runs the CMS Mini-Camp?
The camp is run by the CMS Football coaching staff. All campers will receive one on one instruction from CMSs respective position coach.
Where is the camp held?
The camp will be held at Claremont McKenna College. The physical address for camp is 690 N. Mills Ave, Claremont, CA 91711
Can I make a deposit to pay for camp?
We do not take deposits for camps. Payment in full is due at the time of registration.
When does camp registration close?
Online registration for camp will close 24 hours prior to each camp session.
Does the CMS Mini Camp allow “walkup” registrants?
Yes but walk ups are limited.
Is there a limit on the number of campers?
Yes. One of our goals is to provide an atmosphere that is both instructional and competitive. In order to do so, we need to set a limit on the number of campers. It is advised that you sign up as soon as possible in order to guarantee yourself a slot.
What do I need to bring to the camp?
All campers should bring cleats, sneakers, t-shirt, shorts, and a helmet. QBs are encouraged to bring a football for warm-up purposes.
Are parents allowed to watch camp?
Yes. We highly encourage parents to attend. Due to insurance reasons, it is mandatory that all non-participants at camp remain in the stands so that no needless accidents occur.
Will there be meals provided?
Yes. A fully catered, all you can eat dinner is served at 5:00pm. Dinner is included in the registration cost for the participant and additional meals can be purchased for guests at $10 each. If you have a food allergy, please let us know.
What is the basic structure of the camp?
Each session begins with a brief but comprehensive registration. Once registration is complete, we will have, admissions information, football talks, dinner and practice at 7pm.
Will there be any free time?
Although there are breaks built into the day, there is not a substantial amount of free time. Therefore, we request that you remain within the confines of CMC during the camp.
Will the camp include a campus tour?
Are there discounts if more than 1 camper from a family or from a team register together?
Unfortunately, NCAA regulations disallow us from being able to provide a discount to any camper.
Will there be medical staff on site?
Yes. Fully qualified medical personnel will be on site. In the event of a more serious injury, there are major hospitals located within 5 miles of the school as well as a health center on campus.
What is the refund policy?
Refund request date and refund amount: Before July 13: $80.00, After July 13th : No refund available.
No refunds will be provided for campers who become injured, sick, have transportation issues, etc.
How do I request a refund?
Send an e-mail to Lucas.Blochowski@cms.claremont.edu. All refunds will be processed after July 29th.
I am a long snapper or a kicker. Should I come?
Please understand that we will not be hosting a Snappers or Kickers Camp, but we will accommodate you before the start of practice for 30 minutes. You will have an opportunity to work snapping and/or kicking with a CMS coach during that time.
Where can I park?
Parking will be free in the tennis center on 6th street, in the Bauer parking lots and on Mills Ave.
Will there be any other dates?
We will host a recruiting visit day on July 9th and 10th before West Coast Elite. Please contact Lucas.Blochowski@cms.claremont