Ole Miss Rifle Camps
Welcome to the Ole Miss Rifle Camp at the University of Mississippi! This camp is designed to provide skill instruction in Olympic style smallbore and air rifle to shooters who wish to compete in NCAA rifle. The camp is limited to female students who will be in grades 9 through 12 in the Fall of 2019. The camp will be instructed by the Ole Miss Rifle Coaching staff and current team members.
If you have any questions regarding the Ole Miss Rifle Camp, please contact Marsha Beasley (662-816-0687 or firstname.lastname@example.org), JP Lucas (662-816-7341 or email@example.com), or Shana Kent (662-816-2577 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
2019 Ole Miss Rifle Camp08/16/2019 - 08/18/2019 ~ Friday - Sunday Registration Ends: 08/16/2019 250.00 | Ole Miss Rifle Range 100 Ed Perry Blvd Oxford, MS 38655
The Ole Miss Rifle Camp provides skill instruction in Olympic style smallbore and air rifle to shooters who wish to compete in NCAA rifle. Camp is limited to 12 campers. The camp is for female students who will be in grades 9 through 12 in the Fall of 2019. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Confirmations will be sent via email. Camp registrations will be accepted until the camp is filled. The camp will be instructed by the Ole Miss Rifle Coaching staff and current team members. The range has 12 firing points, equipped with electronic targets and prone mats. This is a day camp. There are no provisions for overnight supervision. There are hotels across the street from the range as well as several other hotels in Oxford and Batesville.
Fees include lunch at the range each day and a T-shirt. Price will not be pro-rated if athlete cannot attend all three days.
What to Bring:
Camp participants must provide their own equipment to include competition rifles, pellets (500) and .22 ammunition (400-500 rounds standard velocity) as well as shooting jacket, shooting pants, glove, sling, etc. Attendees are asked to bring a notebook and pen as well as a water bottle.
SCHEDULE Subject to change
August 16, 2019 --Smallbore
9:00 Welcome & Introductions
9:15 Safety Briefing & Target Use
9:45 Kneeling Demonstration & Position Fundamentals: Participants receive coaching on the line
11:15 Classroom: Equipment, Cleaning & Care
12:15 Lunch and Learn Discussion: What Its Like to be on a College Team
1:00 Smallbore Standing Demonstration & Review: Participants receive coaching on the line
2:30 Classroom: Sports Psychology
3:30 Range time for Kneeling and/or Standing: Participants receive coaching on the line
August 17, 2019 Smallbore/Air Rifle
8:30 Welcome and set-up
9:00 Prone Position Demonstration & Position Fundamentals: Participants receive coaching on the line
10:30 Classroom: Strength/Conditioning/Flexibility and Nutrition
11:30 Air Rifle Demonstration & Position Fundamentals: Participants receive coaching on the line
1:00 Lunch and Learn -- Making Progress in Shooting / Training Plans and Techniques
1:45 Range time for Prone: Participants receive coaching on the line
2:45 Classroom: Using Scatt / Shooting Drills
3:45 Range time for Air Rifle: Participants receive coaching on the line
5:00 Pack up
August 18, 2019 Smallbore/Air Rifle Match and Finals
8:00 Welcome and set-up
8:15 Classroom: Pre-Match setup/Mindset
9:15 Smallbore Prep and Sighters
9:30 Smallbore Match Start
11:15 Classroom: Match Evaluation
12:45 Air Rifle Prep and Sighters
1:00 Air Rifle Match Start
2:15 Classroom: Match Evaluation
2:30 Classroom: Finals Procedures and Tips for Shooting Finals
3:15 Smallbore Final Start
4:30 Air Rifle Final Start
5:00 Pack up/Recap of Camp
8:30am on August 16th at the Ole Miss Rifle Range
Fees include lunch at the range each day.
No passes needed at Oxford Conference Center. Parking should be available in this lot.
A Sport Camp Participation Health Information & Medical Release form must be completed and returned for each camper prior to participating in any Ole Miss Athletics Camps. The forms can be faxed to the Ole Miss Athletics Training Room at (662) 915-1833 (ATTN: Ole Miss Camps) or turned in at the camps check-in site prior to participation. *DOWNLOAD MEDICAL RELEASE AND CONSENT FORM HERE*
Cancellations by August 8th will receive a $125 refund. If a camper needs to cancel due to emergency or health-related reasons, please contact Marsha Beasley (662-816-0687 or email@example.com), JP Lucas (662-816-7341 or firstname.lastname@example.org), or Shana Kent (662-816-2577 or email@example.com).
Please check your email regularly as this is the primary way we 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 with you registered.
In accordance with NCAA rules, camp is open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.