Where is the Wesleyan University Football Camp held

The Wesleyan University Football Camp will be held at our turf practice facility at the Freeman Athletic Center 161 Cross Street in Middletown, CT 06459.

What do I need to bring to the camp

Football helmets and cleats are required for camp. Sneakers, practice shorts, t-shirts, socks and supporters are also needed. You will be using a locker room located in the Freeman Athletic Center to dress for camp. Please bring a towel for a shower after camp.

Are parents allowed to watch camp

Yes. We encourage parents and family members to attend. Due to insurance reasons, it is mandatory that all non-participants remain in the stands during the camp session. Parents are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to watch practice.

Will there be meals provided

There will be no meals provided for the camps.

Can I get a campus tour

The coaching staff will be giving a campus tour during registration for all camps.

What is the basic structure of the Camp

Camp will run from 12:00pm – 4:00pm

Will there be medical staff on site

Yes. Fully qualified medical personnel will be on site. Our athletic training facility can handle first-responder concerns.

What happens in the event of inclement weather

Safety is our #1 priority. In the event of severe weather (lightning/torrential rains), we must remain indoors until it passes. Therefore, be sure to bring sneakers with you for an indoor surface in case we have to move indoors.

If I have other questions, who should I contact

Contact Assistant Coach Eric Ludwig for more information. His email is FLudwig@wesleyan.edu and his office phone is 860.685.2897.

Who runs The Wesleyan University Football Camp

Each camp session is run by Head Coach Dan DiCenzo. Over the past four seasons, the Cardinals have gone 25-7 in conference play. In 2014 Wesleyan posted the first back-to-back 7 win seasons since 1947-1948. In 2013, the Cardinals not only won their first Little Three title since 1970 but also finished with a mark of 7-1 and a share of the NESCAC Championship. 2016 marks the most recent Little Three Championship. All student-athletes will receive one on one instruction from their Wesleyan positional coach.