(May 18, 2010)--The UTSA football program has announced the schedule for its Larry Coker-UTSA Youth and Advanced Football Camps.
There will be two Larry Coker-UTSA Youth Football Camps on the Main Campus open to youths entering grades 1-9. The first camp will be June 9-11 and the second camp is scheduled for June 14-16 on the UTSA Track and Field Complex infield. The cost is $150 and enrollment is limited to the first 250 campers.
UTSA will hold four advanced camps, two at the Alamodome, for a cost of $50 per entrant. The July 15 session will be for players entering grades 10-11 and the July 16 camp is for players entering the 12th grade.
On July 23, UTSA will host an advanced camp at PSJA Stadium in Pharr, Texas, and on July 24, there will be a camp at Calallen Stadium in Corpus Christi. Both of those camps are open to players entering grades 10-12.
For more information on football camps, contact Camp Director David Ross at 210-458-5014.
>> Download brochures, entry forms and waivers at the UTSA Athletics website.
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