The Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers Football Elite Camp is a one-day event that will fall on the 28th of July. It is open to all prospective college football players in grade 9 up to grade 12. This football elite camp is going to take place at Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s state of the art Alumni Stadium which is located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Furthermore, this training program will cover position-specific development instructions and conditioning skills drills. There will also be competitions that will allow the players to showcase their excellent football skills. The camp will start at 11:00 AM and end at 4:00 PM. Registration cost is $75 per player.
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Furthermore, this training program will be under the supervision of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers college football coaching staff. It will be a fun but challenging training experience.
What to Bring to the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers Football Elite Camp
- Workout clothes
About Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Worcester Polytechnic Institute is a private, coeducational, research university in Worcester, Massachusetts. It is among the nation’s oldest engineering and technology universities. Worcester Polytechnic Institute is offering degrees in engineering, science, management, liberal arts, and social science. Moreover, the university is an active member of the Association of American Colleges and Universities and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. It is also an affiliation of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Association of Independent Technological Universities. Presently, the university is serving around 4,400 undergraduate students and its student to faculty ratio is 13:1. Ultimately, Worcester Polytechnic Institute is a top academic institution and is 61st in National Universities in the 2018 US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. In sports, Worcester Polytechnic Institute is participating in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III. They are the Engineers and crimson and gray are their identity colors. In addition, the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers football team has already won two conference titles. The team is now holding an all-time win-loss record of 361–541–29.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers Football Elite Camp Organizers
Head Coach Chris Robertson, a native of Deposit, New York is leading the Worcester Tech Engineers college football team. He is now in his ninth season at the reins of the Engineers football program. Coach Chris Robertson is a bachelor’s degree in mathematics graduate from the University at Albany. It is also where he earned his master’s degree in educational psychology. In 2017, he led the Engineers to win the New England Bowl trophy. He also led the team that year to their first-ever postseason appearance. Moreover, Coach Chris Robertson is now owning an overall coaching win-loss record of 42–47–0.
Completing the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers football coaching staff are Matt Kelly (Offensive Coordinator), Scott Sperone (Defensive Coordinator), Galen Holmes (Defensive Line Coach and Special Teams Coordinator), Zach Besaw (Outside Linebackers Coach), Dan Ross (Running Backs Coach), Mike Kelly (Offensive Line Coach), Zach Werlinger (Wide Receivers Coach), and Robert Small (Assistant Defensive Backs Coach).