Concordia Track and Field Camps

Concordia's Track & Field camps are designed to help athletes of all ability levels improve on event technique, knowledge and performance.  All camps have online registration and are open to athletes in grades 7 through 12.

Excellence in Track & Field

  • 2015 NAIA Men's Outdoor Track & Field National Champions
  • 2015 NAIA National Team Finishes: Indoor - Men 5th; Women 11th | Outdoor - Men 1st; Women 5th 
  • 2015 Individual NAIA National Champions: Josh Slechta (weight throw), Zach Lurz (Indoor Shot Put), Cody Boellstorff (Hammer Throw)
  • 2015 NAIA Men’s Outdoor National Coach of the Year: Kregg Einspahr
  • 2015 NAIA Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Most Valuable Performer: Zach Lurz
  • 62 NAIA All-Americans in 2014 and 2015
  • GPAC Team Champions – 2014 Men’s Indoor and Outdoor; 2015 Men’s Outdoor
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Wednesday night June track camps

June 8 | June 15 | June 22 | June 29 

Event areas covered: Pole Vault, Shot Put, Discus Throw
** Please note we will NOT be doing sprints, hurdles, or jumps camps in the summer of 2016 due to the installation of a new track and stadium remodel.
Time: 5-7pm
Cost: $15 per session
Where to meet: The indoor track located in the Waltz Human Performance Complex.

What to Bring:
Pole Vault: If possible please bring your own poles. If you can’t we will have all our pole vault poles available for use. Dress for a normal track practice which would include running shoes, track spikes with ¼” or less pyramid spikes and workout clothes.
Throws: Dress for a normal track practice which would include running shoes and your throwing shoes.

Hammer Throw Track Camp

June 8, 2016      

Event areas covered: Hammer Throw
Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm (we will take a lunch break)
Cost: $70 
Where to meet: The indoor track located in the Waltz Human Performance Complex.

What to Bring:
Throws: Dress for a normal track practice which would include running shoes and your throwing shoes.

Two-Day June Pole Vault Camps

June 13-14, 2016 (Girls) | Day 1: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
June 20-21, 2016 (Boys) | Day 2: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

*please email for a complete tentative 2 day schedule

Event areas covered: Pole Vault
*Please note we will not be doing sprints, hurdles, or jumps camps in the summer of 2016 due to the installation of a new track and stadium remodel.
Cost: $195 Overnight,  $165 Commuter
*Overnight includes lodging. Both Camps include meals, pool entry fee, and a t-shirt.
Where to meet: The indoor track located in the Waltz Human Performance Complex.

What to Bring:
Pole Vault: If possible please bring your own poles. If you can’t we will have all our pole vault poles available for use. Dress for a normal track practice which would include running shoes, track spikes with ¼” or less pyramid spikes and workout clothes. If you are staying overnight, please bring a pillow, towels, sheets or a sleeping bag and spending money for snacks and souvenirs.  Meals are provided for campers staying overnight. 

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Registration

** Please note we will not be doing sprints, hurdles, or jumps camps in the summer of 2016 due to the track stadium being remodeled. They will be back for the summer of 2017!!

What to Bring

Pole Vault: If possible please bring your own poles. If you can’t we will have all our pole vault poles available for use. Dress for a normal track practice which would include running shoes, track spikes with ¼” or less pyramid spikes, and workout clothes. If you are staying overnight, please bring a pillow, towels, sheets or a sleeping bag and spending money for snacks and souvenirs.  Meals are provided for campers staying overnight.

Throws: Dress for a normal track practice which would include running shoes and your throwing shoes.

Contact Us

Camp Director Mark Samuels
Assistant Track & Field Coach
Mark.Samuels@cune.edu