ADIDAS TENNIS CAMP
UC Davis College Prep Camp
July 19 – 22, 2022
Extended Day: $649
Located just outside of Sacramento, in Davis, CA, The adidas Tennis Camp at UC-Davis is Directed by Head Men’s Tennis Coach Eric Steidlmayer. This camp is designed for kids ages 13-18 who are interested in taking their game to the next level and playing in college.
At the UC Davis College Prep Camp campers will receive:
- Authentic adidas Tennis Camp T-Shirt
- Water Bottle
- Personal Evaluation
- Games Daily
- Raffles for an assortment of Prizes
8:45 Commuters Arrive
9:00 Stretching and warm-up
9:15 On-court training
11:15 Match play
1:30 Match situation drills
4:00 Day Campers Depart
6:30 Optional match play
7:30 Evening activity
8:30 Extended Day Campers Depart
10:30 Lights out
* Schedule may vary
Check In: Overnight and Extended Day Campers 10-11AM, at Regan -Talara Hall – Rienda Building. Day Campers should check-in between 10:30 – 11:00am at Reed House. After the first day, Extended Day and Day Campers should arrive at 8:45am at the tennis courts.
Extended Day Camper Pick-up: Extended Day Campers are to be picked up each day at 8:30pm at the tennis courts
Day Camper Pick-up: Day Campers are to be picked up each day at 4pm at the tennis courts.
Check Out: Parents are invited to attend the match play tournaments that begin at 3:00pm on the final day. Check out will occur at 5pm at Regan-Talara Hall.
Below is a suggested list of items to bring to camp. We suggest that campers do not bring expensive personal items such as cameras, iPods/iPads, etc. Cell phones are allowed in the dorms and dining areas, but not on the courts during training sessions. Please label every article you bring to camp. All items will be the responsibility of the camper. adidas Tennis Camps and its staff are not responsible for lost, stolen or forgotten items.
- Health Form
- Tennis Racquet
- Tennis Shoes (no black soles)
- Off-Field Clothes (Athletic Socks, T-Shirts, Shorts, Sweatshirts, etc)
- Athletic Sneakers
- Linens (Twin XL)
- Blanket/Sleeping Bag
- Shower Towel
- Alarm Clock
- Portable Fan
- Key Deposit ($50)
Players are grouped first by age and then by ability. The first session is an assessment session – we will update groups after the first day
Trainers are on site to aid in illness, injury prevention and first aid.
All campers are required to have a completed health form in order to participate at camp. You can either fill out our health form or use the doctors form and use our form as a cover page. Please fill out contact information and parent signature. HEALTH FORM
We utilize inclement weather opportunities to focus on agility training, strategy sessions, individual meetings.
You are responsible for getting yourself to and from campus, adidas Tennis Camps does not provide transportation.
Any Camper who must cancel their registration more than fifteen (15) days prior to the camp start date will receive a voucher equal to the full amount of camp tuition already paid which may be used toward any program or camp offered by eCamps. If a camper must cancel their registration fourteen (14) days or fewer prior to the start of camp, eCamps will issue camper or parent a voucher equal to 50% of the camp tuition, which can be transferred to a future program or camp within the same calendar year or next calendar year. The voucher is also transferable to another family member and is good for any camp offered by eCamps within one year of the date of purchase. Camp vouchers are not extended to campers who leave camp after the start of a session. Cash refunds are not offered under any circumstances.
If eCamps Sports Network is forced to postpone your child’s 2020 summer camp due to the facility being closed or by government mandate, you will receive a camp credit voucher for tuition fees paid (never expires, fully transferable & for any sport).
After spending 14 seasons transforming his alma mater into a Division II national power, Eric Steidlmayer enters his sixth season at the helm of the UC Davis men’s tennis program in 2018.
Hired to the position in July of 2012, Steidlmayer is no stranger to UC Davis, having served as an assistant coach with the Aggies for two seasons from 1997-98. Upon returning to UC San Diego in 1999, he reshaped the Tritons into a perennial national contender. Steidlmayer guided UC San Diego to 12 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances from 2000-11, including a national semifinals appearance in 2007, and a 20-0 regular season in 2011.
UC Davis has undergone a similar turnaround since Steidlmayer’s arrival, taking over a program that won just six matches in 2012. In the last four seasons the Aggies have nabbed four consecutive winning seasons. It started with a 14-win campaign in 2014. Then, in 2015, Steidlmayer was named the Big West Conference Coach of the Year after guiding the Aggies to a then-Division I best 16 wins and a share of their first-ever Big West regular season title. In 2016, the Aggies topped the prior win total with a new record of 17 victories — including a run of 12 consecutive victories at one point. The 17 wins were the most for the program in a quarter century since 1991. In 2017, the Aggies again topped double digit wins, finishing 14-8 on the year and finishing in the National top 75 for the third year in a row.
In 2016, UC Davis #1 player, Alec Adamson, was named the Big West Player of the Year and was the first Aggie at the Division I level to earn a berth into the NCAA Singles Tournament, finishing the year ranked No. 108 in the nation according to the Intercollegiate Tennis Asssociation’s final poll. He recently broke into the ATP singles and doubles rankings in 2017.
Under his tutelage, a total of six student-athletes have earned All-Big West honors in singles — including a trio of first team honors bestowed upon Alec Adamson and two more to James Wade — and seven doubles pairings have earned all-league laurels in doubles. Off the court, the Aggies have also excelled in the classroom, hitting an average team GPA over 3.0 for the last five season.
Before his arrival in Davis, Steidlmayer amassed a .628 winning percentage during his career at UCSD, posting a record of 182-108 over 14 years. He left UC San Diego as the winningest men’s tennis coach in Tritons’ history.
He has run tennis camps since graduation from UC San Diego in 1996 and absolutely loves the four days of College Prep Camp at UC Davis. He hopes to see you there!