LCSC to hold
cross country camp on July 14-18 for 8-12th
Lewis-Clark State College cross country
program is holding a Cross Country Running
Camp on July 14-18 for students entering
grades 8-12 next fall.
first day of the camp will be held at LCSC,
and participants will check in between 1-3
p.m. and the camp starts at 3:30 p.m.
Campers then spend the evening at the
Comfort Inn in Lewiston. After breakfast the
following morning, the group will go to the
O’Hara campground on the Selway River,
approximately 100 miles from Lewiston, for
the next three nights. The group will then
head back to Lewiston and the camp will wrap
up at 3 p.m. on July 18.
the first day of the camp, there will be a
VO2max demonstration and well as education
about strength training. The camp at O’Hara
Campground will have daily training sessions
for runners of all abilities, as well as
group dynamic activities, educational
sessions, games, and other competitions. All
campers will receive a camp shirt and a
cross country and women’s track coach Mike
Collins is the camp director. Collins’
programs are regularly ranked among the Top
25 in NAIA and his women’s teams have made
seven straight trips to nationals, while the
men’s streak is at six.
speakers include Bill Taylor, cross country
and track coach at Lipscomb University in
Nashville, Tim Gundy, cross country coach at
Asotin High School, Shawn Lawlor, cross
country coach at Timberlake High in
Rathdrum, and former LCSC runner Calin
Hantau, who will be an assistant coach next
season at LCSC. Hantau finished 10th at the
NAIA national cross country meet in 2006,
and was the Frontier Conference’s Runner of
the Year in 2007.
cost of the camp is $240 prior to June 1, or
$275 after. For groups of five individuals
or more registering together, the cost is
$210 prior to June 1 and $245 after.
more information on the camp, visit the Web
, e-mail Collins at
or call (208) 792-2308.