The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Hockey Group is hosting the 9th Annual “Team FCA Select Camp” on May 31 - June 3rd (this is the week after Memorial Day week-end). For the first time ever, the camp will be held on the campus of Liberty University in Lynchburg Virginia with the on ice sessions taking place at the school's newly renovated complex.
The camp is open to all male players between the ages of 16 and 20 years old (1998-2002 as well as select 2003's), from both the United States and Canada. The number of participants is limited to 102 and fills up fast, so please apply as early as possible. Campers will have the opportunity to receive instruction, practice and compete over the 4 day period (4 games per player).
Players will be divided into 4 - 6 teams, with a general manager as well as 2 or 3 coaches per team. Coaching staffs will consist of Professional, NCAA Division 1 and 3 head and assistant coaches, preparatory coaches, and junior (USHL, NAHL, NCDC and WSHL) and high school coaches. Players from Tier 1,2 and 3 junior teams as well as high school and midget programs will be represented. This week-end will be an awesome time of spiritual growth, hockey, and making new friends from around the country. You don’t want to miss this amazing experience.
We will be providing transportation to our dorms and back to the airport as best we can. To ensure we are able to assist you, you must follow the below instructions for arriving and departing flights. If you are unable to meet these pick up times you will be responsible for your own transportation to Liberty.
Arrive no later than 1:00 PM on Thursday 5/31 if flying into the Richmond, VA Airport. We will be sending one bus to pick up players at 1:15 in order to be back at the University by 3:30 (2 hour drive). For departing flights out of Richmond, please schedule after 5:00 pm on Sunday.
If flying into Lynchburg airport, your flight must land by 2:30. Please plan to depart Lynchburg after 3:30 on Sunday.
Below are a few of the coaches that have joined us in past for TeamFCA. We should have the updated coaches posted by early March.
Jason Lammers - Head Coach, Niagara University (NCAA Div 1)
Charlie Burgraf – Head Coach, Bethel College (NCAA Div 3)
Tim Christian – Interm NAHL Coach (Topeka Roadrunners), Current Family Advisor and NHL Agent (former assistant coach Lake Superior State NCAA Div 1)
Rylan Galiardi – Assistant Coach, Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL), former professional player
Ryan Donald - Assistant Coach, Yale University
Dallas Steward - Assistant Coach, Michigan Tech (NCAA Division 1), Former Associate Head Coach, Chicago Steel (USHL)
Jon Christiano – NHL Scout, Buffalo Sabers
Jason Nightingale – Buffalo Sabers, Former Coach Notre Dame (NCAA Div 1)
Brian Dickinson – Head Coach, Brockport (NCAA Div 3)
John Daigneau – Buffalo Sabres, Former Coach Canisius College (NCAA Div 1)
John Olver – GM and Head Coach, Idaho Jr. Steelheads, GM Bakersfield Condors (ECHL), Former NCAA Coach
Chris Schultz – Head Coach, SUNY Geneseo
Jeff Boettger – Associate Head Coach, Liberty University (ACHA Division 1)
Zack McKelvie – Assistant Coach, West Point (NCAA Div 1)
Jack O’Halloran – Head2 Head goaltending, Former Professional Goalie
Location: Liberty University, Virginia
Participants: Hockey players age 16 to 20 (1998-2002 select 2003's).
Enrollment: Limited to – 102 players - 60 forwards / 30 defensemen / 12 goalies
Staff: NCAA Coaches - Junior Coaches – College Players – Professional Players – FCA Staff & Volunteers
Cost: $550 U.S.D. all-inclusive (includes meals, lodging, transportation from airport, NT Bible, shirt and hat)
If you are interested in attending the camp, please fill out the enrollment form below. We will notify you upon acceptance. This is a rolling admission, so if accepted, you will have 2 weeks to accept your spot and confirm with payment.
*Partial and full scholarships are available based on a needs basis. If you are interested, fill out a scholarship request form http://fcahockey.com/scholarships-page and write in Team FCA as the camp you would like to attend.