Cassie Starks increased her personal best from 8'6 in 2011 to 12'6.25 in 2015. She became the record holder at Concordia University. Cassie attended Concordia University Pole Vault Camps in high school.
Welcome to the 2019 Track & Field Camp information page. The 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 currently or entering grades 7 through 12.
Summer 2019 Track & Field Camps
Camp information to be posted in spring of 2019.
Camps will cover the following events: Sprints up to 400 meters, Pole Vault, Hurdles, Long Jump, High Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus, Javelin, and Hammer Throw. Breaks will be provided for meals. There will be numerous drills taught which will include underwater vaulting at the Seward pool for the pole vault camps. The pole vault camps have overnight housing available. Included with overnight registration will be meals and lodging. A t-shirt will be provided with all camp registrations. Please contact Camp Director with questions or for more information.
For more camp information, click here for the Concordia Track & Field Camps Page.
Contact Information: Please contact Mark Samuels at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-309-0142 with any additional questions.
800 North Columbia
Seward, NE 68434
Sprints/Hurdles/Jumps Camps: Running shoes, workout clothes, water bottle, event specific shoes/spikes (1/4" pyramid spikes allowed), and any additional needs for track practice. Please bring something to eat for lunch break, as lunch is not provided.
Pole Vault Summer Camps: In addition to the items listed under the sprints camp above, please bring a swimming suit, towel, and also bring your own poles (contact camp director if you are unable to bring poles). 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.
Throwers Camps: Workout clothes, water bottle, throwing shoes, running shoes, throwing implements and any additional needs for track practice. Please bring something to eat for lunch break, as lunch is not provided.
Since 1986, Concordia University, Nebraska pole vaulters have become known for consistently producing some of the top pole vaulters in the NAIA. Through the mid 90's, pole vaulters from Concordia could be seen all over the country competing with and winning some of the top NCAA and NAIA track meets. Lead by Gene Brooks, the school record holder, the vaulters from that era tallied 7 national...
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