Camps & Events

Thank you for your interest in Albion College Athletics! On this athletics website, you will find information about our programs, coaches and student-athletes. If you are interested in competing intercolegiately for the Brits, we would like to find out more about you. Please take a few moments to complete the information form for the sport(s) in ywhich you are most interested in competing in. Your information wil then be processed by the Admissions Office and forwarded to the appropriate coach.

  • SAAC Sports Clinics

    January 20 - April 21, 2018
    Free Sports Clinics for ages 4-11. Learn technique from college athletes in the following sports:

    • January 20 — Track & Field and Cross Country
    • January 27 — Lacrosse
    • February 3 — Baseball and Softball
    • February 17 — Volleyball
    • February 24 — Golf
    • March 17 — Soccer
    • March 24 — Tennis
    • April 7 — Basketball
    • April 14 — Football
    • April 21 — Swimming
  • Under The Lights

    August 18 2017, 7:30 - 9 p.m.
    Free Football Clinic for ages 4-13. Located at the Sprankle-Sprandel Staduim (rain location: Dow Recreation Center) All participants receive water, poster, and shirt.

  • Men's Lacrosse Prospect Camp

    September 16-17, 2017
    Coach DeCola and his Albion Brits, three-peat MIAA Champions and NCAA tournament team (2017, 2016 and 2015-Sweet Sixteen) invite prospects to an on-campus recruiting opportunity this Fall at Albion College. This is a chance to work closely with the Albion College Men's lacrosse program.
    Come and experience what a day of lacrosse is like at Albion with our staff and meet the members of the 2017 MIAA championship Britons.

  • Women's Lacrosse Prospect Camp

    September 24, 2017 - 10 a.m.
    Briton Girls’ Lacrosse Camps are designed to prepare players for the next stage of their competitive play. Our camps and clinics offer a great opportunity to improve and develop individual skills and team concepts with close, individual attention from current Albion College coaches and players. Not only will players have the chance to develop their lacrosse skill set, they will also learn more about Albion College and the NCAA Division III experience.

  • Albion College Softball Camps

    Albion College Women's Softball offers a variety of camps, including pitching camps, defensive specialty camps, offensive camps, youth skills camps, coaches clinics and summer camps.

  • Men's Basketball - Championship Team Camp

    This highly competitive camp stretches over three days. While your team will be playing numerous traditional-style games, there will also be a "special situation" tournament, an overtime tournament, and ends with a championship tournament. Camp will conclude mid-afternoon with the championship game.

  • Men's Basketball - Prospect Camp


    Men's Soccer - WW Soccer Camps

    Albion College Men's Soccer offers a variety of camps, including Elite Youth Camp, Elite High School Camp, and Iron Mountain Camp.

    Women's Basketball - Team Shootouts

    It's never too early to start preparing for next season! As you begin to plan your summer schedule consider bringing your team to Albion College for one of our Summer Team Shootouts. Our shootouts provide a great opportunity for you and your team to be able to compete and gain valuable game experience.

  • Women's Volleyball - Team Camp

    The Albion College Team Camp is for the High School Varsity Team looking to improve their team for the upcoming season through highly competitive match play at a bargain level price. Campers can expect to play in over 10+ competitions during their two days in attendance.

  • Women's Volleyball - All Skills Prospect Camp

    Albion College Prospect camp is a one-day all-skills camp geared towards (but not limited to!) high school players who are looking to experience the volleyball program at Albion College. Our camp curriculum is designed to accommodate all levels of play and is adjustable for all campers' skill levels. Campers' skill levels will be evaluated early in camp and campers will be placed in a group that challenges their level of play.