Elite Training Camp

Day Camp


  • Boys Prospect Day (March 12) – Boys grade 9-12.
  • Boys Elite Camp (July 29-31) – Boys rising Grades 9-12
  • Girls Elite Camp (August 12-14) – Girls rising Grades 9-12
    • Per NCAA rules, our sports camps are open to all entrants. Enrollment is limited only by age, grade level, gender, and capacity restrictions as specified by each camp.


Boys Prospect Camp I: March 12, 2016
Elite Boys Camp Session I: July 29-31, 2016
Elite Girls Camp: August 12-14, 2016


   Boys Prospect Day – $225
   Elite Boys Camp – $650
   Elite Girls Camp – $650


Prospect Camp:

8:00am – 6:00pm

Elite Camp:

Friday: 1:45pm-8:30pm

Saturday: 10:00am-9:00pm

Sunday: 10:00am-1:00pm


    These camps have very limited enrollment to ensure a great deal of personal attention. Please register early to ensure involvement.

    Lodging is not provided. Please make your own arrangements.



The Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camps are excited to be hosting three weeks of tennis camp in Hanover, NH. These Elite training camps at Dartmouth College will have two unique offerings in 1 day and 3 day models. All campers will receive first rate instruction and exposure to the latest teaching techniques, all while be surrounded by one of the nations premier campuses.

Part of the Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camps Elite Tennis Camps, the Boys Elite camp and Girls Elite camp are high intensity training camps for serious players looking to work on many of the strategies and point building philosophies focused on with top collegiate programs.

The camp will feature college style practices and two team match play in the college (dual) format. In the team practices, players will be challenged with college level drills that are taken directly from Coach Drake’s and Coach Dallis’ varsity practices. In the team matches, the players will get exposed to the excitement and fun of the college style format. An added bonus of this format is the on court coaching. The staff will be on court throughout these matches to give the players feedback and guidance on how to improve their games. We will also have a session focused on doubles play, a key ingredient to being a great college player, as well as a Q+A session with the coaches to discuss college tennis and the recruiting process.

Lodging is not provided on campus, however, a list of recommended hotels and accommodations can be found HERE. In the past, most of our parents have attended with the kids.


  • Elite level training
  • College style practices, matches and intensity
  • Q+A session with the coaching staff covering the general tennis recruiting process, college training and typical lives of tennis student athletes
  • Top flight staff made up entirely of college coaches
  • Camp demo program that includes all the latest Wilson rackets
  • T-Shirts and great Wilson prizes for all campers

Location Information:



Co-Director: Chris Drake
Head Men’s Tennis Coach – Dartmouth College

Chris Drake is in his 6th season as the Head Men’s tennis coach at Dartmouth College. Over the past six years, Coach Drake has made monumental steps forward for the Big Green tennis program. Most recently, the 2014-25 Big Green ended the year with an overall 14-10 mark as well as a 5-2 mark in the Ivy League, tying them for second in conference play. Their season concluded with five straight victories over conference rivals, including Princeton (No. 30) and Harvard (34), with landed them a year end ITA national ranking of 42. Drake was named the ITA Northeast Regional Coach of the Year in 2015.

Prior to his time at Dartmouth, Drake spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Northwestern University. Here, Drake earned the ITA Midwest Regional Assistant Coach of the Year award and helped elevate the Wildcats to a national ranking high of No. 34. Before embarking on his successful coaching career, Drake was an accomplished player on the ATP doubles tour and earned himself a world doubles ranking of 92.

Coach Drake is a 2003 graduate of Brown University with a degree in Modern American History. Drake was a two-time captain and helped lead the Bears to an NCAA tournament appearance for two straight years.



The following schedules are sample schedules of our camps. These are provided to give a rough idea of how each camp is programmed throughout the day.


1:45pm-2:00pm Check-in at Boss Tennis Center
2:00pm-4:30pm College Team Style Practice
4:30pm-6:30pm Dinner Break (not included)
6:30pm-8:30pm Doubles work and match play