Elite Training Camp

Boarding camp with Non-Boarder option


  • Boys and Girls ages 8-18 of all skill levels.

  • 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.


Traditional Camp I: June 12-16, 2016
National Camp I: June 19-23, 2016
National Camp II: June 26 – 30, 2016


Traditional Camp:
   $735 Boarder Option
   $635 Non-Boarder Option

$450 Full Day Option (see Notes below)
$299 Half Day Option (see Notes Below)

National Camp:
   $785 Boarder Option
   $685 Non-Boarder Option


Full Day Option:

9:00 am – 4:00 pm daily

Non-Boarder Option:

Sunday 2:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Mon-Wed 8:45 am – 8:30 pm

Thurs – 8:45 am – 11:45 am


    Non Boarder option includes all sessions of tennis, lunch, dinner, free time, and evening activities. Pickup is 8:30pm every night at the courts EXCEPT Tuesday night which will be at main circle on Notre Dame Ave. We do a non-tennis session on Tuesday night, so that’s why there should be a different pick-up point that night.

    HALF DAY OPTION: $299.00

    **Day Camper rate I includes: PM practice (Sunday, June 14th) from 1:00pm-8:30pm EST, as well as dinner. Morning practice ONLY (Monday 6/15- Thursday 6/18) from 8:30am-11:30am EST. Day Camper rate also includes Under Armour issued camp gear.

    FULL DAY OPTOIN: $450.00

    **Day Camper rate II includes: PM practice (Sunday, June 14th) from 1:00-8:30pm EST, as well as dinner. Morning practice, lunch and afternoon practice (Monday 6/15-Thursday 6/18). Day Camper rate also includes Under Armour issued camp gear.

    ** The Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camp at the University of Notre Dame is run in tight conjunction with the University of Notre Dame Youth Sports and Community Programs. Some policies with this camp may be different from Premier Sports Camps | the Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camps other camps.



The Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camp at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana is one of the oldest and the most respected summer tennis camps in the nation.

For more than 30 years, the Fighting Irish coaching staff has provided young players first rate instruction on the picturesque campus of the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. Co-Directed by Head Men’s tennis coach, Ryan Sachire and Head Women’s tennis coach, Jay Louderback, the camp offers both a Traditional and National camp to provide those ages 9-18 with the latest tennis techniques, tactics and strategies.

The summer tennis camp located in South Bend, Indiana offers a fun, fast paced and highly energetic week of Traditional camp on the beautiful University of Notre Dame campus. Here, campers will receive instruction on the fundamentals of all major strokes and will enhance their skills through repetition, ball-feeding drills, live-ball situations and competitive match play. This camp is a great experience for those of all skill levels.

The Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camp at Notre Dame will also be offering two weeks of the popular National Camp this summer. The National camp is specifically designed for players with a high level of experience and training. This camp is open to all skills levels, but offers a more intensive training curriculum with advanced concepts including instruction on match play tactics and strategies for both singles and doubles as well as speed training and high intensity drill work.


  • Minimum of 30 hours of tennis instruction per week
  • Match play in fun, spirited, competitive atmosphere
  • Personal evaluations for future improvement
  • Social and recreational activities
  • Camp Demo program featuring the latest Wilson rackets
  • T-shirts and prizes for all campers

Location Information:

Eck Tennis Pavillion
Notre Dame, IN 46556


This is (my son’s) second Wilson Traditional camp and ND, and the boy is sore and tired but having a great time and improving his skills by leaps and bounds. We cannot say enough about the positive, encouraging, effective coaching Jakob receives daily. What a fine group!
You're working hard and having fun. you meet tons of new people. you work super hard with kids that are better or the same as you.
Grace M - Camper
I had a great time playing tennis! The coaches were so helpful and really aided in improving my game!
Olivia M - Camper
It is a great camp. The counselors are excellent and the facilities are great.
Tallie G - parent
My daughter thoroughly enjoyed every day. She plays for her high school and learned some things to help her game.
Mary S. - parent
What a great camp. Our kids had so much fun and couldn’t stop talking about the coaches – see you next summer
Jill R – Parent
The coaches were awesome. Lots of great kids there — good camaraderie with fellow campers. My daughter thought it was a fantastic experience.
Linda J – Parent
Madeleine just returned from Wilson camp at ND and had a great time. Thanks so much
Jamie L. – Parent
Jack had a great time at (Notre Dame) camp.
Susan P. (Parent)


Co-Director: Ryan Sachire

One of the top players in the history of the University of Notre Dame men’s tennis program, Ryan Sachire became the seventh head coach in the 91-year history of the program July 1, 2013 after serving two seasons as an assistant coach and five as the associate head coach after returning home to the Golden Dome in the summer of 2006.

Sachire ended his professional career in 2005 and was an assistant at Baylor in 2005-06, helping the Bears reach the semifinals of the NCAA Championship. A three-time singles All-American with the Irish, he replaced former Irish assistant Todd Doebler, who was hired as the head coach at Penn State.

Sachire’s effect on the Irish took absolutely no time to take hold. In his first season at Notre Dame, the Irish reached the NCAA round-of-16 for the second straight year, finished with the most victories in a single-season since 1980-81 and ended the campaign ranked sixth in the country (the highest ranking to close a season since being ranked third at the completion of the 1991-92 season). Sachire also was instrumental in the performance of Stephen Bass, who not only became the 18th All-American in Notre Dame men’s tennis history, but also captured the John Van Nostrand Memorial Award, which provides a stipend to the top senior player embarking on a professional career (an award Sachire captured in 2000).



“Dear Campers,

“Thank you for considering the University of Notre Dame’s Tennis Camp Program. Your 2015 camp experience will be fun, educational, & rewarding. Please know that each camper’s safety and welfare are our top priority and that camp instruction will be provided by one of the nation’s elite coaching staffs; that of the Fighting Irish. The camp experience will provide an opportunity to fine tune your skills within some of the finest athletic complexes in the country, including the beautiful Eck Tennis Pavilion. You will also have the opportunity to play with and against some of the best players in the country each day! Over the course of the 2015 summer season, we will be offering three camp sessions

Our National Camp Sessions will be offered two separate weeks; June 21-25 and June 28-July 2, both open to any and all players ages 9-18.

Although open to all skill levels, the National Camps will offer a more intensive training curriculum with advanced concepts including instruction on match play strategies and tactics for both singles and doubles, point building/rally progressions, mental and physical training and high intensity drill work. Each National Camp will feature a full tournament for all campers, as well as multiple team tennis competitions.

Our Traditional Camp Session will run June 14-18, which is also open to any and all players ages 9-18.