THE COLLEGE OF WOOSTER / ASPEN RACQUET CLUB – Wooster, OH
Full Day Camp – Saturday December 14, 2019
For the second year in a row, The College of Wooster location, in conjunction with the Aspen Tennis Club in Wooster, OH will be hosting a 1 day Elite Training / UTR CAMP.
Moneyball Training Camp:
The focus of this years Wooster winter camp will be on advanced analytics and percentage tennis. It is our goal to help young players understand how the modern game has evolved. Kids will be exposed to concepts such as the importance of the first 4 shots, percentage net play, offense / defense statistics and more.
Directed by Ohio State Coach David Schilling and Denison University Coach Jamie Scott the camp will supplement the high-intensity training, with a lunch time seminar and afternoon UTR recorded match play. The coaches and their staff will focus on a morning workout modeled after practices they run with their collegiate teams.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CAMP INCLUDE
- Moneyball advanced analytics
- Understanding percentage tennis
- Incorporating modern concepts into your game
- Small instructional groups to ensure individual attention
- Lunch off-court seminar
- Afternoon UTR recorded match play
- Session I: December 14, 2019
- $200 per session
- Boys and Girls ages 8-18 of all skill levels.
MEET YOUR COACHES
Asst. Men’s Tennis Coach
The Ohio State University
The director of The Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camp is Ohio State coach, David Schilling. Schilling is in his 20th year at OSU and during this time the program has achieved unparalleled success, including a 2014 ITA National Indoor Championship and the 2018 & 2009 NCAA National Championship l Team Runner-up.
During his collegiate coaching career, Schilling has helped develop 8 National Champions, 39 All-Americans, 69 NCAA national qualifiers and 83 All-Conference Selections. He has Kenyon College’s all-time winningest coach during his time there and has won conference championships at every school he has coached.
Coach Schilling was named ITA Midwest Assistant Coach of the Year at OSU and NCAC Coach of the Year at Kenyon.
- 29 Conference Championships
- 1 ITA National Indoor Championship
- 31 NCAA Nationally Ranked teams
- 8 National Champions
- 39 All Americans
- 68 National Qualifiers
- 83 All Conference Selections
Schilling graduated from Denison with a bachelor’s degree in economics. He then received his master’s degree in sports management from Ohio State.
Head Women’s Tennis Coach