Our final camp of the summer starts August 14th where Chatham University head coach Chris Fernandez, will join PVD Squash's head development coach Ben Gemma, for a 4 day junior camp. The camp is open to any and all squash players. We believe creating a fun and relaxed atmosphere is essential for students to maximize their time, enjoy the process of learning, improving, all while making friends and having a positive experience.
Squash can be a powerful platform in which to develop character and skills that can be used in all walks of life. Our campers will get a better understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses, build character, become better equipped to deal with high pressure situations and reach their potential both on and off the court.
Mon 8/14 9:00am - 4:00pm
Tues 8/15 9:00am - 4:00pm
Wed 8/16 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thur 8/17 9:00am - 4:00pm
For more info and to register for this camp email email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE - Spaces are limited so book early to take advantage of this amazing opportunity and to avoid disappointment!
Court times are limited for the duration of the camp. Please check Clublocker for availability.
Chatham has completed it's fifth season in 2022-23 under Fernandez’ leadership. The Cougars, currently ranked 14th in the country, were the 2019-20 and 2021-22 recipients of the Barnaby Award, given to the most improved team in the United States. In their second season as a program, they improved from a #61 ranking to #28 nationally, and improved on that ranking by finishing 14th in the nation, their highest ranking nationally to date.
Ben graduated from Dickinson College in 2022, where he played varsity squash as a three year starter and two year captain. During his time at Dickinson the team captured two Conroy Cup championships, the program’s first Saints and Devils Cup, and reached a national ranking as high as 20 in the CSA. After college Ben began training to play professionally on the PSA World Tour. In addition to coaching at PVD Squash, Ben is also the head high school girls varsity squash coach, as well as middle school squash coach at his high school alma mater, Moses Brown.