|BEACH TENNIS CAMP|
|"In our 17th year, Beach Tennis Camp is designed to teach tennis skills to children of all ages through fun interactive games and contests. Tennis is fun when some competition is mixed with laughs and achievable skill development.
Campers are divided by a mix of skill level to ensure each is receiving the appropriate instruction and opportunity for play. Camp space is therefore limited to ensure the best coach-to-camper ratio. We accept registrations as late as the first day of camp if we can maintain our ratio.
All proceeds go directly to the women's tennis program at Long Beach State, and as such, we are the most affordable tennis camp in the southern Los Angeles Country/Northern Orange County area! Children continuing with afternoon 49er Camp are supervised during lunch and then escorted. We can also be available to transfer to other on-campus camps for a nominal fee. Our goal is to give each child a positive tennis experience.
~Head Coach Jenny Hilt-Costello
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Player of the Week
DeFalco Named MPSF Tournament MVP
TJ DeFalco was named MPSF Tournament MVP after leading Long Beach State to its first-ever MPSF title. DeFalco finished the Tournament with 34 kills, 18 digs, seven blocks, six assists and five aces, while hitting .338.
NEXT GAME: Thursday, May 4 at 5 p.m. - NCAA Semifinals, Columbus, Ohio.
LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Jessica Flores, Softball