August 1-3, 2019
Our goal is to provide athletes the knowledge and understanding of distance running in a fun and motivational atmosphere in order to prepare athletes to have success in future seasons. Train with runners from around the Midwest, learn from collegiate coaches on practical and technical aspects of the sport, and run with collegiate athletes that have experienced top levels of training and racing. Lecture topics will cover proper goal setting, successful mindsets, and training theory, along with a Q&A session with current coaches and student-athletes.
For more information, contact Jake Isaacson, Michigan Tech Cross Country Coach at 906-3143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This camp is open to boys and girls entering grades 9-12 as of fall 2019. A packet of required forms will be sent to participants via email once their application is processed. The required forms must be submitted prior to the start of camp.
Commuter Only $105
Deadline to register: July 18, 2019
Payment in full is due at time of registration. Refunds, less a $50 cancellation fee are available until July 18. After July 18, refunds less the cancellation fee will be issued for medical reasons only.
Meet the Coordinator
Jake Isaacson became head coach of the Michigan Tech cross country program in June 2017. He also serves as head coach of the track and field program. Isaacson spent the 2015-16 school year as a graduate assistant coach with the track and field and cross country programs at Michigan Tech. Prior to Tech, he was an assistant coach with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana.
The native of Menominee, Michigan, attended Grand Valley State, where he was an NCAA Division II All-American in cross country in 2012. He was also a two-time qualifier in the steeplechase at the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships. As a prep athlete at Menominee High School, Isaacson was the UP Champion in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters in 2008. Isaacson is currently pursuing a second graduate degree in Master of Science in Kinesiology from Michigan Tech. He also holds degrees from Indiana State University and Grand Valley State.