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1st Annual Collegiate Exposure Camp

By Whaler Nation, 04/12/19, 3:00PM EDT


Challenge Yourself, Develop your Skill, Strive for Greatness

Do you want one-on-one coaching from Notre Dame? Want to learn the game from Merrimack and Union? Do you want to showcase your talent in front of multiple NCAA Division I, Division III, and NAHL coaches?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then COLLEGIATE EXPOSURE CAMP is the camp for you. Come join us in York, PA May 24-27th to take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity.

West Coast Elite Hockey  is excited to announce the 1st year of the Collegiate Exposure Camp. The camp will provide a strong opportunity for players born from 1999-2006 to showcase their talent for some of the top programs in Div.1 and Div.3 College Hockey. The Collegiate Exposure Camp was uniquely designed for players to be coached in an intimate setting with a one on one mentality.

Camp will be held May 24th-27th at Chilled Ponds in Chesapeake, VA. There will be 2 groups: Junior Prospects (1999-2003) and Future Prospects (2004-2006). Each day will consist of a practice-ran by your highly respected coaches, an off ice session, and then a game to finish of the day.  At the end of camp, players will be given an evaluation by their coaches.

Dates: May 24-27, 2019
Location: Chilled Ponds, Chesapeake, VA
Cost: $600

Camp Includes

  • Over 10 Hours of on-ice instruction from college/junior coaches
  • Over 5 hours of classroom work

  • Coaches accessible through out camp to chat with players and parents

  • Players receive camp t-shirt and shorts

  • NCAA Q & A with College Coaches 

Register Online:

For more information about the Collegiate Exposure Camp visit their website at or email them at


Ben Murphy – Bentley (NCAA DI)

Curtis Carr – Merrimack (NCAA DI)

John Ronan – Union College (NCAA DI)

Max Mobley – Notre Dame (NCAA DI)

Jared Demichael – UMass (NCAA DI)

Ty Eigner – Bowling Green (NCAA DI)

Mike Towns – AIC (NCAA DI)

Matt Alvey – Albertus Magnus (NCAA D3)

Gary Heenen – Utica College (NCAA D3)

Greg Gatto – Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL)