College Development Program

Finding The Right Fit…

The RinkSport College Development Program brings some of the NCAA’s top Women’s Ice Hockey coaches together with prospective student-athletes from across North America for a week of training, education, and competition. For Summer 2017, our camp is open to risting High School Freshmen through Seniors (and PGs):

  • Boston, MA June 17-22, 2017 @ Babson College

Players in our College Development Programs will spend at least 3 hours per day on the ice in college-style practices and competition as well as ample time off the ice in training sessions. In addition to the physical activities, players will participate in our comprehensive lecture series which will cover topics such as:

  • The College Application and Essays
  • NCAA Initial Eligibility
  • Division 1 and Division 3
  • NESCAC and Ivy League
  • LeadershipDSCN4486
  • Nutrition and Training

RinkSport is designed for the committed student-athlete focused on securing an opportunity to play NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey. Players who are looking for a recreational camp should explore other opportunities.

Per NCAA rules, programs such as ours (where college coaches work with players), must be open to all eligible participants.  Eligibility for the RinkSport College Development Program is restricted to Female ice hockey players who graduate from high school in 2021 or earlier.  Players are accepted on a first come, first served basis, and we have limited spaces available.


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Register for the College Development Program – BOSTON

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babsoncollegeDates: June 17 – June 22, 2017
Location: Babson College – Wellesley, Massachusetts

Registration Fee $1200.00 USD.  Fee Includes:

  • All training, coaching, ice time, etc.
  • Room and board at Babson College (boarding is mandatory)
  • RinkSport jersey
  • RinkSport t-shirt
  • Transportation to/from Boston Logan Airport (if you require it)

REGISTER FOR RINKSPORT BOSTON