Camp Dates: July 14-18, 2013
Resident Cost: $310 (includes all meals and air-conditioned housing)*
Commuter Cost: $245 (includes lunch and dinner)*
*entry fees include 7.5% sales tax
Entry: Send the attached application form along with a $50 non-refundable deposit check made payable to SDSU to the following address:
South Dakota State University Athletics
c/o Niki Bono
2820 HPER Center
Brookings, SD 57007
Applications should be mailed by Monday, July 1. If you miss the deadline please call or email Coach Rod DeHaven at (605) 688-5994 or Rod.DeHaven@sdstate.edu
To download the application, simply click on the PDF Brochure at the top of the page.
Applicants should be entering grades 7-12. All resident campers will be provided with a two-person room (you may request a roommate) that includes linens, pillow and towel.
The Jackrabbit Cross Country camp is open to any and all entrants (limited, only by number, age and grade level).
If a camper will require any accommodations due to special needs, we ask that you notify us via e-mail or in writing of those needs a minimum of two weeks prior to camp start date so we can make the accommodations.
Check-in: 2-3 p.m. on Sunday, July 14, at the SDSU Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center/Frost Arena located on the east end of campus just south of the football stadium.
Camp Conclusion: 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 18.
Supervision: Campers will be supervised at all times by coaches and/or counselors. Misconduct by a camper would be grounds for dismissal without refund.
For more information contact:
About camp director Rod DeHaven
SDSU Head Cross Country and Track & Field Coach Rod DeHaven achieved his fair share of success as a coach and as an athlete. DeHaven earned Summit League Coach of the Year four times (Women-2008, Men-2009, 2010, 2012) after his cross country squads took home conference titles.
Entering his tenth season as head coach in the fall of 2013, DeHaven's teams own four conference cross country titles, during which distance runners set nine school records on the track.
As a student-athlete at SDSU, DeHaven excelled in cross country and on the track from the 800 to 10,000-meters. He still holds school records at 800 and 1500-meters outdoors and 800-meters, 1500-meters and the Mile indoors. He won multiple North Central Conference titles including four straight in cross country.
As a post-collegian, he ran competitively nationally and internationally for 14 years, highlighted by a win in the 2000 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials that qualified him for the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia.