State Selection Camp Information
Who is the State Selection Camp For?
Utah resident players who would like the opportunity to skate against high level players from their birth year and want to be selected to move on to the Rocky Mountain District (RMD), Western Regional Camp or Girls Multi-District District Player Development/Evaluation Camp. This is not a training camp. It is a selection camp. The camp is open to all girls and boys that can compete at all skill levels, who are age eligible and whose parent(s) are permanent residents Utah.
Who is age eligible?
Utah residents (players whose parent(s) are permanent residence of Utah) who are age eligible for the State Camp born in the following years: 2000, 2001, 2002 or 2003.
Billet Players: These players are NOT eligible for the RMD Player Development Camp. Out of state players must attend the District Development Camp for their state of residence.
Non USA Citizens - Players MUST be USA citizens to advance to the District Camp(s). Those players who are not USA citizens, but played hockey in Utah during the 2016-2017 season should contact Brian Clements at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to registering and will be invited to participate in the State Selection Camp on an as room available basis after the open registration period. These players must be recommended in writing by their coaching director.
Out-of-State Players - Out-of-state players (i.e., a billeted player whose parent(s) are permanent residence of another state) may attend the State Camp for evaluation purposes only. These individuals are not eligible for a Utah slot to the District Camp. We will provide the player’s home state an evaluation letter that identifies the player’s ranking among the Utah players by gender, birth year and position. Out-of- State Players that wish to attend the Utah State Camp should contact Brian Clements at email@example.com prior to registering for the camp.
State Selection Camp Registration Numbers
The age bracket for boys 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 will be limited to four (4) groups. Girls will also have 4 age groups of 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003. The girls may run all 4 sessions with combined age groups depending on number of participants.