June 28 - July 3 (day only)
July 5 - July 10
July 12 - July 17
July 19 - July 24
July 26 - July 31
He brings over 20 years of tennis coaching experience in the New Jersey area as the men's and women's coach at Drew University, Yeshiva University, Fairleigh Dickinson and now NJIT. Ira is currently in his 1st season as the Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach at New Jersey Institute of Technology.
From 1994-98, he guided the FDU Knights to three conference championships, before taking the job at the Drew University from 1998-2005. During that time period he became the all-time winningest women's coach in the school's history and won two women's Freedom Conference Championships and five straight men's championships, along with six conference coach of the year awards.
The fall of 2005 saw Coach Miller's triumphant return to Fairleigh Dickinson. From 2005-2012, he won four more Northeast Conference championships, all culminating in NCAA Championship bids, and another five Coach of Year awards. In 2014, Miller led his Yeshiva University team to their first Skyline conference championship and NCAA bid in any sport, which makes him one of the few elite coaches to takes teams to the men's division I and III NCAA Team Championship. All together between Drew, Fairleigh Dickinson, and Yeshiva, Coach Miller has collected 16 Conference Coach of the Year Awards and 17 Conference Team championships.
In addition to both his teams winning championships during the 2011-12 season and qualifying for the NCAA tournament, he was also selected as the 2012 ITA Regional Coach of the Year for the women.
In 2004, he was given one of the highest honors for his efforts at Fairleigh Dickinson, by being inducted into the University's Hall of Fame. Drew bestowed this same honor in 2011.
Active outside of the college scene as well, Ira coached the USA's 1999 Pan American Maccabi Junior Team in Mexico City and in the summer of 2006 coached the Boys and Girls 16's Eastern Zonal team to the gold medal in St. Louis. He was also honored by the USTA/ITA, receiving their Eastern Section Award for promoting recreational tennis on campus in 2006.
Coach Miller graduated Cum Laude from Clark University where he was a four-year letterman. He has taught at both Hofstra and Fairleigh Dickinson and is an accomplished author, being published in many of the leading tennis magazines.
Ira will have an all-star staff consisting of college coaches and assistant tennis coaches.
SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION: (ages 8-18)
Overnight/Extended Day Campers: Check In Sunday 1-2pm, Check Out Friday 12pm at the courts.
Day Campers: Check In Sunday 1:30-2pm, Check Out Friday 12pm at the courts. Monday-Thursday: day camp runs 9am-5pm.
Ramapo College features 12 lit tennis courts including air-conditioned suites for dorming and an indoor swimming pool/rec center. Don't miss out on this elite New Jersey Tennis Camp!
SPECIAL HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY/JV TENNIS PACKAGE:
The adidas Ramapo Tennis Camp will be offering a special rate for four or more players from the same high school team. Players can be grouped together and will be exposed to high level stroke production, along with singles and doubles playing geared specifically for high school and USTA competition. We can also incorporate feedback from the high school coach and tailor the program specifically for his or her team. A great chance for high school players to get advanced instruction and compete against top division I players! Please call 1.800.944.7112 or email Support@TennisCamper.com to set up your group code.
I had such a great time at the Ramapo College adidas Tennis Camp. I met amazing NCAA players and coaches. They taught and inspired me to do so many things. I can't wait for next year!
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