Sports Camps

Directed by Hun School Varsity coaches, fundamentals are emphasized during morning skills sessions with games during afternoon play. 

Soccer Camp

  • Boys and Girls
  • Ages 8-15
  • July 17 - July 21, 2017 (Week 4 of Hun Camp)

Directed by Hun’s Varsity Soccer Coach Joanna Hallac, campers get the full Hun School Soccer experience. Fundamentals are emphasized in the morning during skill sessions followed by games during afternoon play divided by gender. A talented staff of alumni and current students assist at the camps. Lunch is included. Hun campers can choose this as a half day of camp, or attend for the entire week.

List of 5 items.

  • Instruction

    Players will get individualized instruction on technical skills, to help improve their game, and on the tactical side of play, which will give them more overall understanding of the game of soccer. Campers will get the chance to work on dribbling, passing, shooting, playing with awareness, and movement off of the ball.  This will culminate in team play and the chance to put everything they have learned into practice. All field players and goalkeepers will also receive instruction specific to their position.
  • Daily Schedule

    8:00          
    9:00          
    11:30        
    12:15        
    12:45       
    1:00         
    2:30         
    3:00          
    3:00 - 5:15
    Before Camp Care as part of Hun Camp!
    Group instruction, individual position skills, and drills
    Lunch
    Position work and team defense
    Pre-game warm-up
    Games and competitions divided by gender
    Wrap-up, daily awards, and motivational address
    Dismissal
    After Camp Care as part of Hun Camp!
  • Camp Director

    Coach Joanna Hallac has been the head coach of The Hun School Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team since 2013, leading them to the NJISAA Prep "A" State Championship game in both of her first two seasons and guiding them to win the championship in 2014 for the first time since 1990.  The Hun School Girls’ Soccer Team earned Team of the Year honors from the Trenton Times in 2014, finishing with a 14-4-1 record, while Hallac earned 2014 Coach of the Year honors from the Trenton Times, Princeton Packet, and The Trentonian. Coach Hallac played Division I Women’s Soccer at Lafayette College from 1996-1998, after a successful high school career at Weston High School in Weston, Connecticut. Coach Hallac has an NSCAA State Coaching License, as well as NSCAA Goalkeeping Level I & II Licenses. Before coming to The Hun School, Coach Hallac taught history and coached at her alma mater, Weston High School, assisting the Boys’ Varsity Soccer Team that won the Class M State Championship in 2005. Then, after taking over the Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team in 2007, Hallac led them to three consecutive appearances in the state tournament, two in the conference tournament, and the first consecutive winning seasons they had had since 2000-2001. While the head coach at Weston, Coach Hallac’s team was also the four-time recipient of the South West Conference Sportsmanship Award and the 2009 Andy Pitonick Sportsmanship Award. In addition to being the head coach of the Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team at Hun, Coach Hallac teaches in the History and Global Studies Department in the Upper School, assists with Student Government, and lives in Lawrenceville.
  • Camp Highlights

    • Individualized instruction
    • Low camper to instructor ratio
    • Position-specific training
    • Qualified training staff (including current and former Hun Varsity players)
    • Games and Competitions
    • Free Soccer Camp T-shirt
  • Tuition

    $275 per week

    includes:
    • Instruction                  
    • Camp T-shirt
    • Lunch                         
    • Refreshments              

Baseball Camp

  • Boys and Girls
  • Ages 8-15
  • July 24 - July 28, 2017 (Week 5 of Hun Camp)
The Baseball Camp at The Hun School of Princeton is a comprehensive skills camp, which focuses on baseball fundamentals, conditioning, and sportsmanship.  A talented and knowledgeable group of instructors comprised of alumni and current players and coaches will run the camp along with head coach Tom Monfiletto.  Campers will be able to enhance their baseball skills and knowledge of every aspect of the game. Lunch is included. Hun campers can choose this as a half day of camp, or attend for the entire week.
 

List of 5 items.

  • Instruction and Focus on Fundamentals

    • Sportsmanship
    • Hitting mechanics
    • Bunting
    • Fielding – footwork and throwing
    • Pitching – delivery, balance, grips
    • Catcher skills – receiving, throwing, blocking          
    • Base-running
    • Field position skills
    • Team defense
    • Cut-offs and relays
    • Group and individual instruction
  • Daily Schedule

    8:00           
    9:00          
    11:30        
    12:15        
    12:45       
    1:00         
    2:30         
    3:00           
    3:00 - 5:15
    Before Camp Care as part of Hun Camp!
    Group instruction, individual position skills, and drills
    Lunch
    Position work and team defense
    Pre-game warm-up
    Games and Competitions
    Wrap-up, daily awards, and motivational address
    Dismissal
    After Camp Care as part of Hun Camp!
     
  • Camp Staff

    Tom Monfiletto ’04, camp co-director, is the varsity baseball coach at The Hun School and works in the School’s communications and marketing department.  As a Hun student, he earned All-Prep and All-MAPL honors for baseball and football. He is a graduate of Hamilton College where he was the captain of the varsity baseball and football teams. Tom will plan and oversee all aspects of the camp and instruction.
     
    Brian Scanlon ’06, camp co-director, currently serves as Director of Business Development for Play To Win.  Brian earned first team All-MAPL and All-Prep honors as a catcher at The Hun School and went on to play at Babson College where he became captain his senior year.  Brian served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for Babson from 2010-2014, and coached in the Cape Cod League during the summer of 2012.  Brian will help plan and oversee daily camp operations and will work with catchers and infielders throughout the week.
     
    Steve Garrison ’05, instructor, serves as the varsity pitching coach for The Hun School.  After earning 2005 NJ Player of the Year honors, Steve was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 10th round of that summer’s MLB draft.  Steve has enjoyed an 11-year professional career which included a stint in the big leagues with the New York Yankees.  Steve will work with pitchers.
     
    Mike Russo ’08, instructor, serves as the pitching coach for Princeton University.  After an All-MAPL and All-Prep campaign, the Philadelphia Phillies drafted Mike in the summer of 2008. Mike attended NC State for two years before transferring to Kean University where he became the 2011 NJAC Pitcher of the Year.  Mike also garnered second-team All-America honors, posting a 10-2 record with a 1.93 ERA. Mike finished his career at Kean with a 17-3 record.  Mike will work with pitchers and outfielders.
     
    Pat Jones, instructor, assistant varsity baseball coach, and math teacher at The Hun School, has been with the camp since its inception. Pat is the NJ Mavericks’ Travel Program Instructor as well as their 10U head coach.  He also serves as Executive Board Member of the Redbird Baseball and Softball League.  Pat played baseball and football at Juniata College. He will work with catchers and outfielders.
  • Camp Highlights

    •  Individual instruction
    • Small group instruction
    • Fundamental skills stations
    • Games – Hun Camp World Series
    • Daily awards
    • Awards ceremony on final day
  • Tuition

    $275 per week

    includes:
    • Instruction                  
    • Camp T-shirt
    • Lunch                         
    • Baseball hat
    • Refreshments              
    • Athletic bag

Basketball Camp

  • Boys and Girls
  • Ages 8-15
  • July 31 - August 4 and August 7 - 11, 2017
The Hun Raider Basketball camp, directed by Varsity Boys’ Basketball Coach Jonathan Stone, provides the quality instruction and attention that young basketball players need. Fundamentals will be emphasized in the morning during skill sessions followed by games and tournaments during afternoon play. A talented staff of current and former coaches, alumni, and current students assist at the camp. Lunch is included.

List of 5 items.

  • Instruction

    The emphasis of The Hun Raider Basketball Camp is to teach and develop the necessary skills to become a better basketball player.  Such skills include dribbling, passing, shooting, defense rebounding, screening, and most importantly team play.  These skills be will be worked on daily through stations and individual attention.  Lectures, demonstrations, and films will provide campers added opportunity to learn diversified skills and techniques.
  • Daily Schedule

    9:00           
    9:15          
    10:15        
    11:15        
    12:00       
    12:45         
    1:30         
    3:00           
    Warm-up
    Stations
    Lecture
    3 on 3 Games
    Lunch
    Skills Competitions
    5 on 5 Games
    Pick-up 
  • Camp Director

    Jonathan Stone has been the Head Boys’ Basketball Coach at The Hun School of Princeton since the fall of 2000. With a state championship, three MAPL championships, four regular season MAPL titles and several Ivy League players, The Hun School, has become arguably one of the best prep schools with a combination of high academic standards and basketball excellence in the country. Former Hun School players are currently on Division I rosters at Princeton, St. Joe’s, Vanderbilt, Elon, Rhode Island, Northeastern, Colgate, Dartmouth and others. Before arriving at The Hun School, Coach Stone spent two years at the University of Rochester as assistant coach and graduate student under Coach Mike Neer. Prior to Rochester, Coach Stone spent five years as a professional basketball player in Europe. His stops included the Chester Jets in Chester, England; Bayern Muenchen in Munich, Germany and Dungannon Basketball Club in Dungannon, N. Ireland. Coach Stone also spent a year with the Harlem Globetrotters organization as a member of their regular opponent the Washington Generals. Coach Stone attended Colgate University, Class of 1992. During his career he was a two-year captain, three-time MVP, two-time Most Improved Player, and still holds the single game scoring record of 52 points. At The Hun School, Coach Stone teaches math, is the Athletic Liaison to the office of College Counseling, and is the Dean of the Junior Class. Coach Stone also serves on the NCAA Student Records and Review Committee. Coach Stone lives on campus with his wife Jennifer, and sons Carson and Ryan.
  • Camp Highlights

    Individualized instruction 
    Low camper-instructor ratio 
    Qualified competent staff (including Hun School varsity coaches and players) 
    Quality teaching of basic skills for beginners and advanced players 
    Competitive games 
    Competition prizes awarded
    Hun School basketball t-shirt
  • Tuition

    $275 per Week
    Includes instruction, T-Shirt and lunch.

    $550 for two Weeks; $490 with discount 
    Includes instruction, T-Shirt and lunch.

    *Attend both weeks and save $60 off of Week 2 using the online registration discount code: HUNBASKETBALLDISCOUNT

Contact Us

List of 3 members.

  • Joanna Hallac 

    History and Global Studies Teacher; Head Girls' Soccer Coach
    (609) 921-7600 Ext 2319
    Fairfield University - M.Ed.
    George Washington University - M.P.S.
    Lafayette College - B.A.
  • Thomas Monfiletto 04

    Associate Director of Communications and Marketing; Head Baseball Coach
    (609) 921-7600 Ext 2249
    Temple University - MA
    Hamilton College - BA
  • Jonathan Stone 

    Director of Resident Life; Faculty; Head Boys' Basketball Coach
    (609) 921-7600 Ext 3383
    Colgate University - B.A.
    University of Rochester - M.S.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school.  Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.

176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton, NJ 08540  |  Phone: (609) 921-7600 | Email: admiss@hunschool.org