Bob Bayliss left Navy in 1984 with a perfect 19-0 record vs. Army, standing as the only Mids coach in any sport to be undefeated against the Black Knights.

Spots Still Remain For Notre Dame Summer Tennis Camps

June 16, 2005

Spots still remain for the Notre Dame summer tennis camps, which kick off with the first of four week-long sessions on Sunday. The camps – directed by head men’s tennis coach Bob Bayliss and head women’s tennis coach Jay Louderback – provide opportunities for boys and girls ages 9-18 to receive instruction from an accomplished staff of coaches and players. The sessions run from June 19-23, June 26-30, July 3-7, and July 10-14, with the last one – National Junior Camp – geared toward nationally- and sectionally-ranked players.

The cost of the camps is $600 per week, which includes at least 30 hours of instruction, all meals, housing, and tennis activities. Campers not needing housing will receive a $100 discount on the price. The outdoor Courtney Tennis Center and indoor Eck Tennis Pavilion – which have played host to NCAA tournament action on 12 occasions – are the site of the camps, which feature match play in a fun, spirited, team competition, as well as personal evaluation for future improvement, and a package of adidas gear. Campers, who stay in Notre Dame dormitories for the week, also will have access to special off-court activities, like swimming, field games, and tennis movies.

For registration information, click here. Further information can be obtained from Notre Dame’s camps office at 574-631-8788.