Nicole Ruggiero

This year's camp was different because social distancing was enforced heavily, setting up cones for everyone both on and off the field, and taking the necessary precautions to slow down the spread.

I usually participate in the two week program before the camp starts. This year I was sent home from college in March so I could focus more on training and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

My favorite part of the onsite sessions was definitely the parachutes, everyone got their own cone and it got competitive which helped me focus on myself.

Regardless of having a season or not, I would have done the program anyway. If I had a season, I would feel very confident about my conditioning. This is the best summer camp to prepare for all sports. Since there is no fall season, I am very grateful to have been a participant in this program because it keeps me in shape and helps me boost my confidence. I will continue to train and maintain what I have in order to be ready for whatever sports happen in the near future.

[Nicole is a student-athlete at Emmanuel College. For more on Nicole, see her interview from 2018, linked on the left.]





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- Ryenne Feeney, Bentley College, Sep. 2020
- Mckayla Fisher, Peabody HS, Sep. 2020
- Nicole Ruggiero, Emmanuel College, Sep. 2020
- Deanna Ruggiero, Emmanuel College, Sep. 2020
Ryenne Feeney, Masconomet HS, Oct. 2019
Kitty Mannion, Lynn Classical HS, Oct. 2019
Shannon Burke, Fitchburg State, Dec. 2018
Nicole Ruggiero, Lasell College, Oct. 2018
Deanna Ruggiero, Babson College, Oct. 2018
Sarah Buckley, Boston College, Sep. 2018
Jonathan Luders, Lynnfield HS, March 2017
Haley Dowd, Boston College, Oct. 2016