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"Impact Hockey Academy Girls Challenge Camp"

Impact Hockey Academy now in our 23rd year of summer hockey instruction is proud to announce our annual Residential camp at St John's Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin.  

Summer 2020 Dates

Check in Sunday 2:00-3:00pm
Check out Friday 3:00pm

2005-2008 girl's (2009 upon approval)
AAA / AA  (CSDHL, NIHL Eite, Gold)  Elite High School, WAHA A and B upon approval

Impact Hockey Academy promotes overall Athlete Development through Leadership Training both on and off the ice.  The 5 Day Residential / Day camp will prepare the Athlete both on and off the ice providing life lessons that will aid in their development as a growing Student Athlete. Impact Training Camp is designed to give the student athlete the opportunity to expand their knowledge, enhance self-confidence, and develop themselves both individually and as a member of a team. The Impact Training Camp will allow them to stretch their physical, emotional and mental limits by operating outside their normal comfort zone. This Camp is truly a one of a kind and designed for the "higher level athlete" that wants to be pushed both on and off the ice. If you have participated in a regular Summer Impact Hockey Academy program multiply this one by 5.

"We believe there is no such thing as Tough. You are either trained or untrained."  
1st Lieutenant, Army Ranger- Jason Sharp

All athletes will participate in the following on and off ice activities during the week at SJNWMA.  Sample schedule below.

  1. On Ice 2-3 hours daily at Nagawaukee Ice Arena located in Delafield two miles from St John's (All athletes will be transported together through the academy along with IHA Staff)  Ice sessions will consist of cutting edge techniques that involve both individual skill and tactical training.  In game concepts and video playback will take place on the ice during the session.  
  2. Daily training sessions with Impact Sports Academy coaches
  3. Rock Wall Climb / Obstacle Course 1st Sergeant  Eric David and SJNWMA staff.
  4. Classroom sessions at the Academy to include training on self defense, resiliency,  mental toughness, discipline, moral compass for life, management and sports leadership.  These classes are structured courses at St John's that all the cadets go through during the school year. 
  5.  Additional Team Building activities instructed by SJNWMA staff
  6. Challenge Mud Run 
  7. Evening activities to include swimming, team building, game and more
  8. Lake Challenges
  9. Decatholon
  10. New Challenges added every year! We Can't wait for 2020!

IHA has assembled a staff that have coached and played at a higher level and understand what it takes to get to the next level as a Student Athlete.  Our Staff member's are decorated with their own accomplishments and provide an unmatched skill as teachers of the game.  

2020 "Challenge Camp Staff"

Ashley Holmes- is in her 6th season as assistant coach at Augsburg University women's hockey team.  North Dakota Graduate and member of their NCAA D1 Women's ice hockey team four years. 

Ann Ninnemann- is in her 14th season as head coach of the UW-Stevens Point women’s hockey team in 2018-19. In her tenure, the Pointers have experienced several successful seasons including a national third-place finish in 2006-07.

Current Athletes in attendance
Ally Johnson- NCAA D1, University of Maine
CJ Coffman-  NCAA D1, University of Maine 
Bell Moskonas- NCAA D3, Morrisville State University
Coryn Tormala- NCAA D1, University of Connecticut

Additional Coaches and Athletes to be announced soon


Impact Hockey Academy

5 Day- Residential Camp
$999 Full Room and Board

Birth Years accepted 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, (2009 accepted upon approval. Please contact Bud Simon directly.)

$999 Goalie's  Goalie Instruction Daily provided by Impact goalie Director Jake Lane 

*payment plans available at registration

please register early!!!


Delafield Wisconsin Information

Delafield Wisconsin Info


6:00am  Wake Up
7:00am   Breakfast
8:00am   On-Ice
12:15pm Lunch 
1:00-4:00 - Military Adventure Training
6:30-Off Ice Training
7:30pm Team Building
9:30pm  Lights Out

Example of items camper's need to bring:

*A more detailed list will be sent a few weeks before camp starts.

Box fans, no air conditioning in dorm rooms
Pillow, pillow case, sheets
Bathroom toiletries
Alarm clock

Any Special requests for allergies and diet needs will be addressed in the registration process. 

We are accepting request for roommates or one will be assigned