UH and Michigan to co-host football camp at Saint Louis – Honolulu Star-Advertiser
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The University of Hawaii and University of Michigan coaching staffs will be co-hosts of a June 26 football camp on the Saint Louis School campus.
Both coaching staffs will provide instruction to the high school-eligible players. The Saint Louis coaches also will be involved in the camp. The registration fee and itinerary will be announced later.
GPA Football — an organization directed by Rich Miano, a former UH player and coach, and Chad Ikei, who runs a strength-conditioning business — will handle registration and other administrative duties.
UH and Michigan agreed to serve as partners on this leg of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s revived so-called “Summer Swarm” of 30 satellite camps in 30 days.
Last month, the NCAA’s Division I Board of Directors rescinded a ban on satellite camps. The decision frees football coaches to work at camps across the country, as long as those camps are in compliance with NCAA rules.
The Warriors also plan to host their own football camps on their campus in June. Details of the UH camps are pending.
UH and Michigan will meet Sept. 3 in a football game in Ann Arbor, Mich.