All-Sports Camp is an interactive camp for athletes of all levels. Campers will participate in a variety of sports such as tennis, pickleball, flag football, soccer, matball, basketball, hockey and many other sports. The camp also includes indoor games from Berkeley’s Project Adventure program. Campers may also swim in the Cantonis Pool (full-day July sessions, weather permitting).
This is a one-week session; half-day and full-day sessions available. A hearty lunch provided by Sage Dining Services is an add-on option for this camp.
Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (ages 7-14)
About the coaches:
Justin Houston is currently in his fourteenth year as a physical education instructor at Berkeley, and he also serves as dean of students for grades 11 and 12. He was the head varsity baseball coach at Berkeley Prep for eight years. During this time, Berkeley played in three regional championship games and two regional semifinals. The team also won three (2012/2013/2014) district titles. Coach Houston was the recipient of the 2005 Class 2A and 2007 Class 3A Hillsborough County Coach of the Year. He was also elected as an assistant coach for the West Team during the 2008 Florida All-Star Game. Coach Houston has also served as the head middle division football coach as well as an assistant varsity football coach.
Coach Garrett Rivas played Division I football at University of Michigan (where he was First Team All-Big Ten and is the Wolverines career points leader) and graduated with a degree in sports management. He signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and also played arena football. A graduate of Jesuit High School, Coach Rivas is a middle division physical education instructor at Berkeley Prep and an assistant varsity football coach. This is his tenth season with Berkeley Summer Camps.
Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Coach Ronnie Williams was a four-year starter on his high school varsity basketball team. He earned a scholarship to play college basketball at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee, and he completed his college career at Hilbert College in south Buffalo. Coach Williams was co-founder of God’s Children (GC Ballers), an elite AAU organization in Buffalo, which was ranked one of the top basketball organizations in the country in 1998. The organization produced several Division I athletes who later turned out to be professional athletes in the NBA and NFL. Coach Williams moved to Tampa in 2000 and began coaching at Berkeley in November 2002. Over seven seasons as head JV coach, he amassed a record of 67-15, and for the first time in the history of Berkeley basketball on the JV level, the team defeated Jesuit two consecutive years. The JV team also reached the best mark in Berkeley history by going 14-1 in one of Coach Williams’s six seasons. He is currently dean of students (9th and 10th grade), and physical education instructor at Berkeley.
Coach Jenn Shannon-Martin played on two national champions squads (Division II) at Barry University and she is a two-time NSCAA All-American. In 1990 she was second in the nation in scoring, and in 1996 she was inducted into the Barry University athletic Wall of Honor. She played professionally in Finland and Sweden, as well as for the Tampa Elite and Indiana Blaze. A soccer coach since 1994, Coach Martin has coached Berkeley Prep’s varsity girls soccer team, a 2010 state finalist, since 2002. She is also a member of the Berkeley PE department.
In 2014, Coach Richie Warren led Jesuit High to its first state baseball championship in 14 years. In eight seasons as head baseball coach at Jesuit, he amassed an impressive 206-39 record, and in the last five seasons his team advanced to the state final four. He is a graduate of Jesuit High, where he won a state championship as a starting pitcher, and he attended the University of Florida. Coach Warren joined the Berkeley staff in 2014 and now leads the Berkeley baseball program.