Step off the sidelines and into the game with Michigan Tech’s Little Huskies Football Camp. We pack a lot of action (and fun!) into the day—field practice with group instruction and time spent with the Huskies coaching staff and current players. Participants will come away with a better understanding of passing, receiving, blocking, footwork, and defensive skills. Fun and competitive play await you on Sherman Field.Learn More
Want to try a tri? Michigan Tech Recreation is hosting an indoor triathlon for MTU students and SDC members! Unlike a traditional triathlon, which covers fixed distances of swimming, biking, and running, indoor triathlons challenge competitors to race the greatest distance with a fixed time frame. Beginners and seasoned athletes are welcome to participate in the 10-minute swim, 15-minute bike, and 10-minute run!Learn More
Position-specific, high-intensity skill training designed for athletes with prior experience playing volleyball. Each academy, led by the Michigan Tech Husky Volleyball Coaching Staff and current players, will provide 5 hours of focused instruction designed to improve the athlete's skill set.Learn More
Get ready to learn all of the basketball basics in a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment. At Michigan Tech’s Girls' Little Huskies Basketball Camp, participants have a great time developing fundamental skills and working with some stellar mentors.Learn More
Hard work, teamwork, and most of all: fun! Our Little Huskies Boys’ Basketball Camps are a great opportunity for younger kids to start learning and enjoying the sport. Build basketball skills like ball-handling, shooting, team play, and defensive play… once you have the basics down, you’ll be on track to be the next Shaq!Learn More
An original Michigan Tech event that saw its beginnings over 30 years ago under the direction of Kevin Borseth, head women's basketball coach at the time. The Doghouse Classic was a long-standing tradition in the Houghton and Hancock area up until 2007. In 2016, the tradition was reestablished. Michigan Tech Recreation is excited for the opportunity to host the tournament and bring the Doghouse back to its former glory! Divisions include boys and girls grades 4-8, JV, Varsity, and Men's and Women's Opens.
Tennis is often called a “lifetime” sport—once you learn, you can play for life. So start early! Programs for children ten and under follow the US Tennis Association’s QuickStart format, meant to introduce young new players to the game, equipment, and scoring. For older kids, there are group classes focused on beginner playing techniques, drill clinics, cardio tennis, and more. Grab a racket and get into the game.Learn More