Nick Dahl

Germantown Friends School, Class of 2017 – 8:59 3200m, HS All-American
Yale University, Class of 2021

Hawk Harrier always set the tone for the season and reminded us after a summer apart why we loved the sport. It was the origin of a new team culture and the spark that ignited our passion every year. From my freshman summer when I knew nobody on my team to senior Fall when I was trying to convince a new crop of runners to fall in love with the sport as I had, Hawk Harrier was always a pivotal week that brought us all closer than any amount of training from home could.”

Rob Hewitt

Earlham College, Head Coach of Men’s and Women’s XC and T&F

“Hawk Harrier helped shape my running and coaching career.   HH XC Camp helped teach me what it meant to call myself a runner.   In high school, it highlighted my summer training, offered me a chance to connect with other runners and coaches, and challenged how I view the sport.  All my athletes from our Penn Relays winning DMR to our NXN qualifying XC team and beyond benefitted from the excitement, passion, and expertise that HH XC Camp offers.  There is no better environment for a high school athlete in my opinion.”

Megan Venables

Highland Regional High School, Class of 2011 – 17:28 at Holmdel Park (CR) and 17:39 at Belmont Plateau (CR)
Villanova University, Class of 2011

“Hawk Harrier camp is a great mixture of training runs on beautiful terrain, fun activities, and valuable advice on all things physical and mental that contribute to being a great runner. My favorite part is the opportunity to hear about the experiences, whether funny or serious, from successful collegiate runners and coaches. I always left camp excited and motivated for the season ahead, as well as with lifelong friendships.”