Meet the Coaches

Gina Procaccio - Head Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Coach

Gina Procaccio - Head Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Coach at Villanova University

2009 NCAA Cross Country Coach of the Year

She has been instrumental in leading Villanova student-athletes to two National Championships titles in Cross Country in 2009 and 2010. She also  assisted in guiding the Villanova women to NCAA cross country titles in 1994 and 1998 and 2010. In addition to the team championships, Procaccio has guided Villanova runners to 5 NCAA individual championships and 28 Big East individual championships. Prior to her coaching career, Procaccio enjoyed much success both nationally and internationally. Highlights include: winning the U.S. Championship in the 5000m in 1995, being a three-time World Championship team member, and qualifying four times for the Olympic Trials.

Anthony Williams - Villanova's Associate Head Track and Field Coach

Anthony Williams - Villanova's Associate Head Track and Field Coach

He has guided Villanova's Sprinters and Jumpers for 20 season. Under his leadership, Villanova has experienced great success in the areas of sprints, hurdles, and jumps. Williams was a Junior College All-American Sprinter/Jumper and a former Jamaican triple jump national champion. Williams earned his Bachelor degree from the University of Mississippi, where he earned Academic All SEC and Dean's List honors. He was also a All SEC performer on the track in the Triple Jump. As a native of Kingston, Jamaica, Williams represented Jamaica in international competition in both 1997 and 1998. Williams has Level III certification from the USATF and the IAAF in Sprints Hurdles and relays. Williams serves as Director for Villanova's Track and Field and Speed Camp. 

George Reynolds

George Reynolds - Coach of the throws, pole vault and multi-events

He enters his 20th season with the Wildcats. His responsibilities at Villanova include coaching the throws, pole vault and multi-events. Reynolds holds Level II, USA Track & Field certification in the throws, jumps, multi-events and the sprints. Under his tutelage, athletes have qualified for the NCAA Championships, as well as the Olympic Trials. In addition, Reynolds has also coached athletes to All-American honors. In 1988 and 1998, Reynolds was the U.S. Masters Champion in the javelin.

Camp Pricing

Day Camp: $300.00 (Ages 11-18)
Overnight Camp: $470.00 (Ages 14-18)

There is a $75.00 administrative fee for all cancellations.

We will use email to provide any camp updates.

Team Discounts
A Discount will be given for teams with 5 or more members from the same school. Discounts will be given out at check-in on the first day of camp.

Register for the Camps

Track and Field Camps brochure