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Patrick Baker
Phone: 561-702-0837


Safety Information


Safety Information



Medical Form

In accordance with the State of Florida and Florida Atlantic University policies no campers well be permitted to camp unless the medical paperwork is properly completed. The medical information you provide is necessary in the event a camper needs medical attention while at camp.

Medical Health Form
Permission to Administer Medication
Release Wavier
Minor Acknowledgement Form

Ice, Water & Powerade

We provide plenty of water and Powerade at the field during camp. In addition, campers may purchase water and Powerade from the camp store at night. Ice will also be available at the fields.

Allergies & Medication

An FAU athletic trainer will be available at check in to discuss individual medical needs as well as collect any medications such as epee-pens and refrigerated prescriptions. It is at the parents discretion whether the trainer administers medication of if its the campers responsibility.

Dorm Supervision

We will have at least one female coach or dorm supervisor on each floor of the camp dorms to stay overnight with campers. Each room can be locked from the inside and only campers staying in that specific room will have keys to access them. Along with each dorm room the entire dormitory requires  access cards to enter the facility during the day and evening. Florida Atlantic University is monitored by campus police during the entire year.

Training Staff

We will have FAU athletic trainers on hand at all time to take care of your campers medical needs. A member of our athletic training staff will also stay overnight in the dorms in case of emergency.

Craig Wilder

Craig Wilder - Associate Head Athletic Trainer

Craig Wilder joined Florida Atlantic University as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in August 2014 primarily working with Women's Soccer.

Prior to joining FAU, Wilder spent the last two years as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Central Florida while earning a Master's Degree in Sport and Exercise Science with a focus in Applied Exercise Physiology. While at UCF, he worked predominately with Women's Volleyball, Crew, and Cheerleading. He was responsible for rehabilitation design and implementation, treatment facilitation, as well as injury prevention assessment, and evaluation for the athletes.

From 2011-12, Wilder interned as an Athletic Trainer with the San Francisco 49ers where he assisted with daily treatments, practices, travel, and therapy of the players. Before joining the 49ers, he was an intern with MLS club Chivas USA from January 2011 until July 2011. Wilder is a Florida State Licensed NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.

Wilder earned a B.S. in Athletic Training in 2010 from Long Beach State University. He resides in Delray Beach, FL.