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Kicking off in 2019, Catholic Football Camp (NON-PADDED) will debut for middle-school aged campers in the Joliet Diocese. Focused on discipline, committment and proper technique for the game of football, CFC will train young football players on how those attributes carry over into being a strong, young Catholic man. Catholic Football Camp will have several football VIP's in camp as well as college coaches to ignite the fire of the Holy Spirit in our young Catholic football players. We are honored to have support from the Chicago Bears and team Vice President Pat McCaskey for our inaugural Catholic Football Camp!
Nic Weishar: Nic is a tight end for Notre Dame Fighting Irish. #82; 6"5" 248lbs.; Hometown Midlothian, IL
Honors & Awards: Wuerffel Trophy Watch List (2018, 2017); Allstate AFCA Good Works Team (2018); Irish Around the Bend Award (2017)
Graduate Season (2018): Two of three catches on the year have been for TDs
Senior Season (2017): Played in all 13 games and started against Wake Forest (Nov. 4); Registered nine catches for 52 yards and two TDs; Season-high equalling three grabs for 20 yards, including 12-yard TD catch against Temple (Sept. 2); Season-high equalling three grabs for 17 yards, including 12-yard TD catch against Wake Forest (Nov. 4)
Nic, along with his family, founded Weish4Ever — the Andrew Weishar Foundation, in honor of his brother who died of cancer in 2012. Its mission is to serve as an all-purpose resource for the families of children and adolescent cancer patients, providing financial, emotional and moral support, along with understanding and wise counsel.
Mike Murray: Coach Mike is excited to be leading the 1st Catholic Football Camp! He begins his 2nd season as a member of the Robert Morris University football staff and will serve as the Eagles Defensive Coordinator, working primarily with the linebackers. Prior to his arrival at Robert Morris in the spring of 2018, Murray spent five seasons as the Defensive Coordinator for North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. During his tenure with the Cardinals, North Central posted a record of 49-9 and claimed three CCIW Conference Championships. Mike is a 1984 graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, where he played both football and baseball for the Titans. His accomplishments on the football field earned Murray CCIW Honorable Mention All-Conference honors in 1983.
Pat McCaskey - Guest Speaker: Patrick McCaskey is a Chicago Bears board member and the Bears’ Vice President of Special Projects. He has been working for the Bears since 1974. He is the grandson of George Halas.
Pat is Chairman of Sports Faith International, a non-profit a Chicago-based initiative dedicated to inspiring and transforming our culture through the world of sports. Pat is a Notre Dame High School Wall of Famer for football and track. Pat is knighted in the international charitable order of Saint Stanislas. He is in the Notre Dame College Prep Hall of Honor for faith, scholarship, and service. Pat is the author of five books: “Bear with Me: A Family History of George Halas and the Chicago Bears”, “Sports and Faith: Stories of the Devoted and the Devout", "Pillars of the NFL: Coaches Who Have Won Three or More Championships", "Sports and Faith: More Stories of the Devoted and the Devout" and "Pilgrimage: A Sports & Faith Series Book".
Adam Pucylowski: Adam is a former North Central Coach, coaching the Cardinals' defensive backs, kickers and punters. In 2011, he was named North Central's special teams coordinator. Pucylowski has helped elevate the program's kicking game, as punter Tyler Rasche '13 received All-College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin accolades last season and kicker Nick Dace '14 has established single-season and career school records for extra-points and field goals made. A four-year varsity letter winner as North Central's punter, Pucylowski ranks second in school history with a career average of 38.8 yards per attempt. As a senior, he ranked fifth nationally in Division III in punting average (41.3). A native of New Berlin, Wis., Pucylowski earned First Team All-College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin and Third Team All-North Region honors in 2008.
Greg Whalen: Greg '14 returned to North Central College prior to the 2017 season as the offensive line coach for the Cardinals' football program. He is also the program's academic coordinator. Whalen had been employed at Aurora University, starting as a graduate assistant during the 2014 season before taking over as offensive line coach for the 2015 and 2016 campaigns. At Aurora, his accomplishments include a 2016 NACC championship. He is a native of Algonquin, Illinois and a four-year letter winner and three-year starter at right tackle at North Central, 2010-2013.
Jack Nudo: Jack is an assistant coach with the Robert Morris University-Illinois football team. He works with the Eagles defensive backs. Nudo served as an assistant coach for the Elmhurst College football team during the 2017 and 2018 seasons. The son of Arena Football League Hall of Fame member, and current Fenwick High School Head Coach, Gene Nudo, Jack played defensive back at Benedictine University—recording 54 tackles and three interceptions over 14 games in his final two seasons with the Eagles.
Will Matte: Will is a native of Wheaton IL, alumni of St. Michael’s (2004) and Wheaton Warrenville South (2008). He started three years at South, winning state in 2006. He was a four year starting center at Indiana University (2009-2012) and earned honorable mention All-Big Ten senior year.
Mark Schmitt: Mark was born and raised in Wheaton, IL. Football has always been a major part of Mark's life. He started playing football at the young age of five. He attended St. Francis High School and was a member of the St. Francis Class 5A state championship football team. He finished his career playing Safety for the Wheaton College Thunder. Mark loves the Chicago Bears and believes they win the super bowl this year!
Sunday, June 30, 2019, 5-7pm
Family Night - Mass, Dinner, Meet Coaches, Get Camp Jersey, Fun for Whole Family!
Non-Padded CFC Agenda:
Monday, July 1, 2019
Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
When: July 1-3, 2019
8am-3pm Daily Mon-Wed
5700 College Road, Lisle, IL, 60532
Catholic Family Night:
Sunday, June 30th at Benedictine
Mass 5pm, Meet Coaches, Food
Fun for the whole family!
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