Walter Camp Weekend is Here! Complete Schedule of Events

Here is a complete schedule of events for the 2014 Walter Camp Weekend in New Haven, Conn.

Thursday, January 9

10 a.m. – STAY IN SCHOOL RALLY @Floyd Little Athletic Center – New Haven – sponsored by First Niagara Bank

1 p.m. – CONNECTICUT CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER VISIT – Sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

6 p.m. – WALTER CAMP WELCOME DINNER @Anthony’s Ocean View – New Haven. Sponsored by USI.  This event is SOLD OUT.

Friday, January 10

11 a.m. – ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEETING & MEDIA CONFERENCE @Omni Hotel – New Haven – Sponsored by AT&T.

12:30 p.m. – HOSPITAL VISITS – Easter Seals Goodwill Industries Rehabilitation Center (New Haven), Feroletto Development Center  (Bridgeport), Gaylord (Wallingford), Veteran’s Administration (West Haven), Yale-New Haven (New Haven), and Connecticut Center for Child Development (Milford)– Sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

4 p.m. – ALL-AMERICAN EXPERIENCE/FAN FEST and CLINIC @Floyd Little Athletic Center – New Haven – Sponsored by IHP, Ultimate Software and Clear Channel Radio (KC101 FM, WELI 960 AM, ESPN Radio 1300/1410).  Tickets are $10 for the Fan Fest.  Click here to register for the clinic.

9 p.m. – OFFICIAL WALTER CAMP SOCIAL @The Russian Lady – Temple Street, New HavenSponsored by Clear Channel Radio and The Russian Lady Café – Tickets are $15 at the door.

Saturday, January 11

9 a.m. – HIGH SCHOOL BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS @Anthony’s Ocean View – New Haven

5 p.m. – 47th NATIONAL AWARDS DINNER @Yale University Commons – new Haven.   Cocktail party starts at 5 p.m, sponsored by Kauffman Association.    National Award Dinner starts at 5:45 p.m., sponsored by First Niagara Bank.   The national awards dinner will be broadcast on ESPN3.

Major Award Winners:

Kelly Award:  Ansonia HS

Connecticut Player of the Year: Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB, Boston College

Player of the Year:  Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

Coach of the Year: David Cutcliffe, Duke University

Alumnus of the Year: Ken Huff, University of North Carolina

Man of the Year: Matt Millen, Penn State University

Distinguished American: Joe Theismann, University of Notre Dame