Get better this summer under the coaching of college coaches. Here are nine summer basketball camps that give you a glimpse at how Division I athletes train.
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With camps available for players ages 5-18, Oklahoma State offers a camp for any age and skill level. Learn More »
The Bruins offer a team camp and an individual overnight camp in June, and a youth day camp in July for girls ages 6-12. Learn More »
Camps for different skill levels are offered for players in grades 1-12. The elite camps are position-specific and only for the serious, competitive players. Learn More »
Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer is back for her 27th year of camps. More than 30 current and former Cardinal players attended VanDerveer's camps prior to being recruited by Stanford. Learn More »
This camp in the nation's capital is open to girls ages 8-18. Campers engage in daily lectures, skill-improving stations, and team games. Camp activities are held on campus in McDonough Arena. Learn More »
Taking place on the Air Force Academy campus just north of Colorado Springs, featuring commuter camps, overnight camps and one-day elite sessions. Learn More »
Ages 6-18 are welcome at a variety of different camps offered at LSU, from beginner day camps to "next level" overnight camps. Learn More »
Fundamental and advanced camps are offered, depending on your child's skill level and passion for the game. Day camps also take place to introduce kids to the sport. Learn More »
The SEC program offers a variety of camps in the month of June, including a parent/child camp and a position-specific camp. Learn More »
There are plenty of college camps for boys too! Here are nine worth checking out. Learn More »