6 College Basketball Camps for the Girls
By Ryan Wood
Work on your game under the instruction of top-notch Division I coaches. Here are six camps for the girls that provide an unforgettable summer experience.
Clemson, S.C. –- June 11-July 8, 2010
Clemson offers four different camps during the summer months—a camp for elite high school players, one for kids ages 5-9, one for individual instruction and a team camp for middle school or high school squads. Learn More ?
Norman, Okla. -– June 6-24, 2010
Campers can choose to improve their total game at the Comprehensive Camp, or just work on their offensive game at the Total Offensive Player Camp or the Sonner Skills Academy. All camps are three days in length. Learn More ?
Oxford, MS –- June 9-30, 2010
Ole Miss offers an individual camp for individual development, an elite position camp for advanced players, and a fundamentals day camp for beginners ages 6-12. Learn More ?
Normal, Ill. -- June 5-17, 2010
Among the camps offered at Illinois State is a one-day camp for advanced players who want to work specifically on shooting. There's also a day camp specifically for fine-tuning fundamentals. Learn More ?
Washington, D.C. -– July 5-8, 2010
Open to girls ages 8-18, campers engage in daily lectures, self-improving stations and team games. All activities take place at McDonough Arena on campus. Learn More ?
Stillwater, Okla. -– June 1-17, 2010
The Cowgirls offer camps for players between kindergarten and 12th grade. The young kids learn basketball's basics, while the high school players work on specialized skills and play in high-intensity scrimmages. Learn More ?