Women's Basketball

    IU Women's Basketball Announces Summer Camp Dates

    Go Hoosiers! IU Head Coach Felisha Legette-Jack
    Go Hoosiers!
    IU Head Coach Felisha Legette-Jack
    Go Hoosiers!

    Jan. 25, 2008

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana women's basketball staff will hold a series of four camps over the 2008 summer.

    The "Little Hoosiers" Day Camp, which will be held June 1-2, is for girls in grades 1-6 and is from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. This camp will focus on fundamentals in individual stations, position development, and offensive and defensive strategy from 1-on-1 to 5-on-5 games. Each day includes personalized instruction with the Hoosier coaching staff and players.

    The Elite Camp, which will be held June 10-12 and is for girls in grades 9-12, is a camp dedicated to advanced players who aspire to play basketball at the highest level. Campers will receive position specific skill from IU head coach Felisha Legette-Jack and other collegiate coaches. Drills, instruction and competition at this camp are intense and sure to be challenging.

    The Team Shootout Camp is June 13-15 and is for junior high, junior varsity, varsity and AAU teams grades 6-12. Teams from around the country will invade Bloomington to experience the exciting competition of the Team Shootout. Teams are placed in pools according to skill level and then guaranteed at least five games against appropriate opponents as well as an automatic berth in the camp tournament. Teams must consist of at least seven players and one adult coach.

    The Fundamental Camp is for girls in grades 4-12 and will take place June 20-22. This camp is designed to develop fundamental basketball skills and teach the dynamics of teamwork and sportsmanship. Camp will be divided into groups based on age and skill level. Campers will receive individual skill instruction in a fun, yet competitive, environment.

    Each camp features experience in historical Assembly Hall, individual instruction from Coach Jack and other collegiate basketball coaches and players, low camper-to-coach ratios, team play, guest and motivational speakers, an awards ceremony and on site athletic trainers 24 hour per day.

     

     

    Each camper in attendance will also receive a camp t-shirt and special camp giveaways.

    For more information or to register on-line, visit www.hoosiersportscamps.com.

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