June 7, 2013
HOUSTON - The University of Houston women's basketball program announced Friday the cancellation of Shooting Camp originally scheduled on June 15. The first summer camp will now begin on June 24-27 with the Individual Day Camps.
Those that already registered for June 15th's Shooting Camp can either receive a refund by contacting Chandi Jones (713-743-9463) or apply the refund to the Individual Day Camp.
Below is a breakdown of the remaining three camps, including Individual Day Camp (June 24-27), Elite Camp (Aug. 3) and Team Camp (June 29).
INDIVIDUAL DAY CAMP (June 24-27)
Participants: All girls ages 6 to high school seniors
General Information: Camp cost covers instruction in basketball fundamentals, camp T-shirt and individual awards for competitions. Morning and afternoon sessions will concentrate on the fundamentals of the game through station work and full court drills. The final portion of each afternoon will consist of 5-on-5 games to put skills learned into game situations.
TEAM CAMP (June 29)
Participants: High school and AAU teams
General Information: Teams are guaranteed to play three games. Teams are divided up into divisions based on level of competition. Teams will also be divided into sessions.
ELITE CAMP (Aug. 3)
Participants: All girls grades 9-12
General Information: Camp is designed for high school players who look to continue their careers at the collegiate level. This camp is designed to push participants to their limits in order to become a better basketball player. Drills used for the camp are the exact same the Cougars use during individual workouts. The morning session consists of station work, going through a variety of drills to take campers' games to the next level. The afternoon session consists of full court drills and 5-on-5 games. This camp is used to help evaluate student-athletes that could possibly play at the University of Houston following high school graduation.
The easiest way to register for any of the three summer camps is to visit HoustonSportsCamps.com. If mailing in registration, please contact Brittany Mason (713-743-9269, email@example.com) or Chandi Jones (713-743-9463, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Health and Safety
Full-time counselors will be available to help insure the safety of each camper during each camp. A qualified trainer will be on staff at all times to asses any injuries and determine if assistance from a physician is needed. Professional medical care is five minutes away at Texas Medical Center.
Snacks and drinks will be sold from the concession stand located in the Athletics/Alumni Center. Campers will need to bring a lunch each day.
What to Bring
Campers must wear gym shoes, shorts and a T-shirt. In addition, it is asked that campers do not bring personal articles, including basketballs, to camp to ensure that they are not stolen or misplaced. The camp will be not responsible for any lost or stolen articles.
For Additional Information call or e-mail the following:
Brittany Mason: 713-743- 9269, email@example.com
Chandi Jones: 713-743-9463, firstname.lastname@example.org