May 15, 2014
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan women's basketball team will hold four camps this summer, offering a wide variety of options to players of all skill levels.
The Elite Camp, which is open to players entering grades 9-12, is geared towards those who possess competitive basketball experience. It is open to all entrants and will cover advanced basketball skills in a Michigan practice style setting. Elite Camp will start on June 13 at 8:30 a.m. and conclude on June 14 at noon. Cost is $250 for residents and $200 for commuters. All campers will receive Michigan basketball practice gear.
Team Camp will be held on June 15, with registration beginning at 7 a.m. Games will begin at 8 a.m. The camp is open to teams entering grades 9-12. Teams are guaranteed three games and cost is $250 for up to 12 players.
The Wolverine Day Camp is open to girls ages 5-9. Campers will be introduced and taught the basic skills of passing, shooting, cutting, dribbling and defense. The camp runs from July 21-23, with each day beginning at 9 a.m. Campers who attend the full-day session ($300) will be dismissed at 4 p.m., with half-day attendees ($175) will be dismissed at noon.
The Wolverine Individual Camp, to be held Aug. 3-6, will conclude the camps offered by the women's basketball team. Girls ages 10-18 are eligible to participate, either as a commuter ($375) or a resident ($450). The staff and players will teach proper basketball skill development and focus on proper technique in all areas. Campers will be organized into groups and teams according to age level and ability.
Registration and more information, including waiver forms, can be found online.
Contact: Sarah VanMetre