Southern Arkansas Women's Basketball - Individual CampSouthern Arkansas Women's Basketball
Location: Magnolia, AR
Event Date(s): 6/17/2012 - 6/20/2012
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Registration Cut-off Date: 6/15/2012 11:59 PM Central Time
Southern Arkansas Women's Basketball Camps
Mulerider Women's Basketball 41st Individual Camp
Girls entering 6th through 12th grades and meeting the eligibility requirements set by the Arkansas Activities Association are eligible. Fundamental work, contests, and five-on-five scrimmage games will be organized according to camper's grade level.
June 17-20, 2012
Resident Camper Cost: $245 per participant
Day Camper Cost: $180 per participant
(No meals are furnished to day campers).
All campers (resident and day campers) will register or check in on Sunday, June 17, in Bussey Hall. Check in time is 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. It is important for campers to register on time because camp activities start at 6:30 p.m. Checkout time will be at approximately 3 p.m. on Wednesday, June 20.
While in camp, each camper will be covered by an excess insurance plan. An excess plan is designed to cover only eligible expenses remaining unreimbursed after primary insurance companies (your insurance company) have made payment. A copy of this policy will be available in Coach Slaton’s office for parents to inspect.
Campers will furnish their own bed linens (sheets, pillows, pillowcases, blankets), towels, personal toiletries, swim suits, and practice equipment for basketball (shoes, shorts, and tee-shirts). Official bathing attire is required.
Individual trophies will be presented to the outstanding players in various phases of the game, including free throw shooting, jump shooting, total points, rebounding, three point contest, one-on-one, and three-on-three winners.
Instruction, activities, and supervision will be classified according to age. The camp will provide individual instruction in fundamental phases of basketball, including the following: defense, rebounding, shooting, ball handling, and passing. Scrimmage games will be held with each person in camp participating. Lectures and films will be in air-conditioned rooms. The staff will supervise all camp functions, including the residence halls.
Campers are given ample free time to rest or participate in other forms of recreation such as swimming in the supervised campus pool, playing tennis, and participating in other activities in the physical education building. The pool, television, and snack bar are located in the Watson Athletic Center. Campers should bring their own tennis racket.
Meals will be served in the cafeteria from Saturday night through Wednesday morning.