CHARLESTON, S.C. - Charleston Southern head women's basketball coach Fred Applin has announced his camp dates for the summer of 2013.
Applin and his staff will host four different camps throughout the month of June, beginning with the Individual Skills Camp from June 10-13, the Team Camp from June 14-15, the Day Camp and Junior Buc Camp from June 24-27 and finishing up with the Father/Daughter and Mother/Daughter Camp on June 29.
For more information, download the brochure HERE, or contact assistant coach Annette Alston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Camps
The Individual Skills Camp, opening on June 10, is geared toward rising 9th-12th graders and will feature individual skill instruction as the coaches run the players through fundamental basketball drills that will elevate their game in all areas. The camp will also feature 1-on-1, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 competitions that will challenge the campers daily.
The Team Camp, running from June 14-15, is geared to Varsity, JV and AAU teams, and will feature high-levels of competition as the teams' battle each other over the two days. Each team is guaranteed four games during the camp, and features the opportunity for teams to grow and improve during the off-season.
The Day Camp and Junior Buc Camp run at the same time from June 24-27, and focuses on getting younger players back to the basics. The Day Camp is geared toward rising 3rd-8th graders, while the Junior Buc Camp caters to the ages of 4-8. During the camps, the players will learn the fundamentals of shooting, passing, ball-handling, rebounding and defense, while taking part in team competition and fun games throughout the week.
The final camp, the Father/Daughter and Mother/Daughter Camp brings to heart the CSU women's basketball program's focus on family. The one day camp, scheduled for Saturday, June 29, invites parents to dust off their shoes and bring their daughters to participate in a family-friendly day of basketball. Skills, drills and games will be a great opportunity to have fun and build quality time between parent and child.