Registration open for 2018 summer camps
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas women’s basketball will host numerous camps for players of all skill levels during the summer of 2018. Registration for this year’s lineup of Brandon Schneider Camps is now open.
The 2018 Camps include the Skills Camp (June 18-21), the Individual Camp (June 22), and the 3-on-3 Jayhawk Jamboree (June 23). All sessions will utilize the facilities at the University of Kansas with Schneider and his staff overseeing all camp sessions. Current and former KU players will also assist with instruction and supervision as camp counselors.
Skills Camp (June 18-21)
Skills camp is designed to teach and develop fundamental skills. Players are grouped according to age and skill level. Daily instruction and station work are designed to encourage the mastery of basic skills. Campers will compete on teams in order to apply their individual skills to team concepts.
Members of the Kansas women’s basketball coaching staff will be present at camp in addition to current and former KU players, high school coaches, professional players and college coaches from other universities. This camp is for girls and boys entering grades K-6 in the fall of 2018. Individual Camp is for girls entering grades 7-12 in the fall of 2018.
Individual Camp (June 22)
Individual Camp is designated for the advanced player wanting to improve individual and team skills during the offseason. Emphasis will be placed on developing advanced skills according to position, both offensively and defensively.
Members of the KU coaching staff will be present at camp in addition to current and former KU players, high school coaches, professional players and college coaches from other universities.
3-on-3 Jayhawk Jamboree (June 23)
Put your skills to the test and link up with your friends for some serious competitive fun in the 2018 3-on-3 Jayhawk Jamboree. Each team will consist of four players (3 players on the court and 1 substitute). Each game will be played on a 3-on-3 basketball court with one basket (half court, with free throw and 3-point line).
Teams can coach themselves or select a coach to sit on the sidelines during the game. Each of the four guaranteed games will last 15 minutes. The first team to score 21 points or more wins the game and advances. In the event of overtime, the first team to score two points wins the game. Once all pool play games are completed, the team with the best records will advance to bracket play.
For more information about any of the 2018 Kansas women’s basketball camps, contact the Kansas women’s basketball office by email at email@example.com, by phone at 785-864-4938, or visit the camp website.
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