Who Should AttendHead Coach Patrick Chambers and his staff look forward to sharing part of the summer with your son as a participant in the Penn State Nittany Lion Basketball Camps! Coach Chambers' main emphasis is on having a great Attitude, FUN and FUNdamentals in a competitive atmosphere to aid in individual growth for each camper. Your son will enjoy basketball-related drills, games and competition, in addition to lectures and other fun activities. Each camper can benefit tremendously from attending Penn State Nittany Lion Basketball Camps. Our first goal is for him to have a great camp experience; our secondary goal is for him to improve as a basketball player. We aim to give every camper a great experience in a safe environment.
Father/Son Camp (May 31-June 2)Father/Son Camp will provide a unique bonding experience between father and son. The camp will emphasize basketball fundamentals, games and competitions that will be fun and exciting for both father and son. The fathers will take an active role in the teaching process and participate in drills, stations and games. The participants will enjoy their time on and off the court, and in the dorms. Both fathers and sons will enjoy the interaction with each other and the Nittany Lion basketball coaching staff. This camp makes a great Father's Day gift!
Fathers or guardians, please complete the REGISTRATION, CAMPER INFORMATION and EMERGENCY HEALTH forms online for each camper you are bringing and then fill out the REGISTRATION FORM online for yourself.
When: May 31-June 2, 2013
Day Camp (June 24-27)Day Camp is designed to focus on fun and fundamentals! Workouts will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Monday through Wednesday and from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Thursday. The focus will be on teaching the fundamentals of the game while providing a fun atmosphere. The campers will be divided by age to provide an appropriate learning environment. Team concepts will be stressed during 5-on-5 and 3-on-3 competition. There will also be fun and competitive contests throughout the week, with chances to win prizes. The campers are asked to bring their lunch on Monday through Wednesday; drinks will be provided. This camp will take place at the Multi-Sport Facility on the Penn State campus.
When: June 24-27, 2013
Advanced Skills Camp (June 28-29)Although open to players entering grades 9 through 12, this two-day physically demanding and competitive practice camp is specifically designed for more advanced players who are serious about raising their skills in preparation for playing at the collegiate level.
When: June 28-29, 2013
Participants enrolled in all of the camps will receive an acknowledgment letter containing daily schedules, final registration information and coordinating details.