Three-day camp geared towards 6th-8th grade girls looking to improve overall skill and speed of play.
Dates: June 23-25
*Financial Assistance available upon request if qualify, see more information in Forms tab.
Players who are serious about improving use the summer as a time to lock in and focus on skills. These camp sessions will focus on concepts such as finishing, 1v1 moves, playing without the ball, transition play and more. Players will learn techniques and the Players are grouped with players of similar. size and skill. Players will be taught multiple concepts and put into competitive drills focusing on using those skills. Sessions are led and directed by the WashU staff and players!
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Location and Facilities
The camp sessions will be held in the WashU Athletic Complex at the west end of the Danforth campus of Washington University in St. Louis, off of Big Bend Boulevard and Forsyth Boulevard.
What to Bring
• t-shirt and gym shorts
• basketball shoes
Rules and Regulations
The rules and regulations are designed to provide the best and safest learning environment for all campers. They will be reviewed during orientation on the first session of camp. Each camper is expected to follow the rules of camp. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action or expulsion.
The camp is conducted by the Washington University basketball coaches. The camp staff includes members of the current Washington University women's basketball team.
In Case of Emergencies
In case of emergencies, campers can be reached through campus security at (314) 935-5555. There will be no phones in the dorm rooms.
Each camper must provide their own medical insurance for emergency medical care. Please check with your provider to make sure your son/daughter is covered for this activity. Insurance information and parental consent signatures must be completed on the application.
An athletic trainer is on duty during all activity periods. There will be access to a medical doctor and emergency medical facilities in case of emergencies. The athletic trainer will determine whether to seek emergency treatment.