Because of extensive construction in the athletic facilities, the Bears Basketball Camp will not be offered during the summer of 2015. After 31 continuous years of basketball camps and over 7,000 campers, it is with great reluctance that we are taking this hiatus.
Since we will not have the gym space available to be able to offer a meaningful and rewarding camp experience, we want to wait until the summer of 2016 so that we can offer the quality experience the campers and their families expect.
Thanks for your understanding and we will see you in 2016.
WUSTL Basketball summer camps provide age- and skill-appropriate experiences for boys and girls, ages 10-18 and are open to the public.
One-week day camps for boys and girls of all skill levels.
Dates: Session I: TBA • Session II: TBA
Hours: M-F, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (extended care not available)
Fees Per Session: $200
Contact: Mark Edwards, (314) 935-5168
Four-day competitive residential camp geared towards the exceptionally motivated player
Dates: July 13-15
Fees: $455 (Resident), $390 (Commuter)
Contact: Caleb Lawson, (314) 935-4714
Three-day competitive residential camp geared towards the exceptionally motivated player
Dates: July 15-17
Fees Per Session: $455 (Resident), $390 (Commuter)
Contact: John Patterson, (314) 935-7135
About Washington University Basketball
The Washington University in St. Louis men's and women's Basketball teams have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success at the NCAA Division III level. The women's team has won five NCAA Division III National Championships, including four straight from 1998-2001. The men's team has made 19 NCAA Division III tournament appearances and won the 2008 and 2009 national championship.
Men's basketball coach Mark Edwards and women's basketball coach Nancy Fahey are the Co-Directors of the WUSTL basketball camps.
Edwards has posted a 627-273 in 34 seasons on the Danforth Campus, leading Washington U. to 19 NCAA appearances and the 2008 and 2009 national championship. Fahey has accumulated a 688-124 in 29 years, leading the Bears to 27 NCAA Tournaments and five national titles.