Space remains available for girls wishing to attend this summer's Brian Boyer Basketball Camps at Arkansas State University. Two four-day camps and two one-day camps are set for the 2012 summer schedule and are available to girls entering kindergarten through high school seniors.
The four-day camps, which will be held in the ASU Convocation Center, will be staffed by Boyer and the ASU women's basketball coaching staff, along with current and former Red Wolves players. Both camps are scheduled to run June 17-20.
An individual camp for girls' grades 4-12 will run from 9 a.m-5 p.m. each day. The camp will stress fundamentals and team concepts vital to the game of basketball. Morning sessions will focus on in-depth station work covering all aspects of the game of basketball. Afternoon sessions will apply those skills to game-type situations. Lunch will be provided between sessions and the cost to attend is $190.
An elementary camp for girls' grades K-4 will be held each evening from 6-9 p.m. This camp will teach the proper fundamentals of basketball while allowing the campers to interact with the Red Wolf staff and players in a fun environment. Cost for the camp is $70.
The one-day camps are set for May 31 and June 1. The May 31 shooting camp is designed for girls entering grades 5-12. The camp will break down the fundamentals of shooting, specific to each age group at the clinic and will cover all aspects of shooting. The cost to attend is $55.
A one-day team camp has been scheduled for June 1 and will guarantee each team three games, with each participant receiving a camp T-shirt. The camp will feature three divisions – a junior high division and an upper and lower senior high divisions. The cost for each team to attend is $250.
Registration forms may be downloaded by following the link to the women's basketball section of www.AStateRedWolves.com<http://www.astateredwolves.com/?SPSID=35073&SPID=2747&DB_OEM_ID=7200> or may be obtained by calling the ASU women's basketball office at 870-972-2401. A certified athletic trainer will be on duty at all times during the camps.