Mizzou Camps will begin on June 8.
April 15, 2013
Columbia, Mo. - Mizzou Women's Basketball will offer four camps this summer ranging from team camp to individual advanced skills camp. The Tigers will offer camps for girls of all ages and skill levels.
Mizzou will host Advanced Skills Camp on June 8. It is an intense one day camp focusing on in-depth skill instruction, competitions and games. The camp is open to girls entering grades 5-12, and campers will be divided by both age and ability.
Varsity, Junior Varsity and AAU teams are welcome to attend Mizzou Team Camp June 13-15, taking place in Mizzou Arena, the Mizzou Arena Practice Gym, the Hearnes Center Field House and the Mizzou Student Rec Center. The camp will consist of 40 minute games officiated by certified officials. Register by June 5 to reserve a spot in the camp.
The Tigers will host Individual Camp June 21-22, open to girls entering grades 5-12. The camp is designed to develop and improve fundamental skills of all players through specialized instruction. The camp will include station work in both offensive and defensive position areas as well as competitive contests.
Girls entering grades K-8 are encouraged to attend Mizzou Fundamental Day Camp from July 15 through July 18. The half-day camp will focus on fundamental skills and basic game strategy. Applications for the camp must be received by July 8.
Those interested in attending one or more of Mizzou Women's Basketball's summer camps can fill out the registration form linked above, or contact Toni Hayes (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Mizzou Women's Basketball office with any questions.
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