Dec. 14, 2006
Atlanta – Head Coach MaChelle Joseph will spend nearly two months this summer with aspiring young basketball players when she hosts her annual skills camp this June and July. The camp will consist of four separate sessions to meet the needs of players of all ages and skill levels.
The Individual Day camp, from June 11-14 and July 23-26, is ideal for players of all ages and any skill level who are interested in learning basketball fundamentals and having fun.
The Elite Overnight Camp, held June 14-17, is designed for the current or future varsity-level athlete that desires a collegiate playing experience. This session offers players the chance to learn about NCAA rules, recruiting expectations and college-level conditioning.
Coach Joseph and her staff also offer an Individual Overnight Camp, held July 19-22, for girls from nine to 17 years old, which focuses on all aspects of the game, from fundamentals to the game breakdown.
The Positions Day Camp, July 27-29, is for girls ranging in ages 11 to 18 and is designed to break down the fundamentals of the guard, forward and post positions. This session is perfect for girls looking to perfect their skills in preparation for the upcoming season.
For more information about camp pricing, dates and age requirements, or to register online, please visit the online brochure or call Georgia Tech’s administrative coordinator, Tandy Bradford at (404)894-4297. Interested campers who register before January 1 will receive discounted rates.