Kansas State women’s basketball and head coach Deb Patterson will host three camps this summer for a variety of age groups and experience levels.
The camps will be offered during the months of June and July and will feature current and former Wildcat players among the camps’ counselors and guidance from the K-State coaching staff.
The first camp of the summer is the Elite Camp June 20-22. Players will be pushed competitively by other elite players and will receive instruction on how to sharpen the skills that will make them a better basketball player. This camp is for high school players only.
The price of the Elite Camp is $260 for a resident and $240 for a commuter. For both options, a non-refundable deposit of $50 is required at registration — this is required for all the camps. The deadline to register for the Elite Camp is June 10. All campers will receive a camp t-shirt and a K-State basketball.
The second camp of the summer will be the Overnight Camp June 20-22. This camp is for kids ages 8-15, intended for elementary, middle school and freshmen girls who have a desire to grow as basketball players and learn more about the game.
The camp also provides a number of activities off the court including pizza in Bramlage Coliseum, skit performances and a night of swimming. All campers will receive a camp t-shirt and a K-State basketball.
The cost of the Overnight Camp is $295 for a resident and $280 for a commuter. The deadline to register for the Overnight Camp is June 10.
The final camp of the summer will be the Day Camp July 15-19. This camp is for kids ages 7-14 and focuses on the basic fundamentals and techniques of basketball. The camp will include skill instruction, position work, competitive drills and games.
Campers will also have the opportunity to compete in 3-on-3 games, foul shooting, hot shot, hustle awards and ball handling competitions with finals and awards on the last day of camp.
The cost of the Day Camp is $200 for a commuter. The deadline to register for the Day Camp is July 2.