Jan. 28, 2004
Mark it down!
So, you’ve got a little one that wants to learn a little more about the game of basketball? Or, you’ve got a little older one that needs to sharpen their skills?
Either way, enroll your future Hawkeye in one of three different boys basketball camps staged by the Coach Steve Alford and his staff with the assistance for current and former Hawkeyes.
For more information call Iowa Basketball at 1-800 IA-HOOPS or e-mail pam-culver @hawkeyebasketball.com.
2004 IOWA BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPS
Northwest Iowa Hawkeye All-American Basketball Camp
Buena Vista University, Storm Lake
Start the summer right! Join UI Head Coach Steve Alford and the Iowa staff and student-athletes for four days of instruction and fun.
Participate in stations, lectures, games and contests, and improve your overall skills and knowledge of the game. Special emphasis on shooting, dribbling, and defensive principles.
Camp will be held on the six air-condititioned courts at the newley remodeled Buena Vista Athletic Complex.
Iowa Boys Basketball Camps
University of Iowa, Iowa City
July 11-15, July 18-22
Cost: $330 overnight, $225 for day camper
Come to Iowa City and play where the Hawkeyes play!
Camp staff to include current and former Iowa Hawkeyes. Outstanding lectures and instruction by UI Head Coach Steve Alford and the Iowa coaching staff.
Campers play four full-court games daily with players of similar abilities and age groups. The week culminates with a special awards ceremony at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, the home of the Hawkeyes.
Campers can also enjoy optional evening basketball clinics by the Iowa coaching staff on shooting, ball-handling and other fundamentals of the game. Every camper receives an official NIKE camp t-shirt and has the opportunity to swim, play in the game room, play raquetball each night.
The daily lecture series is committed to building the total camper and includes presentations on areas of academics, drugs and alcohol.
“Hustler of the Day” awards are presented each day by members of the Iowa Hawkeyes. Campers are invited to participate in different basketball skills contests to win awards each evening of camp week.
Last year’s camp featured young basketball players from 24 states and four foreign countries!