STARKVILLE, Miss. – Following a sensational 2013-14 season that ended in the WNIT quarterfinals, the Mississippi State women’s basketball team has announced its 2013-14 summer camp dates.
The camp slate kicks off June 2-5 with the Day Camp and concludes with the Team Shoot Out Camp June 20 or 21.
Registration for the camps is underway online at www.hailstate.com/camps. More information on the camps is available at the site or by calling (662) 325-0198.
Campers will have the opportunity to learn and develop their skills from head coach Vic Schaefer, the MSU coaching staff and players and other coaches from around the state.
The Day Camp is open to players in grades 2-7 and runs from 8 a.m.-noon each day. The camp, which costs $65, is designed to teach fundamental skills to aspiring players through drills and other fun competitions.
Grades 9-12 can develop the skills that will help them prepare for the college game with the Bulldogs’ Elite Camp, which will be held June 13-14 and costs $125 for commuters and $150 for residents. During the 24-hour camp, players will have the opportunity to experience the typical day of an elite student-athlete with time spent on the practice floor, in the film room, learning academic requirements and getting instruction on how to refuel with proper nutrition.
Mississippi State will hold its Skills Camp June 15-17. During the camp, which costs $200 for commuters and $275 for residents and is open to grades 5-12, players will receive personalized instruction from Schaefer and his staff. The camp is a great way to develop an all-round game, with sessions focusing on position work, shooting, fast breaks, team practice and games.State’s final camp session is the popular Team Shoot Out Camp. Teams can attend June 20 or 21, and cost for the camp is $250 per team (12 players and two coaches) and $25 for each addition player or coach. The Shoot Out Camp is a great way for teams to begin preparing for a championship season by having the opportunity to play three games in one day against quality competition.