Lyon College Girls Basketball Camps
Junior High & Senior High Camp
There will be individual instruction on fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, rebounding, and individual offense and defensive skills. A full schedule of lectures, demonstrations and practice sessions have been planned for each day. Each night, campers get to game-type experience with full scrimmages.
June 7th - 10th, 2020
Grades: 7th - 12th
Commuter w/ Meals Cost:
Commuter w/o Meals Cost:
The Lyon College basketball camps will be under the direction of the women’s basketball staff. Assisting in the 2019 camps will be some of the state’s top high school coaches and Lyon College basketball players. Scots’ Head Coach Tracy Stewart-Lange and Assistant coach Julie Church will direct the all of the girls camps
Knowledgeable Coaching staff
Great Coach/Player Ratio
Development of Individual
Emphasis on Team Attitude
Roommate requests during registration
After Camp Activities
Recreation, Housing, and Meals
High-Quality, buffet-style, all-you-can-eat meals are served in our dining hall on campus. Other than Lyon College’s basketball instruction, the meals have been one of the most highly praised features of the camp.
Becknell Physical Education Building houses two full basketball courts and two auxiliary gyms for recreation. We have a new game room that has air hockey and ping pong tables.
Resident campers will live in fully air-conditioned dormitories. Only the first 85 applicants may live on campus.
Roommates can be requested during registration.
The best medical clinics and hospitals are available for emergency use in Batesville. A trainer is scheduled to attend most of the camp activities during the week.
For More Information Call Tracy Stewart-Lange: 870.307.7248 or Julie Church: 870.307.7538
Email Tracy Stewart-Lange: email@example.com or Julie Church: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Lyon College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed or religion, sex national and ethnic origin, age, physical or mental handicap in the administration of its educational admission, student aid, athletic and other college policies and programs, nor in the employment of its faculty and staff.