Heidelberg University - Men's Basketball

Berg Prep Basketball Camp

Location Tiffin, OH
Event Date(s) Jul 20, 2018 to Jul 22, 2018
Ages 14 to 16
Grades 9th to 10th
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Event Description

Berg Prep Basketball Camp
July 20th - 22nd
Grades: 9th - 10th
Check-In: 5:30pm July 20th
Cost: $225 Overnight
$180 Commuter
$100 nonrefundable deposit required
Camp Schedule
Friday, July 20th
 Free time
 Skill Development/Clinics
 Dismissal/Overnight campers to dorm
Saturday, July 21st
 Breakfast (provided)
 Skill Development & Clinics
10:30am  5-on-5 Instruction
11:30am  Lunch (provided)
1:30pm  Skill Development & Clinics
3:30pm  5-on-5 Instruction
4:45pm  Dinner (provided)
7:00pm  Skill Development/5-on-5 Instruction
9:00pm  Dismissal/Overnight Campers to dorm
Sunday, July 22nd
7:30am  Breakfast (provided)
9:00am  Film Session
10:00am  Skill Development
11:00am  5-on-5 Instruction
12:00pm  Dismissal/Check-out


Our preparatory camp is designed for boys entering grades 9-10 who aspire to be successful high school varsity basketball players and collegiate prospects. Our coaching staff will expose campers to the individual skill work needed to be successful at the next level, the pace at which workouts need to be done, and demonstrate to them the consistent work ethic needed to become an elite-level player.  This camp is focused on improving the camper’s basketball IQ through individual and team drills while inspiring and energizing those with a passion for the game.


  • Individual instruction provided by the Heidelberg University men's basketball coaching staff
  • A detailed written evaluation, assessing strengths & weaknesses
  • Position-specific instruction for guards, posts and wings
  • A reversible practice jersey
  • Direction through 4-5 college-style practices


In his five seasons as the head coach of the Heidelberg University men’s basketball team, Andy Bucheit has helped restore pride and purpose within the program.  By recruiting outstanding student-athletes who have the desire to succeed in the classroom, in the community and on the court, Bucheit’s squad has climbed the standings in the Ohio Athletic Conference.

Bucheit and his coaching staff understand what it takes to win.  Between playing and coaching careers of assistant Bryan Wickliffe and Bucheit himself, the Heidelberg staff has combined for 9 conference regular season titles, 9 conference tournament crowns and 15 NCAA Tournament appearances.  The trio has been to the Sweet Sixteen four times, Elite Eight once and the Final Four two times. 

Heidelberg competes in the Ohio Athletic Conference -- one of the toughest leagues in Division III in all sports.  Each season, the OAC has several teams ranked in the Top 25. 

Head Coach Andy Bucheit  |  419-448-2006