Offensive Skills Camp
OFFENSIVE SKILLS CAMP
Offensive skills camp will provide players with the opportunity to improve their fundamentals through drills, competition and 5 on 5 team games. This camp is designed primarily to improve each player’s individual skill and will focus on passing, ball handling, shooting and offensive concepts of the game.
Location: Moby Arena, Indoor Practice Facility, Auxiliary Gym
What to bring:
- You need to be dressed for basketball workouts each day and bring a water bottle with your name on it.
- If you’re staying on campus you will need to bring your own toiletries. Bed linens, towels and pillows will be provided.
- Each camper must have a completed medical waiver. Campers will not be able to participate without this form.
Housing and meals will be at Durrell Dining Center. Pizza dinner will be included the first day of camp for both commuters and overnight campers. Food allergy concerns? If you have concerns and feel your camper cannot self-manage their allergies, we ask you send them with their own meals. Food and dining services does provide the following meal categories: Vegan, Vegetarian, Eat Well, Gluten-Free, Local Product, Whole Grain, and/or Contains Nuts. Additionally, foods containing the Top 8 Allergens are labeled. Please contact Dining Services directly at (970) 491-4754 if you need additional information.
Commuter with meals includes: dinner Sunday, lunch and dinner on Monday, and NO food on Tuesday (breakfast is not included on any day).
Any problems or questions please contact the Women’s Basketball office at 970.491.6569 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking During Drop-Off and Pick-Up: There is no free parking anytime, anywhere on the CSU campus! During camp, all parents, coaches and other guests MUST park in the Moby Arena Parking Lot (west of McGraw Athletic Center)! You may park at Moby and drop off/pick up your camper during a 15 minute window before and after camp starts/ends. Please be prompt in picking up your camper.
CSU Women’s Basketball Camps are not responsible for tickets received while parked on campus!
INJURY OR ILLNESS PROTOCOL When a camper requires medical care during the day, she is taken first to the Colorado State University Athletic Training Room and if necessary she will be taken to the Colorado State University Health Center. Camp staff will immediately contact the parents or guardians to apprise them of the situation.
CAMPER SUPERVISION Each camp is comprised of coaches that provide 24-hour direction and supervision of all camp activities. Each residence hall floor is staffed with at least one camp counselor or coach. The residence hall provides assistance as well as the coach who stays on site at the main residence hall.
CAMPER EXPECTATIONS Each Camper is expected to be on her best behavior and to treat the university facilities, coaches, staff, and other campers with respect. The use or possession of alcohol or drugs while at camp will result in immediate dismissal. The Camp Director may dismiss any camper for inappropriate conduct. No refunds will be given in any case of dismissal.
CONTACTING A CAMPER DURING CAMP Campers may be contacted through the women’s basketball office at (970) 491-6569. General phone messages will be passed along to the individual through the camp director. Camper’s rooms have phones and local calls are free of charge. If necessary, bring long distance credit card dialing instructions for the residence hall pay phones.
Each camper must be paid in full and submit a completed medical waiver form in order to participate. You may fax to 970.491.7725 or email to email@example.com.
All room keys must be turned in at time of checkout or a $75.00 replacement fee will be charged.
Any damage to the residence halls will be assessed and charged appropriately.
We are looking forward to seeing you. We anticipate a fun and hard working group!
This camp is open to any and all entering grades 5-10. Colorado State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status in its programs and activities. Full participation of all individuals is encouraged.