November 19, 2017 to November 19, 2017 | Framingham State · Framingham, MA
November 19, 2017
November 19, 2017
Times: 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Cost (All Days):
Cost (Per Day):
$55.00 / day
Girls - 13-17
The ASA Wildcat Girls Basketball Bootcamp will take place Sunday November 19th at Framimgham State. The purpose of this camp is to provide fundamental and advanced basketball instruction for girls in grades 7th – 12th grade. Topics covered will include ball handling, passing, rebounding, spot shooting, footwork, shooting off the dribble individual and team defense. In addition there will be breakdowns on scoring 1 on 1,2 on 2 and 3 on 3 and concepts of creating for you and teammates.
This camp will feature speed, agility and injury prevention training from Jason Peletier strength and conditioning A.C.S.M doctor of physical therapy, certified strength and conditioning specialist who currently working in outpatient orthopedics with athletes of all ages. Basketball skill development instruction by Patrick Ferdinand current Watertown Girls Varsity coach resume includes 3x Selected Mass coach of the year, developed one of the winningest girls basketball programs in Mass and guided several players to play collegiately at various divisions. The level of instruction provided are for those athletes looking to take it A Step Ahead in their development as basketball players.
8:55AM - 9:10AM: Free shoot / check in
9:10AM - 9:20AM: Warm up / Stretch
9:20AM - 9:40AM: Dribble Series / Ball Handling
9:40AM - 10:10AM: Drill Stations
10:10AM - 10:40AM: 3 on 3 games
10:40AM - 11:00AM: Scrimmage
11:00AM - 11:20AM: Lunch / Snack break
11:20AM - 11:30AM: Free Throws
11:30:AM - 11:45AM: Hot Shot
11:45AM - 11:55AM: Defensive Slides
11:55PM - 12:10PM: 1 on 1 Drills
12:10PM - 12:35PM: 1 on 1 games
12:35PM - 12:55PM: Scrimmage
12:55PM - 1:00PM: Dismissal
1. We do not offer extended day. Campers are allowed to arrive 15 minutes before camp for check in and should be picked up promptly at 2:30PM. 2. Camper to staff ratio is 10/1. 3. All staff members receive criminal background checks. 4. This camp does provide competition where awards are earned. Every camper does not receive a trophy / prize 5. Campers are divided by age and ability 6. Co-ed camps: Yes in some cases girls are competing against boys 7. Lunch is not provided, although concessions may be offered depending on the location. 8. We do not offer refunds for cancellations; credits are issued for future use. 9. Walter McCarty is present for at least 50% of the camp when ASA is hosting a McCarty camp event.
From the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90):
Take Exit 12, follow Rt. 9 East two miles to the Edgell Rd.-Main St., Framingham Exit. Take your first right onto State Street and the Framingham State Campus. Follow a few blocks through campus. To reach the Maynard Road Lot, take your first right on Maynard; the lot is approximately one block down on your left. To reach the Maple Street lot, follow State Street a few blocks past the campus, to the intersection of State and Maple Streets.
From I-95 (Route 128):
Take Exit 25 to the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) West, and follow the directions above.
From Route 495:
Take Exit 22 to the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) East, and follow the directions above.