MSU Women’s Basketball team hosts summer camps for student-athletes

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An overview of Ligon Coliseum during a men’s NCAA college basketball game between Tarleton State and Midwestern State, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Wichita Falls, Texas. Photo by Matt Strasen

To help strengthen foundational skills and prepare student-athletes to play college ball, the Midwestern State Women’s Basketball team are hosting various camps throughout the summer.

For elementary and middle school students, the Skills and Fundamentals Camp on June 11-14 will teach campers how to enhance ball handling techniques, alternative shooting moves, court maneuvers and precision passing with confidence.

Children ages 6-11 can participate in the skills camp with each session from 8 a.m.—noon while children ages 9-14 can be a part of the fundamentals camps from 8 a.m.—5 p.m.

The skills camp is $120 and the fundamentals camp is $200, and to register for either camp click here.

For high school athletes with aspirations to play collegiately, the Midwestern State Women’s Basketball College ID camp June 18-19 will focus on skill instruction and evaluation from MSU Head Coach Noel Johnson and his staff.

The camp will expose student-athletes to college level practice drills and help improve abilities all around.

Overnight lodging registration is $275 per athlete and $225 for commuter. To register for the camp, click here.

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