Boys' Basketball Summer Camp Registration Open
Rocklin, CA--Coach John Fusano and staff would like to invite young basketball enthusiasts to the Sierra College 25th Annual Boys' Basketball Summer Camp for grades 3 through 9. Game and individual skills will be covered daily.
Each day will be energy-packed and fun, providing the basic fundamentals of basketball. There will be a special emphasis on teamwork and discipline. The camp will feature guest speakers, contests, team play, and individual competitions. Campers should bring their own lunch and snacks each day and a swimsuit (swimming optional).
Camp Director, John Fusano:
John Fusano played and coached at Ponderosa High School for four years and at Delta College for four years. He graduated from Sacramento State University and received his M.A. from St. Mary's College. As Assistant Coach at the University of the Pacific in 1998, Fusano coached the number one pick in the NBA draft, Michael Olowokandi. As Head Basketball Coach at Monterey Peninsula College, he enjoyed a 16-8 league record over his last two seasons. He is looking forward to seeing you at camp.
Camp counselors will be assisting our staff and working closely with all players. There will be one staff member for every eight players. All counselors are Sierra College student athletes. Their experience and enthusiasm contribute greatly to our camp's success.
About the Camp:
- Grades 3-9
- June 16th - 19th (Monday through Thursday)
- 9am - 3pm daily
- Bring a sack lunch each day
- Fee - $190.00
Camp fee includes:
- Camp T-shirt
- Quality Instruction
- Team Play
- Daily Contest and Prizes
- Fun! Fun! Fun!
Sierra College is located at 5000 Rocklin Road, just east of I-80 between Roseville and Loomis.
A campus map will be mailed with your confirmation
Students are to be dropped off at the Sierra College Football Field.
Daily parking permits are $3.
Students are to bring their lunch, water and snacks.
Registration via Community Education:
For further information, call Sierra College Community Education Phone: (916) 781-6280
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