PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Nine sessions of the C. Vivian Stringer Basketball Camp will be offered for girls ages 6-17 this summer at Rutgers University's Louis Brown Athletic Center.
Day camp will run in two sessions, July 7-10 and July 14-17. The day camp focuses on teaching the fundamental skills and introducing basic game strategy. It is open to girls ages 8-17. The day runs from drop-off beginning at 8:00 a.m. until dismissal at 2:00 p.m.
Individual camp will be held at the RAC on July 21-24. The purpose of the individual session, open to girls ages 8-17, is to help the camper improve overall fundamental skills by combining instruction and competition. The individual session is open to both residents and commuters.
Several new camps will make their debut in 2008. Stringer will unveil "Little Dribbler's" for girls in grades 1-3. The camp's goal is to teach the youngsters to have fun with basketball while developing the most basic skills. The camp for the youngest Scarlet Knights fans will run on June 23-26 and on July 7-10, taking place from 4 to 5:00 p.m. on those respective dates.
Another new camp is the parent/daughter weekend, also in two sessions. The camp – which run June 20-21 and July 11-12 – offer your child the opportunity to work on skills and compete against others in their own age group while helping parents learn how to help their daughter improve skills and overall love of the game.
A weekend team shootout session will be held June 13-15 and an evening team shoot out sessions will take place June 22-26.
For more information about the camps, including prices and times, visit www.cvivianstringercamp.com. You can call the Rutgers Women's Basketball Office at 732-445-4251for more information. Camp instruction will come from the Rutgers coaching staff and current student-athletes and a host of other collegiate and high school coaches in the area.