The Harvard University Crimsons Women’s Basketball Elite Camp is open to all female basketball players in high school. The program is designed for those who aspire to play at the collegiate level. It includes individual skills development drills, competitions, recruiting process discussion, and a question and answer session with the university’s basketball coaching staff. In addition, this elite basketball camp is set to run from the 28th of June until the 30th of June. The program is going to take place at the state of the art Ray Lavietes Pavilion which is on the Harvard University campus. Furthermore, the camp is going to accommodate both overnight and commuter campers. Overnight camp registration fee is $515 per player and the commuter camp registration fee is $400 per player.
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In addition, this training program will be under the direction of the Harvard University Crimsons women’s basketball coaching staff. The camp is offering a limited number of available camper spots thus, registration is on a first come first served basis.
What to Bring to Harvard University Crimsons Women’s Basketball Elite Camp
- Basketball shoes, tennis shoes, several pairs of shorts, T-shirts, socks, and supporters for practices.
- Spending money for snacks and various camp store items.
About Harvard University
Harvard University, formerly Harvard College, is a private, coeducational, Ivy League, research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is one of the world’s most notable institution. The university is 2nd in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Harvard University is also 2nd in Best Value Schools rankings. The university is a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. It is also part of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts. Furthermore, the university’s main campus is in Cambridge and it has also additional campuses in Allston and Longwood, Massachusetts. The university currently serves around 21,000 students with a gender distribution of 53 percent male and 47 percent female students. The student to faculty ratio is 7:1. In athletics, Harvard University has 42 men’s and women’s varsity teams participating in the Ivy League of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. Their identity color is crimson and their nickname is Harvard Crimson. In addition, the Harvard Crimson women’s basketball team has already six NCAA Tournament appearances. The team has also won 11 conference regular-season championships.
Harvard University Crimsons Women’s Basketball Elite Camp Organizers
The Head Coach of the Harvard University Crimsons women’s basketball team is Kathy Delaney-Smith from Newton, Massachusetts. Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith is now in her astounding 37th season at the helm of the Crimsons women’s basketball program. She is a bachelor’s degree graduate from Bridgewater State University. Ultimately, Coach Delaney-Smith has already 11 Ivy League Titles under her coaching resume. She is also an inductee into the Westwood Hall of Fame, Massachusetts Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame, New Agenda Northeast Hall of Fame, Bridgewater State Athletic Hall of Fame, and the New England Basketball Hall of Fame.
Then, the Crimsons women’s basketball assistant coaches are Jasmine Sborov and Megan Straumann. Mike Roux is the team’s associate head coach.