The Susquehanna University River Hawks Women’s Basketball Elite Prospect Clinic is going to take place at the state of the art Garrett Sports Complex. It is open to all girls entering grade 9 up to grade 12 who are aspiring to become a college basketball student-athlete. This basketball elite camp is a single-day event that will run from 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM on the 14th of September. Moreover, the training program includes individual instructions, team instructions, lectures, and competitions. There will also be a campus tour and a college recruiting discussion. It will also provide a venue for exceptional players to display their skills in front of the university’s recruiting staff. Furthermore, the camp registration fee is $$65 per player. This registration fee includes a free Susquehanna River Hawks camp t-shirt. There are only 40 available camper spots so registration is first come first serve.
9:00 AM – Registration
10:00 AM – Introduction
11:00 AM – Q & A
11:45 AM – Lunch
1:30 PM – Camp Start
6:00 PM – Camp End
In addition, running this basketball elite prospect clinic is the Susquehanna University River Hawks women’s basketball coaching staff. All camp instructions and groupings are in accordance with the participant’s age and skill level. It is going to be a physically demanding but fun training experience.
What to Bring to Susquehanna University River Hawks Women’s Basketball Elite Prospect Clinic
- 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 Susquehanna University
Susquehanna University is a private, coeducational, Lutheran, liberal arts university in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. Its founder is the late Benjamin Kurtz, a German-American Lutheran pastor, and theologian. The university has a 325 acre, rural type campus. Currently, Susquehanna University is accommodating around 2,200 undergraduate students. This is with an acceptance rate of 68 percent. And, the student to faculty ratio is 12:1. The university has a gender distribution of 44 percent male students and 56 percent female students. Furthermore, the university is 141st in National Liberal Arts Colleges category of the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 381st in the Business Programs rankings. It is an affiliation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Susquehanna University has 23 men’s and women’s college sports teams competing in the Landmark Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. They are the River Hawks and their identity colors are maroon and orange. They are formerly known as the Crusaders. The university’s football team and women’s golf team are competing in the Centennial Conference while it’s men’s golf team is competing in the Empire 8 Conference.
Susquehanna University River Hawks Women’s Basketball Elite Prospect Clinic Organizers
Leading the Susquehanna University River Hawks women’s basketball team is Head Coach Jim Reed, a native of Reedsville, Pennsylvania. Coach Jim Reed is now in his 14th season at the helm of the Susquehanna University River Hawks women’s basketball program. He is a bachelor’s degree graduate from Mercersburg (Pa.) Academy. Prior to coaching, Coach Reed worked as a structural engineer. He is now holding an overall coaching win loss record of 167-161 at Susquehanna University.