The Yale University Bulldogs Women’s Basketball Elite Clinic is a two-day program that will run from the 15th of June until the 16th of June. It is open to all and any female high school basketball players who dream to play at the college level. This basketball clinic will immerse the participants to the collegiate level training environment. Furthermore, this clinic will take place at the state of the art Payne Whitney Gym which is on the Yale University campus. The training program will include team dynamics and skills development drills. Single-day registration cost is $175 per player while the two-days registration cost is $350 per player. This registration cost includes lunch but not lodging.
Moreover, this training program will be under the supervision of the Yale University Bulldogs women’s basketball coaching staff. Also, a certified trainer will be available all through the duration of the event. It will be a fun but physically demanding training experience.
What to Bring to Yale University Bulldogs Women’s Basketball Elite Clinic
- Health Form
- 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 Yale University
Yale University, originally Collegiate School, is a private, coeducational, Ivy League, research university in New Haven, Connecticut. It is one of the nation’s oldest educational institution. The university is an affiliation of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. It is also part of the Association of American Universities and the International Alliance of Research Universities. Yale University is one of the world’s notable universities. As a matter of fact, it is 6th in Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. The university is also 3rd in the U.S. News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. Currently, Yale University accommodates around 5,500 undergraduate students and around 6,900 postgraduate students. In athletics, Yale University fields 35 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I, Ivy League Conference. The university athletics nickname is Bulldogs and their identity color is Yale Blue. Additionally, the Yale Bulldogs women’s basketball team has already won one conference regular-season title. The team’s all-time win-loss record is 491–611.
Yale University Bulldogs Women’s Basketball Elite Clinic Organizers
The Head Coach of the Yale University Bulldogs women’s basketball team is Allison Guth from Branford, Connecticut. The 2018-19 season will be Coach Allison Guth’s fourth season at the helm of the university’s women’s basketball program. Coach Allison Guth is a bachelor’s degree in business graduate from the University of Illinois. Meanwhile, she earned her master’s degree in educational leadership at DePaul University. Prior to her head coaching role at Yale, Coach Allison Guth was Northwestern University’s assistant basketball coach and recruiting coordinator.
Then, the Yale University Bulldogs women’s basketball team assistant coaches are Danielle Brown, Emma Golen, and Lashay Banks. Coach Danielle Brown, a native of New Brunswick, New Jersey is entering her first season with the coaching staff. She is a cum laude graduate with a degree in health/physical education from Kean College. Coach Emma Golen is also entering her first season with the coaching staff. She is a bachelor’s degree in psychology graduate from Harvard University.