This instructional camp is for players entering the 1st through the 8th grade. Campers will be grouped by age and ability. All aspects of the game of basketball will be covered including 3 on 3 and 5 on 5 games for friends and family to see. Campers will receive a T-shirt and MSU basketball which is included in the camp fee. Lunch will also be provided each day of camp. MSU players will be present throughout the camp. Daily Check In: 9:00 am, Daily Check Out: 4:00 pm. Camp Cost: $200.
· Varsity/JV/Junior High Shootout
Come visit the campus of Missouri State University for a weekend shootout. There will be three separate divisions: Varsity, JV, and Junior High teams. These competitive sessions will allow your teams to work together and strive for a great season ahead. All games will be played on the campus of Missouri State University and the Bears coaching staff and players will be present throughout the weekend. Teams are guaranteed 6-8 games and will be officiated by certified referees. Check In: 10 am- Noon on June 17. Camp Cost: $500 per team for commuters (no meals or rooms provided) OR $125 per player for resident teams (3 meals and 1 night stay provided).
· Father-Son Camp (Sons entering 1st-6th Grade)
This one day camp is designed to allow father and son to have a great time learning the game of basketball. Unique features of the camp include: lectures given by the Missouri State basketball staff, opportunities for father and son to share in the game of basketball and the game of life, and bonding experiences for both father and son on and off the court. Both father and son will receive a camp T-shirt and will be provided lunch. MSU players will be present throughout the camp along with autograph opportunities Check In: 8:00-9:00 am, Check Out: 4:00 pm. Camp Cost: $100 for 1 son, $110 for 2 sons.
*Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade and/or gender)
- Camp Information -
LOCATION: The 2013 Missouri State Basketball Camps will be held on campus. Housing will be in air-conditioned dorms. All activity will be held at air conditioned Hammons Student Center, JQH Arena, McDonald Arena, and Greenwood High School. Dorms will be well-supervised with counselors, and campers will not be permitted to leave without permission.
CAMP HOURS: Shootouts will begin immediately after check in. This could vary slightly depending on the number of teams. They will conclude in the evening with the conclusion of each team's last game.
REGISTRATION: Check in hours are listed on the brochure and will take place in the South Court of Hammons Student Center.
MEALS: For those campers staying in the dorms, unlimited food is offered in the dining centers. Meals for the Shootout will begin with dinner the first day of camp.
WHAT TO BRING: Each overnight camper will be expected to bring their own linens (twin size bed), pillow, toiletry items, towels, etc., gym shoes, t shirts, shorts, and several pairs of socks. Small coolers, fans and alarm clocks are allowed in the dorms. Leave valuables at home as the camp is not responsible for lost items.
CANCELLATIONS: Your $100 deposit less a $25 administration fee will be refunded if your enrollment is cancelled prior to May 17, 2010. After May 17, refund will be given only for medical reasons when accompanied by a letter from your physician. If a camper must leave during the week, the refund will be prorated. No refunds will be given to campers who leave the camp voluntarily during the week.
EXAM & HEALTH PHYSICAL CARE: We require a physical examination with your application. The physician ensures us that each camper is in top physical condition and the form (obtain from your physician or school) must be signed within the current year. School physicals are acceptable if they have been dated within the current school year. We recommend that each camper be in excellent condition. This not only prevents injuries, but also makes the learning process much easier.
INSURANCE: The Missouri State Basketball Camps have acquired insurance to provide expenses incurred as a direct result of camp participation up to $10,000. This coverage is secondary coverage paying medical expenses incurred up to $10,000 after your insurance has paid its limits.