PUEBLO, Colo. (April 4, 2018) – Colorado State University-Pueblo women's basketball Head Coach Curtis Loyd and his staff have announced the dates of four summer camps to be held over the summer months at Massari Arena.
CSU-Pueblo will host a girls team camp with two divisions. The first division camp will be held June 16-17 and a second team division camp to be held June 23-24. Cost is $450 per team and both camps are open to high school varsity and JV teams.
The ThunderWolves will also hold an Elite High School Camp June 11-15 for high school aged girls freshman thru senior year. Cost is $100 per athletes and there will be an emphasis on shooting, ball handling, and individual team offense and defense.
In July, CSU-Pueblo will host the Pack In-Training Camp. This camp will be held July 16-18 and is designed to introduce future all-americans to the introductory program in a fun setting. Develop basketball skills and improve knowledge and drills to become a better player. The camp is open to incoming 3rd-9th graders and cost is $75 per camper.
The Daughter's Camp will wrap the summer camp season for the Pack. Set for July 19-20, the camp will be a fun environment to emphasis teamwork, knowledge of the game and to develop more skills. Drills and contests together, but also a good time for parents to hang out with their kids. Cost of this camp is $50 per camper.
The camps will be led by Pack coaches and players.
To register for either of the camps offered, visit www.packwomensbasketballcamps.com and for more information contact Assistant Coach Sarah Miles at 719-549-2572 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics