Basketball Camp – College/Pro
The College/Pro basketball training camp features content drawn from the entire PGC curriculum, and provides a rare opportunity for elite-level players to go further in mastering the subtleties of the game. Players benefit from this basketball training by being immersed in a powerful, competitive learning environment that is specially designed to reinforce what it means to be a special player on a championship-level team at the highest levels of play. A maximum of 80 players will be accepted for this basketball camp.
College/Pro Basketball Camp Eligibility
The College/Pro basketball camp is open to male and female college players—of all positions—who have completed at least one (1) year of college basketball at a four-year institution, as well as to players who are pursuing or already engaged in professional basketball careers.
In 2011, there will be two (2) sessions offered for college and professional basketball players:
- May 20-22, 2011 at Wingate University (Wingate, NC)
» Tuition Fee: $315 (Includes a dorm room and meals for the duration of the course.)
» Early Bird Special: Register before March 1st and SAVE $20 off tuition.
- August 8-12, 2011 at Emmanuel College (Boston, MA)
» Tuition Fee: $545 (Includes a dorm room and meals for the duration of the course.)
» Early Bird Special: Register before March 1st and SAVE $50 off tuition.
“I’ve seen elite athletes who have aspirations to be on championship level teams learn what a championship level is and how to get their teams there. When I looked at Division 1, All-Conference players on the first day, and then saw them on Day 4 and saw what a different player and leader they had become, I was amazed. The transformation in these athletes proves that it doesn’t matter if you are 15 or if you’re 22 – if you come to PGC ready to learn these basketball concepts and leadership principles, PGC will have a dramatic impact on your game.”
— Coach Brad Weber, Oshkosh, Wisconsin (Observing Coach)
“PGC helped me become a better leader. I could see a change in myself—I stepped out of my comfort zone, challenged myself to do things I would normally never do, and remembered why I love to play.”
— Big East player, (Member of 2010 record setting Women’s Basketball Team), Name and school withheld due to NCAA restrictions
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