Sports Camps Information
During the offseason, the majority of high school athletes and the most avid players will enroll in a variety of instruction and exposure camps. We have updated our Camps link to include football and baseball. Take a moment to review the list of camps located throughout California.
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Northern California Top 100 Women's Basketball Camp
March 27-28 at St. Mary's College in Moraga. A select group of the top women's high school basketball players in Northern California will be invited to participate. The camp is certified by the NCAA and Division 1 coaches will be in attendance. For more information or to nominate a player, email email@example.com.
Freedom Skill Camps
March 30-31 and April 13-14 at Freedom HS in Oakley. Boys (March session) and girls (April session) 4th-8th grades. Basketball skill camp to improve overall speed, agility, quickness, ball handling and shooting skills. For more information, contact Coach Silva at (707) 374-6567 or e-mail Coach Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Various dates during March thru May in San Francisco. Camps devoted exclusively to instruction and skill development for boys and girls ages 8-17. For more information, see their website.
AAU Spring Showcase
April 12-13 at Highlands High School in Sacramento. NCAA certified. 4 games guaranteed. $55 per player. Contact Sean Chambers at 916-338-1475, 916-798-4357 or email to email@example.com.
April 13-14 at Dominican University in San Rafael. Exposure camp for both boys and girls; college coaches will be in attendance to evaluate players. Also includes recruiting seminar. For more information, call 800-949-HOOP.
Johnson's Points of Basketball Camps
Various dates in April and July at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda. Boys and girls grades 3-12. For more information and or flyer, contact Gordon (Gordie) Johnson at 925-686-8971.
Various dates and locations in April, July and August. Beginner to advanced camps including an exposure camp. For more information, call 562-434-7310 or visit website.
Play Hard Play Smart Northwest Discovery Showcase
April 30 - May 2 at Basketball Town in Rancho Cordova. Invitation-only showcase designed to provide top players the opportunity to demonstrate their skills against the best competition in the Northwest. NCAA DII, DIII, NAIA and JUCO coaches, scouts from different rating services, and media will be invited and expected to attend. For more information, call Brian Hamilton at 916-801-5153 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 2 at Chabot College in Hayward. The Rivals Camp Series Presented by Under Armour is the premier series of regional camps for elite high school athletes. Top performers at the regional camps could qualify for a spot in the Rivals100 Five Star Challenge and top underclassmen could qualify for a spot in the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge, both annual events and considered the elite events in the football recruiting world.
May 2-4 at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. Rick Majerus of the University of Utah leads a cast of coaching experts. Learn and refine the art of teaching basketball skill development techniques from championship coaches. $50 preregistration; $75 at the door. For more information or to register online, visit their website.
Holiday Basketball Guards Clinic
May 29 at the Pacific Sportscenter Complex at Mare Island in Vallejo. The session is for 4th - 8th grade girls and boys and runs from 9 am - 2 pm. The cost is $25.00. For more information, contact Michael Boyle at 707-562-4625.
Bay Area Competition Clinic
May 31 at Diablo Valley College. This event is designed to provide players an opportunity to demonstrate their competitive skills before college coaches, scouts, and media who are expected to attend. $40.00 fee. For more information, call Gerry Freitas at 408-998-1327.
Various dates and locations throughout the year. For the SERIOUS point guard only! This program is an intense LEARNING experience requiring athletes to attend classroom sessions four hours per day. In addition, there are six hours daily in the gym. For more information, call Dick DeVenzio at (724) 776-5834 or visit their website.
Locations nation-wide held on beautifully groomed college fields. Instructional and team full-contact camps for beginners to veterans aged 8-18, stressing conditioning and football technique for every position. Directed by college coaches with NFL pros. Call 800-433-6060 for more information or visit website.
June 4-6 and July 2-4 at Memorial Gymnasium and Koret Recreation Center on the University of San Francisco campus. 60 high school varsity teams over the course of both weekends. The cost for commuter teams will be $450.00 per team. $130.00 per person for resident teams. Call (415)
422-6950 for more information or visit their website.
Various dates in June & July. Invitation-only showcases for draftable/division I prospects. For information, email Team One Showcase Director Jeff Spelman at TeamOneBB@aol.com.
Various dates and locations in June/July. Ages 8-18. Resident NFL and college coaches will lead the campers through instruction of basic techniques and fundamental skills. For more information or to register online, see website.
Alameda HS Summer Basketball Camp
June 20-23 at Alameda High School. For Boys and girls entering 4th-9th grade (all skill levels). 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (extended care from 3:00-5:00 PM). Early Bird Special - $125.00 (with a $25.00 deposit by May 1 - balance of $100.00 due 6/1). Regular tuition - $150.00. Walk-up (if available) - $175.00. For more infomation, please call: Boys - Allen Nakamura - 510-823-6477, Girls - Brad Thomas - 510-521-5311
Competitive Edge Football Camps
Late June and July in Sacramento, Concord area, San Jose, Morgan Hill, and Hayward. Designed for high school football teams. Most coaches are hired from local colleges. Camps are each three days and start in the afternoon, after the summer school day is over. Each participant is insured. Offensive and defensive individual technique periods, 7 on 7, linemen 1 on 1, scrimmage periods and special competitions. A promotional video tape is available. Teams from southern California are welcome. Negotiated rates at local hotels are available. For more information, call Mike Carrozzo at 408-997-1947 or 408-888-7570 or email CEFBcamp@aol.com.
Various dates and locations in June/July. Designed for every level of basketball player, from beginner learning the fundamentals, to high school players looking to move up or make the transition to college. For more information or a free brochure, call 1-800-NIKE CAMP (800-645-3226) or visit their website.
Mariner Hoops Camp
Three one week sessions in June/July at Moreau Catholic HS in Hayward. 5th-8th grade boys. Contact Russ Scheibley at 925-989-4681 or email to RJSHOOPS@aol.com.
Various dates in June and July at the UC Berkeley campus. Camps for all levels from beginning to advanced. For more information, call (510) 643-2267 or visit their website.
Several sessions mid June at St. Mary's College in Moraga. Features Elite, Big Man, Guard, Mother/Daughter, Father/Son and Team camps. For information, call 925-631-4FUN or email to email@example.com.
Build Your Skills Big Man's Clinic
Several sessions in June and July at Contra Costa College. $10 persession. For more information, call 510-222-5916.
Various dates in June at University of Pacific. Varsity Team, Rookie, Skills, Big Man, Guard and Shooting Camps. Boys and girls all ages. For boys camps, contact Adam Jacobsen @209-946-2720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit website.
San Jose State Camps
Various dates in late June. Varsity Team, Junior Varsity Team, and Individual Camps. Boys and girls ages 8-18. For boys camps, contact Tyson Aye @408-924-1223, or email email@example.com.
Various dates in June and July at Stanford University. Girls grades 6-12. Areas of concentration will be ball-handling, shooting, 1-on-1 skills, rebounding and player-to-player defense. Campers will be grouped according to their age and provided with a coaches evaluation at the end of camp. For information and online registration, vist website.
June 11 at university of Pacific. Specialized baseball skills training from Milwaukee Brewers scouts and additional exposure to the scouts who actually coach the California prospects at the Area Code Games in August. Cost is $100.
Various dates in June, July and August. Run by Bishop O'Dowd assistant Tony Freccero, camps are located in Castro Valley, Danville, Alameda and Hayward for ages 7-14. Emphasis on fundamental learning. For more information, call 510-432-0742 or visit their website.
June 18-21 at UC Berkeley. For information, call (510) 642-3277 or visit website.
Various dates in June at Stanford University. Call the Stanford Football Office at 650-723-5665.
Panther Hoop Camp 2004
Various dates in June and July at St. Mary's High School in Berkeley. Boys and girls from 6-14 years old. The camp will focus on: offensive skills, defensive intensity and to play the game as a team. Any questions, please email coach Nodar at
Mnodar@stmchs.org or call (510) 559-6211.
Chico High FUN-damentals Girls Basketall Camp
June 11-14, 3-6pm at Chico HS. For girls grades third-eighth. The Chico High girls basketball players and coaches will work with campers to develop individual and group basketball skills. Cost of the camp is $60 and registration will be held on-site beginning Monday the 11th at 3pm. For more information or to send a courtesy rsvp, please email coach Michael Nevens at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (530) 613-2025.
June 19-23 and July 31-Aug. 4 at the new Haas Pavilion on the University of California campus in Berkeley. For more information, call (510) 643-3864 or visit website.
Various dates and locations. Sandy "Spin" Slade is considered one of the best ball-handlers in the world. For further information, call 909-279-3476 or toll free at 888-842-SPIN.
Various dates in June, July and August, Marin and Sonoma county locations. Ball Handling & Shooting, Post/Perimeter Clinic, and Superstar Shootout camps. Coached by many local high school and college coaches. For more information, visit website.
USC Inside/Outside Basketball Camp
June 25-30 at University of Southern California. Presented by Trojan Men's Head Coach Henry Bibby and Assistant Coach Paul Mokeski for high school players in the 9th- 12th grades for 2000-2001 school year only. Features separate session for guards and post players in the morning, combined drills in the afternoon and games in the evening. All guard sessions will be directed by Coach Bibby. All post sessions will be directed by Coach Mokeski. The camp will feature top quality instruction, top quality competition, and will focus on 5 days of position specific drills along with 5 days of games, with skill sessions and work stations from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., and games from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. each day. This is a residence only camp and a coach will stay on each floor in the dorms to check rooms. The cost is $495 which includes 5 nights lodging, 3 meals a day, and one camp T-shirt. For further information and registration materials call 1-800-986-9943.
June 24-26 at Sacramento State University. High school varsity teams. $400 per team. Contact Lindsey Dion at 916-278-4138 or visit their website.
June 18-22 (Day Camp) and July 30 - August 3 (Offensive Skills Camp) at Pleasanton/Hart Middle Schools and Harvest Park. For more information, visit website.
Wildcat Basketball Camp
June 27-July 2 and July 11-16 at Chico State University. Boys 12-14 and 15-18 respectively. For information, call 530-898-5160.
July 6-9 and 10-13 at UC San Diego. HS boys and girls exposure camps. Attended by college coaches. Players have to be nominated by their club or high school coach, or the camp has to send an invitation. For a current schedule and complete information, contact them at 707-585-2302; Toll-free in California 1-800-949-HOOP x4667 or visit their website.
July 6-9 and 10-13 at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Boys High School Only--NCAA Certified. Exposure camp, one of the best and the premier camps in SoCal. Residence camp geared toward top college prospects, all-stars and high caliber high school and prep players. For information, call 818 349-0935 or 818 349-8648 10811 or visit website.
July 8-12 in Sonora. Team and individual. Competitive camp with empahasis on developing offensive and defensive skills. Games, drills, and contests are all a part of the package. Shooting instruction from one of the top instuctors on the west coast. Call 916-630-0780 or visit their website.
July 11-15 at Merritt College. Boys and girls ages 7-15. $225 per camper. For more information, call 866-340-6356 or visit their website.
July 11-13 at the Warrior Center in Cypress, CA. NCAA Certified invitation only camp. Limited to 240 players. For more information, contact event director Dinos Trigonis at (562) 223-0190 or e-mail to email@example.com or visit their website.
Cougars Girls Basketball Camp
July 11-15 at Silliman Activity Center in Newark. For girls ages 8-15 years of age. For more information, contact Darryl Reina at 510-742-4400 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Various dates in June, July and August. Boys and girls individual and team camps. Contact Antonio Veloso at (408) 554-4691 (boys) or Shaunice Warr at (408) 554-4567 (girls) for information.
Several sessions in July in Weimar, CA. Considered the best instructional camp in northern California. For information, call Steve Williams at 916-782-3845.
Various dates and locations in July. High school girls exposure camps. Call 215-860-7873 for information.
Golden Bear Day Camp
Several sessions in July at Mather AFB in Sacramento. Call 916-966-3580 for information.
July 23-27, July 30 - August 4, August 6-11 at Westmont College in Santa Barbara. Boys and girls ages 11-18. Call Herb Livsey at 714-854-6198.
The Court Sense Workshop for Coaches
Saturday, July 24 from 9 am to 1 pm at
San Jose City College. Presented by Dr. George Selleck, hosted by Percy Carr. Cost is $25.00 for each participant which includes a copy of Dr. Selleck's book "Court Sense", a Workshop Course
Book for use with your players. Dr. Selleck is a couseling psychologist with over 35 years of professional expertise. He has successfully integrated his knowledge of human behavior and his experience as a accomplished athlete and coach to become a national sports education specialist. He has presented seminars to hundreds of organisations including: the NBA Rookie Transition Program; the American
Basketball Coach's Association; the U.S. Tennis Association and the National Federation of High School Sports Associations. For information, please call
408-287-0260 or 408-288-3789.
Hornet Girls Basketball Camp
July 25-26 at California State University Sacramento. For girls 13-17. For information, contact Sue Huffman at 916-278-5839.
Various dates in July at San Jose City College. Player/parent, All-Day, and Half-Day camps for boys and girls. For more information, call 408-298-2181, ext. 3608, 408-288-3789, email to email@example.com or visit their website.
October 6-7 at Heritage High School in Brentwood. The event is for high school juniors and seniors who are serious about playing baseball at the collegiate level. For more information, please visit their website or call 925-212-7752.
October 6-7 at the Recreational Sports Facility on the UC Berkeley campus. Invitational only. Features the top 100 boys and top 60 girls players in Northern California. For information, call 510-222-5916.
Hoops for the Hungry Coaches Clinic
October 8 at St. Francis HS in Sacramento. This all-day clinic includes a lineup of basketball coaches from across the country, including St. Anthony's coach Bob Hurley and San Diego St. head coach Steve Fisher, a BBQ-style lunch, and a hosted post-clinic reception. For more information, call (916) 806-1907 or (916) 685-8453.
Global Shot Doctor Shooting Camp
October 28 at Mission San Jose High School. Boys and girls from 4-12th grade. Presented by Ohlone College and designed to teach shooting skills at any level. Cost: $60 per session. Sessions: 9am-12noon and 1-4pm. For more information, please contact Justin Carter at 510-659-6055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Ryan Irmer at 510-659-6055, email email@example.com.