The Princeton men's basketball program will host five summer camps in June and July that will feature Princeton coaches and players working with campers from first through 12th grade.
Two elite camps will run in June, with the June 7-8 session as a day camp and the June 26-27 as an overnight camp, both for those in grades nine through 12. The camp will closely resemble the experience that high-level college players go through daily in practice, including individual instruction, station work, and full-court game-play.
The team camp will run June 27-29 and is for junior varsity and varsity teams, giving high school coaches an opportunity to work with their teams in real game situations in a Division I facility. Teams will stay in on-campus dormitories, providing a chance to build chemistry and momentum. Each team is guaranteed five games.
The day development camp, running July 14-18, is for players in first through sixth grades and serves to teach the fundamentals of basketball with an emphasis on skill and teamwork. The week will feature stations, contests, competitions and league play.
The overnight development camp runs from July 23-26 and will serve players in fifth through 12th grade. Similar to the day camp, participants will get individual attention from a Princeton's coaches to put an emphasis on skill and teamwork. Stations, contests, competitions and both five-on-five and three-on-three league play will pack this exciting week. Overnight campers will get the full Princeton basketball experience, staying in one of the historic dormitories on campus and taking their meals in the same dining halls as Princeton student-athletes.
For more information on the camps, visit the PrincetonSportsCamps site here.