MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Penn State Harrisburg's men's basketball program will be hosting its annual summer camp for interested players this June.
Designed specifically for players entering grades 5-12 and overseen by head coach Don Friday, assistant coaches and a number of Penn State Harrisburg players, the camp will run from June 23-26 and will include overnight, full-day and partial day options.
Built with Coach Friday's 25 years of basketball camp experience in mind, each participant's instructional program will be focused on improving fundamental skills. Instruction includes skill building, lectures and demonstrations, along with small group drills and instructional stations. Time will also be set aside for extra help and individual instruction. Campers will display the skills they learn in 1-on-1 games, skills competitions, and 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 camp games. Enrolled participants will receive a t-shirt and basketball. Campers will also receive an individualized end of camp report card with tips and workout plans to help continue their development.
Meal options are included in the price of admission. For more information, pricing options and to register for the camp, visit this link. Please direct any further questions to men's basketball head coach Don Friday at 717-948-6798 or firstname.lastname@example.org.