Women's Basketball Elite Camp 1 at Brown University

  • Camp Type: Residential camp with commuter option
  • Coach: Sarah Behn
  • Dates: June 20 - 21, 2020 (Saturday - Sunday)
  • Eligibility: Girls entering grades 9 - 12 as of September 2020. Residential Campers - Must be 14 - 18 years old by the start of camp.

This camp is not scheduled to run this summer.

Residential Fee: $401.50 and will increase to $445.00 on May 1
Full Commuter Fee: $307.00 and will increase to $340.00 on May 1
One Day Commuter Fee: $176.50 and will increase to $195.00 on May 1

Check In Day 1: 10:00 am - 11:45 am
Commuter Check Out Day 1 8:30 pm
Commuter Check In Day 2: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Check Out Day 2: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Women’s Basketball Elite Camp at Brown University is an overnight camp for serious basketball players interested in gaining exposure and competing at a high level. The Brown University Women’s basketball staff and players as well as first-rate coaches from other well respected schools in the area will provide campers with rigorous, hands on instruction aimed at taking their basketball abilities to the next level. Players will leave our camp knowing what it takes to compete at the collegiate level. Elite Camp is open to rising Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors as of September 2020. Elite Camp is capped to ensure close, individual attention by members of the coaching staff.

Camp Includes:
• Brown Women’s basketball camp shirt
• Individualized skill instruction and team competition
• Information regarding recruiting, college application, and recruiting process

Campers Should Bring:
• Basketball sneakers
• Athletic wear - shorts, t-shirts, socks etc.
• Anything you may require for games/practice
• Blanket and sheets or sleeping bag, and room fan
• Spending money for snacks and camp gear

Important Health Advisory

Due to recent outbreaks of measles, in consultation with Brown University’s Health Services and General Counsel’s Office, Pre-College Programs and Sports Camps are prohibiting any student or athlete from attending these programs if they have not completed the measles vaccinations.

This decision was made because of the structure of the summer programs: measles is a highly infectious disease that can incubate for two weeks before any symptoms appear. Given that many of our students and athletes are present on campus from anywhere from 1 day to 3 weeks, and then depart, the opportunities for this disease to be spread within and beyond our community is significant enough to warrant this kind of decision.

Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants that meet the listed age requirements for each camp.