May 9, 2013
Individual Camps (June 24-26, July 15-17) | Team Camp (June 28-30)
PITTSBURGH - University of Pittsburgh women's basketball head coach Suzie McConnell-Serio will host several camps this summer. The Pitt coaching staff, along with current members of the women's basketball team will offer skill instruction to area youngsters.
Coach McConnell-Serio, who begins her first season at Pitt this fall, will hold two sessions of individual day camps. The camps will look to provide a fun basketball environment, aim to develop fundamental skills, while also training players on sportsmanship and competiveness.
The first summer session will be held June 24-26 with the second day camp slated for July 15-17.
Both individual camps will be held daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. over the three-day span. In addition, the two individual camps are open to girls in grades 4 through 9th (entering each grade). The camps will be conducted at the Petersen Events Center (three courts) and Fitzgerald Field House (three courts).
The cost of the individual three-day summer session is $195 with lunch provided. Each camper will receive a basketball and t-shirt for their participation. Discounts apply for University employees and for attendance at both camps. For more information, contact Lauren Reinshuttle at firstname.lastname@example.org
McConnell-Serio and her staff will host a team camp at Pitt on June 28-30. The camp is open to all varsity teams with a guarantee of seven games in three days. Each game will be officiated by certified referees with a special session presented on academic and NCAA rules, as well as, information on the college recruiting process.
A Pittsburgh native, McConnell-Serio was tabbed the eighth head coach in Pitt women's basketball history on April 12.
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