May 22, 2012
PITTSBURGH - University of Pittsburgh head women's basketball coach Agnus Berenato will hold a host of basketball camps this summer. Members of the Panthers coaching staff along with current members of the women's basketball team will provide instruction to youngsters.
Coach B will hold three Day Camps with focus on fundamental basketball skills. The camps will include lessons on ball-handling, shooting, rebounding and defensive techniques. The first day camp will be held from June 18-21 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and is open to ages 7-16.
The second summer session is slated for July 16-19 and open to eighth grade and under only. The third session of day camp is scheduled for July 30- August 2. Each camper will receive a basketball, t-shirt and report card to note their progress upon completion of the camp. Day campers have the option to purchase lunch for the four days of camp or bring their own.
Coach Berenato and staff will host an Elite Camp on June 29 and 30. This camp will focus on more intensive skills and preparation for college level basketball. High school varsity experience is recommended but not required. Campers will have an opportunity to participate in individual skill sessions with members of the Pitt coaching staff and will also receive feedback on the college recruiting process.
The camps will be held at three venues that house a total of 10 basketball courts on the University of Pittsburgh campus: Petersen Events Center (two courts on main floor and two in auxiliary gym), Fitzgerald Field House (three courts) and Tree Hall (three courts).
For more information (including pricing, discounts and availability), click here for camp brochure.
Day Camps and Elite Camp: Dave Scarborough | 412-648-8414 | email@example.com
Meghan Bielich | 412-648-8360 | firstname.lastname@example.org.
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