Basketball Camps

2018 Bears Basketball Youth Camp

One-week day camp for boys and girls, ages 9-15, of all skill levels.
Session I: June 11-15  •  Session II: July 9-13

Hours: M-F, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (No extended care available)
Fees: $225 per session, per child
Contact: Mark Edwards, (314) 935-5168
Drop-Off Map: Download
Enroll: Click Here
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2018 Boys Showcase Basketball Camp

Three-day competitive residential camp geared towards the exceptionally motivated player
Ages: 15-18
Dates: July 16-18
Fees: $475 (Resident), $400 (Commuter)
Contact: Mark Edwards, (314) 935-5168; Caleb Lawson, (314) 935-4714
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2018 Girls Showcase Basketball Camp

Three-day competitive residential camp geared towards the exceptionally motivated player
Ages: 15-18
Dates: June 8-10 (Session 1) and June 28-30 (Session 2)
Fees Per Session: $475 (Resident), $390 (Commuter)
Contact: Randi Henderson, (314) 935-4702
Camp Map: Download
Enroll: Click Here (June 9th ACT testing condensed camp option available)
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*Financial Assistance available upon request if qualify. Contact Coach Freeman (marke.freeman@wustl.edu) for details.

 



2018 Girls Competition Camp

Three-day camp geared towards 5th-8th grade girls looking to improve overall skill and speed of play.
Ages: Grades 5th-8th
Dates: June 25-27
Fees Per Session: $165
Contact: Randi Henderson, (314) 935-4702
Camp Map: Download
Enroll: Click Here
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*Financial Assistance available upon request if qualify. Contact Coach Freeman (marke.freeman@wustl.edu) for details.



About WashU Basketball

The Washington University in St. Louis men's and women's Basketball teams have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success at the NCAA Division III level. The women's team has won five NCAA Division III National Championships, including four straight from 1998-2001. The men's team won the 2008 and 2009 national championship.

Men's basketball coach Mark Edwards and women's basketball coach Randi Henderson are the the Directors of the WashU basketball camps.

Edwards has posted a 685-293 (.700) in 37 seasons on the Danforth Campus, leading WashU to 15 UAA Championships, 21 NCAA appearances and the 2008 and 2009 NCAA Division III National Championship.

Henderson has accumulated an overall record of 190-109 in 11 seasons as a NCAA Division III head coach, following her first year with the Bears in which she led WashU to a 19-8 mark and to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.