menu close twitter facebook snapchat instagram youtube article basketball gallery graph left-arrow right-arrow search star trophy video net clipboard shield-check shield-star stopwatch filter reset Share

E-Team

Shop

WEAR WHAT THE TEAM WEARS

Shop Now USA Basketball
Girls Regional Skills Camp

USA Basketball Brings Girls Regional Camp To Northeast

  • Date:
    Sep 22, 2016

Seventh through 12th grade girls have the opportunity to participate in an official USA Basketball Regional Camp from Oct. 22-23 at the Island Garden Basketball Sports Center (45 Cherry Valley Avenue #1, West Hempstead, NY 11552).

USA Basketball Regional Camps combine on-court skills training with off-court life skills sessions in a fun and competitive learning environment. On court sessions also will include 3x3 and five-on-five game play to further help players develop their skill sets.

One of USA Basketball’s Youth Development initiatives, the focus during a Regional Camp is on helping young players of all skill levels improve fundamentals, while also learning about achieving maximum performance in sport and life.

The Northeast Regional Camp will be directed by Ohemaa Nyanin, USA Basketball Women’s National Team Assistant Director, and will feature 1980 U.S. Olympian Jill Rankin Schneider (Monterey H.S., Texas) as the lead clinician. In addition to serving as the lead clinician for the 2016 USA Basketball Midwest Regional Camp and the 2015 USA Basketball East Regional Camp, Schneider as head coach led USA Basketball women’s teams to gold medals at the 2011 FIBA Americas U16 Championship and the 2012 FIBA U17 World Championship.

The cost to attend the camp is $185, which includes all sessions, general athlete insurance and an official USA Basketball Youth Development jersey. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Register today at usabgirlsnortheastcamp.

Related Tags:

Related Videos

Gold-medal winning USA Basketball coach Don Showalter lays out the most important things to remember when speaking to your team before a game.

Dawn Staley, playing in her third Olympic Games, was elected by her peers - all U.S. team captains - to carry the flag and lead the U.S. delegation into the 2004 Opening Ceremony. She reflects back on her selection and what it meant to her.

USA Basketball's Jay Demings (Youth and Sport Development Director) and Don Showalter (10-time gold medal winning junior national team coach) discuss the four stages of progressive player development.

USA Basketball's Jay Demings (Youth and Sport Development Director) and Don Showalter (10-time gold medal winning junior national team coach) discuss coaching actions for player growth.

Related Content

USA Basketball introduces its E-Learning Program presented by AT&T, which will allow organizations to build a customized online education and certification program.

Behind a MVP performance by JBM (19.5 ppg., 7.0 apg.) in the finals, the USA earned a pair of hard-fought games in the best-of-three grand finals to claim a 2-0 lead over Dominican Republic and earn the FIBA Esports Open II North and Central America Conference championship

The inaugural USA E-Team was selected on Nov. 9, has been practicing and scrimmaging at least five days a week since then and is ready for the competition to begin.

The USA Basketball E-National Team, which averaged 85.0 points to its opponents’ 48.0 points per game and finished the first day of competition in the 2020 FIBA Esports Open II North and Central American Conference with a 4-1 record and in a good position to advance to the finals.

When playing a little word association with John ‘JBM’ Mascone, he said the athlete he considers to be his GOAT was tennis legend Roger Federer.

Coach Licensing & Organization Accreditation Login



Forgot Password?