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2018 Atlanta Girls Camp

USA Basketball Girls Regional Camp Set for June 23-24 in Atlanta

  • Date:
    Apr 26, 2018

The 2018 USA Basketball Atlanta Girls Regional Camp, which will take place June 23-24 at Norcross High School in Norcross, Georgia, will provide an opportunity for girls 10 to 16 years old to improve their individual basketball skills while learning from USA Basketball licensed coaches in a fun, safe and competitive environment.

More information about the USA Basketball Atlanta Girls Regional Camp and registration is available online.

USA Basketball Regional Camps are open to players of all skill levels and abilities and focus on fundamental skill development. Camp sessions emphasize basketball fundamentals through station work, group drills and games in a fun and developmentally appropriate learning environment.

Information about regional camps can be found online, along with the answers to frequently asked questions.

Registration includes all sessions, general athlete insurance and an official USA Basketball Youth Development jersey. Players are responsible for transportation to and from the gym, lodging, all meals, clothing and basketball shoes. All participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

The first 50 people to register at each location will receive a 20-percent-off discount, and offers also are available for groups of 10 or more by emailing register@usabasketball.com.

A guaranteed preferred rate currently is available at the Residence Inn Atlanta Norcross/Peachtree Corners. Individual attendee reservations may be made online through the USA Basketball Residence Inn Hotel Room Block. Reservations also may be made by calling Marriott Reservations at 1-888-236-2427 and mentioning the USA Basketball Camp at Norcross High School. All reservations must be made by June 1, 2018, or while availability remains to guarantee preferred rate.


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