SPEARFISH, S.D. - Black Hills State University head men's basketball coach Jeff Trumbauer
has announced four individual camps and a team camp as part of the summer camp schedule.
The first individual camp of the summer is the Future Yellow Jacket Day Camp scheduled for May 31 through June 1 and runs from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost is $50 and is for grades K-6. The camp will cover all the fundamentals while incorporating games and competitions.
Overnight Camp is scheduled for June 11-13 and is for grades 3-8. A commuter can register for $150 with no meals, while a commuter receiving lunch and dinner is $200. A resident (overnight camper) can register for $250 and will receive three meals per full day.
The overnight camp is for learning basic fundamentals with the challenge of different competitions. Individual and team concepts will be taught on both offense and defense.
The Yellow Jacket Shooting Camp is designed for campers who want to improve on their shooting techniques. This camp will teach campers drills to aid in their ability to shoot the basketball. Campers ranging from 3-12 grade are encouraged to attend. Camp dates are June 13-14.
The Shooting Camp costs $60 for a commuter and $80 for a resident.
An Elite Skills Camp will be held June 14-16 for older campers that are serious about improving their game. The non-stop basketball camp is designed to improve position specific skills needed at the next level and is designed for grades 8-12.
Cost to attend the elite camp is $150 for a commuter with no meals, $200 for a commuter with lunch and dinner while a resident is $250.
The men's camp season ends with a team camp June 16-18. Divisions will be split between varsity, junior varsity and freshman. The cost is $400 per team.
Those teams staying overnight can get meals, lodging and water park pass for $110 per player.
For questions regarding camps, contact assistant coach Ryan Thompson
at 605-642-6959 or by email at email@example.com.