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INDIANA GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPS

Dates

2014 Young Hoosiers Camp

06/07/2014-06/08/2014

$100

Grades K-4

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2014 Team Shootout I (JV/Varsity Teams)

06/14/2014

$300/team

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2014 Parent-Daughter Camp

06/15/2014

$115

Girls Ages 8 and older

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2014 Fundamental Camp

06/17/2014-06/19/2014

$325

Grades 5-12

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2014 Elite Camp

06/21/2014

$85 (includes IU gear)

Grades 9-12

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2014 Team Shootout II (JV/Varsity Teams)

06/22/2014

$300

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All camps open to all and any entrants

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THE HEAD COACH

Curt Miller - Head Coach, Indiana Women's Basketball

Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass announced on March 28, 2012 the hiring of Curt Miller, the 16th winningest coach by percentage in NCAA Division I history, as IU's new head women's basketball coach.

Miller arrived in Bloomington from Bowling Green State University, where he served as head coach for 11 seasons and compiled an overall record of 258-92 (.737). The Falcons went 24-7 in 2011-12 and Miller earned Mid-American Conference (MAC) Coach of the Year honors for a league- record sixth time and was named WBCA Region 4 Coach of the Year for a fourth time. BGSU has won seven of the last eight MAC outright regular season titles and a division title the last eight seasons.

The success of the Falcons on the court has been matched by the success of the team's student-athletes in the classroom. In Miller's 11 seasons, BGSU's combined team grade-point average has never sunk below 3.00 and his staff also boasts a 100% graduation rate among all athletes who exhaust their eligibility with the program.

During his tenure at BGSU, Miller guided his program to postseason appearances in each of the last eight seasons, including five NCAA Tournament bids. The Falcons won 21-or-more games in each of the last nine years, and Miller guided BGSU to 28-or-more wins in a single season four times.

This past year was arguably Miller's finest coaching performance of his BG tenure. After losing six seniors and nearly 5,500 points from last year's club, the Falcons proceeded to win the MAC's regular-season crown yet again, with a 14-2 league mark.

CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Young Hoosiers Camp - June 7-8, 2014 - REGISTER NOW!

  • Grades K-4
  • 1-4 p.m.

The focus of the Young Hoosiers Camp is to provide a basic foundation of basketball skills. Camp structure includes individual fundamentals, games, competition, and awards. This is a great camp for those just learning the game as well as those with a basic foundation of the game.

Team Shootout 

This camp provides an opportunity for your team to play against competitive opponents. All teams are guaranteed a minimum of three games. Teams will have the opportunity to compete where the Indiana Hoosiers play and practice with games being held at Assembly Hall and Cook Hall. Chalk Talk sessions will be conducted throughout the day by IU Coaches.

PARENT-Daughter Camp - June 15, 2014 - REGISTER NOW!

  • Girls ages 8 and older
  • 12-4 p.m.

Enjoy Father’s Day by attending our second annual Parent-Daughter Camp! This camp offers an opportunity for parent and daughter to enjoy the game of basketball together. Camp activities are structured to develop your daughter’s skills in a fun way through games, contests, and competition.

Fundamental Camp - June 17-19, 2014 - REGISTER NOW!

  • Grades 5-12
  • 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Each Day

The focus of the Fundamental camp is to provide a basic foundation of skill instruction and player development. Camp structure includes individual fundamentals, team competition, and awards. This camp is a great camp for beginners as well as more developed players.

Elite Camp - June 21, 2014 - REGISTER NOW!

  • Grades 9-12
  • 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

This camp is designed for extremely competitive high school players looking to compete at a high level and experience a "day in the life" of an Indiana University women's basketball student-athlete. Activities include film work, strength & conditioning, practice, individual instruction and team competition.