FP Haase 

A three-time All-Conference selection as a player and a multi-time conference and national champion as a coach, Jerod Haase's success at the age of 43 is unrivaled by any other college coach in America.

Coach Haase is looking forward to seeing you at our camp this summer!  We are adding several new components to our daily camp schedule and gearing up.  Are you ready?

The Stanford Men's Basketball Staff is committed to instructing boys of all ages how to develop and master the skills of this wonderful game of basketball.

The staff is outstanding, knowledgeable and eager to help expand young players' basketball skills, combined with having fun with Fundamentals!

COUNTLESS CURRENT and FORMER STANFORD BASKETBALL PLAYERS ATTENDED STANFORD UNIVERSITY'S BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP WHEN THEY WERE IN HIGH SCHOOL.

Why We Are Different: The Stanford Basketball Camp will emphasize in it's curriculum:

*Importance of Education

*Lifetime Skills

*Fundamental and Basketball Skill Development 

*Individual and Team Competition

Our purpose is to develop extraordinary people and great basketball players.

The Stanford Men's Basketball Camp is designed to provide a safe, fun, and instructional environment for campers, from the Bay Area and beyond.  The campers will be drilled in the various fundamentals, including:  footwork, shooting mechanics, ball handling, passing, movement without the ball, defensive (grade based) principles, rebounding, sportsmanship and how to be good teammate.  The camp will also feature team competition, where all campers will be divided into teams (grade based). In addition, there will be various forms of 2 on 2, 3 on 3, and individual competitions.  There will be an awards presentation on the final day honoring various campers for their efforts and performance. 

Many ex-Stanford players were discovered at Stanford Basketball Camp, including current Head Coach Jerod Haase as a high school player in 1991. This is a great opportunity to demonstrate your skill set and be discovered by the Stanford Basketball staff.

 

 2018 DATES!

June 9

1 Day Elite Camp (Saturday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm, COST: $95, entering grades 9-12)

June 18-21

Day Camp 1 (Monday to Thursday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, COST:  $500, entering grades 1-8)

June 18-20

Parent Child Camp (Monday to Wednesday, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, COST: $235, entering grades 1-7, tuition includes one spot for both parent and child)

June 22-25

Overnight Camp (Friday through Monday, ending at NOON on June 25, COST: $675 before April 15 and $750 after April 15, entering grades 4-8) 

High Potential Overnight Camp (Friday through Monday, ending at NOON on June 25, COST:  $675 before April 15 and $750 after April 15, entering grades 8-12)

June 29-30

Elite Overnight Camp (Friday and Saturday, COST: Overnight - $190, Commuter - $160, entering grades 8-12 for players with ADVANCED SKILLS)

July 5-8

Day Camp 2 (Thursday through Sunday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, COST:  $500, entering grades 1-7)

July 30-Aug 2

Day Camp 3 (Monday through Thursday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, COST:  $500, entering grades 1-7)

 

 

Please note that Active.com charges a 4% fee on all camp registrations at check out.

CANCELLATION POLICY - There is a $200 cancellation fee (per camp) for ALL DAY CAMP cancellations prior to June 1. There is also a $200 cancellation fee for our overnight camp (June 22 - 25).  All other camps will have a $100 cancellation fee prior to June 1. No refund will be given for cancellations after May 1.

 

For information about basketball camp, please contact the basketball office:

Tom Orlich at 650.723.0562 or torlich@stanford.edu

Our camps are open to any and all entrants.

Getting to camp is easy from all over the Bay Area.  We have campers from San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, and everywhere in between!

For your safety and benefit, we recommend that you choose a camp that fits your particular skills and level of development.

Please note that Active.com charges a 4% fee on all camp registrations at check out.

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