TCU Basketball Day Camp II
Boys Grades: 1st-9th
Location: Schollmaier Arena & Schollmaier Basketball Complex & The TCU Rec Center – Fort Worth, TX
Monday, June 27, 2022 to Thursday, June 30, 2022
Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 4:00pm
Online Registration is closed. Walk up campers are accepted. Please plan to walk up and register on Monday, June 27th at 8:15AM. Cash or Check is accepted – $285.00 (No employee discounts available for walk up campers) Registration will be at the main entrance of the Ed & Rae Schollmiaer Arena.
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Our camps are designed to assist young athletes in fulfilling their potential in an enriching, educational, and enjoyable environment. Campers will learn from past and present coaches as well as current college players.
Our goal is to provide the highest caliber of instruction and to bring out the best in each camper both on and off the court in a fun & competitive setting!
• Every camper receives individual coaching and has the opportunity to meet and talk with outstanding coaches and players. TCU’s Head Basketball Coach Jamie Dixon and his staff oversees all aspects of the camp.
• Daily instruction lead by TCU Men’s Basketball staff and former players.
• Team and individual awards.
• Campers are placed on teams to promote balanced league play according to age and ability.
• Options for Late Pick up and Early arrival.
• Autograph/photo opportunities with players and staff
• Camp T-Shirt
• Daily Lunch Included
• Team instruction is provided by the TCU Basketball Coaching staff
• All camp locations will have professional health services staff on hand
• Daily full-court games
• Structured daily camp schedule
• Strong fundamental philosophy
- Early Drop Off Option from 8:00am-9:00am – $35.00
- Late Pick-up Option from 4:00pm-5:00pm – $35.00
TCU Employee discount – please contact Thomas Montigel at email@example.com for a promo code. You must provide your TCU ID Number.
What To Bring
• Basketball Shoes – All games will be held on clean indoor courts.
• Water will be available throughout the facility, but players may want to bring a well marked water bottle and/or a sports drink.
• Money for Camp Store.
How Are Campers Divided Into Teams?
The first day, campers are divided into age groups. From there they are placed onto random teams with 8-12 campers. They will play with campers their own age. Each team will have a coach. If a camper plays above the level of his age group, he will be moved up to an older group. Camp coaches will make this decision. Unfortunately, we will not accept teammate requests
We have a full-time, certified athletic trainer who will be on site throughout the entirety of camp. If you have any medical concerns regarding your child, please convey this to the trainer at check-in. Should you have any questions about this policy, please speak to our camp trainer at check-in. Each Camper will need to complete the medical release form prior to participation. No exceptions
The Medical Treatment-consent and Release Authorization form will be attached to your e-mailed receipt and are available on-line. Please print, fill out and bring to camp. Download Waiver Form
Meals will be provided daily. Please contact Thomas Montigel for the daily meal schedule. Concessions will also be available for purchase in the main lobby of the Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena.
The Camp Bank allows campers to deposit money during registration and withdraw money throughout the camp for concessions, drinks, and apparel. Concessions and apparel purchases are available throughout the entire camp. The amount of money that is deposited into the Camp Bank ranges for each camper. Typically a parent deposits around $50 per camper for the week. The prices for concessions range from $1 to $15. Apparel ranges from $10 to $30.
To reserve a place in camp, a $125.00 deposit is required. Campers who leave camp after registration will not receive a refund.
For questions about Jamie Dixon Basketball Camps contact Kendra Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.
It is not permissible for boosters to provide expenses for individuals to attend any of the TCU Sports Camps. Expenses include but are not limited to, lodging, meals, transportation, and/or camp tuition. Exception: Boosters may provide expenses for his/her immediate family members to attend any camps.
Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by age, grade level and/or gender). NCAA rules prohibit free/reduced camp admission for prospect-aged individuals.