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WSCC Women's Basketball Camp

The 2015 Dave Kragel All-Star Basketball Camp will be held on July 20-23, 2015 inside the "Z" Buda Gymnasium and Assembly Hall on the Walters State campus in Morristown, from 9 am to 3 pm each day for girls entering grades 3-9.

Each camper will receive instruction from Kragel and Walters State assistant coach Jasmin Coleman, along with current player and former Trotter Jenna Potts.

Each child will receive a camp shirt on the final day. The camp fee is $80 per camper. Walk-ins are welcome.

For more information or to request an application, contact Kragel at 423-585-6757, 423-587-1903, 423-748-0420 or 423-585-6754

Please go to handouts to download an application if you are interested.

Thank you



A Team Prayer
God created this day for..
gain.. not loss,
success..not failure,
Positive actions not negative thoughts.

O Lord inspire us with desire for greatness,
To wisely use these gifts and talents you have
so generously given to us. They are tools to be used up,
not treasures to be stored up.

Create in these young Athletes:
The RIGHT ATTITUDE to excel in the classroom and life,
The attitude that says "I can reach deeper inside myself".

The FIRM BELIEF in God, themselves, their families,
their coach and their teammates.

To never quit no matter what the score,
To never give up no matter what the odds.

What is AAU Basketball?

The AAU Girls' Basketball Program was established in 1972 as part of the AAU Junior Olympic program. Prior to 1972, the AAU Men's and Women's Committee conducted basketball championships, which included a single junior division. The National Championships started in two
age divisions (15u &18u) and have expanded to nine (10u through 18u) plus the Junior Olympic Games, the NICs (National Invitational Championships, now called Division II National Championships) and the 10 thru 13 Western Championship. In 2003, 651 teams competed for ten AAU Girls' Basketball National Championship crowns, with 280 additional teams playing in our newly named D-II National Championships. Girls' Basketball remains the number one Sport in all of the AAU.