Viterbo University - Women's Basketball

Viterbo University Women’s Basketball Elite Camp

COME FLY WITH US! We want YOU to come learn, and grow with one of the rising programs in the state. Under the direction of 2nd year Head Coach Lionel Jones, the Viterbo V-Hawks had a historic season that hasn’t been matched since 2003-04. The V-Hawks were among the programs best in Points Per Game, Steals Per Game, 3-PT Shooting, Blocks Per Game and Assists Per Game. The Viterbo Women’s Basketball program is led by Lionel Jones, who has years of Basketball experience which includes stops with the Minnesota Golden Gophers, Minnesota Timberwolves, UW-Stout Blue Devils, and many years in the high school game. Come learn from the other members of our coaching staff, our current V-Hawk players and other camp staff.  Our Elite camp will push you physically and mentally by putting you through the same drills and workouts our players do. Through the use of instruction, and breakdown each camper will be more prepared physically and mentally for their high school and AAU season. Using drills, competitions, and 5 on 5 games which will be coached by camp staff you will leave a better and tougher basketball player. Our elite camp includes the option to experience the college athlete lifestyle. Stay overnight in the dorms on campus, eat in the V-Hawk cafeteria and get the opportunity to grow and meet new people! Each camper will be placed on a team which will have current V-Hawk players leading team bonding, and overseeing events that will occur throughout your time on campus! Watch our current V-Hawks go through their own workouts and experience what it feels like to live in the city of La Crosse! We want YOU to experience what it feels like to be a V-Hawk!

June 22nd-24th

Grades: 9th-12th
Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Gym Opens at 11:30 AM
Cost: $175 (includes Viterbo Women's Basketball Adidas T-Shirt, and meals if staying overnight)

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Location: The R.W. Beggs, Sr. Gymnasium at the Viterbo Student Activities Center is the site of all women’s basketball home games. The 1050- seat gymnasium is equipped with six rectangular glass backboards and pro-style break-away rims.  The Mathy Center which is a multi-million dollar facility, with three basketball courts will also be utilized.