TLU to host basketball camps in June, July
Posted on 6/8/2018 10:33:00 AM.
(Seguin) – Texas Lutheran University will host its annual basketball camps for boys and girls in grades 1-12 this summer, with sessions from June 25-28 and July 23-26.

The June 25-28 session for grades 1-6 is a morning camp, 9 a.m. – noon, that Monday through Thursday. The session on the same dates for grades 7-12 is from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

The July 23-26 (Monday – Thursday) session is for grades 4-12 and runs 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. each of those days.

The cost for each session is $125.

Camp features include expert instruction from the TLU men’s and women’s basketball coaching staff and TLU student-athletes, grouping of all players by age for both drills and camp instruction, a camp t-shirt, and team and individual awards.

The registration deadline for the June sessions is June 18. The deadline for the July session is July 16.

To download and print registration forms, go to http://tlubulldogs.com/sports/2018/3/8/2017-camps.aspx.

For more information, contact Coach Austin Falke at 830-372-6808 or afalke@tlu.edu, or Krystal Schneider at 830-372-8125 or kschneider@tlu.edu.



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