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COBBER Girls Cage Camps
Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota

Summer 2005 Camps Offered
June 20-24            Cobber Cage Camp (entering grades 5-12)
June 25                  Varsity Team Camp
June 27-30            Cobber Cage Developmental Camp (entering grades 3-9)

Cobber Cage Camp Philosophy
Cobber Cage Camps are designed for the athlete who wants to experience outstanding instruction and top-level competition in a
positive, supportive environment. Individual improvement is fostered through an emphasis on fundamentals, team play, small-group play and individual competitions.

Camp Features
• Individual written player evaluation
• Individual skills contests
• Extensive Game Play
• Transition Game
• Team defensive strategies
• Teambuilding
• Competition against camp coaches
• Cobber Cage Camp awards
• Cobber Cage Basketball Camp t-shirt
• Athletic trainer on duty
• Access to swimming pool

Camp Goals
Specific areas of instruction include:
• Ball handling, passing, dribbling
• One on one moves – posts and guards
• Shooting clinic
      - Shooting with accuracy
      - Effective warm-up and mental focus
      - Shoot off dribble and/or pass
      - Getting open for the shot
      - Body balance and footwork
      - Shooting a jump shot vs. a set shot
• Defensive footwork and balance
• Fundamentals of team offense and defense
• Basics and importance of weight training

Typical Camp Day
7:30 - Breakfast
8:30 - Opening/Warm-up
9:00 - Individual skill instruction and contests
10:30 - Guest speaker: Clinician
11:00 - Transition – offense and defense
11:30 - Lunch (open gym)
12:30 - 3 on 3 league play
1:30 - Team practice
2:30 - League games
5:00 - Dinner (open gym)
6:00 - Full-court drills
6:30 - Shooting practice
7:00 - League games
9:00 - Swimming and open gym
10:00 - Dorms
11:00 - Lights out

Camp Overview
Development Camp
The Cobber Cage Day and Development camp will focus on practicing the fundamental skills of basketball in a positive and encouraging environment. Skills will be developed through practice time in small groups as well as in team play with an emphasis on sportsmanship. Awards will be given at the end of the week.
Registration: Check in between 11:00-12:00 on the opening day of camp. All campers should be prepared to participate on the day of arrival.
Final Day: Following the awards at approximately 12:00 (noon)

Team Camp
The focus of Team Camp is to develop the skills of each individual within the context of team play. Each team will have the opportunity to: compete in practice and game situations, work on team’s own offense and defense, foster communication, respect and unity among teammates through team-building activities, and prepare for the upcoming season. Camp champions will be crowned following the tabulation of competition as a team both on and off the court. Teams consist of athletes entering grades 9-12. Each team should have an individual coach who leads them through drills in practice and tournament play. If a coach is unable to attend camp with the team, a coach from the Cobber Cage Coaching Staff will be provided.
Registration: Check in between 11:00-12:00 on the opening day of camp. All campers should be prepared to participate on the day of arrival.
Final Day: Following the awards at approximately 12:00 (noon)

What to Bring:
Basketball shoes, plenty of gym clothes, water bottle, great attitude and willingness to work hard, pillow and pillow case, sleeping bag or blanket and sheets, fan, alarm clock, swimsuit, soap, shampoo, and other toiletries, spending money (any “extra” souvenirs). Day campers — be sure to have basketball shoes, gym clothes, extra socks, and possibly a swimsuit.

Accommodations and Meals
Resident campers will live in one of Concordia’s campus dormitories with supervision provided by their camp coach. Resident and Board Campers will eat on campus at Concordia dining facilities. Resident campers will get three meals each day beginning with dinner on the first day of camp and ending with lunch on the last day. Campers choosing the board plan will receive lunch and dinner when camp is in session. Pizzas can be delivered to the dorms.

2005 Camp Costs
Concordia Cobber Cage Basketball camps are offered at three rates:
A. Resident camper, all services provided
B. Board (lunch and dinner) no dorm room
C. Commuter’s rate, no meals or room
Session: A B C
Team Camp June 25
    (varsity teams - team cost)
Cobber Cage Camp June 20-June 24
    (entering grades 5-12; split into 3 divisions)
    ($100 non-refundable deposit required)
$275 $225 $185
Cobber Cage Development Camp June 27-30 
Camp Director
Jessica Rahman

For More Information
Camp Director
Jessica Rahman - (218) 299-4417
E-mail: rahman@cord.edu

Assistant Camp Director
Bob Kohler - (218) 299-4439
E-Mail: kohler@cord.edu

or Write:
Cobber Cage Girls' Basketball Camps
Concordia College
901 South 8th St.
Moorhead, MN 56562

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