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University of Maryland Basketball Coaches Clinic

University of Maryland women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese has announced that the Eighth Annual Coaches Clinic will take place Saturday, Nov. 7, at Gossett Team House and Comcast Center.  This is another opportunity for coaches to learn, observe and improve.

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Basketball coaches and their staffs are invited to attend this unique event. Registration is available immediately with a discounted, early bird rate available until October 5.

The clinic caters to coaches at every level of basketball, as Frese and her staff have developed a comprehensive program they feel will develop a competitive advantage on and off the court for those coaches that attend.

This year’s event will offer a new segment focusing on strength and conditioning as it relates to developing faster and stronger athletes. The segment will focus on footwork, hand-eye coordination and much more.

Attending coaches will learn drills, plays and strategies. Coaches will also observe a Maryland team practice with Frese and the Terps, network with area coaches and have a Q&A session with Maryland’s staff. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Follow this link to be added to the Coaches Clinic e-mail list and complete the online form to stay updated on the clinic schedule, events and related information.

Please follow this link to download the mail-in registration form.

2009 University of Maryland Coaches Clinic Rates

Single Coach – $35 through October 5 ($50 after)
Staff of Three – $105 through October 5 ($135 after)
Staff of Four – $140 through October 5 ($150 after)

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Comments

  1. Hi Allan,

    I’m not sure which camp you are referring to. If it is Point Guard College, then try to reach them directly at: CONTACT PGC

    Good luck! thanks for checking out AllBasketballReview!

  2. My daughter is a 4th grader on a flames aau team (star point guard)I am supposed to be an assistant coach but I really dont know what the hell Im doing.

    Is there hope?

    Thanks

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