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Men's Basketball Team Camp

June  30, 2017  - July  1, 2017  10:00 AM  - 12:00 PMThe Levine Center for Wellness & Recreation

Registration Information

Team Fee (2 Days, 6 Games)- $350 per Team
Team Fee (1 Day, 3 Games)-
$175
Residential Teams-
Team Fee + $100 per Player*
*Players will need to sign up separately from team. The $100 is to cover the costs of housing and meals. Teams are not obligated to the $100 per player if they do not wish to stay or eat on campus.
**Residential Teams, please contact at queensuniversitybasketball@gmail.com to discuss player registration for housing and meals.
***Price will also include a small convenience fee.

Price: $75 per sessionRegister Now

Contact Information

Coach Bart Lundy
Phone:
704-337-2510
Email:
lundyb@queens.edu

Event Details

This camp is for varsity high school teams, and is designed to cultivate a highly competitive atmosphere in order to help teams grow as a unit. Games will be officiated and timed by certified officials and Queens basketball staff. 

Camp will start at 8 a.m. and end around 11 p.m. both days.

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