NBC Basketball Camp at Vanguard University Costa Mesa, California
Sharpen your skills this summer with NBC Camps. This Complete Skills Junior Day Camp is for athletes ages 5 - 14.
For over 40 year NBC Camps have been developing athletes to be better players and better people. NBC Camps focuse on talent development and coaches emphasize in training the total athlete. Our camps elevate skill level through specific techniques. We break down each skill into specific portions which ingrain the skill and creates muscle memory. The intensity of our camps help maximize the heightened environment necessary for growth. Our camps are high energy, fun, and unlike any other camp experience. Come have a blast while you elevate your game and change your life.
Complete Skills Junior Day Camp
These camps offer comprehensive skill training, motivation and leadership training, and intensity station all within a 9am to 4pm time frame. These day camps are a perfect introduction for athletes into the NBC Camp program and offer a taste of NBC excellence at a pace and intensity more suitable for younger or more beginning athletes.
- Ball handling and effective passing
- Defense intensity
- Shooting fundamentals and how to Correct Common Shooting Errors
- How to avoid turnovers
- Fun and encouraging environment
- Comprehensive skill development
- Each Camper gets a rubber Vanguard basketball
NBC Basketball Gear
Get super cool gear at camp including the NBC Pure Shooting Basketball. Order online or over the phone at 1-800-406-3926 and pick it up the first day of camp. Click here for more information.
Rhett Soliday has been Head Coach of the Vanguard basketball program since 2010. Soliday had served as an assistant coach at University of California, Irvine for four years and four years at Concordia University prior to the UCI assignment.Read Full Bio
Soliday's first experience with the Golden State Athletic Conference came as a player when he transferred to Concordia from Big Bend Community College. He joined the coaching ranks immediately after a successful two-year playing career for the Eagles, where he earned NAIA Scholar-Athlete and GSAC Player of the Week, among other awards. Becoming one of the youngest head assistants in the country at the time (22 years old), Soliday helped Head Coach Ken Ammann and the staff turn the Concordia men's basketball program into a national champion. He was the lead recruiter for the Eagles as well as carrying offensive and defensive duties on the court, scouting and game strategy, academic monitoring and mentoring, and strength and conditioning duties off the court. In his four-year term at CUI, the Eagles were the 2003 NAIA Champions, 2004 NAIA Runner-ups, 2005 GSAC Tournament Champions and 2005 NAIA Tournament participants.
Soliday moved on to the NCAA Division I level to join the staff of Head Coach Pat Douglass at UC Irvine, where he served as an assistant coach for the next four years. His recruiting efforts paid off once again as the Anteaters made it to the Big West Conference Tournament Championship game in 2008, for only the second time in school history. UCI was a BWC Tournament semifinalist in 2007 and a BWC Tournament participant in 2010, while finishing fourth in the BWC in 2009. In addition to recruiting, Soliday was active in every area of practice and instruction, as well as scouting opponents and game day preparation, and monitoring and mentoring players off the court.