Cal Girls Basketball Camp

Cal Girls Basketball Camp
Cal Girls Basketball Camp

Cal Women's Basketball is offering an action-packed summer of elite basketball instruction. Campers will have the special opportunity to work with the highly accomplished Cal Women's Basketball Staff.

The Cal Basketball Camps will feature sessions for players of all abilities and ages including a four-day Cal Kids Camp, our always popular Bear For A Day Camp and our team Jam Fest Camp. We are pleased to announce that all camp sessions will take place on the Cal Berkeley campus this summer!

Highlights Include

  • Superior coaching from the Cal Women's Basketball Coaching Staff
  • A tenacious approach to defensive skills training and improvement
  • Advanced skill development drills with a strong emphasis on fundamentals
  • Official California Basketball Team T-Shirt, Camp Workbook, and other great prizes!
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Dates & Prices

Meet Camp Coaches

Lindsay Gottlieb
Camp Director

Lindsay Gottlieb

Many coaches struggle to find the right balance between success on the court and success in the classroom while empowering student-athletes to enjoy their experiences and letting their individual personalities shine.  In four short years as the head coach at California, Lindsay Gottlieb has shown the ability to find the perfect balance in Berkeley by taking the program to...

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Since Gottlieb earned her first head coaching job in 2008-09, only nine coaches have taken their team to an NCAA Final Four appearance, with Gottlieb becoming the eighth coach on that list after leading her 2012-13 California squad to a 32-4 record that included the program’s first Pac-12 regular season championship as well as the first Elite Eight and Final Four bids in 40 years of California women’s basketball. Doing so in her second season in Berkeley, Gottlieb became just the seventh coach in the country since 1990 to coach her team to the Final Four in her first two seasons at the helm of a program. The Bears have followed the success of the historical 2012-13 season with an NCAA Tournament bid each year since.

Gottlieb’s most recent season saw the Bears log another 20-win campaign after finishing at 24-10 overall and 13-5 in Pac-12 play. Cal tied for third in the Pac-12, reached the championship game of the conference tournament and earned a second-round berth in the NCAA Tournament. The season also saw Gottlieb notch her 100th Cal win, becoming the quickest coach in program history to reach the 100-win mark. She joined Tara VanDerveer and Charli Turner Thorne as the only head coaches in the Pac-12 with at least 100 wins at their respective institutions.

Following Cal’s 2014-15 NCAA Tournament run, seniors Brittany Boyd and Reshanda Gray became the first Golden Bear duo to be selected in the same year of the WNBA Draft, with Boyd going No. 9 to the New York Liberty and Gray selected by the Minnesota Lynx at No. 16. California has now had at least one player drafted in each of the last three seasons, the only Pac-12 program to hold that distinction. 

In her third season in Berkeley, 2013-14, Gottlieb guided Cal to a 22-10 record and third consecutive NCAA Tournament berth after finishing as the conference runner-up. With another 20-win season under her belt, Gottlieb became the winningest Cal women’s basketball coach over a three-year period, notching a 79-24 record.

The 2012-13 season was a record-breaking season for the Golden Bears that culminated in Gottlieb being named a finalist for the prestigious Naismith National Coach of the Year award in addition to the media selecting Gottlieb as the Pac-12 Coach of the Year after she led her team to a 17-1 conference record.

Earning praise for her ability to gameplan and make in-game adjustments, 2012-13 also marked the year that Gottlieb became just the fifth coach to win a Pac-12 title in her first two seasons as a head coach in the conference. She is the only active coach in the conference to lead her team to a road victory at Stanford’s Maples Pavilion, a feat she accomplished with a 67-55 victory on January 13, 2013 that ended the Cardinal’s 81-game conference winning streak and announced California’s ascension into the conference and national championship discussions.

Gottlieb’s Bears reeled off a program-record 15 consecutive wins to end the regular season and earn a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament. In a run that surpassed the combined NCAA Tournament win total of all previous California head coaches, Gottlieb led her team to victories over Fresno State, South Florida, LSU and Georgia to reach the 2013 Final Four. She holds a career NCAA Tournament record of 7-5 in five appearances – once as the head coach at UC Santa Barbara and four times at California.

Leading teams to success in the postseason isn’t her only specialty though. In her four seasons at California, Gottlieb has amassed a 103-34 record – more California-bests by setting new marks for most wins in a two-year, three-year, and four-year period in Berkeley. Already the first coach to win 20 games in her first season with the Bears, her program-record 32 wins in the 2012-13 marked just the 12th time in conference history that a team surpassed the 30-win barrier, going down as the seventh-best single-season win total in Pac-12 history.

Utilizing an up-tempo, attractive brand of basketball, Gottlieb’s approach has helped revitalize West Coast women’s basketball with guard Layshia Clarendon thriving under Gottlieb’s system en route to being selected No. 9 by the Indiana Fever in the 2013 WNBA Draft as the first player based on the West Coast to be selected. Clarendon twice earned All-America honors in two years playing under Gottlieb and was selected as the Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year. In total at California, Gottlieb has coached players to six All-America seasons in four years with Clarendon earning honors in 2012 and 2013, Gennifer Brandon in 2013, Boyd in 2014 and 2015 and Gray in 2015.

In her first season at the helm in Berkeley in 2011-12, Gottlieb took Cal back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009 with her Bears advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Gottlieb also led the Bears to a second place Pac-12 finish in her inaugural season, just the third time since joining the Pac-10 in its inaugural season (1985-86) that the Bears finished in second place and it was only the second time that Cal has finished with sole possession of second.

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Charmin Smith
Assistant Coach

Charmin Smith

Charmin Smith is the longest-tenured coach on the California bench and has been instrumental in turning the Golden Bears into one of the premier programs on the west coast and in the...

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Charmin Smith is the longest-tenured coach on the California bench and has been instrumental in turning the Golden Bears into one of the premier programs on the west coast and in the country.

Of the 12 McDonald’s All-Americans in California women’s basketball history, Smith has signed 10 of them since joining the California staff in 2007, including an impressive haul when she put together the 2009 class of four All-Americans that served as the foundation to California’s 2013 NCAA Final Four run.

The Bears have put together five Top 20 recruiting classes in Smith’s tenure which includes the current incoming class that is ranked No. 14 in the nation and the 2009 and 2011 classes that were both top five classes.

On the court, Smith has been instrumental in coaching the Bears to the top three individual seasons in program history. In her first two seasons in Berkeley, Cal set then-school records for wins in a season, finishing both years with 27-7 marks before Cal pushed itself into elite status with the record-breaking 32-4 Final Four campaign in 2012-13. The Bears also recorded their best Pac-12 record (17-1) and won their first conference regular season crown that season. Smith has helped lead the Bears to the post-season in each of her seven seasons in Berkeley, including trips to the NCAA Tournament in 2007-08 (Second Round), 2008-09 (Third Round) and 2012-13 (Final Four). She was also part of the staff that led the Bears to the 2010 WNIT Championship.

With the Bears, she led the development of guard Layshia Clarendon who became the No. 9 pick in the 2013 WNBA Draft by the Indiana Fever.

Smith came to Cal after serving as an assistant coach for three seasons at Stanford and spending six years playing professionally. During Smith's tenure as an assistant with Stanford, the Cardinal posted an 87-16 (.845) record and made a pair of NCAA Elite Eight appearances.

As a coach at Stanford, Smith played an integral role in the development of three of the Pac-10's top posts - Brooke Smith, Jayne Appel and Kristen Newlin - and in the spring of 2007, she switched her focus to working with the Cardinal guards, including three-time Pac-10 Player of the Year Candice Wiggins.

Smith was a star player for Stanford from 1993-97, helping the Cardinal to three NCAA Final Fours, as well as three Pac-10 titles. Following her playing career, she joined the professional ranks in the ABL from 1997-98 as a member of the Portland Power. She also played three years in the WNBA and one year in the Swedish Basketball League.

Smith began her coaching career in 2003 as an assistant coach at Boston College, helping the Eagles to one of their most successful seasons in school history. During her lone season, Boston College won its first Big East title and received a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament, advancing to the Mideast Regional semifinals. A four-year letterwinner at Stanford, Smith earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in civil and environmental engineering from the school. The St. Louis, Mo., native was a two-time recipient of the Coaches' Award (1994, 1997) and was named the team's Most Improved Player in 1995.

Kai Felton
Assistant Coach

Kai Felton

Kai Felton enters her fifth season with California women’s basketball in 2015-16. In her five seasons with the Golden Bears, Felton has been instrumental in the development of...

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Kai Felton enters her fifth season with California women’s basketball in 2015-16.

In her five seasons with the Golden Bears, Felton has been instrumental in the development of Cal’s guards, including WNBA draft first-round picks Layshia Clarendon (2013) and Brittany Boyd (2015). Felton has been a member of head coach Lindsay Gottlieb’s staff since Gottlieb’s first season with the Bears, helping Cal to its historic Final Four run in 2013 and four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances.

Felton came to Cal after spending the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons with the Oregon Ducks. During her time at Oregon, the Ducks were transformed into one of the most potent offenses in the nation, averaging 81.4 points per game in 2009-10. The Ducks earned a spot in the postseason for just the second time in the last nine years in 2009-10, advancing to the third round of the WNIT.

Prior to her time in Eugene, Felton spent five years as an assistant coach at the University of Southern California. She had a hand in recruiting seven McDonald's All-Americans in her five years with the Women of Troy, including the nation's top recruiting class according to USA Today and the All-Star Girls Report in 2006. That class included the 2006 co-National Player of the Year, Jacki Gemelos.

During her five seasons at USC, the Women of Troy compiled a 90-64 record and finished in the top half of the conference in each of those seasons. USC advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament twice (2005 & 2006) and most recently played in the Pac-10 Tournament championship game for the first time in program history.

Before joining USC, Felton spent one season at Pepperdine University, helping the Waves earn an invitation to the WNIT with a 17-12 record.

Felton also served as a volunteer assistant coach at California Polytechnic University, Pomona (2002-03) and worked as an assistant coach (2000-02) at Springfield College (Springfield, Mass.) At Springfield, Felton was with the Pride as the program advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 2002 NCAA Division III Women's basketball Tournament. Springfield compiled a 49-9 record and claimed two NEWMAC conference championships during her time on the coaching staff, while helping develop conference players of the year in Kelly Thompson (2001) and Becky Kanupka (2002).

As a player, Felton was a standout guard at Randolph College (formerly known as Randolph-Macon Woman’s College) in Lynchburg, Va. During her four years, she set nine school records, including most career three-pointers (216), most three-pointers in a season (66) and most career assists (325). She finished her career ranked No. 3 on the school's all-time scoring list with 1,147 points.

She earned her bachelor's degree in biology in 2000 from Randolph and later attained her master's in physical education/athletic administration from Springfield in 2002.

Jeff Cammon
Assistant Coach

Jeff Cammon

Jeff Cammon enters his second season as an assistant coach at California in the 2015-16 season. Camon came to Cal after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant with the Long...

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Jeff Cammon enters his second season as an assistant coach at California in the 2015-16 season.

Camon came to Cal after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant with the Long Beach State women’s basketball program. He attended the prestigious Villa 7 Consortium at Nike’s World Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., in May, the same invite-only convention that current California assistant Charmin Smith and Kai Felton attended.

At Long Beach State, Cammon helped lead the program to five consecutive Big West Tournament berths. In 2012-13, the  49’ers also earned an at-large bid to the WNIT, marking the program's first national postseason tournament game in 13 years.

In 2011-12, LBSU advanced to the Big West Tournament championship game after defeating No. 2 seed Cal State Northridge and top-seeded Cal Poly. It was the first time in 11 years that the Black & Gold reached the finals.

In 2009-10, Cammon helped the 49ers to a fourth-place finish in conference play and an appearance in the quarterfinals of the Big West Tournament. LBSU posted its first winning record in league play since 2005-06 with a 9-7 mark. Long Beach State returned to the Big West Tournament in 2010-11 after finishing sixth in the conference.

Cammon re-entered the collegiate coaching ranks after spending two years as the head girls' varsity basketball coach at Bishop Alemany High School, where he also taught history. Prior to that, Cammon had served as an assistant men's basketball coach at Kentucky Wesleyan College, Chaffey Community College and Alcorn State University.

As a student-athlete, Cammon was a three-year starting point guard and two-time team captain at Alcorn State. He helped lead the Braves to three conference championships and an NCAA Tournament berth in 2001-02.

Cammon earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Alcorn State in 2003 and a Masters of Education in Physical Education from his alma mater in 2005. 

Jill Culbertson
Staff

Jill Culbertson

Jill Culbertson enters her third season as the Director of Basketball Operations in 2015-16 after a successful career in various roles in the WNBA.  Culbertson, a 2008 graduate of...

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Jill Culbertson enters her third season as the Director of Basketball Operations in 2015-16 after a successful career in various roles in the WNBA. 

Culbertson, a 2008 graduate of Cal Poly, most recently spent two years as the Assistant General Manager of the New York Liberty from 2010-12 where she was responsible for the daily operations under the direction of head coach John Whisenant, including team logistics, travel, scheduling and managing of budgets.

The Sacramento native has also spent time in various capacities with the Sacramento Monarchs from 2001-09, finishing as the Manager of Basketball Operations from 2007-09.

“Running an organization at the highest level necessitates that we surround ourselves with the most talented and dedicated people and empower them to contribute to the overall success,” Gottlieb said. “That being said, I’m happy to welcome Jill Culbertson to the Cal women’s basketball family. Jill has extensive experience with the WNBA, and her responsibilities were great because of her wide range of capabilities. Our Director of Operations has a huge impact on the efficient, progressive and innovative manner in which we operate. I have no doubt Jill’s contributions will allow us to continue in our quest to be one of the nation’s most elite women’s basketball programs."

Camp Details

2016 CAMP SESSIONS

Bear For A Day: June 11th. Ages 12-18/Entering Grades 7-12.
Jam Fest (Team Camp): June 12th. Open to JV, Varsity, and Club Teams.
Cal Kids Camp: June 27th-30th. Ages 7-16/Entering Grades 2-11. 

Click the "More Details" button below for detailed camp descriptions and information on camp hours, facilities, camper evaluation, and registration.

More Important Camp Details

Bear For A Day: June 11 (Ages 12-18/Entering Grades 7-12)

Camp Location: Haas Pavilion: 115 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA 94720.
Camp Hours: 10AM-5PM
Camp Meals: Lunch will be provided.

Bear for a Day is our most intensive Cal Girls Basketball Camp geared toward the most serious basketball players. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the day. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability. Campers will receive a Nike Camp T-Shirt!

 

Jam Fest/Team Camp: June 12 (Junior Varsity, Varsity, and Club Teams)

Camp Location: Recreational Sports Facility (RSF): 2301 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94720.
Camp Hours: 9AM-10PM
Camp Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch.

One day team camp for high school varsity, junior varsity and club teams. Four game guarantee and certified officials. First come, first serve basis. Make sure to register your team before the slots are filled! Each Team Coach will register for his/her team. Coaches registering 2+ teams are eligible for a discounted price. Please contact US Sports Camps at 1-800-645-3226 to register multiple teams. Each coach will be asked to fill out a team registration form and each team member must complete and bring health forms to camp. These forms will be emailed to the coaches upon completion of registration. 

 

Cal Kids Camp: June 27-30 (Ages 7-16/Entering Grades 2-11)

Camp Location: Haas Pavilion: 115 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA 94720.
Camp Hours: MON-THURS 9AM-4PM. Extended Care Available from 4PM-5PM (see details below).
Camp Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch.

Designed for young girls who want to learn the fundamentals in a fun envrionment. Our staff and players will teach shooting, passing, ball handling and team play to girls, ages 7-16. Normal camp will run from 9am-4pm. Extended Care available from 4-5pm for an additional fee of $50 (for all 4 days). 

 

Transportation

Transportation is not provided by the camp to or from any airports. If you are flying to or from camp, we recommend using an airport shuttle service. Please schedule flights as close as you can to the check-in times on the first day and check-out times on the last day.

Registration Packet

A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact numbers, and a checklist of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. The US Sports Camps health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp. 

Scholarships

We cannot offer scholarships due to NCAA regulations. Our affiliation with NCAA coaches and schools puts us in a position where any scholarship money can be seen as an inducement to a future collegiate athlete. This puts our coaches and our host universities in jeopardy of damaging their status with the NCAA and incurring penalties at the hands of their organizing body.

Group Discounts

If five or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $20 discount. If 10 or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $40 discount. Teams can register online or via mail/fax.

  • To register your team online: Please have a team contact reach out directly to the USSC office at 1-800-645-3226 to receive a discount code to identify your group. Campers may then register individually through the website at their convenience and apply the coupon code during check-out.
  • To register your team via mail/fax: Click "Get Brochure" above and print the application. All applications must be received at the same time via mail or fax. If all members of your group pay with a Visa or MasterCard, feel free to fax your applications to 415-479-6061 to expedite processing.

*Please note, this information is subject to change.

Facilities

Bear For A Day and Cal Kids Camp campers will utilize Cal Berkeley's Haas Pavilion for basketball instruction. The newly renovated Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion is home to the University of California Golden Bears men's and women's basketball, women's volleyball, and men's and women's gymnastics teams. Haas Pavilion is located at 115 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA 94720.

Jam Fest campers will utilize Cal Berkeley's Recreational Sports Facility (RSF) located at 2301 Bancroft Way between Dana Street and Ellsworth Street in Berkeley, CA 94720. The Recreational Sports Facility (RSF) is the University’s largest, most complete fitness center with over 100,000 square feet of activity space, including an Olympic-sized swimming pool, 3 weight rooms, seven basketball courts, seven racquetball/handball courts, six squash courts, treadmills, elliptical trainers, stairmasters, rowing machines and stationary bikes. Additionally, there is space reserved for volleyball, badminton, group exercise classes, martial arts, and table tennis. 

Sample Daily Schedule

  • 10:00 AM Welcome
  • 10:15 AM Dynamic Warm-up
  • 10:30 AM Demo Cal Transition Series
  • 10:40 AM Transition Series
  • 11:05 AM Team Practice - Learn and Run Cal’s Offenses
  • 11:30 AM Game Time
  • 12:15 PM Lunch
  • 1:00 PM Demo Cal Guard/Post Breakdowns
  • 1:10 PM Guard/Post Breakdowns
  • 1:45 PM Basketball Discussion and Film Session
  • 2:15 PM Warm-up
  • 3:00 PM 3-on-3 Tournament
  • 3:45 PM Skill Breakdown Drills and Competitions - Defense, Passing and Shooting
  • 4:30 PM Game Time
  • 4:45 PM Awards and Closing
  • 5:00 PM Departure

Camper Reviews

Sylvia G.Parent

  • 5/5.
Great Experience for us!

UC Berkeley, CA hosted a camp named "Bear for the Day" What a wonderful experience for the girls and parents! UC Berkely's Head Coach, Director, Cal Bear Women Players, staff and facilities were beyond our expectations! My daughter had a blast and has not stopped talking about it more than a week later! She loved the interaction with the actual Cal Women team members, playing on the courts with girls from all different ages and areas and touring the campus and having a "awesome" dinner on campus. Great Experience for us!

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Phuong N.Parent

  • 5/5.
WE LOVE THE CAL BERKELEY GIRLS.

THE STAFF- THEY ARE AMAZING! CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THEM AGAIN NEXT SUMMER!!!! WE LOVE THE CAL BERKELEY GIRLS. MY DAUGHTER LOVES GABBY AND COURTNEY (HER FAVORITE COACHES)!!!!!!!!!!!! THANKS AGAIN FOR THE WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE. WE WILL SEE YOU ALL NEXT YEAR!!!!!!!!

Margaret R.Camper

  • 5/5.
It gave me new inspiration and love for the sport.

I loved that the UC Berekely basketball players, both from previous teams to the current team, attended and helped give guidance to future players. It gave me new inspiration and love for the sport. I also liked how it allowed parents and coaches to come watch and observe to be a part of the adventure. Thank you so much for this awesome experience, I can't wait to tell my coach and friends all about this awesome camp and my adventure.

Jewell P.Camper

  • 5/5.
Our coaches pushed us to become better ball players.

Some of my memorable experiences were when our coaches talked to us and pushed us to become better ball players they told us their stories and let us know everyone makes mistakes so stop beating yourself up if you make one little mistake.

Brian B.Parent

  • 4/5.
Terrific coaching!

Cal players and coaches all terrific. My daughter is still talking about them.

Nettie A.Parent

  • 5/5.
Great job to the coaches!

I would say great job to the coaches! Also, as a mother I absolutely loved that one of the coaches had her kids there and that all the other coaches worked together to watch them. It made me see that they are close and see each other as a family which is what I want my girls to understand your team will eventually be. The girls favorite part was interacting with the coaches and the older daughter likes to compete and play games as well so that was her favorite too.

Loretta R.Parent

  • 4/5.
This camp created a spark in my daughter.

This camp created a needed spark that has been overdue in my daughter. I watched her perform at a level she hasn't displayed in over a year. Thank you for the opportunity.

Brian D.Parent

  • 5/5.
I loved the way the players engaged the kids.

I loved the way the players engaged the kids. My daughter has asked me at least 10 times to get her on a basketball team and given me a deadline for doing it. I just hope she doesn't quit playing tennis!

Caren H.Parent

  • 5/5.
This camp inspired my daughter.

Inspired my daughter to practice the skill drills she learned at camp. She has been out to practice every other day and says she wants to be a basketball player!

Derriona M.Camper

  • 4/5.
Thank you all!

Had fun, coaches really taught me some things I didn't know. Thank you all!
 

Savannah C.Parent

  • 5/5.
The whole day inspired me.

I think my favorite part of the camp was actually putting on the player jerseys and having a mini photo shoot. The whole day inspired me to continue to pursue basketball with excellence so that I can be a mentor like these women were for me that day!

Caren H.Parent

  • 5/5.
My daughter says she wants to be a basketball player!

Inspired my daughter to practice the skill drills she learned at camp. She has been out to practice every other day and says she wants to be a basketball player!

Loretta L.Parent

  • 4/5.
This camp created a needed spark.

The Bear for a Day Camp created a needed spark that has been overdue in my daughter. I watched her perform at a level she hasn't displayed in over a year. Thank you for the opportunity. The tour of the campus was completely unexpected and yet needed. I stingily support higher education and have discussed the possibility of touring various campuses. This was on time with the discussions taking place at home. Thank you!

Jordan V.Camper

  • 4/5.
My favorite part of the camp was when we were able to watch film with the head coach.

My favorite part of the Bear for a Day Camp was when we were able to watch film with the head coach. I also enjoyed talking to the camp staff and players and asking them questions on how they became a Cal Bear. Lastly, I thought the strength and conditioning part was really good.

Ursula J.Parent

  • 4/5.
She was so happy to meet real basketball players.

My daughter was not aware the coaches were members of the Cal B-ball team. She was so happy to meet real basketball players as she put it. She hung the poster on her wall in her bedroom.

  • 5/5.
Inspiring and motivational.

It was so awesome, inspiring and motivational to be coached by actual girls from the Cal Berkeley team-so cool! It was just so much fun! and I could really be me here.

  • 5/5.
My favorite part of camp was being taught by UC Cal Players.

My favorite part of camp was being taught by UC Cal Players (Girls) who worked out, talked, taught and made it fun. Learning about the new rules for academics. Drills, chants..... and playing 3on3 and games!

Jodi N.Parent

  • 5/5.
The facility and staff were amazing!

June 14, 2016: My two girls absolutely loved every part of the day. The staff was so friendly and that made them feel very comfortable. They definitely improved on their basketball skills. This camp was good for all skill levels. I would definitely recommend and hope to be able to send my girls again next year. I loved seeing the smiles on my girls' faces at the end of the day .Cant say enough good things! The coaches pushed and encouraged the kids, but ultimately made them feel good about themselves. Definitely promoted a love for the game! 

Camp Dates & Prices

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