Nike Basketball Camp Regis University
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Join RU Head Coach Brady Bergeson and staff in summer 2019 for a week of collegiate-style basketball training and off-court activities to help improve your child's overall skills. Ideally located in the heart of Denver, this camp is geared to help campers, ages 8-15, improve their skills and confidence in a fun and competitive environment.
The Complete Skills Camp helps players of all abilities develop athletically, refine fundamental basketball skills and enhance their skill set at the post, wing or guard position.
- Emphasis on fundamental development, team play and basketball IQ
- Off-court activities and discussions to enhance on-court game
- Receive a Nike Basketball Camp t-shirt and other prizes!
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Camp Director Brady Bergeson
Brady Bergeson enters his fourth year as the head men’s basketball coach at Regis University in 2018-19. In just three years, Bergeson has already made a mark on the program and within the conference. Bergeson compiled 27 wins in 2017-18, the second most wins in a single season in program history.View Brady's Bio ⟩
In the 2017-2018 season the Rangers ended with an overall record of 27-6 and 17-5 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, they also claimed their first-ever RMAC Tournament Championship in program history to nab the number three seed in the South Central Region of the NCAA Tournament.
Bergeson then led RU to an 87-82 win over Dallas Baptist in the Quarterfinals of the NCAA South Central Regional Tournament, earning their first win in the NCAA Tournament since the 1995-96 season.
Senior forward, Dexter Sienko, was named to the D2CCA All-South Central Region Second Team. He also earned RMAC Defensive Player of the Year and a spot on the All-RMAC First Team. Junior Jarrett Brodbeck and sophomore Christian Little were named the the All-RMAC Second Team while senior Ty McGee garnered All-RMAC Honorable Mention.
In 2016-17, Bergeson guided the Rangers to their first 20-win season since 1997-98 and first RMAC Tournament bid in nine years. Regis drew a No. 4 seed earning rights to host the first round, which was the first time since 1997-98. RU fell in a battle against cross-town rival MSU Denver 80-73.
Freshman point guard, Christian Little, earned RMAC Co-Freshman of the Year honors while two others were named All-RMAC First Team.
His first year at Regis saw the team compete hard in the RMAC. The team earned a 9-19 record overall, including a 7-15 record inside the conference, marking the most wins in a season since the 2012-13 season. Freshman Jarrett Brodbeck was named the RMAC Freshman of the Year after a stellar first year as a Ranger. Brodeck and sophomore Dexter Sienko were both named to the All-RMAC Second Team in 2015-16.
Bergeson began his duties on April 1, 2015, becoming the tenth head coach of the Ranger men’s basketball program; he is the successor to long-time head coach, Lonnie Porter.
A native of Longview, Wash., Bergeson has served as the head men’s basketball coach at Western Oregon University since 2011. During his four seasons at WOU, Bergeson experienced unprecedented success compiling an overall record of 69-45 (.663). In the school's NCAA Division II history, Bergeson and staff produced three of the program's best seasons in just four years.
In his first year at Western Oregon, Bergeson led the team to an 18-10 overall record, the highest win total since the 1996-97 season. He also finished fourth in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC), the highest in finish school history.
Following a successful rookie year for the Wolves, Bergeson worked to develop a young squad to ten wins while remaining competitive throughout the 2012-13 season.
The 2013-14 team tallied 18 wins and earned the program’s first postseason victory since joining the NCAA Division II after upsetting Alaska Anchorage in the first round of the GNAC Tournament.
By far his most successful season at WOU was the most recent year of 2014-15. Bergeson captured the program’s first ever GNAC regular season title and made the Wolves’ first ever NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance. Bergeson led a very experienced squad of ten upperclassmen to post an overall record of 23-7 with a GNAC record of 15-3. The Wolves season came to an end in the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament after falling to west region No.1 seed Azusa Pacific University.
During his tenure at Western Oregon eight student-athletes were named all-conference with Andy Avgi earning the program’s first Daktronics First Team All-Region honor. In 2014-15, Avgi was awarded the GNAC Player of the Year and Bergeson earned his first GNAC Coach of the Year honor.
Before leading WOU, Bergeson served as an assistant coach for three seasons at Division I Sacramento State. While there his duties included recruitment and serving as the team’s offensive coordinator. Other duties included regularly assisting with guard development, scouting, and academic development.
Bergeson joins the Regis staff with prior knowledge of the competitive Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference as he served as an assistant coach at Metro State in Denver, Colo. for six seasons prior to his move to Sacramento State. During his time at Metro State, the Roadrunners compiled an overall record of 157-38 and a conference mark of 93-21. Each of the years he coached at Metro St. the team won a minimum of 19 games (2002-08) with the 2003-04 team making a NCAA Division II Final Four appearance.
Bergeson will take over a Ranger program that will return 11 lettermen from the 2014-15 season including nine players who started in at least one game.
Named the team’s captain and school’s student-athlete of the year during his senior year, Bergeson played four years of college basketball at Chapman University in Orange, California. While at Chapman, he served as the team’s point guard posting an overall record of 66-34.
In 2007 Bergeson earned his master’s in negotiation, conflict-resolution, and peace-building from Cal State Dominquez Hills. He graduated from Chapman with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
Brady and his wife Brooke have two children, Dash and Pilot.
Assistant Coach Scott Clark
Scott Clark enters his first season as the assistant men's basketball coach at Regis University in 2018-19. A talented coach with California Collegiate Athletic Association playing experience, Clark spent the last two seasons with the Cal State LA men’s basketball program as an assistant coach under the direction of head coach, Jim Saia. His main responsibilities included recruiting, scouting, player development and overall day-to-day operations.View Scott's Bio ⟩
Clark was on a pair of championship teams at Humboldt State before beginning his coaching career at California Baptist.
As a coach, Clark helped the Golden Eagles qualify for the CCAA Championship Tournament in 2016-17, compiling an overall record of 14-16, which marked a three-game improvement from the previous season.
Clark got his coaching career off to a successful start with two seasons as an assistant coach at California Baptist. He worked with head coach Rick Croy as the Lancers posted a 54-14 record while he was there. The Lancers reached the NCAA Division II Sweet 16 in the 2014-15 season and won the PacWest Conference Tournament Championship and reached the NCAA Tournament in 2015-16.
His responsibilities included player development, scouting and recruiting and he was the summer youth camp director.
Prior to attending Humboldt State, Clark played for two years for head coach John Peterson at Ohlone College in Fremont. He was part of two championship teams.
He grew up in Pleasanton, Ca and attended Foothill High School.
Clark, who is the son of a high-school basketball coach, completed his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at Humboldt State and his Masters in Sports Management at California Baptist.
Scott and his wife, Taylor, reside in Denver.
JULY 29-August 2, 2019
Check-in: Monday at 8:30am
Closing Ceremony: Friday at 11:30am
Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch.
Daily Hours: MON-THURS 9am-4pm FRI 9am-12pm
*Due to summer construction, camp is limited to only 40 participants this year. Sign-up early to ensure your spot!Show Less See More Camp Details
Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability. Parents are invited to attend the closing ceremony! Departure immediately following.
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.
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. The State of Massachusetts requires a copy of camp participants’ most recent physical and record of immunizations, shots, etc., in addition to the US Sports Camps health and release form.
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.
*Please note, this information is subject to change.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 AM Campers Arrive/Free Shoot
- 9:10 AM Stretch/Floor Length Open Up
- 9:30 AM Skill Development Work
- 11:10 AM Contests
- 11:40 AM 5 on 5 League Games
- 12:20 PM Lunch
- 1:00 PM Living by Numbers Individual Skill Development
- 1:40 PM Video/Speaker/Speed and Agility
- 2:30 PM 3 on 3 League Games
- 3:00 PM Individual Drills
- 4:00 PM Campers Depart
The Regis Fieldhouse was built in 1960 and currently seats 1,800 spectators. The Fieldhouse features locker rooms, the athletic training facilities, a racquetball court and is the home for the volleyball and men's and women's basketball teams as well as the Newland Center. All the Athletic Department's administrative offices are located in the fieldhouse. There have been numerous conference and regional tournament games played within the walls of the fieldhouse.
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Appreciated the thoughtful written feedback!
August 6, 2018: My son talked about how useful he thought the drills were, and we appreciated the thoughtful written feedback that Robby provided at the end. Very insightful. Thank you.
— KariAnne C. Parent
Couldn't be more impressed with the coaching staff!
July 28, 2018: Noah absolutely loved your basketball camp. He was excited each day and kept indicating how much he was learning. Noah said he'll never watch basketball the same way after being trained on how to analyze and review footage. Couldn't be more impressed with the coaching staff and attentiveness to each child. The fact that my son got a handwritten evaluation covering multiple aspects of his game was beyond impressive.
— Kiley E. Parent
Coach Ty is awesome!
July 28, 2018: From my son “Coach Ty is Awesome!” The coaches really made the camp a positive experience for all the kids. We are planning to attend next year!!
— Julie J. Parent