Nike Girls Basketball Camp at Stony Brook University
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Head to Stony Brook, New York during summer 2023 and train with Head Women's Basketball Coach Ashley Langford, and staff! Learn new skills, make long-lasting friendships, and enhance your overall game through a mix of collegiate-style drills, scrimmages, and team games in a fun and encouraging environment.
The Day Camp helps players of all abilities develop athletically, refine fundamental basketball skills, and enhance their skill set at the post, wing, or guard position.
The Elite Camp provides aspiring Division I basketball players a sense of how an NCAA Division I program works and what is involved in being a D-1 student-athlete. It will feature high-intensity skill development and games, and will also have presentations for the campers on various aspects of college basketball life. Strength and conditioning, scouts, and academics will be presented to the campers. This camp will give serious basketball players a good understanding of the commitment required to play Division I college basketball.
- Emphasis on fundamental development, team play and basketball IQ
- Off-court discussions and activities to enhance on-court game
- Receive a Nike Basketball Camp t-shirt and other prizes!
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Head Coach Ashley Langford
Ashley Langford was appointed the 10th head coach in Stony Brook women’s basketball history on April 28, 2021. In her first season on Long Island, she led the Seawolves to a 23-6, 14-4 record. The 23 wins were tied for the fourth-most in a season in program history and were the most by a first-year head coach in program history.View Ashley's Bio ⟩
Langford guided the Seawolves to an at-large berth into the WNIT, which marked its sixth appearance in a national postseason tournament and third in the WNIT during the program’s Division I era.
In her first season at the helm, Stony Brook picked up marquee wins over two Power Five opponents in Rutgers (53-44 on Nov. 16) and Washington State (69-62 on Dec. 19). The wins were the third and fourth over Power Five opponents in program history and it was the first time that the Seawolves beat two Power Five opponents in the same season.
The Seawolves earned votes in WBCA Top 25 and were ranked as high as No. 7 in the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 during the stellar 2021-22 campaign.
Under Langford’s tutelage, Stony Brook’s offensive output increased by nearly nine points per game and the team had four student-athletes scoring in double figures and seven student-athletes increased their scoring from a season ago.
Langford had a pair of student-athletes earn All-Conference honors in her first season as India Pagan and Anastasia Warren took home All-Conference recognition. Warren claimed All-Conference First Team honors, while Pagan was tabbed to the All-Conference Second Team and All-Academic Team. Both Pagan (Second Team) and Warren (Third Team) were also recognized by the Met Basketball Writers Association (MBWA).
In March, Langford was selected to the Advancement of Blacks In Sports (ABIS) Mid-Major Head Coaches Watch List. She was one of 11 women’s basketball head coaches in the nation to be tabbed to the Watch List.
In addition to their tremendous success on the court, Stony Brook also made strides in the classroom. The team accomplished an overall GPA of 3.185 for the 2021-22 academic year and received WBCA Academic Top 25 Special Mention.
Before coming to Long Island, Langford spent four seasons at James Madison. While at JMU, Langford helped lead a team that produced a 91-31 overall and 58-11 conference record as well as three CAA regular season titles.
Prior to the 2020-21 season at JMU, Langford was elevated from assistant coach to associate head coach. Langford recruited and coached 14 CAA All-Conference selections, one Player of the Year, two Rookies of the Year, one two-time Defensive Player of the Year, and the 28thoverall pick in the 2020 WNBA draft.
Over the course of her coaching career, she has coached two WNBA Draft picks, 10 players playing professionally overseas, one Olympian, and three players competing for Puerto Rican Jr. National Team.
She also has served as an assistant coach at Old Dominion, Navy, Bucknell, and Denver.
Langford earned a bachelor’s degree in management and marketing from Tulane in 2009 and an MBA from Auburn in 2011.
Before her coaching career began, Langford was a standout point guard at Tulane from 2005-09. She remains the Green Wave’s career leader in assists (722) and assists per game (6.0). She graduated as the program’s leader in games started (119) and minutes played (4,162), and currently ranks second in those categories.
She was Conference USA’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior in addition to a three-time All-Conference selection. Langford was a member of C-USA’s All-Freshman Team in 2006.
Langford scored 1,047 points during her collegiate career and was inducted into the school’s athletics Hall of Fame in 2018.
Assistant Coach Shireyll Moore
Shireyll Moore joined Ashley Langford’s staff as an assistant coach & recruiting coordinator prior to the 2021-22 season. Moore brought over a decade of experience to Langford’s staff as she served as a women’s basketball assistant coach at Fairfield University for three seasons before coming to Long Island. While at Fairfield, Moore coached the post players, spearheaded recruiting initiatives, was the camp director, and worked closely with the program’s alumni base to boost engagement.View Shireyll's Bio ⟩
In 2020-21, Moore helped lead the Stags to the No. 4 seed in the MAAC Tournament and an appearance in the semifinals. Over the course of her tenure at Fairfield, she coached five All-MAAC players including two-time All-MAAC First Team honoree Lou Lopez-Senechal and the 2020-21 MAAC Sixth Player of the Year Andrea Hernangomez.
Before her time as an assistant at Fairfield, Moore coached at Howard University, the University of New Haven, and Lafayette College. While at Howard, Moore coached Te’Shya Heslip who went on to be named the 2016 MEAC Player of the Year under her tutelage.
Moore spent the 2014-15 season at New Haven where she helped guide the Chargers to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight for the first time in nearly 30 years. That season, New Haven won 26 games and 16 of those wins came in Northeast-10 Conference play. The 16-conference wins were a school record.
Her first coaching role came at Lafayette where she spent three seasons. Moore was a member of the women’s basketball team at Fairfield during her collegiate career. Upon her graduation in 2009, she ranked fifth all-time in games played with 117. During her senior season, she tallied career-highs in points (236), assists (48), and steals (22).
Assistant Coach TJ Sawyer
TJ Sawyer joined coach Langford’s staff after serving as an assistant coach at Vermont from 2018-22.View TJ's Bio ⟩
In 2021-22, Vermont went 20-11, 13-5 America East and a made trip to the conference semifinals with Sawyer on staff. Coach Sawyer helped lead the team to its first 20-win season since the 2009-10 campaign.
Before his stint on staff at Vermont, Sawyer coached basketball in the Burlington, Vt. area since 2009 and joined the Catamounts after two years as the girls’ varsity coach at South Burlington High School. In his final season at South Burlington, the team posted a record of 15-7 and finished fourth in the entire state in Division I.
Sawyer previously served three years as an assistant coach at St. Michael’s College and was the varsity coach at Colchester High School from 2009-13.
Assistant Coach Steve Pogue
Steve Pogue joined Ashley Langford’s staff as an assistant coach prior to the 2022-2023 season. Prior to joining the Seawolves he was an assistant coach at East Carolina University for 3 seasons. While at East Carolina Pogue was responsible for post player skill development along with recruiting, and scouting duties. Prior to East Carolina Pogue was an assistant coach at the University of Hartford where they went to back to back America East Championship games
Elite Camp I (Ages 14-18): June 25
Day Camp (Ages 8-14): June 26-29
Elite Camp II (Ages 14-18): August 5
Check-in: Monday at 8:30am
Closing Ceremony: Thursday at 2:30pm
Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch.
Daily Hours: MON-THURS 9AM-3PM
Check-in: Saturday OR Sunday at 8:30am
Closing Ceremony: Saturday OR Sunday at 1:30pm
Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch.
Daily Hours: SAT OR SUN 9AM-2PM
*A discount is offered for enrolling multiple children from the same family. $45 off per child. Please call us at 1-800-645-3226 if you are eligible for this discount. Please note, the sibling discount only applies to the Day Camp.
To view your customer account, complete your mandatory forms, pay balance dues, and review important camp information, visit Pre-Camp Checklist. All necessary camp information is on this page. If there are any imperative changes prior to camp start, registered campers will be notified via email and this webpage will be updated!
Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment, and personal items. US Sports Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles or money.
● Athletic, on-court clothing
● Athletic shoes
● Water bottle
● Packed lunch and snacks
● Small gym bag/backpack
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.
Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital.
For information regarding our cancellation policy and all other company policies, please visit USSC Policies.
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.
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*Please note, this information is subject to change.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 AM Camp meeting, discuss agenda for the day
- 9:15 AM Offensive/defensive skill stations
- 10:30 AM Lecture/technique demonstrations
- 11:00 AM Games/contests/shooting
- 12:00 PM Lunch/games
- 1:00 PM Offensive sets discussion
- 1:30 PM Team practice
- 2:15 PM Offensive/defensive skill stations
- 3:00 PM Departure
Island Federal Credit Union Arena, the new 4,000-seat home of Stony Brook's men's and women's basketball teams, officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct. 3, 2014. The ceremony represented the completion of a two-year, $21.1 million renovation of the facility, which originally opened in 1990.
The new Arena features modern arena video technology, including videoboards on both ends of the court, four luxury suites and a VIP lounge all with loge seating, an expanded concourse with new concession and restroom areas and an enhanced competition court and improved practice courts.
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One of the most fun experiences she ever had
August 4, 2019: Maya has been playing basketball for a few years now and this is one of the most fun experiences she ever had. She gained a lot of confidence and was very encouraged to continue to play basketball at a high level. Thank you for the opportunity and inspiration!
— Rashid K., Parent
She will definitely be back again next year!
August 3, 2019: This is her second year attending camp and she loves it. We wish they had a two-week program, but she will definitely be back again next year! Have a great summer!
— Judith S., Parent
So glad she attended this camp
August 3, 2019: Sadie really enjoyed her week! She is so sad because she will be too old next summer. I will look at Nike Basketball overnight camps for her in the future. So glad she attended this camp because she learned so much! Thank you!
— Libby L., Parent
Very Positive Atmosphere!
July 5, 2018: My daughter had an incredible experience at this camp! There is a very positive atmosphere and the coaches did an outstanding job running this camp. Thank you!
— Michael R., Parent
She loved every minute!
July 2, 2018: My daughter thought working with the players was a great help. She loved every minute!
— Lou D., Parent
My child really improved!
July 1, 2018: I loved how the basketball players of the team were the coaches. They taught the students what to do and it really helped! My child really improved.
— Anthony P., Parent
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Last year over 650 Sports Camps sold out, leaving 7,000+ campers on the waitlist. Due to high demand, early registration for our first-come-first-serve camps is strongly recommended.