Nike Girls Basketball Camp University of Maryland Eastern Shore
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Receive collegiate-style instruction and hone in on your position skills at The Shore in summer 2019! Head Women's Basketball Coach Fred Batchelor and staff will teach you breakthrough skills and exercises to help advance your game. Located just outside of Salisbury, MD, Eastern Shore offers day and overnight basketball camp options for players of all abilities.
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.
- Daily emphasis on fundamental shooting development, team play and more
- Discussions on basketball situational play, including time and game management
- Receive a Nike Basketball Camp t-shirt and other prizes!
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Camp Director Fred Batchelor
Fred Batchelor enters his 14th season as Women's Basketball Head Coach for the Eastern Shore Hawks. Batchelor is the winningest coach in UMES women's basketball history. Under his leadership, the Hawks have compiled 163 wins while posting .500 or better in the conference nine of the last 13 seasons. His ultimate goal is to lead Maryland Eastern Shore to the NCAA tournament by building a program that exemplifies high character, exceptional talent and a diligent work ethic.View Fred's Bio ⟩
During the 2016-17 season, Batchelor's bunch finished 13-16 (6-10 MEAC) overall and placed eleventh in league play. Before the season, he witnessed Moengaroa Subritzky collect Preseason All-MEAC First Team honors. In December, Maryland Eastern Shore won the 2016 FAU Holiday Tournament by defeating Saint Francis (Pa.) and Florida Atlantic. Guards Ciani Byrom and Mariah McCoy were named to the All-Tournament Team. In March, the club upsetted in-state rival No. 6 Coppin State in the MEAC Tournament First Round.
Maryland Eastern Shore wrapped up its 2015-16 campaign with a 12-17 (10-6 MEAC) overall record and a sixth-place finish in the MEAC standings. The squad won double-digit victories in conference play for the first time in seven seasons. Furthermore, Coach Batchelor witnessed two student-athletes receive all-conference postseason honors. Moengaroa Subritzky earned All-MEAC First Team honors while freshman Ciani Byrom took a spot on the MEAC All-Rookie Team. Also, he coached the program's all-time shot block leader Alexis Udoji. The Massachusetts-native ended her career with 253 rejections.
In his 2014-15 season, the Hawks reached new heights. The squad finished 14-17 (8-8 MEAC) overall and made the MEAC Finals for the first time in the program's history. Along the way, Coach Batchelor saw three student-athletes earn conference postseason honors. Alexis Udoji received 2014-15 MEAC Defensive Player of the Year and All-MEAC recognition. Guard Jessica Long also made All-MEAC Team and Moengaroa Subritzky was selected to the All-MEAC Rookie Team. Furthermore, he coached the program's all-time leading three-pointer scorer Shawnee Sweeney. Sweeney ended her four-year career with 179 made three-pointers.
Associate Head Coach Sid Raikes
Sidney Raikes enters his first season as associate head coach at Maryland Eastern Shore. Raikes recently completed his first year with Towson University. Prior to that he spent eight seasons at Coppin State University. He was responsible for recruiting, scouting, player development along with practice and game preparation. In his last season at Coppin State, Raikes helped guide the Eagles to the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Championship game while Janelle Lane earned Third Team All-MEAC accolades.View Sid's Bio ⟩
Under Raikes' tutelage Genesis Lucas earned a spot on the MEAC All-Rookie Team during the 2014-15 season while Larrisa Carter was named the MEAC Rookie of the Year in 2011. Coppin State also won the MEAC Championship during Raikes' first season when the Eagles went 20-12.
Prior to his time at Coppin State, Raikes served as an assistant coach for the girls’ basketball team at Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden, New Jersey. He helped Woodrow Wilson win four consecutive Olympic National Conference Championships and three straight South Jersey Group 3 titles. During the 2005 season, Raikes and Woodrow Wilson won a state championship, a New Jersey Tournament of Champions title, a South Jersey Group 3 Championship and an Olympic National Conference Championship, while earning the number one ranking in the state.
Raikes is a graduate of Coppin State, who earned his degree in Criminal Justice in 1995. Raikes was a star on the basketball court for the Eagles. He led Coppin State to a four-year record of 80-39 overall and a 56-8 mark in MEAC play. Coppin State went 47-1 in MEAC action during Raikes final three seasons. The Eagles captured three straight MEAC regular season titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 1993 and the NIT in 1995.
Raikes ranks sixth all-time in scoring at Coppin State with 1,412 career points and is one of only 20 1,000 point scorers in program history. He also ranks second in career history with 233 steals. Raikes earned all-conference honors three times in his career, he was a second team selection in 1993 and a first team pick in 1994 and 1995.
Assistant Coach Casey Morton
Morton enters her second season as an assistant coach for her alma mater. On Nov. 11, 2016, the former Hawk standout returned to Maryland Eastern Shore after an illustrious four-year career in the Maroon & Gray. Morton ended her collegiate career with 1,230 points, which is fourth all-time in the program’s Division I history. The Eastern Shore native also ranks fourth in total assists (296) and total steals (188).View Casey's Bio ⟩
In her freshman year, she won Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Rookie of the Year while earning a spot on the conference’s All-Rookie Team. Morton was selected to the All-MEAC team in her senior year after posting more than 11 points-per-game (PPG).
In high school, she scored over 2,500 career points at Mardela and named conference Player of the Year as a senior. Also, Morton was selected to the Bayside First Team and Warriors’ Most Valuable Player (MVP) all four years while guiding her squad to four consecutive regular season and Bayside Championships in that same time span.
June 27-30, 2019
Overnight Campers Check-in: Thursday between 11am-12pm
Extended Campers Check-in: Thursday at 12pm
All Campers Closing Ceremony: Sunday at 1pm
Housing & Roommates
Campers will reside in the dorms on campus and are assigned by age and roommate request. If you have a roommate request, and have not already given it to us, please do so as soon as possible. Roommate requests are not guaranteed, if you don't have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age. It will be a great opportunity to meet someone new!
Linens: Not provided
Suggested Spending Money: $50
The staff live in the dormitories with the campers and participate in evening activities. Drugs, alcohol and tobacco are strictly prohibited, and constitute, along with general misconduct, grounds for dismissal from camp without a refund.
Extended Day Campers:
On the first day of camp, all extended day campers should arrive dressed and ready to play. Drop off and pick up locations will be given out at registration.
♦ Extended Day Hours are 12pm-9pm.
♦ Dinner is provided.
♦ Extended Day Hours are 9am-9pm.
♦ Lunch and dinner provided.
♦ Extended Day Hours are 9am-1pm.
♦ Lunch is provided.
♦ Check-out immediately follows closing ceremony.
Daily Schedule: THURS 12pm-9pm, FRI-SAT 9am-9pm, SUN 9am-1pm
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.
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
- 7:00 AM Wake-up/Optional Morning Workout
- 7:30 AM Breakfast
- 8:50 AM Extended Day Campers arrive; Stretching and conditioning
- 9:00 AM Ball Handling Skills & Drills
- 9:20 AM Skill Development
- 10:15 AM 1st Set of Games
- 11:15 AM 2nd Set of Games/Film Session
- 12:30 PM Lunch
- 1:40 PM Line-up/Camp Lecture
- 2:15 PM 3rd Set of Games/Film Session
- 4:20 PM Skills Stations/Contests
- 5:30 PM Dinner
- 6:40 PM 4th Set of Games
- 7:30 PM Daily Contests
- 9:00 PM Extended Day Campers depart
- 11:00 PM Lights Out!
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore William P. Hytche Athletic Center was recently renovated and now includes new markings on the basketball court and completely redone locker room facilities for men’s and women’s basketball. The gym has a capacity of 5,500, and the multipurpose surface can be used for different sports, including basketball, cheer and dance, indoor track, futsal, volleyball, wrestling and more.