2019 Hopkins Girls Basketball Camp
Dates & Times:
June 10th - June 20th
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
$165 - All campers will receive a camp t-shirt
That less than $6.15 per hour for instruction and supervision from licensed educators and the hardest working high school coaching staff and players in the state. You won’t find a better deal than that at any other camp!
Hopkins North Junior High School
10700 Cedar Lake Rd, MTKA, MN 55305
Grades 1st through 11th (2018-19 School Year)
Head Coach Brian Cosgriff, Hopkins assistant coaches, along with current and former Hopkins High School basketball players.
Rest assured, your child will be coached. We are committed to instructing and helping young people, and you have our word that we will offer individual attention and instruction to every camper.
Notes from Coach Cosgriff
Time is precious and we know you are faced with a wide variety of options during the summer. That is why the Hopkins Girls Basketball Camp is committed to providing the absolute best possible fundamental basketball instruction in the state of Minnesota.
At Hopkins, we emphasize the fundamental skills essential for all young girls basketball players, and offer instruction by a coaching staff made up of professional educators who, combined, have more than 75 years of experience teaching and coaching.
Hopkins basketball is the gold standard in the state of Minnesota. The Royals have captured seven class AAAA state basketball championships in the past 13 years, and have sent over 25 players on to compete at the college level. All of these young women participated in the Hopkins basketball camp as youngsters, and your daughter will receive the same quality instruction.
We love the game. We love helping young people, and we are eager to work with your daughter this summer! Continuing Last Year’s Successful New Format! This year’s camp will combine our fundamental coaching and five-on-five league every day. We will emphasize fundamental passing, ball handling, and shooting throughout the morning, and then will divide the players into equal teams for five-on-five games to end each session. Drills and skills will be taught and practiced, with skills contests and prizes for campers. League games will be timed, scored, and refereed and an end of session tournament will determine our summer league champion.