Dates: July 24–28, 2023
Time: 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Ages: Rising 6th–10th grade girls
This is a full day camp designed to strengthen the all-around game of basketball players at every level. Each day will consist of skill instruction, structured live play, and classroom sessions geared toward developing the skills necessary to take your game to the next level. The off-season is about self-improvement and taking the time to focus on physical and mental development. This camp will cover the physical through skill development and the mental through classroom sessions focusing on performance nutrition, goal-setting, and athlete responsibility. Participants will return to their programs in the fall with improved skills and a greater sense of what it means to lead both on and off the court. Athletes must wear appropriate clothing and shoes.
- Participants should provide their own lunch (that does not need to be refrigerated) and a water bottle.
- We do not offer before or after care for summer camps.
Brooke Wilson is a DMV resident who split her high school career between Sidwell Friends School and Eleanor Roosevelt High School where she competed as a three-sport athlete in volleyball, basketball, and track and field. Locally, she was the volleyball player of the year in Prince George's County and was a two-time first team all-Met selection and two-time state champion in basketball her junior and senior seasons. She went on to play basketball at the George Washington University finishing with an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice, a graduate certificate in Leadership Development, and a master’s degree in Education and Human Development. She has been working as a physical education teacher and coach at Maret since 2015.