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Who's Got Next?
An All-Girls Sports & Activity Camp

Leader: Monique Liddell
Dates: June 26–30, 2023
Time: 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Ages: Rising 2nd–5th grade girls
Cost: $400.00
Capacity: 30

“Who’s Got Next” is full-day sports and activity camp designed to provide space for athletes to let loose and be active in a girl-powered environment. Each day will consist of skill instruction for a variety of sports and lifetime activities, daily physical challenges, and other activities to build overall confidence and independence. All skill levels in any sport are welcome. This camp will allow the multiple-sport athlete to experience a variety of sports throughout the week and take advantage of opportunities to grow as athletes in other areas. Daily physical challenges will use a combination of skills from multiple sports, as athletes work in small and large groups to complete tasks that will strengthen their problem-solving, communication, and collaboration skills. Some sports covered throughout the week will include soccer, basketball, volleyball, and tennis. This will be an action-packed, fun-filled week, that any active girl will enjoy! Athletes must wear appropriate clothing and shoes.
Please note:
  • 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.

Camp Director

Monique Liddell is in her first year as Athletic Director and Chair of the Physical Education Department. In her first eleven years at Maret, she served as the head girls basketball coach. She led the Frogs to a 19-11 record in 2021, for 2nd place in the ISL AA division, and her team competed through the semifinals of the DCSAA State Tournament. Ms. Liddell has played the game at every level and enjoys working with girls who are passionate about the game of basketball.

A native of Sacramento, CA, Monique Liddell has accomplished a number of honors in her playing career to include All-MEAC selections (1996 - 2000), Morgan State Female Athlete of the Year (2000), and a Morgan State University Hall of Fame Induction in 2015.

Monique Liddell


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