The University of Wisconsin offers a variety of Girls Basketball Camps: College Experience Camp, Team Camp, and All Skills Development Camp.  Each of these camps have a different focus that will contribute to player development.  Current Badger coaches will lead the instruction at each camp, with support from current and former members of the Badger Women’s Basketball team. 

Registration for 2015 summer camps listed below will open in February.
Click on any session below for more detailed information.

If you are interested in receiving information about specific camps please email badgercamps@athletics.wisc.edu.
Please indicate the sport(s) of interest in the subject line and we will notify you as updated information becomes available.

Come join us for a fun day of basketball with the Badgers! Campers will learn the basic fundamentals of basketball in addition to playing games while being coached by the Badger players and coaching staff.

  • REGISTRATION OPENS IN FEBRUARY!
  • Open to girls entering grades 1-4
  • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Experience a high-intensity college environment in this one-day camp. Campers will receive one-on-one coaching from the Badger staff, including advanced game strategy, game-like situation breakdowns, competitive games and contests, teamwork and fitness training.

All campers will receive lunch.

All camp locations will have professional health services staff on hand.

  • REGISTRATION OPENS IN FEBRUARY!
  • Open to girls entering grades 9-12
  • Check-in: June 14 from 8:00-9:00 a.m. at the Kohl Center
  • Check-out: June 14 at 4:00 p.m.

This camp’s focus is competition. Campers will receive instruction conducted by Badger staff. Teams are guaranteed five games. Each team MUST provide their own coach, lodging and meals. The camp includes an NCAA initial eligibility session.

  • REQUEST FOR TEAM HOLDS OPENS IN FEBRUARY!
  • Camp check-in: Wednesday, June 17 at 5 pm at the Kohl Center
  • Camp check-out: Friday, June 19 at 3 pm

All camp locations will have professional health services staff on hand.

Campers will have the opportunity to improve their fundamental skills and fitness in this fun environment. Learn basic game strategy, build confidence and improve team work. Participants will also compete in games and contests. An NCAA initial eligibility session will be held for campers in the 9th through 12th grades.

All overnight accommodations and meals will be in the UW’s campus residence halls and dining facilities.

All camp locations will have professional health services staff on hand.

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