Welcome to the Basketball Manitoba High Performance Camps!  The Basketball Manitoba High Performance Camps are for experienced players from ages 11 to 16 years old. The camp has an emphasis on improving the athlete’s fundamental skills and understanding of the game. The camp provides a 7 to 1 player to coach ratio and is taught by some of Manitoba best coaches and players.


  1. Overview & Notes  
  2. Coach Biographies  
  3. Camp Locations  
  4. Camp Schedule & Registration
  5. Contact

Overview & Notes     (top)     Sessions are limited so register now!

  • Players are to attend ALL days of the camp (15 hours of court time in all)
  • Players are asked to show up 20 minutes prior to the first session to register.
  • Players are asked to come dressed ready to participate including non-marking runners, shorts (no pockets) and a t-shirt. It is also suggested players bring a water bottle and a towel.
  • Every camp participant will receive a Basketball Manitoba T-shirt.
  • All registered participants are covered under Basketball Manitoba’s Insurance Program.

Coach Biographies   (top)

BOY'S CAMP INSTRUCTORS  (listed Alphabetically)

Dan Becker

Dan Becker

Erfan Nasajpour   Herve Vincent

GIRL'S CAMP INSTRUCTORS  (listed Alphabetically)



 alyssa-grant.png Amy Ogidan
Colin Mark Stephanie Kleysen  

Alyssa Grant  Amy Ogidan  


Camp Location     (top)

All BOYS sessions will be held at Balmoral Hall School, 630 Westminister Ave. Winnipeg, MB 

All GIRLS sessions will be held at St Paul's High School, 2200 Grant Ave, in Winnipeg, MB

Schedule & Registration     (top)

There are four age categories offered for both girls and boys.

Session #


Age* Gender Time



 1  Aug 26-30  11-13  Girls 9:00am-12:00pm $150.00 REGISTER NOW!
 2 Aug 26-30  14-16 Girls 1:00pm-4:00pm $150.00 REGISTER NOW!
 3 Aug 26-30  11-13  Boys 9:00am-12:00pm $150.00 REGISTER NOW!
 4 Aug 26-30  14-16  Boys 1:00pm-4:00pm $150.00 REGISTER NOW!

  • Camp full?  Sign up for our HP Camp Waiting List
  • * Ages as of date of the camp
  • ** Fee includes GST 

Payment Options

  • Online: Visa, MasterCard, PayPal
  • Basketball Manitoba Office: Interac, Visa, MasterCard, Cash, Cheque or Money Order
  • By Mail: Cheque or Money Order (payable to 'Basketball Manitoba')
Basketball Manitoba, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 2Z6

Contact     (top)

For more information on the Basketball Manitoba High Performance Camp Series, please contact...
  • Dan Becker for camp content and general questions

Full Coach Biographies (listed alphabetically

Dan Becker

Dan BeckerDan has been an active player and coach for over 30 years at all levels of the game. His playing history began as a standout player at Fort Richmond Collegiate which took him on to play NCAA Division 1 basketball at the University of Colorado.

His12 year professional career took him all over the world playing in Portugal, Germany, Luxembourg, Israel, Spain, Finland, Mexico and Australia. Dan also suited up for North American leagues with the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) in Omaha, the Global Basketball Association (GBA) in Greensborough, N.C., the USBL (Long Island), played in the L.A. Summer Pro League and attended Training Camp with the Indiana Pacers of the NBA.  Dan's playing career also saw him represent Team Canada in the 1989 World Student Games, two Jones Cups (’84 and ’94), and various national training teams.

After his playing career Dan served as an assistant at the C.I.S. men's level from 2000 to 2004 and took the interim head coaching duties in 2004-05 with the University of Manitoba Men's Program.  Dan coached a number of Basketball Manitoba's Provincial Teams at the 15U and 17U levels. In 2004 Dan led the Men’s Juvenile team to a bronze medal finish at the National Championships.

In 2005 Dan joined Randy Kusano and the Oak Park Raiders Varsity Boy's Program, coaching in 5 consecutive Final Fours and winning 2 Provincial Championships. Dan completed his NCCP Level 4 education at the National Coaching Institute in Winnipeg and is currently the High Performance Coach for Basketball Manitoba serving as the Head Coach of the boys Center For Performance Program.  Dan is also a learning facilitator in the new NCCP coaching education program.

Alyssa Grant

alyssa-grant.pngAlyssa Grant attended Oak Park high school from 2006-2009 where she was named team MVP two years in a row. In her grade 12 year she was named to the All-Manitoba team and also received the Carl Ridd Award for excellence in school, community and sport involvement. In her graduating year at Oak Park she was named Athlete of the Year and left to play for the University of Winnipeg Women’s Basketball team. Alyssa is now entering her 5th and final year playing for the University of Winnipeg.
Throughout her career she has been a leader on and off the floor and has been a
co-captain of the team since her third year.

In addition to playing, Alyssa is also heavily involved in coaching. She has been an assistant coach for the Oak Park Raiders varsity girls’ basketball team who in that time have made appearances at four
consecutive provincial championships, finally capturing the title in 2013.  Alyssa has also spent time coaching through the Jr. Wesmen program and the University of Winnipeg summer sport camps. 

Stephanie Kleysen

stephanie-kleysen.jpgThe 5’10” guard out of Vincent Massey Collegiate (Winnipeg) was named a member of the 2011 CIS All-Rookie Team and Canada West Conference Female Basketball Player Rookie of the Year. She played a huge role in helping the  Wesmen to a 20-4 regular season record and a second place finish in the Canada West Women’s Basketball Conference regular season standings.

Kleysen was the conference leader in rebounds (9.5 rebounds per game) 228 in total. She also tied for the conference lead registering six double-doubles. She finished third in team scoring averaging 8.9 points per game during the regular season. Stephanie grabbed a season high 17 rebounds twice during the regular season (vs Manitoba, December 2, 2010) and against the Regina Cougars on January 22, 2011.Stephanie was named the University of Winnipeg Female Player of the Week on three occasions during the 2010-2011 season and was honored as the University of Winnipeg’s Female Athlete of the Month for December 2010.

Colin Mark

colin-mark.pngCoach Mark is a Grade 9 mathematics and science teacher at Sargent Park School.  He has been coaching basketball for 27 years, mostly doing the Gr. 9 girls program at Sargent Park, but for the last two years has been coaching the Gr. 6, 7 and 8 girls teams at his school.  In the past, he has coached a number of teams to a city championship and has coached several Junior Girls and Senior Girls teams to a JHIT championship.  Coach Mark has been on the U15 provincial team selection committee for the last few years and has served as an assistant coach for the Girls U15 Manitoba team in 2004 and 2005.  

Erfan Nasajpour

Graduating from Daniel MacIntyre Collegiate as the number 1 Ranked player in the province, Erfan Nasajpour quickly became the heart of the Winnipeg Wesmen who went on to lead the country in scoring, assists and steals. The All-Canadian point guard also participated at the National team level representing Canada in numerous international matches competing against top NBA talent. Erfan currently plays professionally overseas in Iran and the Asian Basketball League and is fresh off of winning the 2013 Iranian Super League Championship!  During the summers, Nasajpour spends his time in Winnipeg coaching at all levels, from future elementary stars to elite athletes.  Erfan is quickly becoming known as one of Manitoba's ledgendary players. 

Amy Ogidan

Amy Ogidan
Amy Ogidan attended Oak Park High school from 2004-2007 earning back to back All-Manitoba team honors in 2006 and 2007. At 5’11”, Amy is a gifted athlete and versatile and talented player.

Amy played 4 years for the Manitoba Provincial Team, including the Canada Games in 2005. She was selected in 2004 at the age of 14 to the invite only Nike Camp which hosted 50 of the top female basketball players from across Canada. She was one of the youngest players ever to be invited. In 2007Amy started CIS play with the University of Winnipeg Wesmen. In her rookie year she was selected to the CIS Rookie-All-Canadian Team. In her young career thus far she has been recognized as an Academic All-Canadian and player of the month and week several times.

Ogidan also participated at the National team level in 2008. As a member of the student national team, she traveled to Beijing prior to the 2008 Olympics to play a series of exhibition games against the Chinese National Team.

Aside from basketball Ogidan has displayed heavy coaching involvement in summer camps, boys and girls club teams, WMBA, club teams, skill development programs and support for provincial teams.  Amy is the head coach for the Maples Collegiate Varsity girls team and is a coach in the Basketball Canada-Manitoba Region Centre For Performance. 

Herve Vincent

herve-vincent.jpgVincent was born and raised in France where his dedication to the game began in 1988 when he joined a basketball club. He has been involved in coaching since 1997 where he started as a volunteer and became a certified coach in 2005. He earned his degrees in sociology, education and sports training.  He has coached and trained players at all levels, from youth to adult, at both the city and national level for 15 years. He has experience in promoting basketball via presentations in schools, community centers, university, tournaments and skill camps.

From 2006 to 2009, Vincent worked as a technical supervisor for the youth basketball development program in the SPO Rouen professional club, where he developed and implemented specific youth skills programs.He also developed the grassroots program "school of basketball" multiplying the number of players by 3 in 3 years in the club. He was nominated head coach for the best grade 6-7 player's selection at the provincial level in 2008 and 2009.

In 2009, Vincent moved to Canada to experience the sports culture in North America. He joined the Junior Bisons program and started his work with Basketball Manitoba's Centre for Performance and Todd MacCulloch Hoop School programs. He also became assistant coach at Kelvin High school at the Junior varsity level in 2009 and with the varsity team in 2011.
Vincent is currently assistant coach with the University of Manitoba Bisons men's team and is still coaching for the Junior Bison club. He started his certification in Canada, and has traveled in 10 countries where he has played basketball in every visited city. 


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