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The AthELITEs and Beyond Camps have announced their plans to host a Spring Break Players Camp from March 28-31 at Westdale Community Centre. The aim of the camp is to allow young athletes to benefit from the instruction of skilled university and provincial basketball team players. They will be taught fundamentals, focusing on the individual basic skills of passing, defense, ball-handling and shooting. In addition, campers will play games suited to their respective age and skill levels. Whether your AthELITE is a beginner or advanced player, AthELITEs and Beyond will challenge them to improve their basketball skills in a FUN and ENERGETIC learning environment.
Spring Break Basketball Skill Development Camp Details:
A 10% discount is available to groups registering 3 or more campers
NOTE: In order to receive the group discount, all camper Registration and Waiver forms must be submitted, as a group, by attaching and sending the respective documents in one email to email@example.com
★ Once your child is registered, a confirmation package will be sent via email with additional information about the camp
★ Refunds, minus non-refundable insurance coverage (Basketball Manitoba) and camp hours attended, are available upon request.
LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE!
Location: Westdale Community Centre, 550 Dale Blvd, Winnipeg, MB (Map below)
Dates: March 28-31
Times: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm ** Beginning at 6:30pm on Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Ages: Co-ed 7-12 year olds (at time of the camp)
Registration deadline: March 24, 2016
- 24 Spaces Available - Email registration and waiver form to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fees will be collected at the beginning of the first session on March 28, 2016
- All sessions will be directed by former NCAA Division 1 basketball player and current Provincial Team, Centre for Performance, and WMBA Coach, Taneesha Greaves.
- In addition, Malik Irwin of the University of Manitoba Men’s basketball team will be assisting all sessions.
- See biographies below...
Program Director/Head Coach
Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Taneesha Greaves, Director and Head Coach of the AthELITEs and Beyond basketball program, is a former NCAA Division 1 student-athlete (University of South Dakota). Currently, Greaves is a Coach for the 15u Centre for Performance and 8-9 Girls Roblin Park CC basketball teams. This past summer, Greaves was also an Assistant Coach for Manitoba’s 16U Girl’s Provincial Basketball team, where they won silver at the Western Canadian Championships in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Prior to her coaching career, Greaves played two years of high school basketball at Glenlawn Collegiate, where she was announced one of Winnipeg's Top 10 Basketball players, held an alternate player position on the Canadian Cadette Women's National team, and achieved a First-Team All Star award at the Canadian National Championships.
Following her two years at Glenlawn, Greaves transferred to the National Basketball Powerhouse, Oak Hill Academy, in Virginia, USA. While at Oak Hill Academy, Taneesha was ranked as a top 100 female basketball player in a pair of scouting publications in the United States and was presented with the Coach’s Award. After her successes in high school basketball in both Canada and the USA, she then went to play Division 1 at the University of South Dakota. Unfortunately, not long after Greaves began her college career, repetitive injuries led her to mandatory cessation of such strenuous activities. Despite this, Taneesha is honoured to finally be able to influence and be influenced by Winnipeg’s younger generation of athletes.
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Malik Irwin of the University of Manitoba Men’s Basketball team (CIS), is currently a third year Finance Major and elite performance. Along with assisting in the development of AthELITEs and Beyond’s Camp curricula, this past summer Malik co-directed his own camp for youth boys, the Hustle & Heart Camp, as well as instructed in many Junior Bison Boys Camps.
Prior to becoming a CIS athlete and high performance coach, Malik had an exceptional career of four years under the well respected Coach Jeff Laping, at local powerhouse St Paul's High School. As a decorated athlete, Malik earned the entitlement of being a provincial all-star and received All-Manitoban team honours. Irwin was also placed on Winnipeg’s Top 10 Player
list and again honours as an all-star upon graduation. An outstanding athlete at St Paul's, Malik also paid his dues as an active member of Manitoba’s 17U Provincial Basketball team for two summers. As a starter, Irwin led the 2011 Canadian National Championships in assists and steals, contributing to Manitoba’s first ever silver medal at the time.