Top

  • News Ticker

    March 14, 2019

    Junior Bison HP Basketball Camps Announced for Summer 2019 for Ages 8-15



    The University of Manitoba Bisons has announced its 7th annual Junior Bison High-Performance Camps.  These camps are geared towards athletes looking to further their athletic skill development in an intense and challenging environment.

    All camps will be led by University of Manitoba Head Coaches, assistant coaches, current and former Bison athletes.
    • The athletes will be grouped according to age and skill level.
    • Previous sport-specific experience at the school, community or youth organization level is required
    Image result for junior bison basketballmanitobaJunior Bison High-Performance Boys Basketball-Ages 8-13
    • July 22-26, 2019
    • 9am-4pm
    • $375 per player
    • University of Manitoba Frank Kennedy Centre-New Gym

    Junior Bison High-Performance Girls Basketball-Ages 8-15
    • July 29-August 1, 2019
    • 9am-4pm
    • $300 per player
    • University of Manitoba Frank Kennedy Centre-New Gym
    REGISTRATION:

    Registration for all camps is online only and is NOW OPEN!


    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! (Then click the Search button)


    • If you have any registration/account issues please call our Customer Service Line at 204-474-6100. 
    • PLEASE NOTE: We reserve the right to re-direct your registration to a more suitable camp should the coaching staff determine that the athletes skill level is not at the level required.

    For program questions or inquiries please contact:

    LISA PETERS
    Coordinator
    Junior Bisons
    University of Manitoba
    305 Max Bell Centre
    204-474-6211
    Lisa.Peters@umanitoba.ca
    • Website Comments
    • Facebook Comments

    0 comments:

    Post a Comment

    Your feedback on this Basketball Manitoba article is welcome! Post your comments below and check back later to view other comments or replies!

    Item Reviewed: Junior Bison HP Basketball Camps Announced for Summer 2019 for Ages 8-15 Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Adam Wedlake
    Scroll to Top