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Lady Eagles Host Individual Basketball Camp at Southern Miss

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Southern Miss head women's basketball coach Joye Lee-McNelis and her staff will host four summer camps over two weeks in June inside Reed Green Coliseum on the Hattiesburg campus.

The camps will run on June 6-7, June 10, June 11-12, and June 14 and will cover individual and teams from ages 7 and up.

Beginning June 6, the first camp is set as an individual camp open to all participants ages seven years old through Grade 12. The camp is designed for the ultimate basketball experience. Games, station work and fundamentals will be provided to teach the game of basketball. Campers will be coached by the women's basketball staff and Lady Eagles. The camp is a two-day camp, ending June 7, and is $175 for overnight campers and $150 for commuters.

*According to Lee-McNelis, the individual camp will be pro-rated for girls who missed the first day of camp, but would still like to participate on Friday.

On June 10, the program will host their team shootout open to all junior varsity, varsity and AAU teams. Certified officials will call all varsity and AAU games with a guarantee of three games. T-shirts will be provided for 12 players, two coaches and one manager. Cost for the event is $250 per team.

The following two days, June 11-12, will play host to the Elite Camp for participants in grades 10-12. Designed for the elite and extremely skilled athlete, competition will be at a high level and is aimed for players who have competed at a high state or national level. Registration for this event is $150 for overnight campers and $125 for commuters.

The final camp will be a single-day position camp on June 14 and is designed to work specifically on position play, as well as teach the game of basketball through station work, position work and competition. The camp is open to campers ages 13 up through grade 12 and is $70 if you register before June 8 and $80 after. A team discount is available for groups of 10 or more players from the same team.

A discount is also available should a camper want to take part in both the individual camp (June 6-7) and the position camp (June 14). Registration for both at the same time is $225 for overnight campers and $215 for commuters.

For more information, as well as to register and get the appropriate forms, visit www.JLMBasketballCamps.com

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