Full Resident: $305 (includes all meals and housing)
Commuter: $260 (includes all meals)
The philosophy of the Luther Boys Basketball Camp is to provide all campers with a positive environment for learning the game of basketball. Our staff will work hard to ensure that you have a great camp experience at Luther College. Fundamental sessions will be broken down into separate clinics that teach specific skill work. After the skill is taught, the focus will be getting each camper the most repetitions possible. A player report card will be kept on each camper and given to him at the end of the week. This report card will note particular strengths and weaknesses, and offer suggestions for individual improvement. Game competition against boys of your son's age and ability level will be scheduled. Every participant will play a minimum of one half of every game. The camp will have a ratio of eight campers to one coach, allowing for the most individual attention and maximum repetitions possible.
Mark Franzen has served as the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Luther College since 2006. He led Luther to IIAC titles in 2010-11 and 2012-13, and was named IIAC Coach of the Year in 2010-11 and 2012-13. He served as the Director of the Snow Valley Basketball School at Nebraska Wesleyan from 2005-07, and has served as a Snow Valley Iowa clinician for 20 years.
Cam Schuknecht has served as the Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Luther College since 2014. Previously, he was the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Nebraska Wesleyan from 2006-14. He also served as the Director of the Snow Valley Basketball School at Nebraska Wesleyan from 2005-14. Schuknecht is a Snow Valley Iowa clinician of over 15 years.
Upon receipt of application materials and payment, a confirmation will be emailed, including a campus map, health form, and other information relative to the camp.
Refunds will be granted for medical reasons only (less a $50 administrative fee) and that request must be accompanied by a physician's letter of explanation. Non-medical cancellations before June 1, 2017 will forfeit one-half the camp fee. No refunds for non-medical cancellations after June 1.
Each camper must be covered by his parent's health insurance before participating in the camp. Each camper MUST turn in the Health Form and have proof of health insurance (photocopy of insurance card) provided to Luther College before check-in in order to participate in the camp.
Medical services for campers are available through local clinics, as well as the emergency room at the Winneshiek Medical Center. Individual campers are responsible for any medication, and hospital and physician fees.
Check-in will be Sunday, June 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The first camp session on Sunday will start at 1:30 p.m.
Check-out will be Wednesday, June 21. Camp will go until about 12 p.m. Awards will be given out at that time.
Camp starts each morning at 8:15 a.m. Campers can be picked up daily after evening games. Games will finish around 9 p.m. (Sun-Tues) for younger campers and around 10 p.m. (Sun-Tues) for older campers.
Resident campers live in a comfortable, air-conditioned residence hall on the Luther campus. We do not need to know your roommate preference before camp begins. You will choose your own roommate when checking in, provided you arrive together and space is available. If you do not have a roommate preference, we will assign you one upon check-in. College athletes serve as camp counselors and provide full supervision and help direct all camp activities.
All campers will eat in the Dahl Centennial Union Dining Hall. Campers will eat three full meals a day, starting with the evening meal on Sunday, June 18. The last meal of camp will be breakfast on Wednesday, June 21.
The Boy's Basketball Individual Camp will be held in the Regents Center. The Regents Center indoor facilities include six full-sized basketball courts, as well as locker and training rooms.