Basketball Day Camp for 2021
Alfred University typically offers many sports camps during the summer, both residential and day. For 2021, and with coronavirus safety precautions in mind, we are pleased to announce that several camps will be available on-campus for in-person instruction in a day camp, non-residential format. And while all proper safety protocols will be maintained, there's little doubt your camper will be thrilled with being active and learning alongside their peers once again!
Session 1: Monday, June 28th - Friday, July 2nd
Session 2: Monday July 26th - Friday, July 30th
Application Deadline: June 1st
This camp is held on the Alfred University campus in our recently remodeled Galanis Family Arena in the McLane Center and is for boys and girls entering grades 3-12. Campers will be instructed on every aspect in the game of basketball. Individualized instruction will be provided in a fun-filled environment! Each day will consist of stations, team and individual contests and games. Each camper in attendance will receive a T-shirt.
The gym will open at 8:30 AM each day (do not drop your camper off prior to 8:30 AM as there will not be any supervision until that time) and will remain open for "open shooting" until 3:30 PM. Campers may be picked up between 3-3:30 PM daily but must be picked up no later than 3:30 as there will be no supervision after that time.
Coach Phillips took over as head coach starting the 2014 season. He came to AU after five seasons at Hobart College where he was the top assistant coach from 2009-2014. While at Hobart Phillips helped coach a Statesmen team that has been one of the most successful in all of Division III. Phillips has extensive experience coaching outside the collegiate arena. Since 2007 he has worked several basketball camps; was assistant coach at the Western Scholastic Boys Basketball Empire State Games in 2007-08, and from 2005-08 served as head coach for U15, U16 and U17 Rochester-area AAU teams.
Coach Moskowitz was named the ninth Head Coach of the Alfred University women's basketball program in April of 2018. He comes to Alfred University from SUNY New Paltz where he served as an assistant coach for three years. In that position he aided in recruiting, practice planning, scouting, skill workouts, and film study coordination among other responsibilities. During his tenure, the Hawks went 58-26 (.667), making the SUNYAC Tournament three times and winning it twice. They advanced to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in 2017 prior to bowing out to UMass-Dartmouth, 83-80.
Over the three years, Moskowitz helped New Paltz improve its averages in points scored, points allowed, field goal percentage, 3-point field goal percentage, free throw percentage, assists and turnovers committed.
Prior to New Paltz, he spent one season as the student assistant for the Oneonta State Men’s Basketball team where he helped with coordinating game film, individual workouts and practice planning. During that season, the Dragons went 13-13 while defeating #5 Williams College in their season opener. They continued to the 2014-15 SUNYAC Tournament where they fell in the quarterfinals.
Before moving up to the collegiate ranks, Moskowitz was the JV Girls Basketball Head Coach and Varsity Assistant Coach at Unadilla Valley Central School where he coached former Alfred University basketball player, Amanda Off ’17. While at AU, Off scored 1,350 points, which ranks second all-time in program history.
Since 2013, Moskowitz has served in various roles at a variety of basketball camps including the SUNY New Paltz Basketball Camp, New York Knicks Basketball Camp and Greg Koubek Overnight Basketball Camp. He has also served as the Head Coach of the Triple Threat, an AAU basketball team, from 2016-2018.
Further information, including a detailed camp schedule, dress and attire, supplies and other requirements will be sent upon acceptance.
The cost is $140. A $70 deposit is required.
How To Apply:
We are partnering with CampDoc (an online registration program) to better serve our campers and staff. CampDoc offers online registration and an electronic record system for campers. The CampDoc site is secure, encrypted and password protected. Only Alfred University Summer Health Staff will have access to camper information.
To gain access to our online application, please use the following link (we support the current and previous major releases of Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Safari):
Acceptance Next Steps:
The program director will evaluate all applications and determine who will be accepted. Acceptance and non-acceptance notifications will be sent via email. Once campers are accepted, they will be directed to pay the camp tuition and will be provided with the official schedule and online platform information. Any questions should be directed to Russ Phillips or Matt Lake.
Alfred University is located in the peaceful village of Alfred in western New York State, where summer days are warm and nights are cool and comfortable. Surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful meadows and valleys, Alfred University is the perfect place to spend an enjoyable week learning more about a favorite subject and meeting other students who share your interests.
The campus, a 6-hour drive from New York City, 2 hours from Buffalo and 1 1/4 hours from Rochester, is easily accessible by car or bus from all directions and is located just five miles south of Interstate 86. The nearest major airport is the Rochester International Airport (about 65 miles north).
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