High School Girl's Camp

Date: July 22-25, 2024

Time: 8:30am-3:30pm

Price: $400 + tax

Location: Regiopolis Notre Dame (130 Russell St, Kingston, ON K7K 2E9)

This camp is tailored for current competitive players who are entering grades 9-12 this upcoming season and are serious about playing basketball at the next level. The focus of this camp will be tailored to providing players with exposure to higher level basketball concepts used at the university and professional level. Players attending this camp will be given the opportunity to learn and compete against top level competition. Which will allow them to identify their strengths and weaknesses while also receiving personalized feedback and ideas on how to expand their game over the remainder of the summer from our coaches. 

Our staff is comprised of current women's professional and USports basketball players who are from Kingston and the surrounding area. Our staff looks forwards to using their basketball knowledge to give back to the Kingston basketball community and provide players with an inside look at what it takes to play at the next level.

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Camp Scholarships

Thanks to our generous sponsors we are able to offer scholarship opportunities to individuals who demonstrate financial need.

Connor Vreeken

Camp Director

  • Professional Basketball Player
  • 4x USports national champion
  • Carleton basketball alumni
  • U18 Team Canada
  • U17 Team Ontario

Born & raised in Kingston - Connor looks forwards to bringing together Kingston's top basketball talent, currently playing at the professional and USports level, to create a camp that gives current high school players an inside look at what it takes to play at the next level.

"Our coaches have different experiences and pathways which brought them to some of the highest levels of competition our country has to offer. I look forward to the opportunity we have as current and former student athletes to share our experiences with youth basketball players in our community!"

  • Kali Pocrnic

    • Carleton basketball alumni
    • 2x USports national champion
    • 2x USports All-Canadian
  • Elliot Bailey

    • Professional Basketball Player
    • 4x USports national champion
    • Carleton basketball alumni

  • Mikayla McFarlane

    • Queen's women's basketball
    • 2022/23 USports 2nd place
    • 2x OUA Silver medalist
  • Ella Take

    • Queen's women's basketball
    • Former NCAA D1 (Buffalo)
    • Capital Courts Academy alumni
  • Madison MacInnis

    • Brock women's basketball
    • 2021/22 OUA Silver Medalist
    • OFSAA Champion

  • Christina Stathopoulos

    • Guelph women's basketball
    • Kingston Impact alumni
    • OFSAA Champion
  • Grace Kelly

    • Guelph women's basketball
    • Kingston Impact alumni
    • St. Mary's alumni
  • Dani Sinclair

    • Head Coach at Carleton University
    • 3x USports national champion
    • 2023/24 OUA Coach of the year
    • 20 years of coaching experience
  • James Bambury

    • Former Head Coach at Brandon University
    • Former Head Coach at Queen's University
    • 2x OUA Silver Medalist
    • 15 years of coaching experience
  • Emma Kiesekamp

    • Professional Basketball Player
    • Carleton women's basketball alumni
    • 2x USports national champion
    • 2x OUA champion
  • Rodney Wilson

    • Owner of Conquer Training
    • Mental Skills Coach
    • 20 years of experience in the heath and fitness field
    • Former Queen's University Varsity S&C Coach


Who is this camp for?

This camp is for current competitive basketball players entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2024.

What does the camp schedule look like?

The first half of the morning will focus on all-around skill development. Players will spend the morning working through skill stations focussed on specific skills lead by our head coaches. We will then take a break and watch film that will introduce the concepts we are focussing on in our small sided games. Following lunch we will have our daily guest speaker talk and work with campers on a concept of their choosing before finishing off the day with 5on5 games.

Do players receive anything from camp?

Players will receive a reversible jersey and a detailed report card from their head coach evaluating their game with areas for improvement.

What makes this camp different from other camps?

This camp is not your typical "baby sitting" basketball camp where we roll the balls out and let campers play unorganized basketball. Athlete's are expected to compete in everything we do and to play within the concepts shown to them. These concepts may not come naturally and we expect athlete's to struggle while learning and applying them.

What position is this camp best suited for?

Basketball is a positionless game at the highest levels. Players will have roles to play on every team they play on, but all players should work on their game so they have the skills and abilities to play in multiple positions and scenarios. Care less about what position you are playing and more on being on the floor when the game matters.

I'm concerned about my child playing against players that are 3-4 years older than them

The best way for young players to grow is to be exposed to other players who are better than them. When you are undersized and less skilled than your competition you have to come up with other strategies to impact winning. Developing these skills at a young age sets you up well for when you are the older player and makes you a more well rounded player. Playing against older players is an excellent opportunity to do this.