These very popular camps are run by Carlton "Coach V" Valentine who was Lansing State Journal High School Coach of the year, won back-to-back state championships and coached many players who went on to play Division 1 college basketball. Coach Valentine believes through strong fundamental skills training of ball handling, shooting, and passing you can become the best player possible. Through repetition you can build the muscle memory necessary to become more conﬁdent on the ﬂoor with your team and teammates and have individual success as well. But most of all Coach V believes in having fun while training and being at camp. There will always be approximately one hour of scrimmage games every day to test all the skills you are learning in skill development. Camp costs include a t-shirt, a basketball to keep, contests, prizes, and special guest appearances.
2018 Summer Basketball Camps
2018 Summer Camp
Session I: June 25-28
Session II: July 9-12
Session III: July 23-26
Session IV: Aug 6-9
Ages: Boys & Girls (Ages 8-13)
When: Monday - Thursday, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Cost: $115/members; $150/guests
Note: Camps are limited to the first 60 participants. MAC members get waiting list priority. All cancellations must have 48 hours notice to receive a full refund
Youth Volleyball Clinic
This summer clinic is for 12-15 year-old volleyball players – from beginner to advanced – who are looking to improve their skills in this four-day session. No matter what the skill level, the MAC Volleyball Clinic is the best place to learn the game. Clinic instructor is MAC Volleyball Personal Trainer Arielle Wilson. Wilson, a Chicago native, was a 4-time National and Big Ten champion from Penn State University, a 3-time American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American as well as a former Professional Volleyball Player. She is currently serving as a volunteer assistant at Michigan State University. Coach Wilson is also available for private lessons. Please contact our Concierge at 364-8800 for additional info on private training.
When: Mon - Thurs, 9-11 a.m.; Jun 18-21
Cost: $80/members; $105/guests