University of Delaware Women's Basketball Head Coach Tina Martin to Host Two Youth Camps for Girls this Summer
March 22, 2011
File Photo Courtesy of Mark Campbell
NEWARK, Del. -- University of Delaware women’s basketball head coach Tina Martin and her staff, who led the Blue Hens to a berth in the Colonial Athletic Association championship game and yet another appearance in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) this past season, will host two camps for youths this summer on the UD campus.
The Tina Martin Girls’ Basketball Camp at the University of Delaware will include two week-long camps with the first session set for June 20-24 and the second session taking place August 1-5. Both camps will be held at the Delaware Field House.
The camps are designed to teach and develop the fundamental basketball skills and enable every girl to increase her understanding of the game, provide competition and enable each player to apply skills and techniques as they are learned, and to develop each player's attitude and philosophy about basketball and life through good sportsmanship and fair play.
The camps are open to girls ages 8-17 are held each day from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The cost is $210 per camper with several payment options and discounts available. Campers will receive a free t-shirt and awards and have the opportunity to listen and learn from guest lecturers. Campers must also bring their own lunch and beverages.
Registration can be done online at www.bluehens.com/sportsinfo/womens_basketball/bbcamp/. For more information, call Jeanine Radice at 302-453-9659.
In 12 seasons as head coach at Delaware, Martin has led the Blue Hens to an overall record of 278-175, two conference titles, six WNIT appearances, and nine 20-win seasons.
This past season, Delaware put together a record of 20-14, tied for fifth place in the Colonial Athletic Association standings, and advanced all the way to the CAA Tournament finals before falling to top-seed James Madison 67-61. The Hens advanced to the WNIT where they travelled to the University of Toledo and dropped a 58-55 heartbreaker in the opening round.
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