Linfield University - McMinnville, OR Basketball Camps
NBC is back at Linfield University for an awesome basketball day camp!
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR 2024!
NBC Camps is excited to partner with the Linfield Basketball to bring NBC Basketball back to the greater Yamhill County. This camp provides high level training for athletes in the area. NBC training curriculum focuses on the key aspects of becoming a great player, such as shooting form, defensive intensity, offensive skills, teamwork, and leadership.
- An atmosphere with the unique combination of hard work, discipline, great fun, Christian values, and skill mastery
- Leadership training on goal setting, mental toughness, elevating confidence, and maximizing talent
- Total basketball skill development
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2024 MCMINNVILLE OREGON BASKETBALL DAY CAMP
DATES & AGES
Complete Skills Junior Basketball Day Camp
Dates: August 5-7, 2024 | Age Group: Boys and Girls 10-13 years old
High School Intensive Position Basketball Day Camp
Dates: August 5-7, 2024 | Age Group: Boys and Girls 14-18 years old
PREPARE FOR CAMP: COMPLETE YOUR PRE-CAMP CHECKLIST
To view your customer account, complete your mandatory forms, pay balance dues, and review important camp information, visit Pre-Camp Checklist.
All necessary camp information is on this page. If there are any imperative changes prior to camp start, registered campers will be notified via email and this webpage will be updated.
BASKETBALL DAY CAMP INFORMATION
Daily Times for Junior Camp: 9am to 3pm (first day check-in is 8:30am)
Daily Times for High School Camp: 9:30am to 4:30pm (first day check-in is 9:00am)
What to bring: sack lunch each day, basketball, and water bottle for breaks
Complete Skills Basketball Day Camp is specifically designed for players who are looking to improve their game. We cover the most important skills of the game and compete in live drills and game settings. We will also meet in small groups to cover the summer leadership and life skills curriculum to help you improve off the court.
INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT & OTHER
Ratio: approximately a 1:10 staff to camper ratio
Groupings: Campers are grouped by age, skill, and experience.
Equipment Needed: Players should supply their own athletic equipment and have at least one pair of well broken-in basketball (court) shoes. Campers do need to bring their own basketball (clearly labeled with their name). Visit our Camp Packing List for a full list of what to bring. NBC Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen items.
CANCELLATION, REFUND & PAYMENT POLICIES
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MORE GENERAL DAY CAMP INFORMATION
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NBC BASKETBALL GEAR
Get NBC gear at a discounted cost and pick it up at camp when you arrive. Essential Fleece Crewneck Sweatshirt, “GRIT” performance blend shirt, and cotton/poly fleece joggers - $125. Hoopgear price includes shipping, handling and tax. Add the custom NBC Baden Pure Shooting Crowell basketball or purchase separately - $45. Add gear during your online registration or call 800-406-3926 to add gear to your existing registration. To find out more about NBC Hoopgear visit the Hoopgear Page.
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International Travel Teams - NBC invites athletes ages 14-18 on international tours through the NBC Travel Teams program. Campers will learn about NBC tours at camp and can apply for one of our teams by contacting Travel Team Director Breanna Lyons at email@example.com or visit http://www.nbccamps.com/international
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 am Check-in, welcome and warm ups
- 9:30 am Ball handling
- 10:00 am Skill work: Shooting, passing, attacking the basket, finishing, defense, and more.
- Noon Lunch break - Bring sack lunch
- 12:45 Leadership and life skills training: Goal setting, confidence, overcoming adversity, family and faith
- 1:30 Competitive skills, drills and game play
- 2:45 pm Daily wrap up, spotlights, announcements
- 3:00 pm Dismiss
ABOUT THE CAMPUS
Linfield is one of the oldest universities in the west. The main campus is located in McMinnville, a community of 25,000 people. The campus consists of 45 buildings on 193 acres of green lawns and groves of trees. The quiet, friendly city enjoys a central location to Portland (30 miles to the northeast), and Salem (25 miles southeast).
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Greatest week of my life
My son came home from NBC Basketball Camps at Linfield a different kid. He was always a great kid, but he came home with a different attitude; an attitude of hard work, positive outlook and a feeling of growth and accomplishment. In his words "That was the greatest week of my life." He embraces the struggle of hard work now. Thanks, for all you did for him, he'll be back next year.
This camp helped me improve my endurance, shooting and become a better player and teammate.
— Evorie O
The coaching was incredible and I loved the message.
— Grace C
I really liked camp. I had awesome coaches, became a better shooter, and worked really hard to build confidence.
— Kingsley T
I Loved Camp!
I love the way they encourage you to be a better person and team player.
— Sierra P.
I Loved Camp!
They teach not only basketball, but life skills as well.
— Garrett H.
The staff of NBC Camps encourages and teaches kids to excel personally, spiritually, academically and athletically. A week at camp always has a positive impact on our son.
— Noreen L.
Camp Director Chris Koebelin
Chris has coached basketball for the past 20 years. Over the past decade he has coached Club, Select and AAU basketball teams for both boys and girls ranging from 10-18 years old. He is currently the Head Girls Basketball Coach at Klahowya Secondary School and led them to the most successful season in program history in 2021-22. He has been directing NBC summer day camps since 2018 around the Northwest and beyond.View Chris's Bio ⟩
Chris also coached professional and college level players in the ABA with the Kitsap Admirals. He is extremely passionate about helping players develop the fundamentals and encouraging their love of the game.
Coach Ella Koebelin
Ella Koebelin is the point guard at Linfield University. In her freshman season she started the final 16 games leading the Wildcats to a 9-win turnaround from the prior year. (Photo credit: Jake Downing)View Ella's Bio ⟩
She finished her high school career at Klahowya Secondary in Silverdale, WA as the all-time leader in points scored, 3 pointers made and assists. Ella was the Kitsap Sun Player of the Year her senior year and was named to the WSGBCA All State Team. She started attending NBC Camps as a 6th grader and continued through high school. She has helped coach at several NBC camps and clinics the past few years.