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basketball summer camps

East Coast Athletics is offering 6 weeks of basketball camps this summer led by college coaches. Camp is open to boys and girls ages 8-18. Players will be grouped by age and/or skill level.

Camp Details:

FULL DAY | 9 AM - 4 PM | $125
HALF DAY AM | 9 AM - 12 PM | $85
HALF DAY PM | 1 PM - 4 PM | $85

Each camp week runs Monday - Thursday.

FULL DAY CAMPERS must bring their own lunch. Concessions are available for purchase at our front desk: water, gatorade and snacks.

Early drop-off and late stay are available:
Early drop-off from 8-9AM | $7 per day per child
Late stay from 4-6PM | $7 per day per child

See below for Bio on Coaches at ECA this summer.

Camp Policies:

  • NO REFUNDS will be given to campers who voluntarily leave camp or who are sent home for disciplinary reasons.

  • 50% refund for cancellations 2 weeks before the first day of camp. No refund for cancellations within 2 weeks of the first day of camp.

  • Campers should dress appropriately: shorts, t-shirt, socks, and sneakers.

  • Parent/Guardian will need to sign out camper each day OR provide a note that gives consent for son/daughter to sign themselves out.

 

college coaches

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Brad Cooper - Keystone College

Camp 1: July 8 - 11


The 2018-19 season was Brad Cooper's sixth season as the head coach of Keystone College's men's basketball team. He took over the helm of the Giants' program following two seasons as an assistant under Nevada Smith, where he helped lead the Giants to back-to-back appearances in the Colonial States Athletic Conference Championship Game while the team posted a 39-16 overall record during that span.

 

Jon Tanous - Penn State Abington

Camp 2: July 15 - 18

Jon Tanous enters his third season at the helm for Penn State Abington. A 14-year veteran in the Division III basketball community, Tanous comes to Penn State Abington from Ithaca College, where he served as the top assistant and offensive coordinator on head coach Jim Mullins' staff for the past four seasons. Tanous' primary responsibilities involved directing the Bombers' recruiting efforts as well as overseeing the squad's academic progress.

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Tirek Gayle - Duchess County Community College

Camp 3: July 22 - 25

Coach Gayle has over twenty years of experience as a player winning the PSAL NYC championship with Francis Lewis HS in Queens and playing on the collegiate level at Vassar where he was a four year starter while scoring over 1,000 points and grabbing over 1,000 rebounds in his career. Since his playing days Coach Gayle has moved onto coaching where he has coached at a number of AAU programs in New York City and in the Hudson Valley

 

Ralph Guerrero - Northampton Community College

Coach Guerrero has coached youth sports, high school and collegiate basketball for the last 8 years. He currently is the Assistant Men's Basketball Coach for Northampton Community College and runs the basketball program for the Pocono Family YMCA in Stroudsburg PA.

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Ben Newberg - Medgar Evers College

In 2015, Newberg was appointed Head Women's Basketball Coach at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC).  In his first season he guided the team to both post-seasons (CUNYAC & Region XV).  In 2016-17, BMCC finished with a 20-7 record overall, the best record in over a decade for the women's program.  That season also including two championship final appearances in the CUNYAC & Region XV. In the 2017-18 season, BMCC had their best CUNYAC record (8-2) under coach Newberg and  finished 18-7 on the year including another championship appearance in the CUNYAC.