Midwest 3 on 3 is excited to provide athletes a chance to develop their basketball skills in a FUN environment in 2020! Each camp will provide an opportunity for youth to improve by focusing on individual skill development and implementing those skills in a 3 on 3 setting. This provides a unique blend of skill development and competition. Emphasis will be placed on teamwork, leadership, and skill work while challenging each kid to get outside of their comfort zone. Get more 1 on 1 attention as our experienced staff guarantees a 9-1 player to coach ratio at an exceptional value of less than $10/hour for our 4-day camps.
My son is really enjoying camp. He seems to be more excited every day. He's all gung-ho about his goals and I'm helping him write them down and hang them up at home. I love that this teaches them skills for not just sports, but for school, work, and life in general. - Christa (Parent)
The kids loved the different games that were played. We have attend many camps this summer and this one was by far his favorite. Thank you! - Ryan (Parent)
What an incredibly well run program!! Our kids loved the camp and learned a ton of valuable skills. I would highly recommend this for anyone with a love for the game! - Missy (Parent)
The 3 on 3 leagues are amazing so I had to try the clinic and I must say it was well worth the money. I drove all the way from Farmington and I would do it again in a heartbeat. My daughter was raving about it the whole way home. Great job and we are definitely looking forward to the next one! - Kevin (Parent)
"Thank you for hosting such a great week! Riley could not stop talking about all the things she learned! She took her dad out at 9pm to show him all the drills she learned at camp!! Please let us know if you plan on having any more camps like this in the future" -Jenny (Parent)
"My son really enjoyed the different types of skill sessions you worked on. He already got up this morning, went to the basement, turned on the music and started his workout you did yesterday." - Nicole (Parent)
Each camp will be directed by Pat Freeman. Pat brings 14 years of camp experience and has directed clinics with Karl-Anthony Towns, Zach LaVine, Lindsay Whalen, Maya Moore and other professional athletes. Pat's daily energy and enthusiasm brings out the best in every player. Pat has worked with many successful high school and college players that have attended the following universities: Marquette University, University of Wisconsin, University of Colorado, University of Missouri, University of Vermont, University of Nebraska-Omaha, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Northern State University, and many more!
Pat currently trains some of the top high school players in the state as well as younger players in the beginning stages of their basketball careers. Pat's positive, encouraging personality and ability to challenge each player, no matter their age or skill level, make him one of the top basketball trainers in Minnesota.
Camp : Midwest 3 on 3 Shooting & Scoring Thanksgiving Camp
Camp Description : Midwest 3 on 3 is excited to provide athlets a chance to develop their basketball skills in a FUN environment over MEA Break! Our Shooting & Scoring Camp will specifically focus on shooting and scoring fundamentals. Cultivate great habits and confidence with a daily practice routine. Learn how to develop a shooter's mindset and mental toughness in all situations. Improve the consistency and speed of your shot emphasizing balance and other important shooting tips! Emphasis will be placed on teamwork, leadership, finishing moves, footwork and shooting fundamentals while challenging each kid to get outside their comfort zone. Our experienced staff guarantees at least a 9-1 player to coach ratio.
Where : Maple Grove Middle School
When : Wednesday, November 25th, 9:00am - 3:00pm
Who : Boys & Girls Grades 2 - 5 / 6 - 8. Camp groups will be split by player grade, gender, skill level and friend requests.
Cost : $69 Early Bird Pricing ends November 4th at midnight.
$79 after November 4th
*This camp has sold out in the past so we will likely have to cap registrations in the days leading up to camp.