ABOUT THE CAMP COST
WARHAWK The UWW Warhawk Wheelchair Basketball Camp will be The cost is $450 for resident campers attending the
conducted on the picturesque campus of the University Junior Warhawk Wheelchair Basketball Camp and $350
of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Our camp is going on its for commuting campers. Fees include room and board (for
fifteenth year of providing quality instruction, focusing resident campers), insurance, instructional costs, camp
exclusively on developing basketball skills. clothing, and administrative costs.
Athletes planning on attending this camp should be
extremely independent and have a strong interest in
competitive basketball. Athletes will participate in a
variety of stations focusing on both individual and team Any team sending five (5) or more players to the
concepts, and will be instructed by some of the best Wheelchair Basketball Camp can reduce their cost to
wheelchair basketball players in the world. $425 per camper or $325 for commuters, a $25 discount.
Campers should be prepared for at least seven hours of
basketball per day and able to take care of themselves HOUSING
in a university setting. Participation will be limited to The residence hall, where camp participants will stay, is
75 athletes. completely accessible, fully supervised, and located close
JUNE 13-17 This camp will offer the participant/athlete opportunities
to grow physically, mentally, and emotionally through
participation in a variety of sporting activities and
to all campus activities. Rooms are double occupancy.
Restroom and shower facilities are available.
through instruction with peers and camp staff.
Special emphasis will be placed on developing the skills FACILITIES
of self-esteem and self-determination. Participants will All facilities, including gymnasiums, tennis courts, track,
also have the opportunity to spend a week on a totally and University Fitness Center, are completely accessible.
accessible campus, experiencing university life and Our facilities feature the latest in Nautilus strength
gaining the experience of being away from home. All training equipment and aerobic training machines. All
campers are under the supervision of a professional and areas are accessible and checked well in advance to
highly trained staff. verify their appropriateness.
The over arching goal of this camp is to offer participants
the oppor tunit y to have fun, gain greater awareness
of their abilities, and build their independence and
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Boys and girls, ages 8 to 18, who have a mobility
impairment as their primary disability, are eligible to
attend. All levels of mobility are encouraged. Individuals
should have a willingness and ability to try several sports
using adaptive equipment and rules. Our prerequisite is a
good mental attitude.
Register Online at: http://camps.uww.edu
JEREMY LADE CAMP DIRECTOR INSURANCE WARHAWK WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL 2012
Camp Director Jeremy Lade will lead Each camper will be covered by a limited accident
a very talented and knowledgeable insurance policy. The insurance includes primary coverage Name:
staff of national, intercollegiate, and up to $7,500 and $300 maximum dental insurance.
Gender: Male Female Date of Birth:
Insurance does not cover pre-existing injuries and is for
community-based players and coaches.
accidents only. The cost of insurance is included in the School:
Jeremy has been a member of the USA
registration fee. Home Address:
National team program since 2001 and
has won several gold, silver, and bronze City: State: Zip:
medals at various competitions throughout the world. He Home Phone:
was the captain of Warhawk National Championship
teams in 2003 and 2004 and was named National Player
of the Year in 2005. Jeremy is the only individual to earn Email:
Intercollegiate National Championships in wheelchair Grade (Fall 2012): T-Shirt: S M L XL
basketball as both a player and a coach, having earned How did you hear about the camp:
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FLYING TO CAMP
Participants flying to the Wheelchair Basketball Camp
DAN PRICE ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR should fly in and out of General Mitchell International $25 Team Discount (5 or more players form the same team)
Assistant Camp Director Dan Price is the Head Coach Airport (MKE) in Milwaukee. To verify transportation,
of the UWW Women’s Wheelchair Basketball team. He please contact us at: 262-472-3169 or email@example.com Team Name:
brings years of experience coaching at all levels varying Resident $450 Commuter $350
June 13: Shuttle leaving airport at 1:00 p.m.
from the Courage Jr. Timberwolves to USA National Team.
June 17: Shuttle leaving UW-Whitewater at 7:00 a.m. Roommate Preference:
Application must include a non-refundable $100 deposit for each applicant.
Amount Enclosed $
STEVE WILSON DIRECTOR OF INSTRUCTION Make checks payable to UW-Whitewater or by phone with MasterCard or Visa.
Director of Instruction Steve Wilson, former head coach Mastercard Visa
of the USA National team (2005-2008), will be designing Credit Card #:
the curriculum that will challenge athletes of all ability Exp. Date: Name on Card:
levels. Steve provides years of coaching experience at
Register Online: http://camps.uww.edu
Register by Mail: Warhawk Wheelchair Basketball Camp, UW-Whitewater,
Roseman Building Room 2005, 800 West Main St., Whitewater, WI 53190
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-622-0350
JOHN MCCARTHEY DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS QUESTIONS Register by phone using MasterCard or Visa: 262-472-3165 or
Continuing Education Services 1-800-622-0350 (Mondays–Fridays, 7:45 a.m.–4:15 p.m.)
Director of Operations John McCarthy is a student at
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in several capacities for the last three years. He Monday-Friday 7:45 am -4:15 pm all rights that I may claim in relation to use of said photographs and/or videos.
has experience working with the National Champion
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