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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 434-223-6160 Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943 P.O. Box 698 Hampden-Sydney Basketball Camps Hampden-Sydney College Basketball Basketball Camps Application $100 non-refundable deposit for camp Name: ________________________________ Address: ______________________________ City/State/Zip: _________________________ Camps ______________________________________ Home Phone: (______) __________________ Parent/Guardian: _______________________ Bus. Phone: (______) ____________________ Email: ________________________________ Age: ______ o Day Camper o Boarder Shirt Size: Child: o S o M o L Adult: o S o M o L o XL Make checks payable to Hampden-Sydney Basketball Camp. Camp deposit must accompany this form. Camp deposit is non-refundable. Mail To: Coach Dee Vick Hampden-Sydney Basketball Camp P.O. Box 698 Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943 Space is limited and applications will be accepted on a first-come / first-served basis. INSTRUCTIONAL CAMP July 24–27 For Boys and Girls Ages 7–18 Instructional Camp LARRY BLUNT is in his third season July 24–27 as Hampden-Sydney assistant basket- Meals and Lodging ball coach. Prior to Hampden-Sydney, $325 (Boarders) Room and board is provided on the College cam- Blunt was with Division II Shaw Uni- $200 (Day Campers) pus. All campers live in comfortable, air-condi- versity, who competes in the storied tioned dorms and meals are served in the College Our four day instructional CIAA conference alongside national dining hall. camp will consist of teaching Division II powers Virginia Union and Virginia State. the fundamentals of offense, A native of Courtland, Virginia, Blunt was a two-year team defense, ball handling, letterman in football at Elizabeth City State University Medical Care and Insurance shooting, passing, and free before transferring to James Madison University where Southside Community Hospital is conveniently throw shooting. The camp in- he completed his collegiate career with the Dukes. Blunt located near the College. An athletic trainer will cludes stations that teach the graduated from JMU in May 2005 with a degree in Pub- be on duty at all sessions of the camp. All campers fundamentals of the game, lic Administration. are covered by accident insurance. Each camper is individual competition and required to have a medical examination by his or five-on-five team play. All RALLY AXSELLE came to Hampden- her physician. games and individual com- Sydney with 17 years of coaching expe- petitions conclude with a rience in the high school and college camp championship and competition finals at the end ranks. He spent the previous two years To Enroll of the week. Overnight stay is optional. For boarders, as the head coach at Deep Run High Complete the attached application and mail it drop off time is 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 24 and pick School in Glen Allen, Virginia. He also along with the camp deposit to reserve your spot up at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27. served at Mills Godwin High School in Richmond and at camp. Camp applications and medical forms as a head coach for a Richmond AAU team for boys 15 are also available on our web site at www.hsc.edu/ and under. On the college level he served as an assis- athletics. Click on the link for basketball and look Directors tant coach at the University of Texas at Dallas and as for information under Basketball Camps. Once an intern for the Virginia Commonwealth Ram’s men’s your application has been received, you will be DEE VICK, in his eigth season with basketball team. Axselle is a 1997 graduate of VCU and a sent information concerning the details of your Hampden-Sydney and third as head 1999 graduate of VCU’s master’s program with a master’s selected camp. If you have any questions, contact coach, will serve as camp director. A in teaching. He lives in Richmond with his wife Angela Dee Vick at 434-223-6160. 1994 graduate of Hampden-Sydney, and their two children, Rival (7) and Knox (3). Vick was a three-year starter and helped lead H-SC to two ODAC champion- ships and two appearances in the NCAA Division III Sweet 16. After graduation, Vick served as an assistant to Tony Shaver at H-SC for five seasons, guiding the Tigers to four ODAC championships and four NCAA Tour- nament appearances, including a berth in the NCAA Division III national championship game in 1999. Vick went on to coach in the Division I ranks at East Caro- lina University, the University of South Carolina and College of Charleston before reuniting with Shaver as his top assistant at William and Mary from 2003–2008. Vick and his wife, Krissy, have two daughters, Ellie (11) and Sallie (9) and a son, Ran (7), each of whom will be attending camp.
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