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PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BOYS FUNDAMENTAL CAMP IS FULL. PLEASE CONSIDER THE ALL-LEVEL CAMP, WHICH IS A FUNDAMENTAL CAMP WITH A POSITION CAMP RUNNING AT THE SAME TIME, BUT NOT MIXED TOGETHER.
PLEASE VISIT OUR CAMP OF CHAMPS WEBSITE AT: TABCCAMPOFCHAMPS.COM
TABC ON-LINE CAMP BROCHURE 2003
TABC operates two kinds of camps. The FUNDAMENTAL CAMP is primarily for campers in junior high and below.
If you child is going into high school next school year, TABC suggests talking to your child’s coach about
which camp to attend.
Our POSITION CAMPS are for players who have had at least some junior varsity playing experience and who
would like to concentrate on specific players positions. TABC welcomes entire teams to attend this camp but
also encourages individual players to participate in these camps as well. Again, if you are unsure which
camp to attend, TABC recommends consulting your player’s coach.
At the Camp of Champs, campers who attend the fundamentals session will get intensive
instruction in the basic skills of shooting, passing, ball handling, playing defense plus hours and hours
of various competitions and team play. Older campers taking part in our position camp will also find
ities for competitive play as well as emphasis on individual offensive and defensive skills specific
to his/her desired positions.
A TYPICAL DAY AT CAMP:
Participants in the TABC Camp of Champs do not take time out for movies, swimming, or
field trips. Unless they are eating or sleeping they’re in the gym working hard! A day at the Camp
of Champs begins at 8 AM and usually doesn’t end until 9 or 10 in the evening (except on the last day of
camp). Overnight campers must be dressed and ready for breakfast by 7 AM so that work can being on
schedule. Parents who wish to bring their campers to camp each day should provide for their own breakfast
and have them there ready to go to work by 8 each morning.
The parent must make his/her child’s own travel arrangements to and from camp. TABC will provide
transportation to and from the Austin Bergstrom airport for $25 for both ways and $15 one way. Notification
and payment must be received in our office no later than two (2) weeks before the child’s camp begins if
transportation will be required from and to the airport.
ABOUT OUR CAMPS AND STAFF:
The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) is an organization comprised of almost 3000
basketball coaches on both the high school and junior high levels. We held our first camp in the summer
of 1986 and since then our reputation has grown as one of the most unique and well-run basketball camps in
the state. This year our camps will be held on the beautiful campus of Southwestern University in
Georgetown. The university offers gym anddorm facilities that are state-of-the-art and offer all campers
an extremely positive camping experience. All TABC camps emphasize hard work in a positive environment.
Our coach-to-camper ratio does not exceed 10:1 which ensures that each player gets the same kind of individual
attention that he/she would get on their own home court. Each of our camps will have a limited enrollment
so register early to avoid disappointment. The Camp of Champs coaching staff is made up exclusively of TABC
member coaches who direct some of the top high school programs in the state. In most cases, coaches will
return for several years to work because they love the kids and the kids love them! No coach is hired
without a completed application and a thorough check done on his/her qualifications. Overseeing the
girls camp this year will be Kyle Short, girls varsity coach at Spearman, and Wayne Johnson, who heads
up the girls program at Goldthwaite. Directing the boys camps this year will be Coach Stan Leech of Boerne
High School and his assistant, Jon Youngblood of Newman Smith HS in Carrollton.
WHO TO CONTACT FOR INFORMATION?
Should you have any questions regarding registration, payments, balances, transportation or
anything that does not deal with the actual camp operation, please call our TABC Office at 281-313-8222.
Our office hours are Monday-Friday; 9AM to 5 PM. If you have specific questions regarding our
camps that we cannot answer here in our office, please call the appropriate camp director as they are
anxious to be of assistance. FOR GIRLS CAMPS: You can reach director KYLE SHORT at school at
806-659-2564 or home 806-659-5227; assistant director WAYNE JOHNSON at school at 915-648-3215 or 6103
or at home 915-938-5499. FOR BOYS CAMPS: Director STAN LEECH at be reached at school at 830-849-5191
or home 830-249-9208; assistant director JON YOUNGBLOOD can be reached at school at 972-389-3941 or
Camp tuition may be paid in full when the application is sent to us. A $50 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit
will hold a reservation and will be deducted from the overall camp cost. Complete payment information
will be mailed to the camper when the application is received in our office. Campers MUST have a paid
in full balance before they leave for camp. A camper’s information brochure detailing items to bring
and other necessary information will be mailed to the camper at least two (2) weeks prior to his/her camp
CAMP DATES AND GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION:
Girls Position: June 8th - 10th
Girls Fundamental: June 11th - 14th
Boys Fundamental: June 16th - 19th
Boys Position: June 20th –22nd
All Level: June 23rd - 26th
All camps will be held at Southwestern University in Georgetown, which is located
25 miles north of Austin on IH-35.
OFFICIAL CAMP APPLICATION
Home Phone (including area code)__________________________________________________________
Grade Next Year____________________________________________________Age____________________
Please circle: Male Female
Basketball Position Played (please circle one):
Point Guard Wing Post Forward
Emergency name and phone # (please include area code)____________________________________
Name of school camper will attend next fall_______________________________________________
PLEASE CHECK CAMP DESIRED: ONE CHECK ONLY!
________ Girls Position: June 8th - 10th ($255) _______Day Camper ($195)
________ Girls Fundamental: June 11th - 14th ($295) _______Day Camper ($195)
_______ Boys Fundamental: June 16th - 19th ($295) _______Day Camper ($195)
_______ Boys Position: June 20th –22nd ($255) _______Day Camper ($195)
_______Boys All Level: June 23rd - 26th ($295) _______Day Camper ($195)
A NON-REFUNDABLE deposit of $50 MUST accompany each application. Please use only one application per camp.
Send all payments (deposits and payments) to: TABC, PO BOX 2886, Sugar Land, TX 77487-2886. Do not send
application or payments to the university. THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT MUST BE SIGNED
PARENT/GUARDIAN AND SHOULD BE READ CAREFULLY. I hereby give my permission for my child to participate in
the CAMP OF CHAMPS.
This authorization shall waive, release and absolve the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) and
its staff, members, board of directors, officers, employees and sponsors from any and all liability for injury
or illness incurred at camp TABC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS STOLEN OR LEFT BY MY CHILD
WHILE AT CAMP. I
give the staff permission to act for me according to its best judgment in any emergency. I also certify that
the above applicant has no physical problems which would impede his/her participation at the TABC CAMP OF
CHAMPS other than those listed on an attached sheet of paper. I do understand that parents/guardians
are solely responsible for ALL medical expenses due to injury or illness by the camper while at camp.
TABC On-line Camper Information Brochure
• All campers should check-in between the hours of 9-11 AM, at the following
location on the first day of camp: Southwestern University in Georgetown—Robertson
Center. Here they will receive instructions, be assigned rooms (requests for roommates
will be made at this time), and be briefed on the schedule. Camp will start at noon.
• Except for opening day, all day campers should be at camp and ready for a full
day of activity at 8 AM sharp. TABC does not serve breakfast to day campers but lunch
and dinner is provided as part of the tuition cost. Day campers should be picked up each
evening by 10 PM. Exact times and place of pick-up will be announced at check-in on the
first day of camp.
• All camps will conclude with an awards ceremony. You will be given the time and
location of this ceremony when your child checks in at camp. Please make arrangements
for prompt pick-up of campers.
• No camper is permitted to use an automobile while attending camp. All car keys
will be collected at registration and not returned until camp is concluded.
OUR RULES ARE SIMPLE BUT THEY MUST BE OBEYED!
• Respect the property of others. Do not take anything from other campers, their
dorm rooms, the lobby, gym or anywhere else without permission. Do not enter another
camper’s room without permission.
• Campers should call their parents to keep them informed of how things are
progressing at camp.
• Be sure to bring your own laundry detergent for washing clothes as this is not
provided by TABC or the university.
• Don’t forget extra shoelaces, one of which may be used to carry your room key so
that it may be found easily. $25 WILL BE CHARGED FOR LOST KEYS.
• Extra spending money may be brought to camp for concessions, t-shirts, and pizza
(in your room at night). WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU SECURE YOUR MONEY IN THE CAMP
BANK. Your remaining BALANCE WILL BE RETURNED to you at the conclusion of camp. PLEASE
BE SURE AND ASK FOR IT!
• Shower daily and keep your room clean.
• Always be on time for camp activities. Make sure your alarm is set so that you
don’t miss any part of your schedule.
• USE OR POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO/TOBACCO PRODUCTS, OR ILLEGAL DRUGS WILL
RESULT IN IMMEDIATE EXPULSION FROM CAMP.
• Never leave the gym area or dorm alone unless you have permission from your
coach, commissioner, or one of the camp directors.
• The camp directors must approve any room changes. Stay in your assigned room.
YOUR ROOM SHOULD BE LOCKED ANYTIME THAT YOU ARE NOT IN IT.
• NEVER LEAVE CAMP WITHOUT PERMISSION!! (Day campers remember…….CHECK OUT!)
• Treat other campers, coaches and campus staff with respect. Have a great
attitude. You are coming to camp to learn and to improve your game. . .get your money’s
• REPORT ALL INJURIES/ILLNESSES to the trainer or your coach IMMEDIATELY! Report
all medications to the trainer during check-in and make him aware of any special medical
• Going to camp by automobile? To arrive at Southwestern University in Georgetown,
travel I-35 into Georgetown and take exit (Hwy. 29 E). Flying into the Austin airport?
Let the TABC office know at least ONE (1) week before camp begins and we’ll provide
transportation to and from the airport. The transportation fees are $15 for one way and
$25 for roundtrip.
• Need to contact the TABC office? Our office hours are 9AM-5PM, Monday-Friday.
Our phone number is (281) 313-8222.
HERE IS A LIST OF RECOMMENDED SUPPLIES
• Alarm clock
• Bedding for a twin-size bed. (Some campers, especially those flying into camp,
like to bring a sleeping bag with pillow, blanket, etc. rolled up for easier handling).
• Personal toilet items including soap, deodorant, shampoo and the like
• Any medication you might need. (If you do bring medication, even Tylenol/Advil,
please by sure to alert the coaches and/or camp staff that you have done so in order to
see if there are any special instructions that must be followed.)
• Please bring your ankle brace/knee brace and tape if you need these areas taped
• Shorts and shirts for at least two changes daily. T-shirts should contain no
advertising for rock bands, cigarettes or beer nor should they have obscene slogans or
• Socks for at least two changes for each day.
• Shoes for casual wear and shoes in which to play basketball. Basketball shoes
must be well broken in and be worn ONLY while in the gym floor.
• Towels and washcloths for the week.
Last Updated: 05/27/03
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