2022 Camp Dates

June 20–24

Skills Development and Games

9AM-2PM

June 27–July 1

Intensified Shooting, Offensive Skills Stations and Games

9AM-2PM

July 11-15

Fundamentals and Games

9AM-2PM

July 18-22

Offensive Skills and Games

9AM-2PM

Typical Camp Day

8:00 – Gym Opens and Free Supervision/Extended Day Care

8:55 – Role Call/Warm-Up/Team Building

9:00 – Welcome/Warm Up

9:15- Clinic: Ball Handling Competitions & Drills

9:45 – Fundamentals Skill Station Work

10:15 – 3-on-3, 5-on-5 League Games

11:15 – Shooting Competitions

11:30 – Lunch At CUI Cafeteria

12:30 – Shooting Stations

1:30 – 5 on 5 League Games

1:55- Camper/Parent Talk, Dismissal

2:30-4pm- Late Pickup for $50 per week

About

Choose the camp(s) that fits your summer schedule best. There is no sequential order to our different camps; anyone can sign up for any camp. Children are grouped by age and experience. Our camps provide a solid foundation for first time players and a challenging curriculum for experienced players. We offer morning sessions, afternoon sessions, and all-day sessions. Positive encouragement and measured improvement of fundamental skills are trademarks of our camps, as well as players learning to work together in a team setting.

Our Day Camps provide the best environment anywhere for skill improvement. All of our Day Camps offer a solid foundation for all fundamentals of the game, motivation, and positive self-esteem. Our teaching progression takes into account age and skill differences. Coaches work with their teams all week to maximize individual and team development. Each day, camp will include instruction and drill work on shooting and other skill development. However, each week emphasizes different aspects of the game.

Fundamental & Skill Development Camp

These camps offer a solid foundation for all fundamentals of the game, motivation and positive self-esteem. Our teaching progression takes into account age and skill differences. One game per day and a tournament!

Shooting & Ball Handling Camp

These camps offer a solid foundation for all fundamentals and rules of the game, with a focus and extra time committed to developing skills in the areas of shooting and/or ball handling (depending on the title of the camp). One game per day and a tournament!

Games Camp

In our Games Camps, we continue to work on fundamentals with the bonus of two games a day and a tournament.

The goal of Eagle Basketball Camps is for all campers to work hard and feel good about themselves in a disciplined, highly-structured, motivated, fun environment. We place the child and his/her personal development ahead of the game. Positive encouragement and measured improvement of fundamental skills are trademarks of our camps, as well as players learning to work together in a team setting.

“MORE THAN CHAMPIONS”

The following is the main points of emphasis of Eagle Basketball Camps:

  • Positive Communication
  • Goal Setting
  • Good Manners
  • Fundamentals
  • Defensive Footwork
  • Discipline and Work Ethic
  • Positive Attitude
  • Team Attitude
  • Respect for Parents
  • Shooting and Ball Handling
  • 3-on-3
  • Games

Every Camper Receives

INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION

Small groups: 1 coach to every 7 campers.

COACHES

Outstanding college, high school & elementary coaches.

CAMP T-SHIRT

Eagle Basketball Camps special edition t-shirt.

AWARDS

Individual & Team Awards throughout camps.

OVERALL FUN TIME

Basketball camps are meant to be fun!

SHOOTING INSTRUCTION

Learn shooting tips and instruction from top-level coaches.

* Free additional championship T-shirts for 1st place teams and campers of the week.

Camp Directors

Ken Ammann

Head Coach, Concordia University Irvine

  • 2003, 2012 NAIA National Coach of the Year
  • 2003, 2012 NAIA National Champions
  • 2004, 2007 NAIA National Runners-Up
  • 2009, 2011 NAIA Elite Eight
  • 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 GSAC Champs
  • 2003, 2005, 2008, 2011, 2013 GSAC Tournament Champs
  • Concordia’s all-time winningest coach
  • Two-year starter at Stanford University
  • Two-time Academic All-American
  • Among Pac-10 leaders for Career 3PT FG%
  • 25 years experience as a camp director, including camps at San Jose State, Pepperdine, Azusa Pacific, Concordia and Legarza Basketball Camp (largest camp in CA)

Nolan Abernathy

Asst. Coach, Concordia University Irvine

Nolan Abernathy joined the Concordia University Irvine men’s basketball program in the summer of 2020 following two years as an assistant coach at Citrus College in Glendora, Calif.

During his two seasons at Citrus College, Nolan helped lead the Owls to a 45-17 record, including a 2019 CCCAA Final Four appearance and back to back Western State Conference championships. Over the course of those two seasons, 11 players moved on to play basketball at a four year school.

Abernathy played his sophomore season at Citrus College, before finishing his career playing for Coach Ammann at Concordia from 2012-2014, starting in 28 games and helping lead the Eagles to an NAIA national tournament appearance during his junior year.

Nolan graduated with his undergraduate degree in Business Administration, and went on to earn his Master’s degree in Coaching and Exercise Science through Concordia University as well.  He also brings 10 years of camp experience to this summer’s program.

Casey Norris

Asst. Coach, Concordia University Irvine

Casey Norris joined the Concordia University Irvine men’s basketball program in the summer of 2020 following the completion of three successful seasons as an assistant coach at Citrus College.

While at Citrus, Norris played a pivotal role in recruiting, player development, and coaching 16 players who went on to play college basketball at the four-year level. The Owls went a combined 72-22 during his time with the program, appearing in 2019 CCCAA Final Four, winning three straight conference championships, and three straight CCCAA playoff appearances.

Before getting into coaching at Citrus College, Norris played two seasons at Ohlone College, a year at Loyola Marymount, and his final season at California Baptist University. At CBU, Norris helped lead the Lancers to a 26-5 record and a NCAA Division II playoff berth.

Casey graduated from Loyola Marymount University in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in communications. He completed his master’s degree in sports management in 2017.  Coach Norris has worked and directed camps for over a decade.

Brandon Billups

Asst. Coach, Concordia University Irvine

Brandon Billups enters his first season with the CUI Men’s Basketball program in 2020-21.

The Irvine native returns to Orange County after spending the last 2 seasons at CSUN. He served as the program’s video coordinator where he was in charge of all film components for the Matadors.

Billups also served as a student manager at TCU from 2013-2017 under both Trent Johnson and Jamie Dixon. During his time at TCU, the program began its ascension to national prominence, which included a 2017 NIT Championship.

Billups graduated from TCU in 2017, earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies, and brings 8 years of camp experience to our program.

Frequently Asked Questions

Choose the camps that fit your summer schedule the best. There is no sequential order to our different day camps; anyone can sign up for all the camps. Campers are grouped by age and ability. Our camps provide a solid foundation for the first time players and a challenging curriculum for experienced players.

We will send you a confirmation email with detailed information concerning check-in times and directions before camp starts.

If your child falls under the aforementioned conditions, please do not send your child to camp. Please communicate with the Camp Director. You will receive a prorated refund for the day(s) your child was not able to attend camp.

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Contact Us

Nolan Abernathy

Phone: (949) 214-3229

Email: [email protected]

Location

Concordia University Irvine

1530 West Concordia, Irvine, CA 92612