2019 Camp Dates

Campers attending both morning and afternoon sessions will receive free snacks & lunch at the Concordia University Cafeteria ($60 value).
Half-day campers will receive free snacks, water and juice for the week ($12.50 value)
EARLY SIGN UP SPECIAL-DISCOUNTED PRICE until May 15th .

June 17-21

Camp 1:
Fundamentals & Games

9 AM to Noon

Camp 2:
Shooting & Games

1 PM to 4 PM

June 24-28

• Sold Out •

July 8-12

Camp 5 & 6:
Intensified Shooting, Offensive Skills Stations & Games

9 AM to Noon

1 PM to 4 PM

July 15-19

Camp 7:
Offensive Skills & Games

9 AM to Noon

Camp 8:
Fundamentals & Games

1 PM to 4 PM

July 22-26

Camp 9:
Skills Development & Games

9 AM to Noon

Camp 10:
Shooting, 3v3 Skills Training & Games

1 PM to 4 PM

Additional Questions

Please contact Stephen Ferry before or after registering for any additional questions or special circumstances.

Contact

Typical Camp Day

8:00 – Gym Opens and Free Supervision/Extended Day Care
8:55 – Role Call/Warm-Up/Team Building
9:00 – Clinic: Ball Handling Competitions & Drills
9:15 – Fundamentals Skill Station Work
9:45 – 3-on-3, 5-on-5 League Games
10:30 – Shooting Competitions
10:50 – Water/Snack Break
11:00 – 5 On 5 League Games
11:50 – Camper/Parent Talk
12:00 – Lunch at Concordia Award-winning Cafeteria

1:00 – Role Call/Warmup
1:10 – Clinic: Shooting Form And Technique
1:30 – Shooting Stations
2:00 – Knockout Competition Finals
2:15 – 3-on-3, 5-on-5 League Play
2:45 – Team Meetings: Goal-setting
3:00 – Plyometric/Skill Stations
3:30 – 5-on-5 League Games
4:00 – Camper/Parent Talk – Campers Dismissed
4-4:30 – Free Extended Supervision

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. Shooting camps will include video analysis of each camper’s shot.

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

BASKETBALL

Eagle Basketball Camps rubber basketball.

INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION

Small groups: 1 coach to every 7 campers.

DROP-OFF & PICK-UP

No charge for early drop-off or late pick-up.

CAMP T-SHIRT

Eagle Basketball Camps special edition t-shirt.

AWARDS

Individual & Team Awards throughout camps.

COACHES

Outstanding college, high school & elementary coaches.

OVERALL FUN TIME

Basketball camps are meant to be fun!

SHOOTING INSTRUCTION

Learn shooting tips and instruction from top-level coaches.

REPORT CARDS

Report cards & written evaluations will be handed out.

* 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)

Matt McConnell

Asst. Coach, Concordia University Irvine

  • Played at Central Arizona College, where he was a dual-sport athlete, starting two seasons for the basketball and baseball teams.
  • His freshman season he finished second in the country in free throw percentage (92%), while leading his team in three point shooting and assists.
  • Assistant Coach at Dobson High School in Mesa, AZ, working under his father Rick McConnell. He helped lead Dobson to three state tournament appearances in his three seasons.
  • Earned bachelor’s in sports industry operations from Metro State in 2009 and completed a Master’s in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia in 2015.

Stephen Ferry

Asst. Coach, Concordia University Irvine

  • Played for Concordia from 2013-2016. In 2014-15, Ferry was a member of the Eagle team that went 27-8 overall, 13-3 in the GSAC conference. and earned a spot in the NAIA national tournament for the 11th time.
  • Originally from Milwaukee Wisconsin, Ferry graduated from Concordia in 2015 with his bachelor’s in History and completed his masters of Coaching and Athletic Administration in 2016
  • This will be his 3rd season under Head Coach Ken Ammann

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.

What Parents Are Saying

Contact Us

Stephen Ferry

Phone: 949.214.3229

Email: eaglesbasketballcamp1@gmail.com

Location

Concordia University Irvine

1530 West Concordia, Irvine, CA 92612