Shoreline Community College summer athletic camps for basketball and soccer start in one week

Monday, June 18, 2012

The Shoreline CC Athletic Department will kick-off the summer camp season in one week on June 25th with two sessions of boys and girls basketball camp and one girls soccer camp.

You may register for these camps at the SCC Athletic Camps and Clinic website. Other camps are planned for volleyball and softball. The entire schedule is available on the SCC Athletic website.
For more information on these camps, call 206/546-4746, Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm or by email.
  

SCC Basketball Coach Greg Turcott
Photo courtesy SCC Athletics

Basketball

Shoreline CC Men’s Basketball Coach, Greg Turcott, will lead two basketball camps for four days starting on Monday, June 25th. There will be a morning only session, from 9am to Noon and an all-day session from 9am to 4pm (one hour lunch at Noon). Both sessions are carried on at the same time in the morning. The camps will focus on basketball fundamentals such as shooting, dribbling, passing, defense and rebounding. The cost of the camps are $90 for the morning only session and $130 for all-day session.

Coach Turcott lead the SCC Men’s Basketball Team to a 19-12 record in 2011-12 and a 7th place finish in the NWAACC Basketball Championship, winning three games while losing just one. Turcott will begin this third season for SCC in 2012-13.

Aaron Howe, SCC Soccer Coach
Photo courtesy SCC Athletics

Girl's Soccer

SCC Women’s Soccer Coach, Aaron Howe, will lead a four day morning camp for girl soccer players at the SCC Soccer Field on the SCC campus from 9am to Noon starting on June 25th as well. Coach Howe finished his first season at SCC in the fall and took the Shoreline team to within one game of the NWAACC playoffs in his first season with a 8-7-5 record. Howe is also the Youth Development and Head Coach for the girls' U18 team, boys' U14 team, and boys' U10 team at WestSound F.C. which competes is the RCL (top club league in Washington).
The camp will be a fundamental development camp working on dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, goal keeping and overall offensive and defensive tactics.


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