Bulldog Girls Basketball Camp
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the deadline for camp registration?
Little Dribblers Deadline: June 7th
Big Dog Day Camp Session I Deadline: June 7th
Shooting Camp Deadline: June 10th
Guard Development Camp Deadline: June 15th
Big Dog Day Camp Session I Deadline: June 15th
Junior High Camp Deadline: June 15th
Post Development Camp Deadline: June 17th
*We will put a limit on camp size in order to insure a quality camp. Contact the women's basketball office about the availability of spots remaining by phone at 515-271-2165.
Are camp deposits refundable?
Deposits are non-refundable. We order products, hire staff, and rent facilities based on our camp numbers. We will also have a waiting list for most camps.
What is the staff to camper ratio?
We will always have a 10/1 instructor to camper ratio to insure each camper is getting instruction and positive reinforcement.
What will my camper receive for attending camp?
All individual campers will receive a camp t-shirt and camp basketball. Awards are given to contest winners at both the Elite and Junior High Skills Camps. Big Dog participants will receive player evaluations and contest ribbons.
What meals are provided?
Big Dog Day Campers: Only Pizza Party on Wednesday or Thursday. No other meals provided.
Shooting Campers: Lunch is provided over noon hour.
How much $ should I send with my camper?
Drake Apparel will be on sale during camp:
$20 for shorts
$12 for T-shirts
$27 Combo Bargain!
Overnight campers may wish to purchase pizza or get snacks in the dorm. $15 should be more than enough.
What do I bring to camp?
Day Campers: Wear court shoes, T-shirt (Drake stuff is always good), shorts, a water bottle and a great attitude.
Overnight Campers: Towel, sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, extra socks, shorts, T-shirts, Pizza/snack $, phone card, water bottle, alarm clock, and a great attitude.
Where do we go to check-in on the first day of camp?
Day Campers: Check-in for all day campers will be at the Knapp Center
Overnight Campers: Check-in is at the dorm (this location will be mailed once we receive the camp deposit).
Is there a trainer on staff?
Yes, we will have a certified trainer at all our camps. Campers need to bring any important medical information with them. A signed medical release form must be received before the camper can participate. All campers must carry their own insurance.
Bulldog Girls Basketball Camp and Drake University cannot be responsible for injuries sustained at camp. An athletic trainer will be on hand for all sessions, and a doctor is on call. We recommend that each camper be in excellent physical condition. This not only prevents injuries, but also make the learning process much easier.
Can I choose my roommate?
Put the camper you’d like to room with on your registration form. Make sure the person you put down has also requested you as a roommate and sent their deposit in. Campers are housed two to a room. We can put groups of campers next to each other on the same floor.
Is there supervision in the dorms for Overnight Camps?
Each floor will have current Drake players staying overnight. A member of the coaching staff will also be staying in the dorm. Campers will know and understand our dorm policies so everyone is safe.
All Drake University sports camps are open to any and all applicants and are limited only by
the number of slots available per camp and the age, grade level and/or gender of the participant.