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McCracken Basketball Camps Celebrates Its 56th Summer

March 26, 2018

Founded in 1963 by Indiana University Hall-of-Fame Coach Branch McCracken, McCracken Basketball Camps enters its 56th year of summer basketball training. The 2018 camp schedule features 12 locations across the Midwest with day and overnight programs in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin. Train with the McCracken family at long-time favorites like  the summer basketball camps at Adrian College and Olivet College or check out new camps at Northwood University and Henry County YMCA.

Director Todd German states, “We are looking forward to our 56th summer, offering both overnight and day camps for boys and girls of all skill levels. We’re setting up another outstanding staff with many returning counselors and have added a new take-home folder that each camper will receive that includes a camp certificate, awards, and drills and practice tips to help each athlete become the best player he or she can possibly be.”

Having taught over 125,000 players since its inception, McCracken Basketball Camps has fine-tuned its training to all skill levels – from the younger player who is just learning the game to the advanced high school varsity athlete wanting to continue to the collegiate or professional level. Director Todd German and his staff continue to offer the quality instruction that players and parents. If you’re located in the Midwest, McCracken Basketball Camps has a camp for you!

About US Sports Camps
US Sports Camps (USSC), headquartered in San Rafael, California, is America's largest sports camp network and the licensed operator of NIKE Sports Camps. The company has offered summer camps since 1975 with the same mission that defines it today: to shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement.

Players, Coaches, Parents and others interested in the McCracken Camps can visit www.McCrackenCamps.com or call 1-800-645-3226

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