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Beginning Saturday Jan. 5 Coerver will be back at The Zone for 1 extensive 6-week session.
Coerver, a technical development program for youth soccer players that is brought to you by Coerver Coaching, and their international partner, Adidas, is world-renowned. It is taught in 43 countries worldwide.
Players learn how to use the skills of the world's greatest players, become quicker with and without the ball, develop first touch passing, 1 on 1 moves and finishing, enjoy their moves with Coerver small-sided games and develop and improve their conditioning.DATES : JAN. 5 - FEB. 9 (SESSION #2)
DATES: MONDAY-TUESDAY JUNE 25-26, 2018
FOR: BOYS & GIRLS GRADES K-9
TIMES: 10:00AM - 12:00PM (GRADES K-5) 1:00PM - 3:00PM (GRADES 6-9)
COST: $75 PER SESSION (INCLUDES CAMP T-SHIRT); SPECIAL OFFER: Register 1 camper, get 2nd 1 50% off
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: JUNE 17
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be part of one of the best basketball camps around! The Robbie Hummel Basketball camp has it all. Robbie, an All-American at Purdue, former professional basketball player and current ESPN and Big Ten Network college basketball analyst, and his coaches are very hands on and will teach your son and/or daughter the fundamentals of the game. This camp is geared for players of all ages and skill levels. Be sure to attend this one-of-a-kind camp with one of the greatest players to ever wear a Purdue uniform and play in the Big Ten.
DATES: THURSDAY-FRIDAY JUNE 13-14, 2019
FOR: BOYS & GIRLS GRADES K-8TIMES: SESSION 1 = 10 a.m.-Noon (Grades K-5); 1-3 p.m. (Grades 6-8)
COST: $80 PER SESSION (INCLUDES CAMP T-SHIRT)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 31
The Zone is happy to unveil the Jordan Mount & Dwayne Morton Basketball Clinic (M&M Clinic).
This no-nonsense, high intensity clinic will focus on the fundamentals of the game with the emphasis being on dribbling, shooting, passing, footwork, defensive stance, rebounding and much more.
Both Jordan and Dwayne are coaches in The Zone's Indiana Elite travel basketball program.
Jordan played basketball at Ancilla College and is currently a student at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis.
For several years Jordan has helped his grandfather, state of Indiana hoops icon Rick Mount, instruct hundreds of players at the Rick Mount Shooting School throughout the Hoosier State.
The 1990 Kentucky Mr. Basketball winner chose the University of Louisville over Kentucky and Temple. At Louisville, he became one of the greatest Cardinals ever for Coach Denny Crum, averaging 15 points per game. His 46 percent 3-point shooting still ranks No. 1 in Louisville history.
Dwayne finished his collegiate career with 1,428 points and 398 rebounds.
He was drafted by the Golden State Warriors, played in the NBA and then played for nearly two decades professionally overseas.
The clinic is geared for players of all skill levels so make sure your son and/or daughter is part of this special opportunity to learn the most important facets of the game from two players who live, sleep, eat, breathe roundball 24/7.
DATE: WEDNESDAY JULY 10, 2019
FOR: BOYS AND GIRLS, AGES 10-18
SESSION I: 9-12 p.m. July 11 (Max # for each session = 30)
SESSION II: 1-4 p.m. July 11 (Max # for each session = 30)
COST: $85 per session (includes t-shirt, Rick Mount Shooting DVD, Progress Report)/$135 for both sessions; $75 if you sign up before June 17
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 1
Arguably the greatest shooter in college basketball history and certainly the best in Indiana high school history - Rick Mount - is returning to The Zone this summer!
The Rick Mount Shooting School is back at The Zone for the 3rd straight year and provides boys and girls the unique opportunity to learn the art of shooting from someone that most people believe shot the rock better than anyone on the planet.
Rick Mount, an Indiana high school basketball and Purdue legend, has taught shooting for more than four decades.
From 1967-70, Rick Mount put together what remains the most prolific scoring career in Purdue history. In three seasons (freshman could not play back then per NCAA rules), Mount piled up 2,323 points over the next three seasons, averaging 32.3 points per game (without the benefit of the three-point shot).
During the 1968-69 season the Boilermakers won the Big Ten and reached the national title game, Rick took home consensus All-America accolades.
Rick repeated as a consensus All-American as a senior after averaging a league-record 35.4 points per game.
The three-time All-Big Ten first team selection was drafted No. 1 overall by the Indiana Pacers in the 1970 ABA draft and went on to play five professional seasons.
Recently Rick, who was the first high school player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated, was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.