Brownell Summer Camp Announcements

Brownell Summer Camp Announcements


Brownell Summer Camp Announcements


By Staff Report.

CLEMSON, SC – Men’s basketball coach Brad Brownell has announced openings for both of his summer camps, the boys individual/overnight camp held June 12-15 as well as the team camp held June 17-19. Brownell and his coaching staff will be in charge of instruction for both camps, which will be held on the Clemson University campus.
The boys individual/overnight camp will be held Sunday, June 12 through Wednesday, June 15. Three different packages are offered for campers. The rate for campers requiring room and board is $425, which includes meals provided at the dining halls. The rate for commuter campers is $275. Lunch and dinner will be provided for commuters. The rate for day campers is $180, excluding the cost of meals. Boarding and commuter packages are available to boys entering fourth through the 12th grade, while day camp packages are available to boys entering second through fifth grade.
Applications for the individual/overnight camp are available online at For more information on the individual/overnight camp, contact Susan Ruark of the men’s basketball office at 864-656-1954 or by email at
The Brad Brownell Team Camp will be held Friday, June 17 through Sunday, June 19. Teams must consist of a minimum of eight players, and play will be divided into five levels (three at varsity level, two at junior varsity level). The overnight rate is $230 per camper. The commuter rate is $160 with all meals paid, or $130 without paid meals, or $70 with no meals and no games on Sunday.
Team camp applications are available online at  From the home page, click on ‘athletic department’ and then follow to the camps link to find the form.  For more information on the team camp, contact Director of Basketball Operations Dick Bender at 864-656-1968 or by email at



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