Basketball Camps

Gain valuable playing time
and instruction

2016 Hawks Basketball Camps:

Camp Directors

Coach Matt Svehla / matt@northeast.edu / (402) 844-7316

  • 23 seasons as Northeast Community College Women's Head Basketball Coach
  • 15 Conference Championships
  • 15-time Nebraska Conference Coach of the Year
  • 2013 and 2016 Region IX Champions
  • Two-time Region IX Coach of the Year
  • 2016 District K Coach of the Year
  • Played for the Nebraska Cornhuskers
  • Stresses fundamentals and execution

Coach Dan Anderson / dana@northeast.edu / (402) 844-7315

  • 28 years in coaching college basketball
  • Four-time Nebraska Conference Coach of the Year
  • Two-time Region IX Coach of the Year
  • Believer in up-tempo basketball, strong inside game, and man-to-man defense

Additional camp staff includes area coaches and College players.

All campers will be responsible for providing their own accident insurance policy. We ask that each camper inform us on his/her application of any allergies or other physical problem.


About the Camps Offered:

Boys/Girls Skills Camp
Grades 3-9

June 13-15, 2016
Mon., Tues., Wed.

Girls: 9:00-11:30 am
Boys: 1:00-3:30 pm

Cost: $60, includes t-shirt

We offer a positive alternative to high priced, week-long camps. The basic philosophy of the camp emphasis is individual skills and teamwork.

Boys/Girls Position & Shooting Camp
Grades 5-12

June 20-22, 2016
Mon., Tues., Wed.

Girls: 9:00-11:30 am
Boys: 1:00-3:30 pm

Cost: $60, includes t-shirt

This camp will address all of the basic fundamentals, but there will be specific position skills taught to play the perimeter and the post positions. The camp will also teach and emphasize proper shooting technique.

Boys/Girls 4-on-4 Leauge
Grades 5-8

Girls: Thurs. - June 2, 9, and 16, 2016
Boys: Fri. - June 3, 10, 17, 2016

Times: 8:00 am-2:30 pm

Cost: $25 per player, includes t-shirt

The 4-on-4 League has been extremely popular because of the exciting, up-tempo concept. The League allows players to handle the basketball more because of smaller team size and the court is less crowded.