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story.lead_photo.caption Lady Mulerider head basketball coach Adam Collins, who completed his first season this year, is in the huddle with his team during a game. He and the Lady Muleriders have planned several camps.

Southern Arkansas women’s basketball program has announced a series of summer camps that will take place during the months of June and July inside the W.T. Watson Center.

The program, under second-year head coach Adam Collins, will offer two elite camps the first of which is scheduled for June 8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The second elite camp offering is set for Aug. 3 with the same times. The elite camp is for athletes entering grades 9th through 12th and each elite camp is limited to 40 campers and the cost of the camp is $80 per camper. The elite camp is designed for high school players that are serious about playing at the collegiate level.

An overnight camp will also be offered on July 5-7 to athletes entering grades 6th through 12th. Campers staying overnight will pay $160, while a commuter with meals option is available for $130. Additionally, commuters can pay $85 without the meal option. The Overnight Skills Camp is designed to build players’ fundamental skills in all aspects of the game.

A Mulerider Kids camp for kindergarteners through 5th grade will also take place on July 5-7 from 9 a.m. to noon daily. The cost is $50 per camper and all participants are encouraged to bring a sack lunch.

The Mulerider Kids Camp teaches fundamentals such as ball handling, passing, as well as shooting. This camp is ideal for kids who are just starting out in the game of basketball.

For more information contact assistant coach Danielle Fleming at 235-4134.

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