June 10-13, 2019
June 17-20, 2019
July 15-18, 2019
August 12-15, 2019
per person per camp (includes activities, individual evaluation, camp t-shirt, all-you-can-eat lunch, and awards)
Two Payment Options Available:
1. Pay in Full
2. Pay the non-refundable deposit ($100) and then pay the remaining balance the first day of camp by check payable to UNW (University of Northwestern)
Each camp is Monday - Thursday from 9 a.m - 4 p.m. daily
Training to Be Their Best
The University of Northwestern basketball camps for boys entering grades 4–12 will help each camper to grow athletically and spiritually. Our coaching staff believes god wants us do our very best at whatever we attempt (Colossians 3:23), and we are committed to providing quality instruction on and off the court. Coaches work with campers to focus on individual and team fundamentals and incorporate spiritual principles and films to provide a fun and challenging environment. Campers will be grouped to create fair competition as they work on skill development throughout the week.
Camp Director – Tim Grosz
Camp director Tim Grosz leads the University of Northwestern men's basketball program as head coach for the 19th season in 2018-2019. Coach Grosz's background as a player and coach allows him to effectively lead this unique camp experience for kids.
As the University's associate director of athletics and head men's basketball coach, Coach Grosz has led the Eagles to 13 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) championships. Grosz led the Eagles to seven straight trips to the NCAA Division III national tournament. In 2015, UNW defeated the University of St. Thomas and Elmhurst College, advancing Northwestern to the Sweet Sixteen. Grosz also guided the UNW to a National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Division I National Championship in 2010. Coach Grosz has been the UMAC Coach of the Year eight times in his 18-year tenure.
Coach Grosz's 344 career victories are first all-time in the program's history, and he currently stands first for career winning percentage (66%). His approach to winning games is equaled by his passion for helping campers grow strong in their faith through the lessons that are learned on the court.
The Northwestern camp staff features current and past players and coaches from the university as well as high school coaches from the Twin Cities area. All staff members profess their faith in Jesus and are committed to giving each camper individual attention, focusing on the fundamentals of basketball and the Christian athlete. Each staff member brings a key area of expertise of the game to share with the campers.
9 a.m. Fundamentals
10:30 a.m. Contests
11 a.m. Half-Court Team Play
1 p.m. Camp Devotions
1:30 p.m. Fundamentals
2:30 p.m. Contests
3 p.m. Full-Court Team Play
4 p.m. Dismissal
Directions and Contact Information
for directions to the University of Northwestern.
Please call (651) 631-5219 for additional camp information.