Nike Basketball Camp At San Domenico School
US Sports Camps is pleased to present the Nike Basketball Camp at San Domenico School. San Domenico Athletic Director Mike Fulton, widely recognized as one of the best coaches in Northern California will direct the camp, along with Jeff Skaggs, Assistant Athletic Director, and basketball coach at San Domenico.
Under their direction, the Nike Basketball Camp at San Domenico will emphasize fundamental development, shooting, offensive moves, defense, rebounding, and team play through a healthy mix of skill sessions, game situations, and scrimmages. In addition to the day program, the camp will include an extended day and overnight option, providing a third daily session covering advanced game tactics, and lectures/drills run by local college coaches.
- Program geared for campers 9 to 16
- 20+ hours basketball instruction (per session) from the area's best coaches
- Fun team competitions, skill contests and scrimmages to win Nike prizes.
- Official NIKE Camp T-Shirt, NIKE Workbook and other great prizes!
- Extended day option focused on advanced game tactics, and lectures/drills run by local college coaches
- Afternoon swimming each day
- Option to add a weekend program for multi-session campers. Weekend program includes fun off-campus excursions and a trip to Six Flags Amusement Park.
Nike Sports Camps are open to players from around the world, so local kids are sure to meet someone from outside the neighborhood! Overnight and Day programs available for campers. Overnight campers will live and play at San Domenico School, a beautiful California prep school located in Marin County, just 23 miles from Downtown San Francisco. With the backdrop of Marin County's most beautiful hills, and blue sunny skies, the campus offers over 515 acres of state-of-the art academic facilities, playing fields, a music conservatory, riding stables, swimming pool, gymnasium, one-acre organic garden, 2,358 solar panels, and six tennis courts. Not a bad location to spend some time this summer!
Monday - Thursday | July 10-13, 2017 | Ages 9-16
Monday - Thursday | July 17-20, 2017 | Ages 9-16
Monday - Thursday | July 24-27, 2017 | Ages 9-16
Day: Monday - Thursday | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Overnight: Sunday - Thursday
Overnight campers check-in Sunday. Day campers check-in Monday.
Cost is $275 for Day and $915 for Overnight.
He has been a faculty member and coach for over ten years at San Domenico. Jeff Skaggs grew up in Fairfax, attended St. Rita School, was a Marin Catholic player, and later went on to be a player and coach at Southern Utah University. He is the founder and director of San Domenico Basketball Camps, is a current AAU and CYO coach, and is a charter member of the Positive Coaching Alliance.
A native of Marin, Coach Fulton played basketball at Drake High, College of Marin, and Cal Lutheran University. He has coached at Terra Linda High School, The Branson School, and also led the College of Marin Women's Basketball program to top ten rankings several times in his tenure as coach. He won two State Championships at Branson high School. He is the founder and director of The Marin Basketball Intensive, and is coaching director of the North Bay Basketball Academy AAU programs. Coach Fulton's girls varsity coaching record for the last four years at at San Domenico was 72-21, with two BCL Championships, and four North Coast and Northern California state tourney appearances. His first ever Boys JV Program finished at 14-2 this season.
Buck is a current Marin CYO coach and high school coach. He has coached Basketball and Tennis at the Branson School and is currently a PE teacher at Lagunitas School. Coach Buck played basketball at Drake High School, College of Marin, and Idaho State University. He also played for 14 seasons in the country of Mexico for professional teams. Buck also was invited to rookie camp by the Golden State Warriors, and won championships as a player in the San Francisco Pro Summer league against many NBA stars. Coach Chavez has five kids of his own, and is a longtime camp director. His three sons are all playing college basketball.