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As of April 13th 2020, the University of Pennsylvania has announced that there will be no summer programs offered in-person on campus, including summer camps (visit this link for more information). As a result, Penn Basketball unfortunately will not be holding any Elite Camps or Day camps for the summer of 2020. Please be advised that all currently registered campers can expect to receive a refund within 7-10 business days. Our staff thanks you in advance for your understanding and cooperation during this time of uncertainty, and we hope to stay in touch for future camp opportunities. Please feel free to reach out to Joe Mihalich at jmih@upenn.edu or Sarah Parks at parkss@upenn.edu if you have any further questions. Stay safe!


2020 DAY CAMP: JUNE 22 - 25, 2020

A week long day camp geared to develop and improve campers’ individual basketball skills. This includes passing drills and races, lay-up lines and competitions, as well as basketball centered games and other activities. The camp is open to all ability levels and will provide a positive and fun teaching environment for all campers. Each day will include small-group skill instruction from Penn staff and players as well as some other high school and college coaches from the area. Campers will also play full court 5-on-5 against other campers in their age groups. Camp dismissal is at 3pm, Monday through Thursday.


Check in for all campers is between 8:30am - 9am at the back of The Palestra.
Checkout is Thursday at 3p.m. after a brief award ceremony. Campers only will be released to authorized adults.

  • Who: Open to all boys ages 7 – 16
  • Where: The Palestra — This legendary sports arena opened in 1927 and has hosted more games, visiting teams, and NCAA tournaments than any other college facility in the country. In addition to more than 60 years of Penn basketball and 50 years of Big Five double headers, the building has seen 50 NCAA tournament games as part of 19 national championship competitions and The Battle of I-95. The Palestra, which seats 8,722, was the site of the first NCAA championship in 1939.
  • Map & Parking: : Penn Park, http://cms.business-services.upenn.edu/parking/
  • LUNCH: Campers must bring their own lunch. We will have a canteen that sells water, Gatorade, and candy.
  • $225
  • Group Discounts are available
  • University of Pennsylvania faculty and staff are eligible for a $25 discount. For the promo code, contact Joe Mihalich at jmih@upenn.edu.
Refund Policy:
  • If cancellation is received by June 1st, all but $100 of camp fee will be returned. Any cancellation after June 1st will result in forfeiture of entire camp fee.
9:00am Roll call, warm-up & stretching
9:30am Stations
10:30am Shooting contests
11:00am 5 on 5 games
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Skill competitions
2:00pm 5 on 5 games
3:00pm Roll call & announcements

Register Below: *

Day Camp: June 22 - 25

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