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Azusa Pacific Hosts NBC Camp

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May 18, 2012
Chris Baker

AZUSA, Calif.-- From July 22-26, assistant coach of the 2011 NAIA women’s basketball national championship team, Tim Beauregard, will be directing one of over 100 NBC Complete Player Basketball Camps. The five-day development program, which is open for boys and girls between the ages of nine and 18, is geared towards teaching the fundamentals of basketball, while helping campers to develop teamwork, dedication, perseverance, and trust.

Beauregard, who will be the camp director for the second straight year, has spent the last two seasons as the assistant coach for an Azusa Pacific women’s basketball program that won the Golden State Athletic Conference title in 2011 along with the program’s first NAIA championship. Last year he helped head coach T.J. Hardeman guide the Cougars to the NAIA quarterfinals, despite losing four starters from their title team. Azusa Pacific has a 59-13 record with Beauregard on staff, and boasts four NAIA all-American players in the past two seasons.

The camp will have men’s and women’s coaches from both the high school and college level, along with current and former collegiate basketball players on staff. The high intensity, high level of instruction program is for the beginner, the expert, and everyone in between.

The camp will be held at the Felix Event Center on the campus of Azusa Pacific University. To register visit NBCCamps.com or call 1-800-406-3926. For group and team discounts and any further questions contact coach Beauregard at tbeauregard@apu.edu, or call him at 559-779-8026. For the NBC Camp Flyer Click Here (PDF).

NBC Camps offers over 100 basketball camps in 45 different cities, and over 250,000 athletes have been trained at NBC Camps, which has one of the highest rates of returning campers and customer satisfaction ratings.