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Kyle Rechlicz Basketball Camps

Post Player Camp

This camp is designed for players that want to become a dominant inside presence. Focus will be placed on offensive and defensive footwork, learning to read the defense, post moves, and post passing. Players will be divided by age and skill level.

June 22
Entering Grades: 3rd - 12th
Check-In: 12:30 pm
Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost: $50

Print Mail-In Registration (PDF)

All camps will be held at the Klotsche Center on the UWM campus, located on the east side of Milwaukee near Lake Michigan. The Klotsche Center is adjacent to the Pavilion. GPS Address: 3409 North Downer Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53211.

Each camper should dress in basketball-appropriate workout clothing.

Insurance / Medical Forms
Campers must have their own health insurance. Each camper must also complete and return medical history and medical release forms in order to participate. We cannot permit a camper to be a part of camp unless these forms are returned. You will receive medical forms in the mail with your confirmation or you can download them from our camp website.

Deadlines / Refunds / Cancellations
The deadline for each camp is 5 days prior to the start of each session. All payments are to be made in full. Late registrations will be accepted but are subject to an additional fee. No refunds will be given for non-medical reasons once the applicant has been accepted. Medical excuses must be presented with an authorized doctor’s notice. If a camp is cancelled, the camp office will notify you two weeks prior to the start of camp and a full refund will be processed.

A confirmation letter will be emailed (mailed for those without email addresses) approximately 1-2 weeks prior to the start of all camps. If you are registering after that time and seeking confirmation, Molly Hanson at 414-312-0212.

In accordance with NCAA rules, all camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number of participants, age, grade level and gender).