2014 VCU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ELITE CAMP (August 2)
- Competitive games
- Film breakdown
- College workout with strength coach
- Fundamental skill development
- Individual attention
- State-of-the-art facilities
- Nike t-shirt
Ages: 8th-12th grade | Hours: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Beth O'Boyle Basketball Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by camp capacity, age, grade level and/or gender.
Campers can secure a spot in the 2014 VCU Women's Basketball Elite Camp by going to the link above, and payments can be made in full by credit card on the site. Registration will also be available on the day of camp (August 2) in the lobby of the Siegel Center from 10:30-11:00. All checks can made payable to Beth O'Boyle Basketball, LLC.
If you have any questions, please contact VCU Director of Operations Stephanie Witko at (804) 827-0483
About Beth O'Boyle
Following a successful three-year run at Stony Brook, Beth O'Boyle was introduced as 13th head coach in VCU Women's Basketball history on April 29, 2014. O'Boyle inherits a VCU program that was 22-10 a year ago and has reached the postseason six times since 2007-08.
O'Boyle assumes the reigns at VCU after she led Stony Brook to a remarkable turnaround in three seasons on Long Island. The Seawolves improved by 10 wins in each of the last two seasons, including the 2013-14 campaign, when O'Boyle guided the club to a school Division I record 24 wins (24-9), and a WNIT bid, the program's first postseason appearance since 2006. Stony Brook reached the America East Championship Game last season, the school's first appearance in the final since 2001-02. In 2012-13, Stony Brook's 10-win turnaround was the seventh-best in the country.
During O'Boyle's tenure, Stony Brook was known for its stout defense. In each of her three seasons, the Seawolves ranked in the top 50 nationally in scoring defense.
Prior to guiding the Stony Brook program, O'Boyle spent four successful seasons as an assistant at Canisius, where she helped the Golden Griffins reach the WNIT for the first time. From 2004-07, O'Boyle directed Montclair State to a 51-32 mark and three postseason bids.