Dayton Flyers Women’s Basketball Camp cannot assume responsibility for medical, dental or other health expenses incurred as a result of the camper’s stay or participation at camp. There will be a trainer available and doctor on call 24 hours a day for the care of our campers.
A medical release waiver must be completed as part of online registration in order to participate in any camps.
LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
The Dayton Flyers Women’s Basketball Camp is held on the campus of the University of Dayton. Campers are housed in residential dorms.
University of Dayton RecPlex
Our state of the art facilities include a 125,470 sq. ft. recreation complex and a 5.5 acre turf field; both offering opportunity for endless recreational pursuits.
Cronin Athletics Center
The Cronin Athletic Center is part of a comprehensive facility upgrade for University of Dayton athletics. In the last ten years, the University of Dayton has invested $35 million in its athletics facilities (primarily coming from private donations and corporate support). The on-campus home for every Flyer sports program has been either newly constructed or renovated in that time.
The University of Dayton Arena is widely considered one of the national premier college basketball facilities. Dayton recently finished in the Top 30 in men's basketball attendance for the 16th consecutive season. In fact, since UD Arena opened in 1969, Dayton has been in the NCAA`s Top 35 in attendance every season. UD leads the Atlantic 10 in attendance and continues to grow its fan base.
The Thomas J. Frericks Athletic and Convocation Center is home to the Flyer volleyball team. The Frericks Center is the third-largest volleyball-only facility in college volleyball. Its 5,000 seat capacity is behind only Arkansas' Barnhill Arena (9,000) and Murray State's Cutchin Fieldhouse (5,500).
For Directions to our facilities AND a campus map, click here.
$10 Punch Cards will be available at registration of each camp. Day Campers may bring their own lunch or purchase pizza in the morning before each session begins. Drinks, snacks, and Dayton Flyer Basketball gear will be available for purchase. The camp store will be open throughout the day. The remaining balance on the punch card will be given back to the camper on the last day of the camp.
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
- Water Bottle
- Lunch or Lunch Money
- An extra T-Shirt
- Basketball Shoes
All University of Dayton camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by age, grade level, and/or gender described.