Steve Moore, Director of Camp Fighting Scot, is in his 31st season as Head Basketball Coach at The College of Wooster. Moore directs the day-to-day operation and is actively involved in individual instruction and lecturing.
Sessions at Camp Fighting Scot are open to young men who will begin grades 4-12 in 2018. There will be three sessions beginning June 24.
Making sure every young man receives individual instruction is the main goal of our camp. With a ratio of one coach for every seven campers, individual attention is assured.
The fee for one session at Camp Fighting Scot is $440. This covers everything except the individual’s spending money. A deposit of $200 must accompany the registration form. If we are informed of cancellation 7 days prior to the beginning of camp, we will refund the deposit minus a $25 processing fee. Balance is to be paid on the first day of camp.
A Winning Tradition at The College of Wooster
Camp Fighting Scot provides the atmosphere where a young man can receive excellent instruction, proper supervision and enjoy the fellowship of other young men who want to learn more about basketball. CAMPERS ARE SEPARATED BY GRADE LEVEL FOR TEACHING AND COMPETITION.
ALL CAMPERS who attend Camp Fighting Scot will receive as part of their registration fee a regulation indoor / outdoor basketball. This quality basketball can be used on both indoor and outdoor courts. Returning home with a new basketball will allow each of our campers to spend his free time working on the skills and fundamentals taught at Camp Fighting Scot.
“Mastery of fundamental skills is the most important ingredient in developing a basketball player’s potential. The success of Camp Fighting Scot is built on good teaching. We stake our reputation on it.”
For camp information contact us at 330-263-2176
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy
The College of Wooster does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, color, race, creed, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or political affiliation in the admission of students, or their participation in College educational programs, activities, financial aid, or employment.