(Wisconsin Coaches Scouting Service) was established in 1983 and our first camp occurred in the summer of 1984. All of our 2015 sessions will take place at Concordia University in Mequon.
Of those 10
CUW experiences, four are for boys. Please refer to the Boys
Camps section for specific details. Unlike most camps, we divide
our Concordia sessions by age and ability.
Home of the CUW Falcons - Five Women's Championships! (2007-2014)
NAC Men's Champions 2010, 2011, 2012
We have different formats to maximize
opportunities for young basketball players. Included are:
three Specialized Scoring Camp levels, plus Girls' JV/Varsity Team
camps have earned praise from coaches for 30+ years due to our
attention to preparation, detail, repetition of fundamentals, and
teaching methods. Each year we strive to maintain our high
standards while initiating new and
innovative concepts to our camps.
Perennial girls' basketball powers like Arrowhead, Marathon, Middleton, and Neenah have sent their players to WCSS for nearly all of those years.
The Regent suites are outstanding for 2, 3, 4, or even 5 of you. Each suite has two bedrooms and a bathroom with a shower.
... the food is excellent;
... the FH has 3 huge courts with 14 baskets and is air conditioned.
of our WCSS extra effort can be seen with our varsity team
camps which include much more than just a dozen games against the state's top teams for teams of nine-twelve players. We include situational tournaments, team
practices, contests, "above the neck" sessions, team psychology worksheets, and seminars. WIAA officials are hired
to work all of the games.
The WCSS is
more than most basketball camps. We offer more and accomplish more
at a lower cost per session than most camps. What we're most proud of is the quality of teaching that we
present yearly. Each year we hire the best teaching staff
available. College counselors act as assistant coaches and serve
as role models.