Tuesday, May 10, 2011

1st Annual NH College Coach Basketball Skills Clinic


Bedford High School will be the site of the 1st Annual NH College Coach Basketball Skills Clinic, on June 20 - 23 from 6-8 pm all 4 days. The camp is open to boys from any NH High School entering grades 9-12 who have a desire to play college basketball.

The instructors for the camp will be Stan Spirou (Southern New Hampshire University), Rob Colbert (Keene State College), Dave Faucher (Daniel Webster College) and Damien Strahorn (Plymouth State University).


Camp Schedule

June 20
Coach Stan Spirou, Southern New
Hampshire University presents:

“How to Become the Best
Basketball Player You Can Be”

Emphasis on Offense, Defense & Rebounding


June 21
Coach Rob Colbert, Keene State
College presents:

“Drills to Enhance Your Speed,
Focus & Intensity to Become a
College Player”

Featuring demonstrations & full participation drills


June 22
Coach Dave Faucher, Daniel
Webster College presents:

“Increasing Your Offensive
Skills to Your Maximum”

With Specific, Hands-on Offensive Drills


June 23
Coach Damien Strahorn, Plymouth
State University presents:

“Improving Your Ball Handling
and Shooting for Dribble
Penetration and Low Post Play”

Featuring demonstrations & full participation drills



About the Coaches

Stan Spirou, Southern New Hampshire University
One of the most successful coaches in the history of Division II
basketball, Stan Spirou enters his 27th season as head coach at
Southern New Hampshire University in 2011-12. He enters this
season with over 500 career victories and is just the eighth
coach in New England men's college basketball to reach the
500-win mark. The 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1999 New England
Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year, Spirou has averaged
an impressive 20 wins per season and has led the program to 14
NCAA Tournament appearances, four NCAA Regional titles and
six NECC Tournament championships. In addition, he was
named the 1994 national Coach of the Year by Division II
Bulletin.

Rob Colbert, Keene State College
Coach Rob Colbert is about to start his 13th season as head
coach of the Keene State men's basketball team. In 2010-11,
Colbert led the Owls (17-11, 8-6 LEC) to a fourth place finish in
the highly-competitive Little East Conference. Nearly upsetting
top seed Rhode Island College (102-92, 2-OT) in the semifinal
round of the LEC tournament, Keene State accepted a berth to
the ECAC New England tournament. Colbert was named 2011
Coach of the Year by the New Hampshire Division III Coaches
Association.

Dave Faucher, Daniel Webster College
Dave Faucher just completed his third season as head coach at
DWC. Faucher is well known in not only New Hampshire college
basketball circles, but throughout the New England region and at
the national level. Faucher spent 20 years with the Dartmouth
College men's basketball program, serving 13 years as head
coach (1991-2004), preceded by seven years as assistant
coach. During his tenure as head coach, the Big Green compiled
an overall record of 136-208 including a high-water mark of 18-8
in 1996-97. Dartmouth posted a 74-108 mark in Ivy League play,
including a 10-4 record in both the 1996-97 and 1998-99
seasons.

Damien Strahorn, Plymouth State University
Damien Strahorn, an assistant men’s basketball coach at
Columbia University from 2006-10, just completed his first year
as the 12th head coach in the 64-year history of the Panther
men’s basketball program. Strahorn is a former all-star player at
Colby College in Maine, where he also served four years as an
assistant coach before joining the staff at Columbia. The Panther
men’s squad finished the season with an 11-14 overall record
and a 5-9 mark in the Little East.


For More Information
Contact the Bedford High School basketball coaching staff.
Phone: 603-817-8556 (Coach Jon Langlois)
Email: frankmoreno@comcast.net (Coach Frank Moreno)

Registration forms can be found here:
http://www.sau25.net/files/1285976/2011nh%20bkb%20collegeclinic.pdf

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