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Coach Bostwick invites boys and girls through 18-year olds

Camps scheduled for last week in July

WAXAHACHIE  --  Young boys and girls and teenagers through age 18 are invited to attend Coach Donnie Bostwick’s SAGU Co-Ed Summer Basketball Camp.

Bostwick has been named National Coach of the Year three times in his young career. Since arriving at SAGU in Waxahachie, the Lions have gone 27-11, 33-5 and 26-6, advancing to the NAIA National Championship game, been ranked No. 1, as well as appearing on ESPN and CBS.

The camp, which specializes in shooting and one-on-one skills, is set for July 21-23 for 8-18 year old coeds. The cost is $120 for day campers or $200 for those staying in the dorms.

Little Lions Day Camp, for boys and girls 4-10 years old, is set for July 24-26.

Everyone attending the camp will receive a T-shirt, an instructions booklet and tickets to a SAGU game this coming season. Day campers should bring a lunch. The day camp ends at 4 p.m.

The shooting and one-on-one camp is dedicated to improving shooting skills, developing footwork techniques and to developing a quick release when shooting.

Little Lion campers will learn basics of dribbling shooting all as a fun, positive experience. The camp is from 9 a.m. until noon.

The Lions and Lady Lions are the only team in the NAIA to have home games broadcast on-line in HD and at no cost for viewers. Games are played in the Sheaffer Center to packed crowds during the regular season.

SAGU guard Dominique Rambo, from Dallas, has been named the National Player of the Year the past two winters, the only two-time winner in NAIA history. The Lions were national runner-up in 2013 and were ranked No. 1 in the nation this season.

Bostwick has gone 206-42 in six years as a head coach, including a national championship and five berths in the national tournament.

SAGU also fields scholarship athletic NAIA programs in football, volleyball, soccer, cross country, baseball and softball. The football Lions (6-4) were co-conference champions last fall.

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