St. John Fisher
Due to COVID-19, camps for 2020 are canceled for the summer of 2020. Despite approvals by NYS we will not be able to conduct our camps this summer. We hope to see you next year!
Two great sessions at
St. John Fisher College
July 6-10, 2020
July 13-17, 2020
$250.00 per session
Boys and girls ages 8 to 18
Basketball school objectives
1. We will provide encouragement and build confidence in our participants. Young players need constant encouragement as they develop their abilities and basketball identity.
2. Participants will learn the fundamentals of basketball within a controlled competitive environment
3. We want every student to have fun playing basketball
4. All participants will be better basketball players at the end of the session
Mike was named the head men's basketball coach at St. John Fisher in October 2017. During his first two seasons at the helm coach Grosodonia has coached the Cardinals to a 33 and 19 overall record. In 2019 this included a trip to the Empire 8 Conference finals.
Grosodonia transformed what had traditionally been a good program at Aquinas into a perennial powerhouse in a short period of time. While patrolling the sidelines, Grosodonia won nearly 200 games (194-38) and boasted a career winning percentage of .836. Under his guidance, Aquinas captured the 2016 New York State Public High School Athletic Association State title for the first time in team history. During his tenure, Grosodonia won six Section V titles and made four trips to the State Final Four. He was named the All-Greater Rochester Coach of the Year twice and would go on to be named the Class AA Coach of the Year as well.
During the 2016-17 season, Grosodonia helped lead the Cardinals to one of their best seasons in recent memory as the team went 23-6 and 15-1 in Empire 8 Conference play. With Grosodonia on the bench, Fisher won its seventh Empire 8 title and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship after ousting St. Lawrence in the opening round of play.
Grosodonia earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from the College at Brockport and would go to obtain a Master’s degree in Special Education from Roberts Wesleyan College.
Athletic Director/former Men's Basketball Coach for 33 years, has served at St. John Fisher College since 1987. Prior to that he served as an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at George Mason University in Virginia (1985-1987)
Bob established the St. John Fisher College Basketball School in 1988. In those 32 years, the camp has grown to be one of the finest basketball camps in New York State.
Melissa was hired as St. John Fisher College's head women's basketball coach in September 2017. Kuberka, who became just the third head coach in Fisher’s storied history, comes to Fisher after having recently served as head coach at Hilbert College in Buffalo. During Kuberka’s first two seasons at the helm of the Cardinal program she has an overall record of 40 and 14. This includes two appearances in the Empire 8 Conference finals.
Kuberka spent two seasons on the sidelines at Hilbert where she helped build the Hawks into one of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference’s top programs in a short period of time.
A standout Division III student-athlete in her own right, Kuberka was a member of the SUNY Geneseo women’s basketball team for four seasons where she helped lead the Knights to 78 wins. Kuberka, who graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, still ranks 15th all-time in career scoring with 1,042 points in 110 games and is fifth in career rebounds with 733. Kuberka was named All-SUNYAC in both her junior and senior seasons and took home Player of the Year honors in 2013.
Kuberka, who received a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Buffalo, also brings a wealth of experience coaching in the AAU ranks and was appointed head coach of the women’s lacrosse team at Hilbert where she guided the Hawks to new heights and was named the AMCC Coach of the Year.
Jacklin Randall- Ward
Director of Daily Camp Operations, was a Physical Education teacher and 7th Grade Girl's Basketball Coach at Honeoye Falls-Lima Central. Jacklin also coached J.V. Girl's Basketball at Rush-Henrietta, and coached at the Rush-Henrietta Summer Basketball Camp. This is Jacklin's 31st year as director with the St. John Fisher Basketball School.
We make every effort to have one coach for every 8-12 participants. Our campers are grouped for play in the following grade levels : (2nd, 3rd, 4th) - (5th, 6th) - (7th, 8th) - (9th to 12th). Every effort will be made to group participants according to age, size, skill level, and ability.
The best exclusive indoor basketball facilities in Western New York are on our campus. This includes a 7 court facility, foul shooting, shooting stations, and spectator areas at every court.
We feature outstanding high school and college coaches, as well as some of the top collegiate Division I, II, and III players from the Rochester area and the Northeast.
A TYPICAL CAMP DAY
Gyms and locker rooms will be open at 8:45am daily.
Every camper plays full games each day. Two hours daily are devoted to fundamentals while the remaining time is spent on competitive events such as one-on-one contests, foul shooting, and three-on-three competition.
Over 100 trophies are awarded on the final day of each session for all-stars and contest winnters, as well as a number of special awards
Come ready to play in shorts, basketball shoes, and socks. An extra shirt and socks are recommended. the locker rooms are available but you provide your own towel and lock.
THE SNACK BAR (LUNCH)
There is a snack bar available daily where hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, soda, chips and healthy snacks, and drinks will be sold. You may also bring your own lunch and drink from home.
Boys and girls ages 8-18.
Camp hours: 9:00am to 3:30pm
Camp participants receive a camp T-shirt and be eligible for over 100 awards given out each session.
$250 for 5 day session
A $50.00 non-refundable registration fee is requested for each camp participant for each session. After June 10th, call 585-732-1121 for availability. Upon receipt, the registration fee will be deducted from session fee.
Refunds: Prior to the first day of camp, any refunds (minus the $50 deposit after 6/10/20) will be given for the medical reasons only, and all requests must be in writing and include a physician's letter of explanation. NO REFUND will be given after arrival at camp.
St. John Fisher College
3690 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14618