Fee:$40 (one clinic: A or B), or $75 (both clinics, A&B)
April Clinics: Boys & Girls (grades 4-6)
Clinic C: Thurs., April 21 (4:45pm-6:00pm)
Clinic D: Friday, April 22 (4:45pm-6:00pm)
Fee:$35 (one clinic: C or D), or $65 (both clinics: C&D)
April Clinics: Boys & Girls (grades 2-4)
Clinic X:Saturday, April 23 (10:00am-11:00a)
Clinic Z:Sunday, April 24(10:00am-11:00am)
Fee:$30 (one clinic: X or Z), or $55 (both clinics, X&Z)
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WINS For Life provides these clinics to elevate the skill level of youth basketball students while contributing to their self-esteem and confidence. Students participating in WINS For Life clinics improve their basketball skills and learn important life lessons. Individual attention, encouragement, and instruction are at a premium. Our “offensive skills” clinics cover basic and advanced fundamentals, including ball-handling, passing, shooting, cutting, one on one moves, and creating scoring opportunities. This fun learning opportunity features some games and contests to reinforce the skills and lessons taught.
UConn's Akok Akok, Coach David Vasquenza, Coach Tom Espinosa
"For those who want their children to become better basketball players, get prepared for the next level, gain confidence in life and more
importantly to grow as people, WINS for Life is the program you should get involved with. Coach Vasquenza and WINS for Life are not only good teachers, they are respected and well-liked by all children. I have often told people who talk about sending their kids to over-priced basketball camps or highly recruited AAU programs to save their money and time and go to WINS for Life to gain better results. They promote and create success on and off the court. I am a true WINS for Life fan. I have only positive things to say about the program. The clinics they host for coaches are equally valuable. The information, drills and techniques provided is outstanding."
- Tom Espinosa, Head Men's Basketball Coach, Putnam Science Academy (2018 National Champions), 2021: Nationally ranked #2