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Frequently Asked Questions:

Who runs camp?

Gordon College's Head Coach and Assistant Coach run each camp.  Current Gordon College Women's Basketball players, Gordon College alumni, athletes from other Gordon Athletics programs, local basketball coaches and players may all be involved as counselors and support staff.


Daily Schedule

Elite ID Clinic:

Saturday | 8:30 Registration -- 9AM-5PM on the Court

For more information see "Camp Itinerary" page



Elite ID Campers will be provided light snacks after the first and second sessions of clinic and a complete lunch in Lane Dining Hall, Gordon College's main dining facility.


What to bring?

Basketball shoes, basketball playing clothes, extra socks, warm and dry clothes/sweats & extra shoes to be worn during campus tour, water bottle.


Clinic Waiver

All campers are required to sign a Waiver Form prior to participating in the Gordon College Women's Basketball Elite Clinic. This form is available HERE and on the top navigation bar under "Elite Clinic."


How are campers grouped/divided?

In general, prospective student-athletes are grouped into teams at random.  These will be adjusted to create balance and competitiveness.  The goal of these adjustments is to help coaches assess an individual player's skill-set and to create the best possible clinic experience for everyone in attendance.


Can campers be paired with friends/teammates?

We are open to pairing friends and teammates but there are no guarantees those requests can be met.  The goal of the clinic is to assess a wide range of campers in a variety of settings and pairing friends and teammates may not be the best way to facilitate that outcome.  We will take every request into consideration but may not be able to accommodate each one.


Registration/Drop-off and Pick-up

Registration, drop-off and pick-up will be held inside the gym of the Bennett Athletics Center.  Parents/family members are welcome to watch all of the clinic and are encouraged to join us on the campus tour.  The clinic concludes with a Q & A session and we'd welcome your questions!  Please reach out to the camp staff at any time if you have any questions.


Athletic Training/Medical Staff

Certified, full-time athletic trainers are available to provide immediate treatment to campers in need. Trained EMTs are available on campus and local hospitals are easily accessible if necessary. If your child has a pre-existing medical condition, requires medication, or carries emergency medication such as an Epi-pen, please notify the camp director and/or the medical staff.

Camp medical advising and oversight is provided by Gordon's Certified Athletic Training Staff and the Gordon Athletics team physician, Dr. Navid Mahooti MD, MPH, of the North Shore Medical Center (978-882-6700).

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