From left to right Grenfell Curling Team Award: Stephanie Nadeau, Women’s Basketball MVP: Kathleen White and Men’s Basketball MVP: Mark Tavenor. Missing from the photo is Women’s Volleyball MVP: Sarah Stratton.
Grenfell Campus, Memorial University is hosting Frank Foo’s HoopSmart Basketball camp in their newly renovated gymnasium this summer.
The camp will not only focus on individual offensive and defensive skills, but also teach each player specific skills on how to “think” and “read” the game.
Ages: Boys - Grades 9-12
Dates: The camp will run from August 18th-22nd.
Instructor: The camp will be instructed by Frank Foo who is a National Level 3 Certified Coach and a Provincial Basketball Facilitator/Instructor. Frank brings a lot of experience to the camp is sure to help the campers bring their game to the next level.
His coaching highlights include:
- NL U-17 Men’s Head Coach (2015)
- NL Provincial coach for Juvenile Boys (2011)
- Midget Boys (2010)
- Canada Games Juvenile Girls (2009)
- Juvenile Girls (2008)
- Midget Girls (2007)
- Canada Basketball Centre of Performance Coach for 4 years
Camp Daily Format:
- 2pm-5pm Skills Session
- 7pm-8:30pm Competition Session
Registration fees: $130 (includes a reversible jersey)
To register please contact Frank Foo directly at: email@example.com
The women's volleyball team will be holding open practices on the following dates for any players interested in joining the team this year.
September 8th 5:30pm-7:30pm
September 10th 5:30pm-7:30pm
September 14th 8am-11am
For more information, please contact coach Nathan Wareham by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The women's basketball team will be holding there tryouts on the following dates for players interested in joing the team this year.
September 2nd at 6pm-8pm
September 3rd at 8pm-10pm
Team scrimmage on September 4th at 6pm-8pm
For more information please contact coach LiLana Bishop through email at email@example.com
The men's basketball team will be holding open tryouts for all Grenfell Campus students on the following days:
Grenfell Campus will be hosting an AUS women's basketball exhibition this weekend. The Memorial Sea-hawks will face the St.FX X-Women at 7pm on September 26th and 27th.
The Grenfell Campus men's basketball team will also be in action as they will face the Corner Brook High men's team each night at 5pm.
Come cheer on the Grenfell Campus men's team and the Memorial Sea-hawks women's team this weekend in the Grenfell gymnasium!
The Grenfell Campus women's volleyball team and men's & women's basketball teams travelled to face ACAA competition last weekend. The volleyball team travelled to Truro, NS to face nine other university teams in the ACAA Tip-off Tournament and the basketball teams travelled to UNBSJ to face the Sea-wolves in a pair of exhibiton games.
~Photos provided by Champhotography
The Grenfell Campus women's volleyball team will be on the road this weekend to face UPEI in Charlottetown. Make sure to follow @GrenfellSport to get your updates.
The men's and women's basketball teams and women's volleyball team spent their first weekend of 2015 in Halifax, NS competing against the University of King's College teams.
each team came away without a win, the teams were able to gain valuable
experience to help their programs grow and take the step towards
competing in university sport.
The Grenfell Campus athletics season has been one of
travel and sport development.
Men’s basketball and women’s volleyball both have more than 15
games under their belt and the women’s basketball had 10 games in the first
half. This includes local competition and travel throughout the Atlantic provinces
including trips to universities in Saint John, Truro, Sydney, Prince Edward
Island and Halifax for ACAA tournaments, exhibition and club competition.
“We have the backing from the university to seek out more
competitive games for our teams as we continue to grow athletics here at
Grenfell Campus,” said Kirk Durning, co-ordinator of athletics. “This has lead
us to more games against other universities and club teams of that caliber,
which means travelling to play when they can fit us into their schedule. This
includes league tip-off tournaments, Invitational events and weekend
The travel is providing the teams and athletes the
opportunity to compete against other university teams and experience true
university sport, Mr. Durning said.
“Committing to traveling to compete against other
universities is helping us build our reputation in competitive sport and it
also allows our athletes to see first-hand the commitment necessary to play at
Mr. Durning’s efforts are also focused on bringing more
competition to Grenfell’s newly- renovated gymnasium. The basketball teams will
continue to have Grenfell Gameday on Thursdays and the women’s volleyball team
will be hosting a few local club teams for a series over the next month.
For up-to-date information, follow the Twitter account:
@GrenfellSport and visit www.grenfell.mun.ca/athletics.
Grenfell Athletics’ growth is due in part to sponsorship from Marine Atlantic,
Health and Performance, Corner Brook Plaza and Subway.
~Story courtesy of Grenfell Campus Marketing and Communications
~Photo: Grenfell athletes compete against the UNB Seawolves in Saint John. Christian Hamlyn photo
The Grenfell women's basketball team went 5-0 on their way to a second straight Stephenville Invitational Championship. The women dominated the competition, winning each game by an average of 25 points.
Grenfell Campus women's volleyball coach Nathan Wareham has been selected to be the head coach of the Newfoundland women's volleyball team at the 2017 Canada Games to be held in Winnipeg, MB. For more info visit the following link: http://nlva.net/news.php?news_id=1096288