Spring 2019 Basketball Camp

Good Hope Sports exists to share the love of Jesus Christ through sports. Come experience building fundamentals, being part of a team, fitness, and the life changing message of Christ.

Questions? Contact: sports@goodhopechurch.org

About Basketball Camp

Learn proper basketball techniques and build on existing skills from experienced coaches who teach high school, college & pro athletes.

May 4th, 2019
Check in 8:30am
Camp 9:00am to 11:30am

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

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Camp Leaders

John Kuester

Former UNC Basketball Player, Division I Coach, and NBA Coach

 

Prior to joining the NBA ranks, Kuester led George Washington University for five seasons as its men’s head basketball coach from 1985-1990. In 1983, he became the youngest head coach in NCAA Division I college basketball when he succeeded Rick Pitino at Boston University, where he had served the previous two seasons as an assistant coach for the Terriers before his promotion.

A collegiate player for four seasons at North Carolina (1973-77) under legendary coach Dean Smith, Kuester helped the Tar Heels win two ACC Championships and make four postseason appearances (three NCAA Tournament berths and one NIT bid). As a senior, he was voted as the team’s best defensive player for the second consecutive season while earning ACC Tournament and NCAA East Regional Most Valuable Player accolades.

Katie Kuester

Assistant Coach – St. Joseph’s University.

One of the top shooters in Saint Joseph’s history, Kuester finished her career in the program’s top 10 for three-pointers (167) and free throw percentage (.861). Named to the All-Big 5 Second Team in 2010-11, she was also a standout off the court, earning Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Saint Joseph’s Athletic Director’s Honor Roll recognition.

Leanne Ockenden

Assistant Coach Archbishop Carroll High School, 4A State Runner Up 2019

 

In her playing career, Ockenden was a standout guard for the Marist Red Foxes from 2010-14. One of the top defensive players in program history, Ockenden was named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior. Additionally, Marist won the MAAC regular-season championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in all four years of her career. The senior class of Ockenden, Casey Dulin and Emma O’Connor won a total of 110 games in their four years, and went undefeated against MAAC foes in the 2010-11 and 2012-13 seasons. Ockenden was a three-time Third Team All-MAAC selection, earning the honor in her sophomore, junior and senior seasons. She was named to the MAAC AllTournament Team as a junior and earned MAAC Player of the Week honors twice in her career.