Hogan Camps provides a variety of basketball educational experiences. See below for more information on the available programs. Click the links on the right to download registration forms for the opportunity you are interested in.
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GRADES 5 – 12 (Exceptions need parental permission)
GIRLS: Sunday, June 25-Tuesday, June 27 BOYS: Wednesday, June 28-Friday, June 30
The Point Guard Basketball Camp now entering its 16th year offering the very best in individual instruction was created in response to the need for a high-level “skill camp” that specializes in position play and the skills necessary to be successful. This camp provides a unique opportunity to learn specific elements of “the point guard” and “the post player” play and advanced skill instruction in basketball. Our experienced staff of proven professionals will provide expert instruction and feedback. Campers will be challenged in every session to learn new individual and team skills while developing important concepts on the offensive side of the game.
What does a player need have for experience?
Each player receives a tremendous daily workout specific to their position played. The outstanding facilities and low player-to-coach ratio allows each player to grow their individual game. We offer a series of drills that develop each player’s level of ability. This is a skill camp that is well- known for the positive instruction.
Why the Point Guard name?
This camp offers the most information and feedback about how to be a point guard or post player. We take pride in challenging each player to be the best they can be. Our coaches have extensive backgrounds with basketball instruction, especially, teaching play at the point and in the paint. Players will work on basic skills but will be exposed to advanced skills throughout the camp working inside and outside.
Do I have to be a Point Guard or a Post Player to attend the camp?
NO. We welcome the serious player intent on improving their game. This camp instructs every position on the floor but primarily serves point guards and paint players. The balance of the camp is dedicated to these positions. We feel that every player will improve their overall game and confidence with our instruction, advanced techniques of teaching and the competition that will be created in the camp structure.
Does a player have to be experienced to attend the camp?
NO. The player needs to be a motivated camper looking to improve his/her skill, knowledge and appreciation for the game of basketball. Players come from all over the country especially the greater New England area with all levels of ability to attend this camp.
Camp enrollment-The camp is limited to 60 participants for overnight and day sessions. Please register early. This is a camp for the serious basketball player looking to advance his or her overall game.
Recommendations- Bring 2 pairs of sneakers for the camp and make sure that they are already broken in to avoid blisters and foot issues.
***Daily Schedule Camp Hours*** On the first day: Check in at 8 a.m.
- Day Campers: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on the first two days!
Extended Day Campers: 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m. on the first two days!
Third Day: Camp ends at 12:15 p.m. for all campers on the third day of camp!
Meals: Day Campers receive lunch Days 1 & 2 and a special healthy snack on Day 3. Extended Day Campers receive lunch and dinner on Days 1 & 2. Overnight Campers receive all meals. All meals are eaten at the NHTI Cafeteria.
Supervision: All campers are supervised throughout the day at camp. This is an active camp from the very beginning to the very end with constant practice and time spent in the gym. Overnight campers are strictly supervised. Lights out ranges from 10 PM – 10:15 PM for all campers. The night session ends at 8:30 PM and campers have the option to return to the dorm at this time or stay in the gym for extra practice, shooting or help-sessions with a coach until 9 PM. A bed check head count is done throughout the day and at lights out time every evening. Coaches and staff are in the dorm including Coach Hogan. Snacks, pizza and refreshments are available for purchase using canteen deposits during the post camp time from 9-10 pm prior to lights out.
All doors to the dorm are locked and campers are in for the night with supervision from the camp staff and NHTI security available 24 hours on the campus.
NHTI, Concord’s Community College Concord, New Hampshire
Sunday, July 23-Thursday, July 27 BOYS & GIRLS GRADES 5 – 12 (Exceptions need parental permission)
*Please note camp starts at noon on Sunday and ends at 4:00 PM on Thursday!
The Specialty Basketball Camp was created in response to the need for a more disciplined learning program in the New England area. This camp is an intense session of teaching and practicing the game of basketball. Our camp emphasizes skills, preparation, and traditional aspects with our Positive Teaching Style. Experienced instructors will build on each player’s foundation of knowledge and skill and introduce our Advanced Techniques to play the game. The Specialty Camp is now entering its 23rd year of exciting camp experience.
WHY THE SPECIALTY CAMP? To provide a better opportunity to enhance skills for the seriously motivated player.
Plymouth State Hall of Fame Induction 2007 Paul Hogan (right) with Presenter Bob Champlin
WHAT CAN A PLAYER EXPECT? A challenge to improve and an opportunity to learn and use new skills while having fun. The daily message at 8:30 AM on Monday and throughout the week sets the tone for the camp every day.
WHAT ARE THE MAJOR BENEFITS? - Low player/Coach Ratio – More Teaching – Progression of Skills- Advanced Techniques to Perform- Specialized Instruction- Guest Lectures – Written Evaluation- Great Facilities
Camp style? – The Specialty Basketball Camp is a traditional style camp with players divided into age and ability level teams playing 2 games per day along with skill drill stations during the morning and afternoon sessions. the evening session for overnight or extended day campers offers even more instruction and competition.
The camp is limited to 80 participants (40 overnight campers). Please enroll early.
Sunday: Check-in 12 noon-12:45 PM First Session from 1:00 PM-5:00 PM for all campers. Extended and overnight campers stay on enjoying dinner and the night session of extra drills, competition and play/gym doors close at 9:00 PM
Monday-Wednesday: Doors open at 8 AM for camper drop-off — 8:30 AM Roll Call/Stretch/Drill Stations/Games/Lunch/1:15 Roll Call/Stretch/Defensive Drill Stations/Games/Day campers leave at 5/Repeat night skill and scrimmage session/gym doors close at 9 PM
Thursday: Roll Call Stretch/Drill Stations/Games/Lunch/1:15 Roll Call/Stretch/Drill Stations/Games/Final Ceremonies begin at 4:15 PM Meals Day Campers receive lunch Days 1 & 2 and a special healthy snack on Day 3. Extended Day Campers receive lunch and dinner on Days 1 & 2. Overnight Campers receive all meals. All meals are eaten at the NHTI Cafeteria. Camp personnel supervise all meals.
All campers are supervised throughout the day at camp. This is an active camp from the very beginning to the very end with constant practice and time spent in the gym. We highly recommend bringing 2 pairs of sneakers to the camp that are already broken in to avoid blisters.
OVERNIGHT INFORMATION: Overnight campers are strictly supervised. Lights out ranges from 10 PM – 10:15 PM for all campers. The night session ends at 8:30 PM and campers have the option to return to the dorm at this time or stay in the gym for extra practice, shooting or help-sessions with a coach until 9 PM. Head counts are done throughout the day and a final bed check is done at lights out each night by the coaching staff. Coaches and staff are in the dorm, including Coach Hogan. Overnight female campers and staff are on one floor, male campers and staff are on a different floor with Coach Hogan on the bottom floor along with other staff members.
Snacks, pizza and refreshments are available for purchase using canteen deposits during the post camp time from 9-10 pm prior to lights out. All doors to the dorm are locked and campers are in for the night with supervision from the camp staff and NHTI security available 24 hours on the campus
Shooter’s Gold Basketball Camp
Coach Paul Hogan’s 33rd Annual Shooter’s Gold Basketball Camp
“New Hampshire’s most popular day basketball camp”
BOYS and GIRLS GRADES 1 – 8
We are proud to invite you to the 33rd annual summer of The Shooter’s Gold Basketball Camp. This camp will develop each player’s individual skills. We will concentrate on offense, teaching proper shooting form, one on one moves, and how to play the game. We feel it is important for you to develop a love of the game and we look forward to sharing our knowledge with you. Many of your favorite coaches and counselors will be back for another great summer.
Thousands of New Hampshire basketball players have enjoyed the Shooter’s Gold experience for the past three plus decades. We encourage you to pre-register with enrollment limited for every session at every site.
Shooter’s Gold provides an exciting opportunity to play, practice and learn the game of basketball for an affordable price. Shooter’s Gold camps have helped develop “strong” youth and high school programs over the years in many towns throughout NH. Littleton, Gilford & Laconia are prime examples of the impact of a Shooter’s Gold basketball camp building enthusiasm for a community basketball program.
Please note the updated schedule with any time/date and location changes! Some important camper information is listed at the bottom of this page.
2017 Sites/Dates/Sessions/Camp Times/Grades
Gilford Middle High School: July 17-21
Session I 8:00am – 10:00 am Grades 1-4
Session II 8 am – 12 pm Grades 5-8
Cawley Middle School (Hooksett): July 17-21
Session I 8:00 am – 10:00 am Grades 1-4
Session II 8:00 am -12:00 pm Grades 5-8
Inter-lakes Elementary School: July 10-14
Session I 8:00 am – 10:00 am Grades 1-4
Session II 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Grades 5-8
Littleton High School: July 10-13
Session I 8:00 am – 10:30 am Grades 1-4
Session II 8:00 am-1:00 pm Grades 5-8
Campers should arrive 15 minutes early on the first day of camp for registration!
The camp store is open most days at each site but certain items are limited in supply!
Campers will receive a camp ball and camp T-shirt during registration on the first day of camp.
Each day of camp will have a special theme that will be incorporated into the teaching and lecture series!
The last day of camp will be “retro” day where coaches and campers will wear their favorite Shooter’s Gold camp T-shirt over the years.
The last day of camp is also “autograph” day and “picture day.” Bring your own camera and bring your camp ball that is used for autographs for camp signatures!
Session I campers should bring a snack or juice for the break at approximately 9 a.m.
Session II campers should bring a light lunch.
All campers should wear sneakers, shorts, t-shirts and be prepared to play. No jewelry, watches or gum will be allowed at the camp.
Is your town or city interested in a Shooter’s Gold basketball camp? Let us know
Shooter’s Gold basketball camp is more than a camp. SG is an experience. No refunds!
NHTI, Concord’s Community College Concord, New Hampshire
June 19-23, 2017
Grades 5-11 Session I 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Mon-Fri. Session II 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Mon-Thurs.
This camp is limited to 80 participants for each session. Please register early.
Both Sessions: All Day from 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. (except Friday when camp ends at 3:30 p.m.)
The 10th annual Rip City Basketball Camp is an intense skill camp for the motivated camper. This camp will provide the serious camper a week long opportunity to receive positive instruction while practicing the game of basketball. Our camp emphasizes skills, preparation and traditional aspects of the game of basketball. Our experienced instructors will build on each player’s foundation of knowledge and skill while introducing Advanced Skills and Techniques to play the game.
Rip City is a team camp with players divided by age into teams for practice, scrimmaging and game sessions in a traditional style camp. Drill stations, team practices, scrimmaging and games will be a regular part of the daily activity at camp supervised directly by Coach Hogan.
What does a player need for experience? Each player receives a tremendous daily workout and numerous skills to work on at home. The outstanding facilities and low player-to-coach ratio allows every player to grow their own individual game. Full court 5 on 5 games will be played with emphasis on team play and individual skill advancement.
Why the Rip City Basketball Camp name? Rip City is symbolic of the ability of a player to “swish” the ball. Rip City is also a favorite camp game at all of Coach Hogan’s basketball camps. Competition and skill advancement are key components of every Coach Hogan basketball camp.
Do I need to be an experienced player to attend the camp? No. We welcome the serious player intent on improving their game. This camp instructs every position on the floor. The balance of the camp is dedicated to teaching team play with an emphasis on individual post, perimeter and guard play.
***Daily Schedule First Day***
Check-in at 8:15 a.m. for Session I
Check-in at 3:45 p.m. for Session II
Session I: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday (5 days)
Session II: 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday (4 days)
Campers may stay for both sessions if they want a full camp workout. Each session will offer some new and exciting aspects of the game of basketball.
Meals: Bring your own lunch and snacks Canteen will be offered for both sessions. We don’t want campers carrying around money.
NHTI, Concord’s Community College, Concord, NH
July 17-21 BOYS and GIRLS GRADES 4 – 11 8:30am – 3:15pm
July 17-21 BOYS and GIRLS GRADES 1-3 8:30am-10:30am (Little Kickers)
Limited to 80 campers per session
Camp Site Directors-Coaches Heidi Crockett (NHTI) & Derek Johnson (St. Paul’s School)
Play On! Soccer Camp is now entering its 6th year of existence will only be held at NHTI for grades 4-11 boys & girls. The primary focus for Play On! Soccer Camp will be to provide individual instruction in small group settings.
· Regular team games will be played each day.
· Special emphasis will be on the players getting many touches with the ball thru the use of small sided games
· Every session is age appropriate and will demand maximum concentration and effort.
Camper drop-off: Between 8:00-8:25 AM
Camper Pick-up at: 10:30 AM for the Little Kickers in grades 1-3 and 3:15 PM for full day for the campers in grades 4-11
*A confirmation letter is sent out approximately 3-4 weeks prior to the camp.* Campers will receive a camp T-shirt and soccer ball. Special prizes and awards will be presented throughout the week.
NHTI is one site for fall and winter clinics which offer the camper a great opportunity to practice new and old skills while having fun! Coach Hogan also offers one man coaching clinics!
Coach Paul Hogan presents year round clinics at NHTI in Concord, NH with his NHTI basketball teams and coaching staff each year! He is also available to visit your school or town to present a coaches or players clinic for any age group. Coach Hogan regularly works with local Parks and Recreation departments to develop youth programs, coach’s education programs or to help structure leagues for any age group.
The NHTI clinics are all 3 hours in length and held at the beautiful Goldie Crocker Wellness Center on the Concord, NH campus. NHTI is easy to access (located near the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium) at the junctions of Rte. 393 and Rte. 93.
Every October, Coach Hogan presents a coaches clinic aimed at assisting coaches at all levels to be better prepared for the upcoming season. Coaches attend a team practice held at NHTI from 4 pm-6 pm and then retreat to a class room for a 3 hour “skull” session discussing the practice, skills, drills, and philosophy and team management issues. Each coach’s session registration fee includes a light lunch and refreshments.
Coach Hogan is available to visit your town to present a clinic or mini-camp as well. Typically, Coach Hogan will work with 5-6 towns organizing sessions to promote the game of basketball using some of the unique Shooter’s Gold methods of instruction and organization.
Each and every clinic provides the camper with some positive individual skill instruction and review of the fundamentals. Each clinic is designed to be fun and exciting with the opportunity to learn new skills, be exposed to new skills or techniques, to meet new friends, to play some competitive basketball in small sided games and to review/practice important skills relevant to the game.
Most clinics at NHTI are held during the fall and winter months of October through January. Clinics usually are held on a game or scrimmage day so campers can get some lunch after the clinic and come back to watch the exciting NHTI Capitals play a game or scrimmage at no charge! Parents can watch the clinics or visit Concord area establishments for eating or shopping.