Fourth-Annual Mike Bradbury Summer Camp dates announced
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The University of New Mexico women’s basketball team has announced the dates of the upcoming Mike Bradbury Basketball Camps that will be held in late June at Dreamstyle Arena – The Pit and the Rudy Davalos Center.
The fourth-annual Mike Bradbury Basketball Camps will feature both team and individual camps and are a great way for campers to learn the fundamentals of the game of basketball in a fun and competitive environment. Campers will also benefit from hands-on instruction by the Lobo women’s basketball coaching staff and players. Additionally, campers will receive a camp t-shirt and will have the opportunity to tour the facilities and play in the infamous Pit.
The individual camp will be held first and will run from June 25-28. That camp is open to campers from ages 8-17. There will also be two sessions each day. Session 1 will go from 9 a.m. – Noon and Session 2 will run from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Campers have the option to participate in one or both sessions. The cost for the individual camp is $175/camper for one session or $300/camper for both sessions.
The team camp will be held from June 29-30 and is open to varsity and JV high school teams. Cost for the team camp is $400/team or $700 for schools with both JV and varsity team registered together.
Registration for both the individual and team camps can be done online at www.CoachBradbury.com. For more information on the team camp contact Bill Ferrara (firstname.lastname@example.org | 353-317-2636). For more information on the individual camp contact Vera Jo Bustos (email@example.com | 505-426-7362).
Brief 2018-19 Season in Review
For the second-straight season, the Lobos won over 20 games to give them consecutive 20-plus win seasons for the first time since 2007-08 – 2008-09. The 24 wins this past season were tied for the fifth-most in season in program history. Additionally, the 49 wins the past two seasons are the most since the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons.
After a breakout season last year that saw the Lobos qualify for the WNIT for the first time since 2010 and advance to the third round of the tournament, the Lobos went back to the WNIT for a second-straight season. It was the first consecutive postseason appearance for the program since 2008-09 – 2009-10.