DeMya Walker brings Hardwork back to New Jersey
Tuesday, October 15, 2002
BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ - Bickerstaff Sports & Entertainment (BSE) presents the Hardwork Basketball Camp featuring New Jerseys own DeMya Walker. The Hardwork Basketball Camp is a two-day camp for boys and girls ages 8-18. This skills camp dedicates itself to fun and encouraging children to improve their teamwork, skill levels and elevate their game to play like the pros.
DeMyas camp will be in Mount Holly, New Jersey and service South Jersey to Philadelphia. Hardwork camps are conducted in various cities by the likes of Tamika Williams, Tammy Sutton-Brown, Adia Barnes, and many more. DeMya will have several special guest assistants from the WNBA.
As a runner up for the WNBAs Most Improved Player, DeMya averaged 10.9 points per game will pulling down five rebounds for the Portland Fire. This former New Jersey High School Female Athlete of the Year was on the 1995 All-American first team by Street & Smith's, Women's Basketball Coaches Association, and Nike as a high school senior. DeMya established a Rancocas Valley High School record for career rebounds (851), rebound average (14.2 rpg), most rebounds in a game (29), points in a season (675), and career points (1,546).
BSE has collaborated with Sports International Group to provide a hands-on skills camp taught by WNBA players. All of our camps are either in our players hometown or in collegiate environment. This gives our participants an opportunity to receive knowledge and dedication from their hometown heroes. DeMya will be sponsoring five participants who cannot afford this opportunity as well as ten participants from her former high school.
We are offering an early bird registration discount of $100 per student that registers by October 21, 2002. Local businesses are asked to sponsor kids from local school programs. Register online at www.hardworkbballcamp.com.
This camp is sponsored in conjunction with Sports International Group and BSE. Our corporate partners have included PowerAde, Nike and Womens Basketball Magazine. Other corporate and local sponsorship opportunities are available.
For Player Interviews and
Junie Harris, Camp Director
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