Men's Basketball Camps at Hiram College
Little Terriers Basketball Camp
The key to your success as a basketball player lies within your understanding of the basics and enjoying the learning process. Whether you're new to the game or looking to take your game to the next level, Head Men's Basketball Coach, Steve Fleming, and his dedicated staff will provide a fun filled environment built on teaching the FUNdamentals. Come join us for an exciting three days of basketball and learn what it means to be a TERRIER!
June 24-26, 2013 (9:00am - 2:00pm) Campers must bring a lunch
Hiram College - Coleman Sports Center
Basketball Skills Clinic for Boys and Girls Ages 7-13
The Terrier basketball camp will be held in the state-of-the-art Coleman Sports Center, which includes a competition gymnasium and two separate fieldhouses. Hiram College is located in the village of Hiram in Northeast Ohio, on the corner of State Route 82/700 and State Route 305. [Directions to Hiram]
High School Shootout
- Saturday, June 1, 2013
- Cost: Varsity - $240; JV - $225; Bring both for $450
- Four games each day
- Two officials per game
Over 25 teams from Ohio and Pennsylvania
- Four games (18 minute halves)
- Seven indoor courts
- Overtime tourny for interested teams
- New discount program (see brochure)
Head Coach Steve Fleming
Former Hiram College star Steve Fleming was named head coach on
February 28, 2006, and will begin his eighth season at the helm in
2013-14. He returned to his alma mater after working with the
Beachwood-based National Basketball Academy, which offers
basketball skill training for individual players and teams.
Prior to his time at the Academy, Fleming was an assistant coach at Division II Ashland University from 2002 to 2005. Before that he coached at Tiffin University from 1997 to 2002, spending his last three years there as the head coach. Fleming was an assistant coach at Gannon University in 1996, and before that he spent one year as a graduate assistant coach at Hiram.
A 1994 graduate of Hiram, Fleming was a captain and the team's most valuable player in both his junior and senior seasons. He earned All-Ohio Athletic Conference First Team honors and All-Academic Ohio Athletic Conference honors in both seasons, and was named the Most Inspirational Player in the OAC as a junior. Fleming set school records for assists, steals, career free throw percentage, and most games played during his career, and was also a two-time recipient of the Donal Campbell Award, which is presented to the College's top male athlete.
Assistant Coach: Chris Kibler
For further information
Call the men's basketball office at 330.569.5346