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Registration open for Hawaii Basketball Camp

Potential future University of Hawaii basketball players will get a chance to learn from the current Warrior coaches and players during the annual Hawaii Basketball Camp.

Head coach Gib Arnold, his staff and players will conduct two separate sessions of camp this summer. The first session is scheduled for May 30 to June 2, and the second session is scheduled for June 6 to 9.

Activities will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day of the sessions. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 5 to 17, and the participants will be placed in separate groups based on age and skill level.

“We spend the mornings working on fundamentals – just a lot of teaching getting done,” Arnold said. “Then the afternoons are always spent in competitions … we’ll play 5-on-5 and different kinds of tournaments.”

All of the gyms in the UH athletic complex will be used, including the Stan Sheriff Center. “They’ll all get to play a game in there,” Arnold said.

Among the players expected to serve as camp instructors are Miah Ostrowski and Zane Johnson.

To register or find out more information, please visit www.hawaiibasketballcamp.com or call 956-6501.


  1. Should be a great opportunity for the kids. Did Gib just say that we’re getting a new scoreboard at SSC? Anyone heard the details about this?

  2. There are plans to renovate the SSC that I have read, one of the items is that the scoreboard will be single screens 4-sided and that it would be bigger. During the mens vollyball season they lower the existing scoreboard to the where the new scoreboard will be and it did have a little impact. Will be exciting to see what other changes they did…

  3. http://www.bizjournals.com/pacific/print-edition/2011/04/22/scoops-whos-moving-buying-opening.html

    Stan Sheriff Center will get new $2 million scoreboard
    Premium content from Pacific Business News – by Pacific Business News Staff
    Date: Friday, April 22, 2011, 12:00am HST

    When the 2011 fall athletics season begins at the University of Hawaii, fans will have an opportunity to watch the new-look Wahine volleyball team, as well as a new $2 million scoreboard in the Stan Sheriff Center.

    The university is replacing the center’s original scoreboard, which has been hanging from the rafters since the arena opened in 1994. But the $1.2 million scoreboard is showing its age, with blank panels in the four video screens and parts that are no longer available.

    “The screens on all four sides are nearly nonoperational,” said Teri Wilhelm Chang, assistant athletics director for facilities and events. “Out of the 16 cubes that make up one side, on all four sides one or two are out, so it makes it really difficult. It’s just old. It’s past its prime and its warranty.”

    The university is soliciting bids for a new four-sided scoreboard that Chang said should be operational when the Wahine play their first match on Aug. 26. She said the new scoreboard is expected to be similar to ones at San Diego State, University of Southern California, and University of Cincinnati.

    In addition to the scoreboard, which will feature LED technology for clearer images, UH will install new game clocks in the eight locker rooms, four auxiliary scoreboards above the tunnels leading to the locker rooms, new shot clocks on the baskets, and new equipment in the control room.

    Plans call for the construction to begin on June 6 and be completed on Aug. 21, Chang said.

    Read more: Stan Sheriff Center will get new $2 million scoreboard | Pacific Business News

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