UFV hunting for talent

The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades men’s basketball team is running an identification camp Apr. 23 at the Envision Athletic Centre in Abbotsford.

The camp goes from 1 to 4 p.m. and is open to the public for any potential student-athlete interested in playing post-secondary basketball.

The camp  provides  an opportunity to work on specific drills set up by the UFV coaching staff, as well as scrimmage in an officiated setting.

The Cascades’ coaches will be evaluating talent, and multiple BCCAA (B.C. Colleges Athletic Association) coaches will be present as well.

The cost is $25 per athlete and only those who are serious about competing at a post-secondary level should attend.

Please bring a reversible jersey, or at minimum a light and a dark shirt.

Sign up and payment are due on arrival.

For more information contact UFV head coach Barnaby Craddock by phone at 604-851-6310 or email at  barnaby.craddock@ufv.ca.

Get more UFV info at www.ufv.ca/athletics.

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