Welcome to Long Island's premier instructional basketball experience! The All Island Basketball Camp is a co-educational camp for basketball enthusiasts and novices alike from grades 3 to 11. Teams are made according to age and ability. The All Island Basketball Camp is sure to set any aspiring Lebron James or Sue Bird on their way to greatness!
|CTK Session 1**||July 14 -- July 18||8:30 AM -- 3:15 PM||Christ the King, Commack|
|CTK Session 2**||July 21 -- July 25||8:30 AM -- 3:15 PM||Christ the King, Commack|
|WWHS Session 3||July 28 -- August 1||8:30 AM -- 3:15 PM||Walt Whitman HS, Huntington|
|WWHS Session 4||August 4 -- August 8||8:30 AM -- 3:15 PM||Walt Whitman HS, Huntington|
** Christ the King sessions are open to campers entering grades 3-8 only. Walt Whitman sessions are open to campers entering grades 3-12.
Coach Diana’s Knights captured the 2004, 2006 and 2009 Long Island Class AA championships. The Knights have also captured 7 Nassau County Championships since 2002, and 12 conference championships since 1999. Tom has been chosen as Newsday Nassau County Coach of the Year and the New York Basketball Coaches association coach of the year. In addition he has coached the Nassau County Exceptional Senior, Top 100 and Coaches vs. Cancer All-Star Teams. He holds a Bachelors degree from Southern Connecticut State University in Physical Education, a Masters degree from Queens College in Physical Education and a Professional Diploma from Brooklyn College in School Administration and Supervision. Tom is currently working as a Physical Education Teacher in the Uniondale School District.
Coach Fitzpatrick’s Wildcat team captured back to back Long Island Championships in 2002 and 2003. Walt Whitman has also appeared as Suffolk County Finalists in 2000, 2001, 2007 and 2008. The Wildcats have also received the prestigious Art Figiliozzi Sportsmanship Award from the Suffolk County referee association in 2001 and 2008. Tom has also been chosen as Newsday’s Suffolk County Coach of the year in addition to being selected to coach the highly regarded Empire State, Metro Classic and Lupus all star teams. He has previously coached at SUNY Brockport and at St. Josephs College in Patchogue. Coach Fitzpatrick holds a bachelors degree from SUNY Brockport in Physical Education, a Masters degree from Adelphi in Health Education and is currently working as a Physical education teacher in the South Huntington School District.