Mercersburg Boys’ Basketball Camp is designed to challenge young men to improve their skills on and off the court.
By combining on-court station work with in-classroom film breakdown and lectures, players will learn skills and concepts that will help them reach their goals on the court, no matter how small or large they may be. The program will be led by college and high school coaches, including Mercersburg Academy Boys’ Varsity Head Coach Sean Crocker, and will include an overview of the college recruiting process for the players who are interested in playing basketball after high school.
June 20-23, 2021
Commuter Early Bird $250
Residential Early Bird: $295
Commuter After 2/15/21: $285
Residential After 2/15/21: $330
Meet the Director
Coach Crocker teaches mathematics and is Mercersburg Academy’s head boys’ varsity basketball coach. In his five years at Mercersburg, the team has finished 3rd in the highly competitive MAPL conference three years in a row and 13 players have had the opportunity to play college basketball after graduation.
Sean came to Mercersburg from Stuart Hall School, a boarding school in Staunton, Virginia, where he taught math and computer science and was head boys’ basketball coach. On the court, his Stuart Hall teams improved from eight wins his first year to 18 victories in his final year at the school. Sean has taught and/or coached at Boston Latin School, Washington and Lee University, Tufts University, Framingham State College, and Wheelock College. He has also worked as director of operations for The Hoop Group and for East Coast Fusion/Team Loaded (an AAU basketball program). Sean is a graduate of Connecticut College and Tufts University.
Mercersburg graduates have gone on to compete at all three NCAA collegiate levels and in overseas professional leagues. Over the years, the college list has included the Ivy League, Pac-12, ACC, SEC, and the Patriot League, as well the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and the Centennial Conference. Ugonna Onyekwe ’99 (a two-time Ivy League player of the year), Stephane Pelle ’99, and Adam Chubb ’00 all competed at the professional level in the Euroleague, and Kareem Wright ’99 played for the Harlem Globetrotters. Recent alumni have played for the University of Vermont, Vanderbilt University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Bard College, St. Mary’s College (of Maryland), and Dickinson College.
A Day at Camp
No two days are alike, but a typical day at Boys’ Basketball Camp looks like this:
Living at Camp
This is overnight camping?
Attendees live in a modern, air-conditioned dormitory with two to four participants per room. Carpeted hallways lead to tiled bathrooms, with showers that have privacy curtains.
Bring your trunk and personal necessities, and you are set for dorm life, Mercersburg style.
Counselors live in adjacent rooms and our open-door policy ensures comfort and safety for every attendee. An emphasis on respect, courtesy, cooperation, and consideration enables campers to live and thrive with others to make dorm life enjoyable for all.
Mercersburg’s basketball program trains and competes on the Plantz Courts, a 10,000-square-foot facility that houses three full-sized courts. Off-court training takes place in the McDowell Fitness Center, which features contemporary equipment and programming geared for athletic development.
Our financial assistance provides students displaying strong desire, high merit, and financial need the opportunity to attend our programs. Download the Financial Assistance Application along with your registration. Contact our office via email or phone if you have any questions.