About Behn Basketball Camp
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Our philosophy is to instill confidence in young players by teaching basketball fundamentals, which in turn raises their level of play and makes the game more fun to play.
Behn Basketball Camp was founded by Massachusetts basketball legend Sarah Behn in 1994. There have been over 27,000 successful graduates since Sarah started her first two week camp programs. Each year we are thrilled to see the individual development of our campers; so many of our young basketball players have gone on to play at the junior varsity, varsity and even the collegiate level.
If you are looking for an absolutely great basketball experience then you've come to the right place. We offer full day, half day, and overnight programs for boys and girls age 6 to 17 in more than 20 locations across Eastern Massachusetts. Your child will learn basketball the right way, improve their skills, and have fun too!
About Sarah Behn: At Foxboro High School Sarah Behn was an All-America selection in basketball and soccer. In 1989, Sarah set the Massachusetts state scoring record and scored a total of 2,562 points for her High School career. Sarah is still in the top ten scorers in the state of Massachusetts history for boys and girls. Sarah was named the Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior.
At Boston College, Sarah was the first BC woman in school history to surpass the 2,000 point plateau. She set a Big East freshman scoring record (428 points) and was the league's "Rookie of the Year." Sarah was the first Boston College player ever to earn All-America honors as a freshman. Sarah is the only four-time All-America basketball player in Boston College history.
As a senior at BC, Sarah became the Women's basketball all-time leading scorer in the Big East, men or women (2,523 career points).
Sarah was inducted into the Boston College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1998. In 2003, Boston College retired Sarah's jersey, the only female athlete at Boston College to have her jersey retired. Sarah has been Named One of Top Ten Athletes in BC History by Sports Illustrated.
After Boston College, Sarah went on to play professional basketball in Ettlebruck, Luxembourg, where she was the leading scorer in central Europe with 35 points per game.
After retiring from her playing career, Sarah founded Behn Basketball Camp. In addition to running the camps, Sarah has been a Division III and Division II college coach as well as the Varsity coach at Foxboro High School in Foxboro, MA. Currenly she is the Head Women's Basketball Coach at UMass Lowell. Go RiverHawks!
We look forward to seeing you at camp!