April 20-23, 2020
Learning skills, working as a team, and having fun: that’s Michigan Tech’s Little Huskies boys’ basketball camp. It’s about the best introduction to basketball you can imagine—personalized coaching that emphasizes both individual skills and team play, with plenty of time for gently competitive games in the SDC Wood Gym. And Michigan Tech’s campus is a great environment for meeting new people and making friends.
Check-In: Monday, April 20, 3:30-4:00pm at the SDC front counter
Pick-Up: We will finish camp each day in the varsity gym, so you can pick up campers from there or by the main doors of the SDC.
What to Expect
Players will leave with fundamental basketball skills like ball handling, shooting, team play, and defensive play.
This camp is open to boys currently in grades 2-6. A signed release waiver and concussion awareness form must be on file with the Ticket Office before participation in the camp will be permitted.
$55/person; $35/additional sibling
Deadline to register: Wednesday, April 15
Register at the SDC Ticket Office, by phone at 906-487-2073 or online.
Meet the Coaches
Kevin Luke, the winningest coach in Michigan Tech basketball history begins his 26th season leading the Huskies in 2019-20. He has earned a plethora of accolades since his appointment as the program’s 11th head coach in 1994. Luke has guided the Huskies to five Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles, earned eight NCAA Tournament berths and won his 400th game in a 83-72 victory over Northwood on January 19, 2017.
Josh Buettner begins his 12th season as assistant men’s basketball coach at Michigan Tech in 2019-20. He has recruited four All-Americans and numerous All-GLIAC First Team selections since his appointment in 2008. The Shawano WI native starred for the Huskies from 2001-05. He was a two-time All-American and earned Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors as both a junior and senior. A 6-9 forward, Buettner finished third on Tech’s all-time scoring chart with 2,061 career points. Following his graduation from Tech in 2005, Buettner played professionally in Europe for three years. He played in leagues in Denmark, Switzerland and Iceland, and was named the Danish Elite League Player of the Year in his second pro campaign. In addition to his coaching duties, Buettner teaches classes in the kinesiology and integrated physiology department and coordinates all of Michigan Tech's boys basketball camps, clinics and leagues as well as the Doghouse 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament.
Meet the Team