A Basketball Summer Camp, run by the Head Coach of St. Paul's Varsity Program, Phil Hahn
This camp is for all boys and girls, ages 8 to 15!
Camp Price: $250
June 17-21, 24-28
9 AM to 4 PM
AT ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL
Camp runs from 9 AM to 4 PM daily (during the weeks of June 17-21 and 24-28). Drop off can begin at 8:30 AM and pick-up should be planned for 4:15. Before and after camp care are available (please inquire through email).
All campers will participate in a warm-up that includes a variety of static and dynamic stretches to prepare them for the day and prevent injury.
We will stress the ability to have fun while becoming a better basketball players with fundamental stations that include training in all areas of basketball including ball handling, shooting, passing, defense, and agility.
Campers will be placed on teams and be assigned a specific coach for the week. Each day will consist of two five on five games. There will be no more than 10 campers to a team and everyone receives an equal opportunity to play!
Each day will include a contest campers will participate in that is based on a fundamental skill that was reviewed in stations. These include things like hot shot, free throws, and 1 on 1.
Campers should bring a lunch. We will sell concessions including gatorade, snacks, and pizza. Water is provided throughout the day! Parents can bring in money to start an account for their camper at anytime!
The price includes a T-Shirt and a basketball for each camper! If you don't want to make an online payment you can mail a check to:
10807 Falls Rd,
Brooklandville, MD 21022
P.O. Box 381
Please include the name of the camper on the memo line! A $100 deposit is required to hold your spot!
Coach Hahn is currently the head basketball coach at St. Paul’s. The 2018-2019 season was his first year leading the school from Brooklandville. The team had a great year finishing 19-9 and winning the MIAA B conference regular season with a 13-3 league mark. The Crusader’s would advance to the leagues playoffs final game, where they fell just short of winning the tournament championship. The season also featured the team earn a ranking as high as #16 in the Varsity Sports Network’s top 20 poll of Baltimore Metro area teams.
Prior to taking over at St. Paul’s, Coach Phil was the head coach at Archbishop Curley high school. He took over a team in 2016 that had won three games in the previous season and lead them to the MIAA B conference playoff’s for the first time in almost 10 years. The school made the league playoffs in both of Hahn’s two years as their leader.
Coach Hahn spent the 2015 season at Perry Hall high school as a varsity assistant. He helped a young team make a deep playoff run that would march them all the way to College Park to play at the University of Maryland’s Xfinity Center in the state tournament. The squad finished with a 23-4 record, nearly tripling it’s win total from the year before. The team won the class 4A North Regional Championship, a feat the school’s basketball team accomplished for the first time in it’s 50 year history. This was an emotional run that welcomed Phil back to coaching and helped create an opportunity for him to run his own program the following year. Eventual division I players Laquill Hardnett (University of Cincinnati), Anthony Higgs (University of Illinois) and Tyler Holly (Morgan State University) were Sophomores on that team and are currently playing at their respective schools.
As an upstart young assistant coach, a 21 year old Hahn would begin his career by joining his high school coach and Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame member, Mike Daniels in an effort to rebuild the basketball program at historic the historic City College. In a short period of time City became a powerhouse in Baltimore and the state of Maryland. Coach Phil contributed to help the Knight’s win back to back 2A state championships in 2007 and 2008. The 2007 run lead to the school’s first season ending championship in 40 years. The 2008 campaign saw City finish an amazing 25-2 and earn the Baltimore Sun’s #1 ranking to end the year. Daniel’s, Hahn’s mentor, earned All-Metro Coach of the year honors for his team’s success. The 2009 season would be the staff’s last in East Baltimore. While it didn’t end with a championship, it did earn the prestigious honor of being recognized in the USA Today’s top 25 national ranking.
Coach Phil’s role on staff at City varied throughout the years but his focus on fundamentals and player development helped a number of young men pursue their dreams of playing in college including Will Barton (Denver Nuggets, University of Memphis), Antonio Barton (University of Tennesse), Tim Bond (Eastern Michigan University), C.J. Fair (Syracuse University), Nick Faust (University of Maryland), Jordan Latham (Xavier University), Aaron Nwanko (University of Pittsburgh) and Charles Tapper (University of Oklahoma).
Hahn fell in love with the game of basketball while attending Towson Catholic high school, where he was a teammate of eventual NCAA national champion and NBA lottery pick, Carmelo Anthony. The Owls of TC won the MIAA championship in 2001, Phil’s junior year. Electing not to play in college, coach Phil began the journey that landed him where he is today by training young men through a company called “Athelites.” He became the programs director of basketball operations, a job that allowed him to teach the fundamentals of the game to developing players of many ages. He was able to learn how to incorporate various strategies to help improve the speed, agility, and explosiveness of his players. Coach Hahn would often be found back at his Alma Mater training players like Donte Greene (Sacramento Kings, Syracuse University). The love for the little things Coach Phil established during this time stuck with him and helped him successfully develop players of all ages.