The Matt Lottich Life Skills Camp is pleased to announce that registration is now open for its ninth summer session. Co-founded in 2004 by Matt Lottich, former Stanford star and a professional basketball player in Japan, and his teammate Olatunde Sobomehin, MLLS offers high energy, high level basketball training for boys and girls ages 6 - 16, as well as free top of the line athletic apparel. By incorporating life skills into the structured daily curriculum, MLLS provides an unparalleled opportunity for campers to grow both as athletes and individuals.
The camp is organized and staffed by Team Esface, a year-round basketball program with incredibly skilled and dedicated former Stanford, Division I and other college athletes, as well as professional overseas players. These coaches provide unbiased, personalized lessons, thus avoiding the issues often encountered in parent-run athletics. Each day, campers are introduced to a new life skill, with coaches and special guests (past guests include UC Irvine’s Coach Russell Turner, NBA strength and conditioning coach John Murray, and many current and former Stanford players such as Joe Kirchofer and Anthony Goods) discussing how these skills have helped them attain a level of success both on and off the court.
Former campers have gone on to play varsity basketball at Woodside and Carlmont High Schools, and at least 6 current 8th graders have been accepted to play at Serra High School, a top school in one of California’s most competitive athletic conferences, the WCAL.
Camp begins June 18. Sessions last one week, and take place in the spectacular facilities of Woodside Elementary in Woodside CA and Sequoia High School in Redwood City. Registration information can be found online at MLLScamp.com