Ashland University's women's basketball team will have its 2019 Elite Camp on Aug. 11 from 1-6 p.m. in Kates Gymnasium.
Registrants must be in grades 9-12, and those who participate will receive an Ashland camp t-shirt, play in competitive games, learn from Eagle coaches and players, and partake in a college admissions seminar.
Cost is $45 prior to the day of the camp, and $55 during same-day registration.
In 2018-19, the Eagles finished 29-3 overall and 18-2 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, winning their fourth consecutive GLIAC Tournament championship and qualifying for the Division II postseason for the fifth year in a row.
Over the last eight seasons, Ashland women's basketball has put together perhaps the best stretch in NCAA Division II – two national championships, two national runner-up finishes, seven D-II playoff appearances, six GLIAC Tournament championships, five GLIAC regular-season titles, a Division II basketball-record 73-game winning streak (Nov. 11, 2016-March 21, 2018), and an aggregate record of 246-27 (.901).
Those 246 wins represent the most for any D-II women's hoops program in the last eight seasons.