Fundamental Basketball Camp

Tay Fisher's Fundamental Basketball Camp was established in the summer of 2004. It started at Kingston High School, where Tay went to high school and made a name for himself by working hard and never giving up. Eventually, this led him to a Division I school, Siena College and now playing professional basketball traveling the world.

Tay received his Bachelors degree in Psychology at Siena College and his Masters in Childhood Education at The College of Saint Rose. He has always had a passion for working with kids, which shows not only with his camp, but with his occupation as well. Together, with his former Junior Varsity coach, Mark Wyncoop, they decided to start a basketball clinic. This initial event started as a 2-day clinic in hopes of helping kids move in the direction of becoming better basketball players.
In 2008, the clinic was no longer considered a clinic, but rather a camp. After Tay ended his career at Siena he knew the clinics had to be changed into camps. The clinic would now be a week long camp (5 days) with extended hours. Also, he changed the T-shirt design, and expanded his camp to other regions of Upstae New York (Saratoga Springs High School and Troy High School). Players from all around the area wanted to be a part of his basketball camp and as a result of attending the camp, they became better players and better individuals in just 5 days. Below are links relating to the 2008 Tay Fisher Fundamental Basketball Camp. Check it out!!
Saratogian News
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