Nashville, Tenn. - Tennessee State University men's basketball coach Travis Williams held his inaugural boys basketball camp that concluded Thursday at the Gentry Center.
The four day camp focused on teaching fundamentals and introducing enthusiasm to the game of basketball to young men ages six to 15. Approximately 65 campers from the Nashville community participated in the event.
"I thought it was a great overall camp," noted first year head coach Travis Williams. "It was great to see smiling faces and young kids running down the court having fun. It felt good to see all of these young kids from the community participate in this camp."
The Tennessee State men's basketball program finished the 2011-12 season with a 20-13 record and earned a postseason berth the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Coach Williams was hired as TSU's 16th head coach on April 13.
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