Campco Elite Basketball Clinics

Welcome to Campco Elite Basketball Clinic, where aspiring young female athletes aged 13-16 come to hone their skills, cultivate their potential, and nurture their dreams of playing basketball at the collegiate level.

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Campco Elite Basketball Clinics

Campco Elite Basketball Clinics @ Bancroft Summer

Welcome to Campco Elite Basketball Clinic, where aspiring young female athletes aged 13-16 come to hone their skills, cultivate their potential, and nurture their dreams of playing basketball at the collegiate level.

Our clinic brings together an experienced and dedicated group of top-notch coaches from diverse backgrounds, including former WNBA, NBA, Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, and High School basketball mentors, to offer an unparalleled experience in athletic development. At Campco Elite Basketball Clinic, we understand that success on the court requires more than just talent. Our comprehensive program goes beyond basic skill training, delving into crucial aspects like nutrition and mental health to empower athletes to excel both on and off the hardwood.   

July 30-August 1, 2024

9:00am – 3:00pm

$350 Per Camper

Don’t Miss Out!

Space is limited to ensure a meaningful and personalized experience for participants. Join us at Campco Elite Basketball Clinic and embark on a transformative journey toward realizing your collegiate basketball aspirations. Whether you’re a budding prodigy or a seasoned competitor, our program is designed to elevate your game and ignite your potential. Dare to dream, dare to achieve – the future of basketball starts here.

What We Do 


Through a carefully crafted curriculum, rising female basketball players engage in intensive skill development sessions, tailored to enhance their fundamental abilities and strategic understanding of the game. From mastering dribbling techniques to refining shooting accuracy, to nuance defensive footwork, our coaches provide personalized instruction to help each player reach her full potential.


Campco Elite Basketball Clinic places a strong emphasis on holistic wellness. Our expert-led workshops on nutrition equip athletes with the knowledge to fuel their bodies optimally, fostering peak performance and recovery. Additionally, we address the importance of mental health in athletic achievement, offering strategies to manage stress, build resilience, and maintain focus amidst the demands of competitive sports.


Beyond the basketball court, Campco Elite Basketball Clinic fosters a supportive and inclusive environment where young athletes can forge lasting friendships, cultivate leadership skills, and embrace the values of teamwork and sportsmanship. Our coaches serve as mentors, imparting invaluable wisdom and instilling a passion for the game that extends far beyond the clinic walls.

Who We Are

Taj McWilliams-Franklin is a towering figure in the world of basketball, renowned for her unparalleled skill, leadership, and profound impact both on and off the court. With a playing career spanning over three decades, Taj’s journey is a testament to resilience, dedication, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. 

Taj’s professional career in the Women’s National Basketball Association is nothing short of legendary. From 1999 to 2012, she graced the courts of the WNBA winning 2 Championships, earning 6 All-Star selections, and leaving an indelible mark on the league with her dominant performances and indomitable spirit. Taj donned the jerseys of several esteemed franchises, including the Orlando Miracle, Connecticut Sun, New York Liberty, Los Angeles Sparks, and Minnesota Lynx. She possessed a rare blend of athleticism, finesse, and basketball IQ that set her apart from her peers. Beyond her on-court prowess, Taj’s leadership and mentorship qualities shone brightly throughout her career. As a seasoned veteran, she served as a guiding light for teammates, imparting wisdom, instilling confidence, and fostering a culture of excellence.

Following her illustrious playing career, Taj seamlessly transitioned into coaching, further cementing her legacy as a transformative figure in the world of basketball. As a WNBA Coach, Division 1 Assistant Coach and Division 2 Head Coach, she was able to draw upon her wealth of experience and innate understanding of the game to help young athletes find their potential. She continues to inspire the next generation of athletes as a respected coach, mentor, and advocate for women’s basketball through her current work with the NBA and WNBA.

Joe brings to the forefront a unique blend of expertise drawn from 56 years of hands-on experience as a Coach and Camp Director and a profound understanding of the intricacies of the game. His vision for Campco Elite Clinics transcends mere skill development, encompassing a holistic approach that nurtures the mind, body, and spirit of each participant.

Joe is a legendary High School Player and Coach and member of the Sharon High School Hall of Fame, Plymouth State University Hall of Fame, Quincy High School Basketball Hall of Fame, and MA Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He also had an incredible career as a collegiate coach at Boston University, Suffolk University, and Wentworth Institute of Technology, and spent years as NBA scout working with the Charlotte Hornets organization.

Joe has turned his love of teaching the game into a passion for camps and clinics. He has mentored thousands of young basketball players and coaches as the founder of the Boston Celtics Camps and as the longtime Director and General Manager of the Dave Cowens Basketball Camps. Joe created a destination for New England families with children who wanted to get the best in basketball fundamental skill development. 

In March of 2023, Joe was named the ‘Community Coach of the Year’ by the Boston Celtics as they celebrated his illustrious career during a home game against the Utah Jazz. 

Amy Quinn (Lepley) has been working in the summer basketball camp industry for over 15 years. Growing up in Norfolk, MA, she attended Bishop Feehan High School where she played four years on the Varsity team as a standout point guard.

She played Division 1 Basketball at Holy Cross, where she was a four year Varsity Starter scoring over 1000 points and making two Patriot League Final appearances as a Crusader. She was a two-time league All Star, a member of the All Academic Team during her junior season, and a member of the All Rookie Team during her freshman campaign. She also majored in math and was a part of the Teacher Education Program to help her attain her goal of becoming a teacher. After college, Amy started her teaching career at Norwood High School and is currently in her 11th year of teaching math. She also earned her Masters in Curriculum and Teaching Mathematics in 2015 from Fitchburg State.

One of the most important parts of basketball for Amy is the ability to be versatile. She used her ball handling skills gained from being a guard in high school to impact her game when she was a post player in college. This versatility is a huge part of what she emphasizes during lectures and coaching while working with basketball players. Amy loves helping female athletes achieve their goals. She believes in not only perfecting the skill sets that athletes already possess, but also really pushing athletes to step out of their comfort zone in order to reach their full potential. 

Right out of college, Amy knew she had to be involved in coaching. She became the JV coach at Norwood for two years, and then took over the Varsity program. She completed seven seasons as Varsity coach, posting an impressive record of 24-1 in the 2021-2022 season, ultimately losing in the State Finals. During her career, she has been the TVL Coach of the Year 3 times, the MBCA D2 Coach of the Year in 2019-2020, and helped her team earn the #1 seed in Division 2 in 2019-2020 and 2021-2022. She amassed 99 wins in her tenure as Varsity Coach at Norwood. 

Amy is now a partner in the LLC, Campco JA, which has facilitated running the regional youth summer camps for the Boston Celtics. Her partner in the LLC, Joe Amorosino, has run these camps for a number of years, and Amy joined in being an administrator three years ago after working for Joe as a director at a number of different locations. Amy was in charge of hiring quality instructors and programming for over 30 individual Celtics camps in her tenure. She looks forward to bringing this knowledge in their new endeavor with the Campco Elite Basketball Clinics.

Assistant Head of School and Girls Varsity Basketball Coach at Bancroft School. Dan has been coaching High School Basketball for 18 years and worked at two Division 1 athletic departments in Marketing and Communications as well as a front office staff member for the Boston Red Sox. He has been the Head Coach at Boston University Academy for 5 years and now at Bancroft School where he led the girls varsity team to their first NEPSAC 13 win season and semi-final appearance in 30 years last year. 

This is Christina’s fifth year working for basketball camps for Joe Amorosino. She grew up in Stoughton, Massachusetts. Christina attended high school at Cardinal Spellman in Brockton, MA where she was a four-year Varsity player, and two-year Captain under Coach Pat Lamb. Christina went on to play college basketball at Curry College and was named captain her Senior year. She received her undergraduate degree in 2015 and her Masters Degree in Elementary Education in 2017. This is Christina’s fifth year serving as a 4th grade Teacher at Snug Harbor Community School in Quincy. At Snug Harbor, she works for extended education programs such as after-school tutoring, and the Snug Soccer Program. She also coordinates and runs an after-school basketball program for grades 4 and 5. She was the JV girls’ basketball coach and Assistant Varsity Coach at North Quincy High School for four years and currently trains basketball players of a variety of ages to enhance skill development. In addition to teaching and coaching, Christina has a passion for health and fitness. She spends her free time in the gym, outdoors, and focusing on a healthy lifestyle.

Jillian has worked as the Athletic Trainer at Johnson & Wales University since 2002 working in the care, prevention, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries with the school’s 16 Varsity athletic teams. Since 2006 Jillian has been a trainer for the Boston Celtics Basketball Camps and Dave Cowens Basketball Camps where she worked with young student-athletes ages 10-18. She holds an Advanced Master’s Degree in Sports Health Care from the Arizona School of Health Sciences and a Bachelor of Science in Human Movement and Sports Science from Sacred Heart University.


Christiana Bakolas, the point guard on Bentley’s 2014 NCAA Division II national championship team, is in her ninth season as an assistant coach after serving as a graduate assistant during the 2014-15 campaign.

A team captain during that special 2013-14 season in which Bentley posted a perfect 35-0 record, Bakolas averaged 6.4 points, 5.5 assists and 4.3 steals while starting all 35 games.

The Manchester, N.H. resident, who earned her Masters in Business Administration from Bentley in May 2016, played in 127 career games for the Falcons, including 93 as a starter. She totaled 585 points and came within ten assists of 500 while playing on teams that had a four-year record of 124-11.

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