Coach Roach is now retired from coaching, but began his career
at Norcross High School in 1973. In his 7 years there he won
over 100 games, took his team to the state playoffs twice, won
the Gwinnett County Championship once and won the 8AAA sub
region championship 3 straight years. He is past president of
the Gwinnett County Tip-Off Club and is the founder and
president of the NW GA Tip-Off Club, which he began in 1986.
After leaving Norcross, Coach Roach spent two years at Jefferson
High, then moved to Jonesboro High. He then moved back to his
hometown of Rome and coached at Adairsville High School. In his
first season at Adairsville his team was sub region runner-up.
From 2001-2005 he coached at Chattooga, where in 2004, his team
qualified for the first time since 1988, for the state
tournament. Coach Roach spent 5 years coaching girls and boys
teams in grades 5-10 at Duluth where he compiled over 250
victories. He also officiated basketball for over 20 years, and
is now an official in the NW Georgia area. Coach Roach was the
first girls coach to be selected Coach of the Year by the
Atlanta Tip-Off Club in 1979.
Dacula (retired) Assistant girls coach, Lakeview Academy. Coach
Crowe is a very capable organizer and versatile coach. In his
years in education Coach Crowe has served as Athletic Director
and Head Coach of the following sports: football, basketball,
track, baseball, cross-country, softball, wrestling, and
tennis. He has also officiated football, basketball and
baseball. He took his Dacula team to the final four in 1993. Dacula
Hall of Fame Softball and Basketball Coach.
He was named Gwinnett County coach of the year in 1991 and
1993. Coach Crowe has been with the Number One Basketball Camp
from the beginning and coordinates the camp’s activities.
Woodstock High School. Prior to his present position, Coach
Glasper was the head boys coach at Cherokee High School for 8
years. He has been on the camp staff since 1991. Rick played 4
years at Gainesville High School. He was all conference at
North Georgia College for 3 years. Coach Glasper has coached
multiple sports including Basketball, Football, Track and Tennis.
Head Boys Coach, East Laurens High School. While at East
Laurens, Coach Williams’ teams have been to the state tournament
for the last 8 seasons. His teams have been the state runner-up
twice and been to the elite eight twice. He has been the head
coach at Treutlen County and an assistant at Stephens County
High Schools. Coach Williams played professionally in Europe
and South America. He was a three time honorable mention
All-American at North Georgia College and also named Player of
the Year while at North Georgia. He was the MVP for three
seasons on the All-Marine Corps team. He has been on the camp
staff since 1993.
ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR:
Pointe South Middle School. Coach Polk has taught and coached
for 25 years in Clayton County. He retired in 2011. Coach Polk coordinates room
arrangements, schedules of games and officials. He’s been on the
camp staff since 1992
Combination fundamental-team play campers: Brenau University in
the lobby of Crudup Hall on 1st day of camp from 9:00 am-10:00 am.
CAMP SESSIONS: High
School and Middle School combination (fundamental-team
play) First Session starts at 10:00 am on first day of camp.
Team play only contact coach Ron Roach for arrival time and
STAFF: (Present and
Roach, Chattooga; Rick Crowe, Apalachee; Rick Glasper, Woodstock; Jimmy Williams, East
Laurens; Kelly Polk, Pointe South; Sylvia Akers, Flowery
Branch; Emmett Clower, Putnam County; Cindy Free, White Co.;
Karen Duncan, Walton; Kevin Daniel, Oconee Co.; Kevin Creekmore,
Brooks, AL; Eric Tate, Brooks, AL; Mahogany Hudson, Gainesville;
Scott Givens, South Forsyth, Jamel Hester, Gainesville; Antoine
Welchel, Murray State, Adrian Penland International Pro Player;
Sheena Trimiar, Piedmont College; Cluster Smith, Gainesville. Hazel
Hall, Flower Branch; Keith Dunn Unity Christian; Steve Sweat,
Other outstanding coaches have also worked on the camp staff.
director and staff are not only qualified in teaching the
techniques of basketball, but in running a fine camp as well.
staff will be made up of outstanding high school coaches. Some
college players will be used as counselors and instructors. We
use enthusiastic high school coaches instead of looking for top
name pro and college coaches who have little or no experience
working with this age group.
To instill the confidence that all young athletes
need in order to further their basketball aspirations. We
consider this camp as an opportunity to improve through a
combination of fundamental work combined with actual league
games, which equal the experience of about half of an entire
Fill out the attached registration blank, and mail before
Enclose a deposit of
$100.00 per player.
Balance is payable upon registration. Full fee may be enclosed
if desired. Deposits are
Please make checks payable to: Number-One
Camp applications will be accepted after May 1st if space is
Since we have incorporated our parental and doctor’s statement
into our brochure, there will be no follow-up acknowledgements.
For further information:
Coach Ron Roach
Home phone: (706) 295-3934
312 Clark Drive SE
Cell: (706) 767-3323
Rome, GA 30161
Fax: (706) 290-9964
Coach Rick Crowe
Home phone: (770) 962-4746
Cell; (404) 569-1247
Cell: (770) 371-4188
DIRECTIONS TO BRENAU
Take I-85 North to I-985 North. Take Exit 22,
Gainesville—Jefferson, Hwy. 129. Turn left off of the exit.
Follow highway 129 into Gainesville. After crossing Jesse Jewel
Parkway, take the 3rd right onto Washington St. At the second
stop sign, turn left onto Prior St. Crudup Hall will be the
second building on your right.
In our 43rd summer of camp, we take pride in being the original
camp in Georgia to combine the team and fundamentals concept.
Many camps have developed during the past 15-20 years using our
system. The concept has proven to be successful and popular
with players and coaches since 1976. While we have maintained
low camp fees we have continued to grow. The outstanding group
of coaches who have been members of our staff, plus players and
attending coaches have helped accomplish this.
objective is to keep the enrollment of campers and teams at a
size that can meet the needs of the team without losing sight of
the individual participant.
After reviewing many other camp brochures, statements like “most
competitive camp play in the nation,” “best camp in the state,”
etc., appear on many of them. The Number-One camp promises only
that we will provide essentially the same or better experience
while costing less than most.
Many Varsity and JV teams that have attended previous camps have
experienced successful seasons. Examples: Forsyth Central,
Andy Martin; Cass, Clarissa Bagwell; Pope, Fred Wheeler; McEachern
& Hillgrove, Sheryl Fowler; Gainesville, Manson Hill Brenda
Hill Gilmore; North
Atlanta, Kathleen Washington; Roswell, Lesley Broadwell; GMC,
John Griffin; Chattooga, Ron Roach; Madison County, Julie
Phillips; West Hall, Lynn Jarrett; Dawson Co., Steve Sweat;
Woodstock, Julie Crowe; Flowery Branch, Hazel Hall; Brooks, AL,
Kevin Creekmore; Johnson-Gainesville, Ron Smith;
Heritage-Newnan, Simon Dupree and Judith Griffith; Hephzibah,
Wendell Lofton; Dodge County, Dick Kelly; Armuchee, Bill
Thornton; Bowdon, Dennis Phagan; Central Gwinnett, Cass Cassell;
Paulding County, Nancy Waldrep; Mt. Paran, David Fitzpatrick. Unity
Christian, Keith Dunn
Middle school programs include: E. T. Booth, LeeAnn Shaw;
Westside, Chris Woods; North Hall, Lisa Allgood; West Hall,
Traci Passmore & Greg Kinsey; Gainesville, Kellie Stephens
Kendrick, David Drayton; Haysville NC, Tammy Dills; Armuchee,
Judson Cox; Pepperell, Brian Henderson; Pope, Suzi Edgerton;
GMC, Jim Smiley; Towns County, Jamesa Nelson; Unity Christian, Russ
Dyer, Valerie Glass
TIME OF ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE:
Campers should arrive on the college campus first day of camp
between 9:00 am and 10:00 am. Orientation is at 10:00 am.
Campers should be out of the dorm on last day afternoon. Teams
traveling a long distance can make arrangements to stay an extra
day. Call for costs.
Qualified members of the staff will supervise the dormitory.
Dorms are air conditioned.
WHAT TO BRING:
Each participant should bring workout shoes and clothes, socks,
shorts, shirts, swim suit, and personal toilet articles, towels,
sheets (single), and pillow.
COST FOR RESIDENT CAMPERS:
Fundamental campers cost is $305.00.
This covers instruction, insurance, T-shirt, meals, lodging in
the dorm, team games and shooting contests.
Team play only:
New lower rates available. Same dates listed above. Call for
more information on costs and registration time for boarders or
commuter teams. (Additional team fee for less than 10 per
$100 deposit due prior to May 1st for all
campers. The balance may be paid by cash, money order, cashiers
check or school check. (Cost wll be $315 if deposit is received
after May 1st)
Head coach stays free, may be fee for assistants
based on number of players.
COST FOR DAY CAMPERS:
campers cost is $175.00,
meals are included.
Discounts available for 6 or more.
Individuals accepted on a limited
basis—call for more information.
Call for cost of team play only campers.
camp is open to girls ranging in age from 11 years to rising
high school seniors. Instruction and games will be scheduled
according to ages.
who are admitted are expected to conform to proper behavior and
to follow rules set by the camp and college. Those who are
unwilling to meet these standards will be dismissed. Campers may
not use automobiles during camp, and must turn in keys at
will be housed in air-conditioned dorms and meals are served in
the college dining hall. Also located on campus is a post
office, bookstore, snack bar, and student’s lounge. The college
swimming pool may also be available to campers.
**Do not bring unnecessary valuables as the camp
will not be responsible for any lost articles.
campers will be covered by accident insurance (ours is excess
coverage and is used along with the camper’s own policy).
Medical expenses, which are declined for payment through the
campers personal insurance and/or through the excess policy,
become the personal responsibility of the camper’s parents or