CAMP FIGHTING SCOT
For more than 50 years (now in our 51st year) Camp Fighting Scot at the College of Wooster has provided boys grades 4-12 an outstanding opportunity to train with some of the top basketball coaches in the country. Directed by The College of Wooster Men’s Basketball Coach, Doug Cline, the camp features an outstanding blend to teaching, game play and fun. Emphasis on proper fundamentas, individual technique and team play are the hallmarks of our program.
Lo1cated inside Armington Physical Education Center (P.E.C.), Timken Gymnasium is the home facility for men’s and women’s basketball as well as women’s volleyball. It has a seating capacity of 3,400 – the largest of any North Coast Athletic Conference school. Many other events are held inside Timken Gymnasium, including summer camps, concerts and graduation (if it rains).
Head Coach / Camp Director
Few people, if any, understand The College of Wooster basketball experience more fully than Doug Cline, a 1995 graduate of the school, does. Now in his 21st year as a full-time member of the coaching staff, Cline has played a major role in Wooster’s 504-120 record (.808) the past 20 seasons.
As a player for the Scots, Cline was a member of one of the top basketball classes ever at Wooster. Along with teammates Scott Meech, Craig Bradley, Jason Zerger, and Jeff Hamilton, Cline helped lead the Scots to three NCAA Tournament appearances, three North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament championships, two NCAC regular season titles, and a record of 91-21 (.813) in four years.
“Camp Fighting Scot is one of the few teaching camps in America. Most camps roll the ball out, but at Camp Fighting Scot players are taught how to play the game.”