Founded in 1963 by Indiana University's Hall-of-Fame coach, Branch McCracken, the McCracken Basketball Camp is dedicated to teaching boys and girls ages 8-18 the skills necessary to have success. Branch's son, David B. McCracken, became Director of the camp in 1970 and continued in that position until his death in 2001. Long-time Assistant Director Todd German is now the Director and will continue the goals of both Coach McCrackens to provide all players with the best possible camp experience. The McCracken Basketball Camp offers seven different programs for the individual player, as well as team camps.
The McCracken Midwest Volleyball Camps has been well known for its Complete Skills Camp, which is four days of intensive work on all phases of volleyball. Not only are group drills stressed, but also much time is spent on individual work, both with the coaches and the director. Over the past 22 years we have designed and refined our program until we are convinced that we have the best program available to help each player develop her talent to the fullest.