Basketball

Dinos Basketball Camps

The Dinos Basketball Camps are the perfect place to improve your skills, get active and compete against other players around Calgary. Participants will learn basketball fundamentals and techniques, conditioning methods and team-play tactics.

Please note that this program is delivered by Dinos Athletics and registered through UofC Active LIving.

Dinos Men's Basketball will be offering a high school evening camp the week of July 15 - July 19 and a shooting camp on July 27 - 28 (Saturday/Sunday). Registration for these programs is through the Men's Basketball team. Contact Dan Pearson at daniel.pearson1@ucalgary.ca for information and registration.

Dinos Next Level Basketball Camp (Invitation Only)

“The University of Calgary Dinos Women’s Basketball Team is hosting a unique summer camp that is available exclusively to current high school student-athletes who aspire to compete at the college or university level. This 4-day camp is limited to 40 athletes entering grades 10-12, each requiring a nomination from their high school or club coach (or prior approval from the Dinos coaching staff).

What makes the Dinos NEXT LEVEL Basketball Camp so unique is that campers will have the opportunity to watch the Dinos train under the guidance of Head Coach, Damian Jennings, while having the practice drills and concepts explained by Lead Assistant Coach, Matt Spencer - participants will get an exclusive look into exactly how a successful university basketball training environment operates. Following the Dinos training, campers will take to the court or classroom to experience many of the same concepts that they’ve just viewed. On court and classroom sessions will be led by Matt Spencer, with the support of the Dinos coaching staff and players. In addition to watching the Dinos training, plus on court / in classroom sessions, campers will also be paired up with a current Dino player to be able to ask questions throughout the week about balancing the demands of being a university level student-athlete.

Coaching Development
The University of Calgary Dinos women’s basketball program believes strongly in supporting coaching development. As such, club or high school coaches who have athletes in attendance at the Dinos NEXT LEVEL Basketball Camp are welcome to attend all sessions, free of charge.

For more information, please email Matt Spencer at: mdspence@ucalgary.ca

Please note that this program is delivered by Dinos Athletics and registered through UofC Active Living.

Summer Basketball

Summer registration opens April 1.

Intramural basketball offers competitive tiered leagues to allow you to select the type of competition you want. Teams will be scheduled for 6 or 8 games, depending on which day you choose to play on. All leagues will have standings, officials and playoffs. Play as a team or with other individuals.  

A Division – Players would have intermediate to advanced skills and a firm knowledge of the rules. They would have played competitively in high school or with city leagues. Usually Division A to D in senior men’s league.

B Division – Players would have basic to intermediate skills and knowledge of the rules. They would have played in Jr. or Sr. high school or within city leagues. Usually Division E or lower in senior men’s league.

All division descriptions are a base guideline.

Mixed Basketball

Winter 2019 registration will open Nov. 12.

Please note that due to the bleacher renovations in the Jack Simpson gym, the basketball season will be shorter this year and smaller (30 teams within all men's and mixed leagues), ending Feb. 28. Intramurals will ONLY be able to take time playing requests, NOT DAYS unfortunately.

Intramural mixed basketball offers competitive tiered leagues to allow you to select the type of competition you want. Teams will be scheduled for 8 regular season games. All leagues have standings, officials and playoffs. Play as a team or with other individuals.  Mixed Teams are required to have at least 2 players of the opposite gender on the court at all times.

A Division – Players would have intermediate to advanced skills and a firm knowledge of the rules. They would have played competitively in high school or with city leagues or division A to D in senior men’s league.

B Division – Players would have intermediate skills and knowledge of the rules. They would have played in jr. or sr. high school or with city leagues or division E or lower in senior men’s league.

All division descriptions are a base guideline.

New
This year all basketball leagues will have a seeding round. This is part of your 8 games. The seeding round is to try and balance the divisions for the remainder of the semester. The reseed will take place after all teams have played 4 games.  Some teams will move up or move down a division.

Mens Basketball

Winter 2019 registration will open Nov. 12.

Please note that due to the bleacher renovations in the Jack Simpson gym, the basketball season will be shorter this year and smaller (30 teams within all men's and mixed leagues), ending Feb. 28. Intramurals will ONLY be able to take time playing requests, NOT DAYS unfortunately.

Intramural men’s basketball offers competitive tiered leagues to allow you to select the type of competition you want. Teams will be scheduled for 8 regular season games. All leagues have standings, officials and playoffs. Play as a team or with other individuals.

A Division – Players would have intermediate to advanced skills and a firm knowledge of the rules. They would have played competitively in high school or with city leagues or division A to D in senior men’s league.

B Division – Players would have intermediate skills and knowledge of the rules. They would have played in jr. or sr. high school or with city leagues, or division E to H in senior men’s league.

C Division - Players would have basic skills and knowledge of the rules.  They would have played in Jr. or Sr. high school or with city leagues or division I and lower in senior men's league. 

All division descriptions are a base guideline. 

New
This year all basketball leagues will have a seeding round. This is part of your 8 games. The seeding round is to try and balance the divisions for the remainder of the semester. The reseed will take place after all teams have played 4 games.  Some teams will move up or move down a division.