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Space is filling up at John Calipari’s Inaugural Father/Daughter Camp

If you want to participate in John Calipari’s Inaugural Father/Daughter Camp, you better act quickly.

Just 24 hours after opening registration, they are already approaching 200 attendees, and there aren’t many spots remaining.

The Kentucky head coach took to Twitter to let fans know that they need to register as soon as possible to make sure they are locked in to participate on June 22.

“My focus is making this a GREAT camp – not the biggest – since this is a unique thing so we’ll have to limit how many can attend,” Calipari said this afternoon. “With the way this is going and now with [Megan Calipari] and maybe [Erin Calipari] participating, this could fill up fast.

The cost of the camp is $99 per person ($198 for a father/daughter) duo and includes:

  • Lunch (noon to 1 p.m.)
  • Camp T-shirt
  • Two sessions of instruction and competition
  • Photo and autograph opportunities with UK staff and players

The John Calipari 2019 Father/Daughter Camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET on June 22 at the Joe Craft Center and Memorial Coliseum.

While you’re at it, spots in all three sessions of the John Calipari 2019 Father/Son Camp are also still available, which are scheduled for June 7, 14, and 28.

To register for either camp, head on over to UKAthletics.com/CAMPS and sign up.

You won’t want to miss these awesome opportunities.

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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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2 Comments for Space is filling up at John Calipari’s Inaugural Father/Daughter Camp



  1. The Real LindaS
    12:47 am May 26, 2019 Permalink

    Maybe they will do it like the do the ladies camp…just keep adding more and more and more until there is almost 1,000.



  2. The Real LindaS
    9:26 pm May 26, 2019 Permalink

    It really is a special opportunity for the girls and their fathers. They do get lunch, wow. photograph opportunities with the players. Will it be like the ladies camp, a group stands behind the players and they take a pic. It will be a great Saturday for the girls to spend time with Coach Cal and their daddy. They don’t have to sit and wonder when it will take place, just like the other camps, they know in plenty of time. They are going to have so much fun and learn so much. Same goes for the father and son camps and the coach’s camps and all the other camps.
    But why do the ladies have to wait so long to find out when our camp is going to be? The date is always on a Sunday which is bad for out of town women who have to be at work the next day and the time allotted for the camp is not long enough. Almost 1000 participants are too much. If you are going to have that many participants you need to either have longer hours or 2 days not 1. And look how long the other camps are, this one is 9 AM to 4 PM. They get lunch we use to; we don’t get that or anything else anymore other than a shirt. If we want a signed ball we have to pay for it via the camp.
    Contrary to popular belief, women do know their basketball and many of them could out smart any man who thinks he knows it all. We enjoy the games as much as anyone else; we are not second class citizens like some people are trying to make us.
    I liked it a lot better when it was at memorial and the Craft Center. We got lunch! There are a lot of women who are not coming anymore. I’m not sure if I will this year, it is getting too expensive and too crowded. BTW something could be done to speed up check in also.