Brice Searles Camps

 Who is Brice Searles?

  • Coach Searles won back to back 4A Alaska State Basketball Championships in 1996-97 and again in 1997-98 with now NBA Star Carlos Boozer. 
  • Coach Searles does basketball clinics with Durango Parks and Recreation in Colorado
  • Brice spent 6 years with the Los Angeles Lakers Summer Youth Camps, 2 years at the Michael Jordan Flight School, Snow Valley Basketball School and University Of Colorado Summer Basketball Camps.
As a player, he attended Cabrillo Senior High School in Lompoc, California where he was the Northern Scoring Champion, 2nd Team All-C.I.F. and went on a scholarship to Gonzaga University back in 1977. 

He then transferred to Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado for 1 year. He won the R.M.A.C. Scoring Championship at 25.0 pts. per game, was an All-District 7 1st Team leading that region in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots. He was an All-American Honorable Mention in 1985.

Brice then went on to play in the Denver Pro Am league before playing professionally in Quito, Ecuador for 3 years with LaSalle and Liga Deportiva.  Coach Searles won the Ecuadorian League Scoring Title there averaging 39.5 points per game and has 3 international scoring records of 60 points twice and 72 points in a game. His team went on to win the Ecuadorian Championship and represented Ecuador in the South American Championship in Caracas, Venezuela.

Coach Searles has a lot of valued experience that he is willing to share with your campers.

DateLocationTypeAge LevelPlayer Limit
March 27-29  Casper, WYShooting Camp5th - 12th 60 Players
April 18-19  Durango, COShooting Camp5th - 12th 60 Players
April - May  Durango, COLittles2nd - 4th 30 Players
April - May  Durango, COLittlesK - 1st 30 Players
May 1-3  Albuquerque, NMShooting Camp5th - 12th 60 Players
June 12-14  Casper, WYElite Youth Scoring4th - 9th 60 Players
June 19-21  Steamboat Springs, COShooting Camp7th - 12th 60 Players
June 23-25  Monte Vista, COShooting Ballhandling5th - 12th 60 Players
July 7-9  Mercer Island, WAElite Youth Scoring4th - 9th 60 Players