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On November 5, 2017, Don R. Eddy died peacefully with his family and pet dog, Muffin by his side. His life's goal was reached and he was seeing Jesus face to face. Born in Kenova, West Virginia on December 16, 1935, Coach Eddy spent his life serving others and leading them to know Jesus. His passion for basketball allowed him to influence thousands of young people. After ending his collegiate coaching career at UTSA, he started a sport ministry camp throughout Texas and in twelve other states. Under Coach Eddy's directorship hundreds of students committed their lives to Christ each summer. As our "camp" family grieves, we take comfort in knowing that the ultimate Hustle Award Winner, has received his just reward and that his life's work was not in vain.

Gold Crown Basketball | Preparing kids for the game of life

John Berry, who has coached for more than twenty years, shares basketball tips infused with life lessons in this guidebook to the game and life.
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Gold Crown Basketball - Preparing kids for the game of life

In 1977, Rich Glas was a 28-year-old head men's basketball coach at Minnesota Morris
Thunder Basketball is proud to have new Head Coach Brian Burtnyk take over the men’s program leadership for the 2017-2018 season. Coach Burtnyk brings years of collegiate playing and coaching experience to the Thunder Basketball team.


Are you looking for a basketball camp with a rich tradition of excellence? Then look no further. Don Eddy Basketball Camps have been in existence for over 30 years and teach nearly 1,400 student-athletes each summer. We’ve studied some of the best shooters in the country and have modeled our curriculum from what gets the best results. Our shooting and one on one instruction is one of the best in the nation but we’re more than just a basketball camp. We strive to integrate our faith and belief in Christ into the camp environment. Every camp begins with the Theme for the Week and supporting scripture. Each summer we have close to 400 student-athletes accept Christ as their personal Savior or renew their relationship with Him. We know it is this relationship that will far outlast any basketball career. This has been the driving force behind all that we do as we give each athlete the opportunity to build the skills that will put them on the road to becoming a better athlete and a better person.