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We call it SUMMER SCHOOL, because we have a FOCUSED, INTENSE, ACADEMIC-like approach to enhancing your game. Taking notes, working hard, & competing each time you train! Camps sold out last year, so sign up TODAY!

Summer provides players the opportunity to GROW and IMPROVE their games. We will offer 5 different 2-day camps in our beautiful 4-court, 12-basket Fieldhouse (located at 1010 Dickinson Ave in Ames). Players aged 3rd – High School, males and females, are invited to train at 1 or all 5 of the camps offered. Here are the details and registration is below:

  • Each day camp operates from 10:00am - 2:30pm.
  • Athletes will need to bring their own lunches for the break from 12:00pm - 12:30pm.
  • Parents are welcome to stay and watch or can drop-off. We have WIFI free internet available.
  • Players will be spread out and separated by age and skill level, and there is a camp maximum for each 2-day camp so register today!
  • All camps will be led by Lyndsey Fennelly (Email with any questions, concerns, or issues), and assisted by current collegiate athletes and AIA coaches.
  • Each camp day has the following schedule: The first 90 minutes of training sessions are SKILL-focused and the final 30 minutes are GAME-structured so athletes have a chance to implement, compete, and receive feedback in a competitive setting.
  • For ideal growth, we recommend that athletes attend as many camps as possible as the skill training, note taking, & competition format is ideal for optimal development.
  • For 15 minutes after lunch, players will be expected to take notes on the morning session which will include key drills, teaching points of emphasis, and skills to work on.


→ Worked with over 30,000 players last 10 years

After being drafted in the WNBA in 2007, Lyndsey began working with athletes, both males & females, throughout N. America from toddlers to professionals. Her journey has her now in Ames leading numerous All Iowa Attack camps as well as year-round small group & individual training. She is considered one of the top skill development trainers in the country, also directing the Naz Mitrou-Long basketball camp.

Lyndsey (Medders) Fennelly was an Iowa State All-American and starting point guard from 2003-2007, leading the country in assists her junior year. Originally from Los Angeles, CA, she is proud to still call Ames home as she is married to current ISU women’s basketball coach, Billy Fennelly. Their most active teammates are Will (3) and Callie (newborn).


"I've known and watched Lyndsey since she was an all big 12 performer at Iowa State. I've witnessed her transfer her knowledge and experience as an elite player to younger players. Her high basketball IQ allows her to teach the advanced and she has the patience to teach the basics to younger players. No matter your skill level, Lyndsey will cater to your strengths while working on your weaknesses because she cares. Lyndsey cares about the way the game is played and how the game can shape and mold the character of a young person." - Debbie Antonelli, Women’s Basketball Analysts

"Intelligent and always learning, Lyndsey is one of those people that is truly passionate about her craft. For her, it's not work, but a labor of love. People like that are infectious and can't help but make you better."Brenda Frese, University of Maryland Head Women’s Basketball Coach

“Lyndsey is a phenomenal coach and skills instructor. Her workouts are intense, purposeful and progressive. She gets players better, period. But even more impressive is her commitment to improving lives off of the court. She is genuine, authentic, and of high character. I am thankful to call her both a friend and a colleague. Lyndsey represents everything that is ‘right’ with youth basketball.” – Alan Stein, Owner of

“I have watched Lyndsey work out a wide range of ages and talent levels. There is no one better! She reaches, challenges and motivates High School, Collegiate and Professional Basketball Players. She breaks the game down and connects with each of her students and everyone improves.” – Brian Agler, WNBA Seattle Storm Head Coach