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St Luke's

Northampton Community College

Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Fame Combine Clinic

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Sunday, March 18, 2018 | 11am-2pm
| $35 per person

  • 10:30am - Check in
  • 11am-12:30pm - Hall of Fame Clinic
  • 12:30-2pm - St. Luke's Combine Clinic

Northampton Community College
3835 Green Pond Road | Bethlehem, PA 18020

Presented by St. Luke's Fitness & Sports Performance, the Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Fame Combine Clinic is designed to excite kids about the game of basketball with age specific drills and fundamentals in a positive learning environment.

The clinic is for athletes from 3rd to 10th grade and will feature age specific ball handling drills, passing drills, defensive drills and shooting drills.

The Combine portion will allow each athlete to individually showcase his/her talents at competitive skill stations that coaches and scouts use to find players for their basketball programs. Individual performance testing results will be made available to all participants in attendance in a detailed report.

Gabe Lewullis, LV Hall of Fame Clinic Host
Central Catholic High School, Player, 1992-95
Princeton University, Player, 1995-99
Inducted into the LV Basketball Hall of Fame: 2006

Gabe Lewullis scored 1,693 points and helped Central Catholic win four District 11 titles and one East Penn Conference crown in his high school career. He then scored 1,277 points and was a three-time all-Ivy League selection in college at Princeton University.

Known for one of the best backdoor plays in NCAA history, Lewullis scored the game-winning basket for Princeton in the Tigers 43-41 upset win over defending national champion UCLA in the first round of the 1996 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Lewullis lives in Allentown, with his wife and three children.



For more information, contact:
Alexis Zydyk, Special Events Manager | 484-821-0024