Connecticut Sun to Host Skills Clinics

September 22, 2022 - Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) - Connecticut Sun News Release

Uncasville, CT - Today, the Connecticut Sun announced that the organization will be hosting three skills clinics throughout the rest of the calendar year. The Sun will be providing high level coaching and instruction to girls grades 3-8.

The skills clinics will feature appearances by Connecticut Sun guards Courtney Williams and DiJonai Carrington and will be held at Sacred Heart Academy (265 Benham St. Hamden, CT 06514). Each skills clinic will consist of two sessions. Session 1 will be for grades 3-5, and Session 2 will be for grades 6-8. Registration for each clinic will be $30, and every participant will receive a Connecticut Sun Skills Clinic t-shirt. Registration for the first clinic will open on October 3.

"We, at the Connecticut Sun, are very invested in cultivating and encouraging the next generation of women's basketball. We are very proud to be able to provide instruction and inspiration to the young women in our community, and we hope that any one of our clinics could be the catalyst for a young girl's journey in this sport that we all cherish so deeply." - Morgan Tuck, Connecticut Sun Director of Franchise Development

Connecticut Sun Skills Clinic Overview:

Location: Sacred Heart Academy (265 Benham St. Hamden, CT 06514)

Session 1: Grades 3-5

Session 2: Grades 6-8

Dates and Times:

Monday, October 10 (Indigenous People's Day)

Session 1: 3-4:30pm

Session 2: 5-6:30pm

Friday, November 11 (Veteran's Day)

Session 1: 9-10:30am

Session 2: 11-12:30pm

Saturday, December 17

Session 1: 9-10:30am

Session 2: 11-12:30pm

Registration Fee: $30 - Registration opens October 3.

Established in 2003, the Connecticut Sun is a professional women's basketball team in the Women's National Basketball Association that takes residence at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. For additional information or to purchase season tickets, visit

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