Krull organizes a hoop camp for children

Maddie Krull grew up going to basketball camps of all kinds as a kid. “I think those camps were a big part of why I finally chose basketball over soccer because I just started to really enjoy those camps and it’s all about really having fun. “said Krull, a former Millard South star basketball player. The former Patriot returned to the subway this week to host her own basketball camp and put students in grades 3 through 8 through the same drills she did when she was in their shoes. been a dream come true,” Krull added. “I would do this thing for free because that’s how much I love teaching basketball and playing basketball with these kids.” Imagine, those who hoped to one day play at Lincoln. Dakota and I loved every second at South Dakota, but I think it really prepared me for this next step and this new chapter in my life,” the Huskers second-year guard said. Camp was all about basketball, but Maddie’s message to campers went far. beyond the court. “Be as active as possible,” she said. “Be as involved as possible for as long as you can because it helps a lot in the long run, even when you find a sport to focus on.” Krull has found his sport. Now, her focus is on leading Nebraska to a Big Ten title and another trip to the NCAA Tournament next March.

Maddie Krull grew up going to basketball camps of all kinds as a kid.

“I think those camps were a big part of why I finally chose basketball over football because I just started to really enjoy those camps and it’s really about having fun. “said Krull, a former star basketball player for Millard South.

The former Patriot returned to the subway this week to host her own basketball camp and put students in grades 3 through 8 through the same drills she did when she was in their shoes.

“It’s a dream come true,” Krull added. “I would do this thing for free because that’s how much I love teaching basketball and playing basketball with these kids.”

Krull said it was a 50/50 split between campers as to who wanted to play basketball in college and, as you would imagine, those who hoped to one day play at Lincoln.

Krull had that same dream when she was that age, except it came true this spring when she announced her decision to transfer from South Dakota to Nebraska.

“I loved South Dakota and I loved every second in South Dakota, but I think it really prepared me for this next step and this new chapter in my life,” said the second goaltender. year of the Huskers.

Camp was all about basketball, but Maddie’s message to campers went far beyond the court.

“Be as active as possible,” she said. “Be as involved as possible for as long as you can because it helps a lot in the long run, even when you find a sport to focus on.”

Krull has found his sport. Now, her focus is on leading Nebraska to a Big Ten title and another trip to the NCAA Tournament next March.

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