Team 1848 Basketball is an organization designed to provide young men and women an opportunity to participate in the sport of basketball while gaining valuable life skills which will help improve their quality of life. Team 1848 is based on the principles of Hard Work and Love. The Team 1848 family has devoted its time and resources to create an organization of excellence that centers around the development and well-being of each student athlete involved with the program. This mission is reflected in the actions of the Boyce family and the services of Team 1848.
Head Coach and Founder, Harry Boyce, is a 9-year European Professional Basketball Champion and Professional Basketball Trainer. While prepping at Green Bay East High School, Harry was a 2x Defensive Player of the Year, 2x FRVC All-Conference Selection, FRVC Player of the Year, Northeast WI Player of the Year, Metro Player of the Year, and an All-Star Selection. Harry went on to play Division 1 basketball at the University of North Dakota where he was named Defensive Player of the Year, 3rd Team All-Conference, and lead the league with a 3:1 assist to turnover ratio. He finished his collegiate career in Makato, MN where he was named to the All-Defensive and All-Conference teams.
Professionally, Harry played in China, Canada, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Egypt, and Germany. The myriad of accolades during his professional career are countless. His rookie season, Harry was Mexico Victoria LNBP Team Defender Correcimino Basquets, while averaging 10ppg. Playing with Telcom Baskets of Egypt, Harry helped his team reach the Final Four, averaging 18ppg, and being named to the All-Import Team. Highlighting his career was the 2nd Bundesliga Championship with Schwelmer Baskets of Germany. Harry’s knowledge of and passion for the game of basketball transcends the instructional standard. He has trained 100s of athletes who have developed into elite players, with many advancing to successful college careers. The work ethic and commitment to excellence that Harry has lived by and displayed for decades, is the epitome of what young basketball players should aspire to have in their own endeavor for success.
Boys and Girls entering grades 3-12
WSM offers individual training sessions for entry level, basic, and advanced basketball skill instruction. WSM camps focus on fundamentals, attention to detail, work ethic, basketball IQ, and a disciplined progression through skill levels.
The WORKSHOP. 740 Centerline Drive, Hobart
Over 35 sessions during June, July, and August. Times for sessions range between 8am and 5pm
It is the philosophy of WSM that athletes who love the game of basketball should have detailed and disciplined instruction of the skills needed to improve as an individual player and as a team player. Players must have a foundation of how to execute skills, when to use their skills in game play, and have an understanding of WHY their skills and game time decisions make them the most effective basketball players. And above all else, it’s imperative that players learn that to succeed in anything, they must continue to Work Some More.