House of Sports Westchester

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The House of Sports is your one stop shopping for weekly sports camps this summer! From ages 3- high school, the House of Sports offers programming for children of all ages and ability level. For younger campers we offer a multi-sport camp that incorporates both learning and playing a variety of sports each day. For third grade and older we offer sport specific camps in lacrosse, basketball, soccer, and baseball. All camps take place in our 100,000-square-foot, climate-controlled facility in Ardsley, and are staffed by professional coaches and instructors.


Meet the Camp Director

Nephew of the famed Coach K, Andy played basketball at Duke on a Final Four team, and one that went on to win a NCAA National Championship in 2001. Prior to joining the House of Sports, Andy was the director of basketball at IMG Academies. There, he worked with some of the top high school, college, and NBA players in the country. During his tenure, 54 high school students went on to receive Division 1 basketball scholarships. After winning NYC and NYS high school championships with Rice High School, Lou DeMello moved on to the role of head basketball coach at Concordia College. He also served as founder and executive director of the Westchester Hawks, and is the founder and organizer of the Slam Dunk Boys and Girls High School Basketball Tournament, now in its 14th consecutive year. In addition to serving as the House of Sports' athletic director, he is also director of the Shooting Lab. Ned Crotty is one of the top three lacrosse players in the world. He was an All-American at Duke and was a member the 2010 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship team. He also won the Tewaaraton Trophy for the most outstanding lacrosse player in the nation. Ned joined the MLL after being chosen the first overall pick in the 2010 MLL draft, and currently plays for the Rochester Rattlers. Prior to joining the House of Sports, Ned was a senior coach with Trilogy Lacrosse. Dale was a four-year baseball starter at Butler University, a leading Division 1 baseball school. In 2005, he was awarded the Horizon League Player of the Year. He played three years of professional baseball in the Frontier and Northern Leagues, winning a championship title each year. In addition, Dale served as the manager and head instructor at the Baseball Center, NYC's leading baseball center. Prior to joining the House of Sports, he spent three years coaching at the JV and Varsity levels.