If we could dream up the ideal sports camp for our son, and if we could dream up exactly what we want him to understand about the value of sports, Frassati camp—and what our son learned there—would be exactly what we’d dream up.
— Ryan & Abriana Chilelli
Mom, do you know what the best part about camp was? During break I got to go to Confession to a priest who plays basketball!
— 4th Grade Camper
Campers listening to the most important "guest speaker" of all.

Campers listening to the most important "guest speaker" of all.

Private/Group Lessons

Frassati Sports offers private basketball lessons at $40 per hour or $15 per person for groups of 5-6.  Shooting, ball handling, guard/post play, defense, etc.  We can tailor a package to your son's needs as a player.  And all basketball lessons will be naturally connected to virtue and Christian discipleship!  Email admin@frassatisports.org or call 720-593-1903 for more information. 

This is no ordinary camp! John Wooden said, ‘I sought to teach the boys more than basketball. I wanted to teach them how to live.’ Coach O’Connor does exactly that.
— Theresa Genereux, Parent

Basketball Director

Ryan O'Connor

Ryan O'Connor

Coach O'Connor has 13 years of teaching experience ranging from grades 3-8 and 11 years of coaching experience in South Bend, Los Angeles, Guatemala City, and Denver.  He was an Illinois All-State high school player before earning a scholarship to play basketball at Dominican University in River Forest, IL.  He is a 2013 graduate of the Denver Catholic Biblical School and the Founder of Frassati Sports & Adventure.  Mr. O'Connor is currently a Catholic middle school theology teacher and assistant principal.  He and his wife of 10 years have been marriage prep instructors for five years and are blessed with four sons.

 

 

 

 

Camp Chaplain

Fr. Christopher Gama, O.F.M. Cap.

Fr. Christopher Gama, O.F.M. Cap.

Fr. Christopher Gama is a Capuchin Franciscan friar, currently in charge of post-novitiate formation for the St. Conrad Mid-America province.  He is a 2013 graduate of Denver's St. John Vianney Theological Seminary and previously served as a hospital chaplain for the United States Army in Fort Carson, CO.  As a three-sport athlete in high school, Fr. Christopher helped his baseball team win the Colorado 4A State Championship in 1997.