David McKinnis shared his thoughts from his rookie season at K Academy 2021. Unfortunately, I will not be at K Academy this year. We have one college and two high school graduations happening in the next month so too many other obligations. However, I finally finished writing up some thoughts I wanted to share with […]
SOPHOMORE SZN… expect the unexpected. Well, the good news is: if you’re sitting down to read this, you’ve probably read the one I wrote around this time last year and have prepared yourself for a nice 2 hour read- and I’m here to tell you: this one won’t be as long. The bad news is: I
It is with the utmost excitement that I can officially say: I, Sarah Goswick, a 6’1 guard originally from Durham, North Carolina… am returning for my sophomore season at K Academy. For those of you who have ever wondered what it is like to attend this literal fantasy camp, or even for those of you
Before I begin, a few prefaces: First preface: this will be incredibly long, that I am aware. And I’m taking the time to make you equally aware as I don’t fully expect you to necessarily stay with me word for word here. So, if you need to dip, let me go a little off script
Now in its fifth year, K Academy brings many of Duke Basketball’s all-time best players and supporters together in Durham, North Carolina each July for a Duke Basketball fantasy camp. Day 1 – Wednesday 7/25/07 I arrived at this year’s K Academy on Wednesday July 25, one day earlier than I had in past years.
Now in its fourth year, K Academy brings many of Duke Basketball’s all-time best players and supporters together in Durham, North Carolina each July for a Duke Basketball fantasy camp. Thursday 7/27/06 I arrived in North Carolina on Thursday and took a cab to the Washington Duke Inn on the Duke University Campus which would