June 27th – July 1st, 2022 | Open to ages 10-18
Sign up for the only overnight Nike Girls Basketball Camp in GA! Coach Johnson and his team will run drills designed to improve position skills, overall knowledge of the game, and athletic ability.
August 6th, 2022 | Open to grades 9th-12th
The Coach Johnson Elite camp is modeled toward players seeking to play at the collegiate level with specific coaching to develop players and improve athletic skills.
ABOUT COACH THOMAS JOHNSON
Thomas Johnson was named the head coach of the Berry women’s basketball program in March 2017. The 2017-18 season was the first with him at the helm after serving four years as the assistant coach for the men’s basketball team. At the end of his first season as the head women’s basketball coach at Berry College, Coach Johnson led the team to the semifinals of the SAA conference tournament. .
Johnson came to Berry following four years (2010-13) assisting at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tenn. Some of his responsibilities included player development, recruiting student-athletes, and working closely with the academic-athletic director.
Johnson previously held similar positions at Samford University, Middle Tennessee State and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He also was a successful high school head coach at programs in the Birmingham and Memphis areas.
Johnson earned his bachelor of science in physical education, a minor in Science Education and a minor in Driver Education while studying at the University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Ala.
ASSISTANT COACH – DESTINY FRAZIER
Destiny Frazier begins her first year as the assistant coach for the women’s basketball team.
Before arriving at Berry, Frazier was the head coach at Sylacauga (Ala.) High School during the 2020-2021 season, where her team advanced to the subregion and was named Talladega County Girls Coach of the Year.
From 2019-2020, coach Frazier was the assistant coach at Spain Park, they went on to win the 7A State Championship and at Spain Park she served as assistant women’s volleyball coach. Prior to Spain Park, she was the head coach at John Carroll Catholic High School.
Coach Frazier played collegiately at Jacksonville State University where she was a four-year starter, team captain, and was ranked high in numerous categories upon graduation and earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science and with a minor in Spanish.
She also obtained a masters in physical education from Samford University and is currently enrolled at Jacksonville State University receiving another master’s in sports management.
Coach Frazier is from Ashville, Ala., where she holds numerous records in basketball at Ashville High School.
She is married to Alfonzo Frazier and they have two beautiful children, Aiden and Emmery.