Islander Girls Basketball Camps
Facilities / Directions
Directions to Texas A&M - Corpus Christi campus (Dugan Wellness Center)
From San Antonio via I-37: Take I-37 to the Southern terminus, then take the exit for Bayfront/Shoreline Blvd/C.C. Museum. Take a right onto Shoreline Drive and follow this road as it turns into Ocean Drive (Corpus Christi Bay will remain on your left). After approximately seven miles, you will cross the causeway onto Ward Island, home of Texas A&M - Corpus Christi.
From Houston/Victoria: Follow US-77 South to I-37 then follow the above directions for San Antonio.
From Rio Grande Valley: Take US-77 North to Texas 44 East in Robstown. Follow Rt. 44 for 11 miles to Texas 358 East. Follow Texas 358 East approximately 11 miles to the exit for Ennis Joslin Rd./Texas Rt. 3. Turn left at traffic light onto Ennis Joslin Dr. and follow this road for 2.4 miles. Turn right on Ocean Drive (end of road) and you will enter the causeway onto Ward Island, home of Texas A&M - Corpus Christi.
From The Corpus Christi Airport: Exit the airport and take a right on to Highway 44 East, which will dead end at South Padre Island Drive. You will need to be in the right lane, to NAS-CC and Padre Island, and continue on S.P.I.D. (about 15 minutes) to Ennis Joslin. There is a sign on the highway marking the exit and route. Exit the highway and turn left on to Ennis Joslin and continue straight for about 5 minutes. Remain in the right lane and take the curve to the right at the Stripes gas station.
For Dugan Wellness Center/Island Hall/Fieldhouse, take a right at the second light on campus (Sanddollar Blvd.). Take the first right, the first left and then the first right. As you drive you will see a large blue building on the left which is Moody Sustainers Fieldhouse. The Dugan Wellness Center is the building behind and to the right of Moody. Enter through the front automatic doors.
Pictured: The Dugan Wellness Center (This is the site of the Islander Girls Basketball Camp)
The Dr. Jack and Susie Dugan Wellness Center is the home for the Islanders volleyball team and also hosts select men's and women's basketball games. It has two NCAA regulation basketball courts and a 9,000-square foot strength and conditioning facility along with being the home of the majority of offices for Islanders Athletics staff