Keystone State Camps are directed by Pete White, one of the most knowledgeable and respected coaches in Pennsylvania.
Coach White coached basketball in Pennsylvania for 33 years, 20 at Williamsport High School, where he set PA records winning 17 District Championships in a row and 12 consecutive PIAA AAAA First Round Playoff Games. His 1984 undefeated 30-0 State Champions may be the best high school basketball team in Pennsylvania schoolboy history. In 1995 he was named the Pennsylvania Big School Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and led his team to a state runner-up finish. Coach White has also been the Basketball Director for the Keystone State Games since its inception in 1983.
Dina Henry has been the head women’s basketball coach at Dickinson College since the 2003-04 season. Previously, she was the head coach at SUNY Fredonia for four seasons.
For the each of the past five years under Henry, the Red Devils have finished in the top three in the Centennial Conference and advanced to the conference playoffs. During the 2004-05 season, just one year after Henry’s arrival, the Red Devils set a school record for wins in a season; they finished 24-4 overall, won the CC regular season title with a 17-1 conference mark, and earned their first ever appearance in the NCAA Division III playoffs. The following season, Henry led the Red Devils to a 22-6 mark and the program’s second appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Henry has the most wins and the best winning percentage of any coach in Dickinson women’s basketball history.
During her time at Fredonia, the team participated in the SUNY Athletic Conference tournament all four years, advancing to the semifinals twice. Previously she was head basketball coach at Christian Brothers University and an assistant at Gettysburg College.
A native of Pennsylvania, Henry has directed the Keystone State Invitational Basketball Camps since 1994.
A 1994 graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, Henry was a three-year starter on the Diplomat basketball team and a captain her senior year. She was a four-year starter on the softball team, earning All-CC honors in 1992, ’93 and ’94 and All-ECAC honors in 1993. She was the team MVP in 1994 and named F&M’s Senior Female Athlete of the Year.
In addition to her coaching duties, Henry is an instructor in the physical education department.
Coach Matt Doud began working Keystone Camps in 1989. He has only worked one week of camp elsewhere. Keystone State Camp is simply the best basketball camp! Having worked every position on staff, Coach Doud directed his first camp in 1999. He enjoys the long time friendships developed with Keystone staff. It has been his greatest pleasure to present the Coaches Award to five and six year campers. Coach Doud strongly believes the best part of camp is the Team Marathon.
Coach Doud is employed as a Mathematics teacher in the Northern Potter School District. He serves on various committees and is the President of Northern Potter Education Association. He is a registered PIAA official and serves as Rules Interpreter for the Tioga County Chapter of PIAA Basketball Officials.
Coach Doud, wife Jennifer, and son Madden live in Lawrenceville, PA. They enjoy their family time outdoors hiking and biking.