Sign Up Now!
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Colorado State volleyball program is hosting the Colorado State Coaches Clinic on April 14-15. The clinic, run in conjunction with The Art of Coaching, is being held at Moby Arena, and will feature some of the top volleyball minds in the country.
Some of the nation’s most prestigious coaches will be on hand as instructors, including Colorado State head coach Tom Hilbert and assistant coach Emily Hiza, former Nebraska head coach Terry Pettit, Colorado head coach Jesse Mahoney, and USA Girls’ Youth National Team head coach Jim Stone. The clinic will also feature Wisconsin’s three-time AVCA First Team All-American setter and 2020 United States Olympic hopeful, Lauren Carlini.
This two-day volleyball clinic is designed for coaches, by coaches, with the intent of heading into the upcoming season with new ideas, techniques, and drills that attendees can bring back to their respective teams. There will be a variety of classroom and on-court sessions with instruction on offensive and defensive systems, and skill development. Additional topics covered include how to teach various intangibles, like toughness and competitiveness. Collegiate players will be on hand to showcase skill and drill demonstrations live.
The second day of the clinic (Saturday) will feature a competitive scrimmage between CSU and CU. The scrimmage will be free and open to the public. Afterwards, there will be a Q&A session and further discussion on additional topics.
The Art of Coaching is a coaching education company striving to provide exceptional coaching content. It’s a resource for coaches of all levels to increase their knowledge of the game volleyball and learn from the top volleyball minds in the country.
Tickets for 1-2 coaches will be $225 per coach, tickets for groups of 3-9 coaches will be $200 apiece, and tickets for 10-plus coaches will be $175 each. For more information on the clinic and how to attend, click here.
Download Schedules: Add to calendar
CSU Volleyball to hold open practice at Gold...
LAKEWOOD, Colo. – The Colorado State Rams volleyball team will hold a free open practice...
CSU hosts another successful celebratory banquet
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Colorado State Rams volleyball team hosted its annual year-end...
Sportswomen of Colorado honors CSU with four...
DENVER - The Colorado State Rams picked up four honors from the Sportswomen of Colorado, the...
Time remains to RSVP for the 2016 CSU...
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Fans are invited to join the Colorado State volleyball team on Thursday,...
Oleksak named AVCA Honorable Mention All-American
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Colorado State freshman setter Katie Oleksak has been named an Honorable...
Oleksak, Hillyer earn AVCA All-Region recognition
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Colorado State freshman setter Katie Oleksak was named to the AVCA All-Pac...
Recap: Rams fall in four sets to Kentucky in...
SEATTLE – The Colorado State Rams won the first set, but the No. 24 Kentucky Wildcats took ...
Preview: CSU ready for matchup with Kentucky in...
The Colorado State Rams will embark on their 22nd consecutive NCAA Tournament with a match...