April 12, 2013
Camp Registration/More Information
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – For years, the Colorado State women’s volleyball program has offered some of the top camps in the country, and again in 2013, the program will host four camps to help teach the game and further skill development of those who have an interest and passion for volleyball.
Mighty Ram Youth Camp
June 1-2 | Grades 4-8
The Mighty Ram Youth Camp will serve the beginner, as well as the advanced, youth player in grades 4-8. Players will be divided into training groups according to skill level and will be taught at a pace that is beneficial for each individual athlete. Each player will receive great instruction from the CSU coaching staff, as well as other elite level coaches.
Elite Skills Camp
July 5-8 | Grades 9-12
Participants will be put through individual skills training and team-oriented drill training, and will be taught skills and techniques used by the Colorado State volleyball team. The camp will also feature a Q&A with successful college players. Campers will be divided into training groups according to skill level and taught at a pace that is most beneficial for the athlete. The Elite Skills Camp will be limited to 165 athletes.
Colorado State’s Libero Camp with Brook Coulter
July 25 | Grades 7-12
Learn from former professional libero and Colorado State associate head coach Brook Coulter. The one-day camp is geared for players in grades 7-12 who have a strong interest and passion to pursue and improve their defense and serve-receive skills. Campers will be placed in a high-repetition and challenging environment, and will be exposed to various technical skills, including digging under/overhand, rolling and serve-receive passing. Additionally, Coulter will introduce campers to the tactical responsibilities of a libero.
Team Development Camp
The most comprehensive team camp in the region, offering more than just competition, teams will compete and participate in team drills, team building and skill development. There will be daily practice sessions with the camp coaches, as well as live demonstrations of teams drills, and a guarantee of at least 12 matches and Championship Monday – the culmination of the week’s competition. The team camp offers a great opportunity for your team to work on their skills and the systems you plan to use this coming fall, and will allow you to bring your team together prior to the start of preseason and get a jumpstart on team concepts. Teams are required to have a minimum of eight players.
For more information on all volleyball camps CSU will be offering this summer, please visit www.CSUVolleyballCamps.com or call (970) 491-0214.
CSU has been to 18 consecutive NCAA tournaments, the seventh-longest active streak in the country, and has won 12 Mountain West regular-season titles, in addition to five tournament championships, since 1999.
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