Volleyball camp is designed for girls who will enter 7th–12th grades in the fall. Campers come from all backgrounds - those who have been involved in volleyball for a number of years and those who are just getting started. Each camp is geared to handle all levels of skill, and campers are grouped accordingly. All campers will be challenged, whatever their skill level.
Camp includes a solid program of instruction in the fundamentals of volleyball. Each camper is involved in a rigorous schedule with competition and instruction (groups are based on age and skill development) scheduled throughout the day and evening. An advanced group will also be selected to work directly with CU Head Volleyball Coach Doug Walters for evaluation and skill development.
Although the schedule is busy, there is time to relax, get to know other campers, and grow spiritually through devotions, Bible study, and prayer time. The staff seeks to provide quality instruction while emphasizing enjoyment and fun as key elements.
July 10–14, 2016
Check in between 2–4 p.m. on Sunday in the Callan Athletic Center Lobby
- First camp session begins at 4:30 p.m.
- Camp concludes at 12 p.m. on Thursday
Cedarville University in Cedarville, OH
Games and instruction take place in the Callan Athletic Center and the Doden Field House. The two facilities feature nine regulation volleyball courts.
Students will be housed in air-conditioned residence halls on campus. There will be counselor supervision throughout the residence halls; campers will be housed according to age category. Bring your own bedding (sheets, blankets, pillows, etc.) and your own towels.
- Resident Camper: $340
- Commuter Camper: $280
Fee includes T-shirt as well as room and board for a resident camper and lunch and supper for a commuter camper.
Registration Deadline: July 5, 2016
There is no prorated discount for camp. There is a nonrefundable deposit of $25, once camp starts there are no refunds! The following discount is available:
- Cedarville faculty and staff children: $50 per camper
Campers will be responsible for lost room keys ($75) and/or any room damage.
All-you-can-eat meals will be provided in the University's dining hall by Pioneer Food Service.