The Benedictine University Women’s Volleyball Attacking and Passing Camp is a three-day event that will run from July 22 until July 24. It is both an overnight and commuter camp that is open to all high school girls. It is going to take place at the Benedictine University campus. Furthermore, this six-session training program is only offering 100 available spots. Thus, registration is on a first come first serve basis. Facilitating this event is the Benedictine University women’s volleyball coaching staff. Its current players will also be attending to help run the sessions.
Benedictine University is a private, coeducational, Catholic university in Chicago, Illinois. It is a member of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities as well as the Council of Independent Colleges. As a whole, the university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. Moreover, Benedictine University is 220th in the National Universities, 2017 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. Currently, the university is accommodating around 3,400 undergraduate students. 44 percent of this undergraduate student population are males and 56 percent are females. Correspondingly, the student to faculty ratio is 12:1. The university fields 20 intercollegiate sports teams. They are campaigning in the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference and Midwest Lacrosse Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III. Their identity colors are red and white.
Benedictine University Women’s Volleyball Attacking and Passing Camp Organizers
Leading the Benedictine University women’s volleyball team since the 2005 season is Head Coach Jennifer Wildes. Coach Wildes is a native of Sterling, Illinois and is a Benedictine University alumna with a degree in management and organizational behavior. In addition, Coach Wildes is a master’s degree in sports management graduate from Illinois State University. She is the 2011 Coach of the Year. Ultimately, Coach Wildes, a three-time NIIC Volleyball Player of the Year, is arguably the university’s greatest female athlete. She is also the 1999 NIIC Basketball Player of the Year. Then, the Eagles assistant coaches are Stephanie Harrison, Caitlin Staib, and Jacki Kaluzny.
Volleyball Showcase Camps
The Benedictine University Women's Volleyball Attacking and Passing Camp. It is a six-session training program that is only offering 100 available spots.