The Brigham Young University Women’s Volleyball All Skills Camp will provide the participants with the most modern techniques in blocking, passing, hitting, setting, and serving. It will also give the participants the best fundamental training of the game. The program will cover both the defensive and offensive facets of the game. Furthermore, this training program is open to all 13 to 18 years old female volleyball players. It will be from July 14 until July 14 at the Brigham Young University campus. Additionally, this camp incorporates 6v6 games that will allow players to showcase their skills.
Brigham Young University, famous as “The Y”, is a private, coeducational, nonprofit, space-grant university in Provo, Utah. It is an affiliation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The university has also two satellite campuses in Jerusalem and in Salt Lake City, Utah. Currently, the university is serving around 30,400 undergraduates students and around 3,000 postgraduate students. The undergraduate enrollment acceptance rate is 51 percent. In addition, Brigham Young University is using a semester-based academic calendar. It is among the world’s best universities. In fact, it is 86th in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. It is also 61st in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges of the U.S. News and World Report ranking. Moreover, Brigham Young University fields 19 college sports teams in the Mountain West Conference. They are the Cougars and their identity colors are navy blue and white.
Brigham Young University Women’s Volleyball All Skills Camp Organizers
Heather Olmstead, a native of Carpinteria, California, is the head coach of the Brigham Young University women’s volleyball program since the 2015 season. She is the 2016 AVCA All-Pacific South Region Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Olmstead is also the 2015 WCC Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Cougars women’s volleyball assistant coaches are David Hyte and Jonny Neeley. Finally, the team’s statistical analyst is Chelsea Nitta Loyborg. She is also the men’s volleyball statistical and video coordinator.