Join the Catawba College Women’s Volleyball Players Edge Camp on July 17 and July 18. It is open to all girls in grade 7 up to grade 12 in all skill level. The training program is going to take place at the Catawba College campus. In addition, check-in for overnight campers will be at the Stanback Dorm and check-in for day campers will be at the Goodman Gymnasium. Furthermore, this two-day volleyball training program will provide every participant an opportunity to work with different coaches. Every training instruction will also be in accordance with the participant’s age and skill level.
Catawba College is a private, coeducational academic institution in Salisbury, North Carolina. It is an affiliation of the United Church of Christ. As a whole, the college has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. It is among the nation’s top colleges. As a matter of fact, Catawba College is 4th in the Regional Colleges South, 2017 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. The college is offering more than 70 academic programs. Currently, Catawba College accommodates around 1,300 students and has 83 faculty members. Correspondingly, the college’s student to faculty ratio is 13 is to 1. The college fields 22 intercollegiate sports teams. They are playing in the South Atlantic Conference of NCAA Division 2. They call themselves the Indians as an homage to the Catawba Indian tribe. Moreover, blue and white are their identity colors.
Catawba College Women’s Volleyball Players Edge Camp Organizers
Ginger Hamric is the head coach of the Catawba College Indians women’s volleyball team since 1990. She is a four-time South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Hamric is also a three-time Northwestern Conference Coach of the Year. Additionally, Coach Ginger Hamric is a master’s degree in science education graduate from Wake Forest. Then, the Catawba Indians women’s volleyball assistant coach is Nicole Barringer, a native of Landis, North Carolina. Her college playing career includes a USA South’s Woman of the Year award.