The Colorado School of Mines Advanced Positional Volleyball Camp will cover all the fundamental skills of the game. It will provide technical training sessions for setters, defensive specialists, and liberos. It also provides a competitive games and scrimmages experiences which is crucial to master the skills. Furthermore, this volleyball camp is a 3-day program for girls in the 10th up to 12th-grade. It will run from July 26 until July 28. The venue is at Colorado School of Mines, Student Recreation Center. Additionally, this 3-day volleyball camp will be under the supervision of the Colorado School of Mines women’s volleyball coaching staff.
Colorado School of Mines is a public, coeducational, research university in Golden, Colorado. It has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. In addition, the university is 82nd in the National Universities, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 33rd in the Top Public Schools rankings and 44th in the doctorate Engineering Programs rankings. Currently, the university accommodates a total of 5,794 undergraduate and graduate students with an enrollment acceptance rate of 40 percent. The Colorado School of Mines’ student to faculty ratio is 16:1. Moreover, the Colorado School of Mines has 18 intercollegiate sports teams. These teams are campaigning in the Rocky Mountains Athletic Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 2. Their nickname is Orediggers while blue and silver are their identity colors.
Colorado School of Mines Advanced Positional Volleyball Camp Organizers
Leading the Colorado School of Mines women’s volleyball for the 10th season is Head Coach Jamie Skadeland, a native of Williston, North Dakota. Coach Jamie Skadeland is a 2-time Rocky Mountains Athletic Conference Coach of the Year awardee. She is also the 2012 AVCA South Central Region Coach of the Year. Then, the Orediggers women’s volleyball assistant coach is Heather Roberts. Coach Roberts is a 2-time AVCA Division II National Assistant Coach of the Year awardee. She is also a master’s degree in Sports Studies graduate from Bemidji State.