The Concordia College Women’s Volleyball High Performance Camp is a 2-day high-level training program that will run from July 28 until July 29. It is for prospective college volleyball athletes with high-level skills and aspiration to play at the college level. In addition, this volleyball camp will immerse the participants in the Concordia Cobbers volleyball methods and routines. Furthermore, the program will take place at the Olson Forum on the Concordia College campus. It is open to all grade 10 up to incoming college freshman girls. Check-in will be at 8:30 AM until 9:00 AM on July 28.
Concordia College is a private, coeducational college in Moorhead, Minnesota. It is an affiliation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The college is also a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. As a whole, it has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. Currently, Concordia College has an undergraduate student population of around 2,100. This undergraduate student population is with a 41 percent male and 59 percent female students gender distribution. Concordia College is a top-performing academic institution. In fact, it is 117th in National Liberal Arts Colleges of the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. Moreover, Concordia College fields intercollegiate athletics teams in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Division III of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. They are the Cobbers and maroon and gold are their identity colors.
Concordia College Women’s Volleyball High Performance Camp Organizers
Tim Mosser, a native of Fortuna, North Dakota, is the Concordia College Cobbers women’s volleyball head coach since 1993. Coach Mosser is a 2-time American Volleyball Coaches Association Central Region Coach of the Year awardee. Additionally, he is also a Tri-MIAC Coach of the Year and the 1995 MIAC Coach of the Year. Coach Tim Mosser is a master’s degree in physical education and athletic administration graduate from North Dakota State University. Then, the team’s assistant coach is Rachel Quackenbush. She is a master’s degree in business leadership graduate from William Penn University.