The High Point University Women’s Volleyball Panthers Camp is a three-day training program that will run from July 28 until July 30. It is open to all high school girls who aspire to improve and take their game to the next level. It will take place at the High Point University’s state-of-the-art Millis Center. In addition, the training program will introduce to the participants the characteristics and work ethics of a successful volleyball player. It also gears at developing skills and good habits in all aspects. Furthermore, the program will accommodate both residential and commuter campers. Registration fee includes some meals and a free camp t-shirt.
High Point University, formerly High Point College, is a private, coeducational, liberal arts university in High Point, North Carolina. It is a member of the International Association of Methodist-related Schools, Colleges, and Universities. High Point University is 1st in the Regional Colleges South, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. Likewise, it is also 1st in the Most Innovative Schools ranking and 1st in the Best Undergraduate Teaching category. High Point University is offering 47 undergraduate majors. Currently, the university is accommodating around 4,500 undergraduate students and around 300 postgraduate students. High Point University has 16 varsity teams. They are participating in the Big South Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. Their nickname is Panthers and their identity colors are royal purple, silver, black, and white.
High Point University Women’s Volleyball Panthers Camp Organizers
Head Coach Tom Mendoza is leading the High Point University Panthers women’s volleyball team. The 2017 – 2018 season is his 11th year at the reins of the university’s volleyball program. Additionally, Coach Mendoza is a bachelor’s degree in management information systems graduate from Lewis University. Then, Taylor Unroe is the assistant coach and Curry Williams is the assistant strength and conditioning coach. Katie Yakel is the team’s assistant athletic trainer. And finally, Megan Mendoza is the director of volleyball operations.