Howard University will be holding its Howard University Women’s Volleyball College Prospect Camp on July 8 and 9. It is open to all outstanding female volleyball players in grade 9 up to grade 12. Its venue is the state-of-the-art Burr Gymnasium on the Howard University campus. In addition, this 2-day volleyball prospect camp aims at building the participant’s decision-making capabilities and game strategy understanding. Its daily schedule is set to start at 9 o’clock in the morning and end at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. Moreover, sessions on Day 1 will be about skill development and sessions on Day 2 will be about competition.
Howard University, formerly Howard Normal and Theological School for the Education of Teachers and Preachers, is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian university in Washington, D.C. As a whole, the university has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Additionally, Howard University’s name is in honor of Oliver Otis Howard, a prominent Union general during the American Civil War. Its campus features some of USA’s historic landmarks like the Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, Fredrick Douglass Memorial Hall, and the Founders Library. Currently, the university has a 5,899 undergraduate student population. Howard University is also 110th in National Universities, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. In sports, Howard University fields 19 intercollegiate teams in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference of NCAA Division I. They are the Bisons and the Lady Bisons.
Howard University Women’s Volleyball College Prospect Camp Organizers
Shaun Kupferberg is the head coach of the Howard University Lady Bisons women’s volleyball team since 2012. He is the 2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Kupferberg is also the former Northwest University volleyball head coach. Furthermore, Coach Kupferberg is a Miami University alumni. Then, the Lady Bisons assistant coaches are Esther Johnson and Richard Hall. Coach Hall is a master’s in electrical and computer engineering graduate from the University of Florida. He is a USA CAP Level II certificate holder.