Come and join the Johns Hopkins University Women’s Volleyball Camp this summer. The camp is open to all aspiring girls entering grades 8 through grade 12. It is an ideal way to experience Blue Jay’s volleyball program which emphasizes player development. Furthermore, the participants can expect a unique volleyball experience. They will have exposure to high-level training and will improve technical and tactical awareness. The training sessions will be run by the professional volleyball coaching staff of the Johns Hopkins University. In addition, the camp will be at the Goldfarb Gymnasium on the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University on July 12-15.
Johns Hopkins University is a private institution in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the country’s first research university. In fact, it is notable for its innovative advances in everything from technology to history. Its campus in Baltimore, Maryland, is a serene, 140-acre area. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 6,117. The gender distribution is 48 percent male students and 52 percent female students. The student-faculty ratio is 7:1 and the school has 73.6 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. At JHU, students can take part in everything from Quidditch – the fictional sport in the “Harry Potter” book series – to an a capella Christian group. It also fields 24 varsity teams of which 22 compete at the NCAA Division III level. Then, the university is 10th among undergraduate programs at national universities, and 10th among global universities by the U.S. News & World Report in its 2018 rankings.
Johns Hopkins University Women’s Volleyball Camp Organizers
Tim Cole is the Head Coach of the Johns Hopkins women’s volleyball program. He has guided the Blue Jays to a winning record in each of his four seasons, earning a 63-43 (.589) mark as head coach. Additionally, Coach Cole was named the Centennial Coach of the Year in 2013. Completing his staff are Assistant Coach Jenn Feldmann, Managers Brendan Hong and Kenny Ling, Strength and Conditioning Coach Jon Ferber and Assistant Athletic Trainer Evan Womeldorf.