Kenyon College will be holding its Kenyon College Women’s Volleyball Five-Day Camp from June 18 until June 22. It is a volleyball training program for all 8 to 18 years old girls in all skill levels. It will take place at the Kenyon College Campus. Furthermore, this volleyball camp emphasizes skill development in both the offensive and defensive facets of the game. It will be an energetic and volleyball passionate event ideal for those who dream of stepping up their game. Additionally, it will accommodate both commuter and residential registrants. The training program is going to be under the supervision of the Kenyon College women’s volleyball coaching staff.
Kenyon College is private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Gambier, Ohio. Its founder is Philander Chase, a notable 17th-18th-century bishop of the Episcopal Church. Kenyon College as a whole has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Moreover, Kenyon College is the oldest private college in the state of Ohio. Currently, it is serving around 1,700 undergraduate students with a 45 percent male and 55 percent female students gender distribution. Kenyon College is 48th in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. It is also 26th in National Liberal Arts Colleges of the U.S. News and World Report, 2018 edition of Best College rankings. In addition, Kenyon College features 20 intercollegiate athletics teams in the NCAA Division III, North Coast Athletic Conference. They are the Lords and the Ladies.
Kenyon College Women’s Volleyball Five-Day Camp Organizers
The head coach of Kenyon College’s women’s volleyball program since February 2014 is Amanda Krampf. She is the former McDaniel College assistant coach. Coach Amanda Krampf is also the former head coach of Gettysburg’s men’s club team. She is a master’s degree in counselor education graduate from McDaniel College. Then, the Ladies volleyball assistant coach is Kendra Mosher. She is a bachelor’s degree in physical education/health education graduate from Mt. Vernon Nazarene University. Finally, the women’s volleyball team’s manager is Meg Merlino.