The Mary Baldwin University Women’s Fighting Squirrels Volleyball Camp is a physically demanding but fun training program for girls in grade 7 up to grade 10. It is going to take place at the Mary Baldwin University campus from June 10 until June 13. In addition, this four-day training program aims at developing the best volleyball fundamentals. Instructions will be in accordance with the participant’s age and skill level. Furthermore, its daily schedule is set to start at 9 o’clock in the morning and end at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. This volleyball training program is under the direction of the Mary Baldwin University women’s volleyball coaching staff.
Mary Baldwin University, formerly Mary Baldwin College, is a private, liberal arts, women’s college in Staunton, Virginia. Its name is in honor of Mary Julia Baldwin, a prominent Virginia educator in the 19th-century. It is the oldest university that is part of the Presbyterian Church. Overall, the university has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Currently, the university is home to around 1,300 undergraduate students. 8 percent of this undergraduate student population are males and 92 percent are females. Mary Baldwin University is among the regions best universities. In fact, it is 43rd in Regional Universities South, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. In sports, Mary Baldwin University is competing in the NCAA Division III USA South Athletic Conference as the Fighting Squirrels. The university official colors are gold and white.
Mary Baldwin University Women’s Fighting Squirrels Volleyball Camp Organizers
Leading the Mary Baldwin University Fighting Squirrels women’s volleyball team is head coach Ruth Thompson, a native of Williamsburg, Virginia. Her outstanding coaching career includes an East Region and a Shenandoah District Coach of the Year awards. Additionally, Coach Ruth Thompson is the former Riverhead’s High School women’s volleyball head coach. Coach Ruth Thompson is a Bachelor of Arts in Education graduate from the Eastern Mennonite University.