The Oberlin College Women’s Nike All Skills Volleyball Camp is inviting all girls 12 to 18 years old. It is a 5-day all skills volleyball training camp from June 21 to June 25. It is a comprehensive volleyball camp for athletes who desire a high-level preparation for college competition environment. Additionally, it includes team systems and skills specific development sessions. This Nike volleyball camp will take place at the Oberlin College campus. Furthermore, this training program is set to have a 10:1 camper to staff ratio. It will accommodate both overnight and day campers.
Oberlin College, originally Oberlin Collegiate Institute, is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Oberlin, Ohio. It is the nation’s first coeducational liberal arts college. In addition, Oberlin College is part of the Five Colleges of Ohio. The other four are the Denison University, Kenyon College, Ohio Wesleyan University, and the College of Wooster. It is also part of the Great Lakes Colleges Association and the Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges. Moreover, Oberlin College’s College of Arts and Sciences is offering more than 50 major fields of study. It is 26th in National Liberal Arts Colleges, in 2018 edition Best Colleges rankings. It is also 20th in the Best Undergraduate Teaching rankings and 73rd in the Best Value Schools rankings. Currently, Oberlin College fields 19 intercollegiate sports teams in the North Coast Athletic Conference of NCAA Division II. They are the Yeomen and Yeowomen.
Oberlin College Women’s Nike All Skills Volleyball Camp Organizers
Erica Rau is the head coach of the Oberlin College Yeowomen volleyball team. She is already in her 7th year at the helm of the college’s women’s volleyball program. Coach Erica Rau is at the same time the department’s senior woman administrator. She is also the 2006 Gettysburg Times High School Coach of the Year. Then, the women’s volleyball associate head coach is Brian Ambrose. He is also the Creative Director of Multimedia Services. Coach Ambrose is a former assistant coach at Washington and Lee University.