The Seton Hall University Women’s Volleyball Spring Clinic is going to be on the 16th of April at the Seton Hall University Walsh Gym. It is inviting all and any female volleyball players in grade 9 up to grade 12. The training program is set to start at 9 o’clock in the morning and end at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Furthermore, the design of this volleyball clinic will cover player development in all positions. The program also includes 6v6 games which allows the participants to compete and enjoy. Additionally, running this event is the Seton Hall University women’s volleyball coaching staff.
Seton Hall University is a private, coeducational, Roman Catholic, sea-grant university in South Orange, New Jersey. Its name is in honor of Elizabeth Ann Seton the founder of the Sisters of Charity Federation in the Vincentian-Setonian Tradition. In addition, Seton Hall University is the country’s first diocesan university. It is part of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Currently, Currently, Seton Hall University is serving around 6,000 undergraduate students and around 4,500 postgraduate students. In the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings, Seton Hall University is 124th in National Universities and 109th in Business Programs. In sports, Seton Hall University fields 14 intercollegiate teams in the NCAA Division I, Big East Conference. They are the Pirates and their identity colors are blue, gray, and white.
Seton Hall University Women’s Volleyball Spring Clinic Organizers
Leading the Seton Hall University Pirates women’s volleyball team is Head Coach Allison Yaeger. She is the 2014 American Volleyball Coaches Association Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Yaeger is also a former standout libero and outside hitter. In fact, she is the 2003 Horizon League Defensive Player of the Year. Then, the Pirates women’s volleyball assistant coach is Allie Matters. She is the 2008 Seton Hall Overall Co-Female Athlete of the Year and the 2006 Seton Hall Freshman Female Athlete of the Year.