The Susquehanna University Women’s Volleyball Advanced All Skills Camp is inviting all grade 9 to grade 12 female volleyball players who aspire to play at the collegiate level. It is a 3-day high-level volleyball training program that will run from July 21 until July 23. Furthermore, this volleyball camp gears on providing new techniques and tactics in a fun but competitive training environment. It aims at improving the participant’s correct technique consistency. Additionally, the program is only offering 40 available camper spots. Thus, registration is on a first come first serve basis. It will take place at the James W. Garrett Sports Complex in the Susquehanna University campus.
Susquehanna University is a private, coeducational, Lutheran, liberal arts university in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. Its founder is the late Benjamin Kurtz, a German-American Lutheran pastor, and theologian. The university has a 325 acre, rural type campus. Currently, Susquehanna University is accommodating around 2,200 undergraduate students. This is with an acceptance rate of 68 percent. And, the student to faculty ratio is 12:1. The university has a gender distribution of 44 percent male students and 56 percent female students. Furthermore, the university is 141st in National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 381st in the Business Programs rankings. Susquehanna University has 22 college sports teams competing in the Landmark Conference of NCAA Division III. They are the River Hawks and their identity colors are maroon and orange.
Susquehanna University Women’s Volleyball Advanced All Skills Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Susquehanna University River Hawks women’s volleyball team since 2003 is Kuuipo Tom, a native of Hawaii. He is the founder of the Danville Area Community Center Leagues. In addition, Coach Tom is Pennsylvania State Police Academy graduate and a former station commander for the Pennsylvania State Police. Then, the River Hawks women’s volleyball assistant coaches are Bryan Klinger, Dan Sigafoos, Kelly Zeiders, and Greg Kimmel. Finally, completing the coaching staff is Tammy Tobin, the faculty liaison.