The University of Florida Women’s Volleyball College Prep Camp is going to be from May 20 to May 21. The camp is open to all girls 12 to 18 years of age who have the aspiration to play in college and beyond. This volleyball college prep camp provides participants a chance to experience the practice setting of a top collegiate program. Furthermore, the drills and techniques that the camp features are the same ones actually in use by the Florida Gators women’s volleyball team. These drills and techniques have produced 95 Gator All-American honors. In addition, the camp will take place at the O’Dome of the University of Florida campus.
The University of Florida (UF), established in 1853, is an American public land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant research university with a 2,000-acre campus in Gainesville, Florida. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of around 34,600 with a gender distribution of 45 percent male and 55 percent female students. Meanwhile, the university has a student-faculty ratio of 20:1 which is about 47.8 percent of its classes have fewer than 20 students. For 111 years, the university has won a total of 39 national team championships, 34 of which are NCAA titles. The Florida Gators sports teams are competing in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference. Florida athletes have also already 275 individual national championships in the book. Moreover, UF students and alumni have won 126 Olympic medals of which 60 are gold. The university is also 9th in best public universities of the 2018 edition of U.S. News & World Report rankings.
University of Florida Women’s Volleyball College Prep Camp Organizers
Mary Wise is the head coach of the Florida Gators women’s volleyball team. She has 875 career victories under her belt. Also, she has been awarded twice as AVCA Division I National Coach of the Year. She is the only female in NCAA history to coach in the national championship match. The staff also comprise of Associate Head Coach Dave Boos, Assistant Coach Shannon Wells, and Camp Director Alesha Busch.