The University of Houston Women’s Volleyball Advanced Camp is inviting all girls in grade or up. This event is both a residential and commuter camp that will run from July 21 until July 22. Its venue is the University of Houston’s state-of-the-art Athletic Alumni Center. In addition, this 2-day training program is ideal for prospective talents who aspire to step-up their game to the collegiate level. It will focus on enhancing their technical and tactical capabilities in both the offensive and defensive sides of the game. Moreover, the program is set to start at 11:30 AM on Day 1 and end at 4:30 PM on Day 2.
The University of Houston is a public, coeducational, state, research university in Houston, Texas. It is the flagship university of the University of Houston System. Additionally, it is the state of Texas’ 3rd largest university. The University of Houston is a member of the Universities Research Association and the Oak Ridge Associated Universities. It is also part of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities and the Great Cities’ Universities. Currently, the university’s total undergraduate student population is 35,871. This undergraduate student population is through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 59 percent. The University of Houston is among the nations leading academic institutions. In fact, it is 192nd in National Universities, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. In sports, the university fields college teams in the American Athletic Conference of the NCAA Division I. They are the Cougars.
University of Houston Women’s Volleyball Advanced Camp Organizers
Leading the University of Houston Cougars women’s volleyball team is head coach Kaddie Platt. She is a 6-time Red River Athletic Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Platt is also the 2002 AVCA/NAIA National Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Cougars women’s volleyball assistant coaches are Jason Allen and Ron Arenz. The team’s volunteer assistant coach is Blake Peters. John Klanac is the director for operations. Finally, ZZ Gore is the assistant director for sports performance.