The University of Maryland Baltimore County Women’s Volleyball Skills Camp is inviting all girls entering grade 6 up to graduating seniors to join. It is a 3-day training program that will cover skills and techniques development in serving, passing, setting, attacking, defense, and blocking. In addition, it also provides skills correction and high-repetition drills. Furthermore, this 3-day camp will run from July 28 until July 30. It will take place at the Retriever Activities Center in the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus. The program is set to start at 2:00 PM on Day 1 and end at 3:00 PM on Day 3.
The University of Maryland Baltimore County is a public, coeducational, space-grant, research university in Baltimore County, Maryland. It is an affiliate of the University System of Maryland. The university is also part of the Southeastern Universities Research Association and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. Currently, it is serving around 11,800 undergraduate students and around 2,600 postgraduate students. The university is 156th in the 2017 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges national rankings. Also, the university is 306th in Forbes national rankings. The University of Maryland Baltimore County has 15 intercollegiate varsity teams. And, they call themselves the Retrievers. Black, gold, red, and white are their identity colors. Its women’s volleyball team is competing in the America East Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I.
University of Maryland Baltimore County Women’s Volleyball Skills Camp Organizers
Christian Kiselica is the acting head coach of the University of Maryland Baltimore County Retrievers. He is the team’s former assistant coach. Coach Christian Kiselica is also the former Student Director of Volleyball Operations at Temple University. Additionally, Coach Kiselica is a bachelor’s degree in sports and recreation management graduate from Temple University. He is a holder of a USA Volleyball Impact Certification, an American Volleyball Coaches Association certification, and a USA Volleyball CAP I Certification. He is also a Mandated Reporter Training certification holder.