The University of Nevada Las Vegas Women’s Volleyball Winter Camp is a six-hour program on the 27th of January. It is for all girls in grade 5 up to grade 12 who aspire to improve their game. This program will take place at University of Nevada Las Vegas’ top-notch McDermott Physical Ed Building. In addition, the training program will run from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. The program also aims at providing quality instructions that are in accordance with the participant’s age and skill level. There will also be fun but challenging games. Moreover, the registration fee includes free lunch.
University of Nevada Las Vegas, formerly Nevada Southern University, is a public, coeducational, research university in Paradise, Nevada. It is offering more than 350 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Furthermore, the university has an accreditation from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. It is an institution that is providing high-quality education all through the years. In fact, University of Nevada Las Vegas is 183rd in the Business Programs, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. The present total undergraduate and postgraduate student population of the university is around 29,700. This is with an acceptance rate of 83 percent. The student to faculty ratio is 21:1. Moreover, University of Nevada Las Vegas fields 16 intercollegiate sports teams. These teams are competing in the Mountain West Conference of NCAA Division I. They call themselves the Rebels and their identity colors are scarlet and gray.
University of Nevada Las Vegas Women’s Volleyball Winter Camp Organizers
Head Coach Cindy Fredrick is leading the University of Nevada Las Vegas Rebels women’s volleyball team since December of 2010. She is the 2014 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. Coach Fredrick is also the 1995 Pac-10 Coach of the Year and the 1995 AVCA District VIII Coach of the Year. Then, the Rebels women’s volleyball assistant coaches are Mashallah Farokhmanesh and Zach Weinberg. Cordelia Palepoi is the volunteer assistant coach and Cortney Miller is the director of operations. Jason Kabo is the assistant strength and conditioning coordinator. Finally, Carissa McKizzie is the athletic trainer.