The University of North Dakota Women’s Volleyball Winter Clinic is for all girls in middle school and high school. It is an hour and a half volleyball clinic on February 26. It will take place at the leading-edge Betty Engelstad Sioux Center. In addition, this training program is for all skill levels. It will develop and refine basic fundamental skills as well as introduce the participants to team strategies and concepts. There will also be competitive games. Furthermore, is set to start at 7:30 PM and end at 9:00 PM. Registration is on a first come first serve basis.
The University of North Dakota is public, coeducational, flagship, space-grant, research university in Grand Forks, North Dakota. It is an affiliation of the North Dakota University System. It is also North Dakota’s oldest university. The University of North Dakota is offering more than 200 academic programs. Currently, it is serving around 11,300 undergraduate students. This student population is with a 57 percent male and 43 percent female students gender distribution. The student to faculty ratio in the institution is 21:1. Additionally, the University of North Dakota is one of the nation’s top-tier academic institution. It is 192nd in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best College rankings. It is also 25th in the Most Innovative Schools rankings. Moreover, the University of North Dakota fields 17 intercollegiate sports teams in the Big Sky Conference of NCAA Division I. The athletes’ nickname is Fighting Hawks and their identity colors are green and white.
University of North Dakota Women’s Volleyball Winter Clinic Organizers
The head coach of the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks women’s volleyball team is Mark Pryor. He is the 2016 Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Pryor is also the 2008 Lone Star Conference Coach of the Year and the 2005 Southland Coach of the Year. Then, the Fighting Hawks assistant coaches are Erin Green and Mia Tabberson. Finally, Ben SaariBovre is the team’s strength and conditioning coach.