Join the University of North Florida Women’s Volleyball Advanced Camp from July 24 until July 27. It is both an overnight and commuter camp that is open to all girls in grade 8 up to grade 12. It will take place at the state-of-the-art University of North Florida Arena. In addition, the training program offers the participants a valuable collegiate level training experience. There will be progressive drills that ensure skill development in all aspects of the game. Furthermore, the program is also a chance for the attendees to work with one of NCAA’s top volleyball coaching staff.
The University of North Florida is a public, coeducational university in Jacksonville, Florida. It is part of the State University System of Florida. Moreover, the university comprises 5 colleges, namely, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Coggin College of Business, the College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction, the College of Education and Human Services, and the Brooks College of Health. It is offering 53 undergraduate and 28 graduate fields of study. Currently, the University of North Florida is serving around 13,100 undergraduate students and around 2,800 postgraduate students. As a whole, the university has an accreditation from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. In the 2018 Best Colleges rankings, the University of North Florida is 48th in Regional Universities South category. In athletics, the university is competing as the Ospreys in the NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference.
University of North Florida Women’s Volleyball Advanced Camp Organizers
Kristen Wright is the new head coach of the University of North Florida Ospreys women’s volleyball team. She is a two-time Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Kristen Wright is also the 2012 AVCA Top 30 Coaches under Thirty Award winner. Then, the Ospreys women’s volleyball assistant coach is Skylar Lopas. He is the former University of Michigan women’s volleyball volunteer assistant coach. Coach Skylar Lopas is also a former substitute teacher at Freedom High School.