The University of Tulsa Women’s Volleyball Middle School Day Camp is inviting all girls in the 6th up to 8th-grade. It offers an opportunity to train every volleyball skill in a fun environment. The participants will also have the chance to compete and cooperate in team plays while developing their fundamental skills. Moreover, this volleyball camp is a 3-day event that will transpire on July 24 until July 16. Its location is the Reynolds Center, Mabee Gym inside the campus of the University of Tulsa. In addition, this training is open for viewing for the participant’s parents and family.
The University of Tulsa, formerly Henry Kendall College, is a private, coeducational, research university in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The university is an affiliation of the Presbyterian Church with a 230-acre urban type campus. Currently, University of Tulsa’s undergraduate student population is around 3,170 while the postgraduate student population is around 1,180. This is with an acceptance rate of 37 percent. The student to faculty ratio is 11:1. The University of Tulsa is 87th in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is 49th in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings and 139th in the Best Value Schools. The university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. Furthermore, University of Tulsa fields 15 intercollegiate sports teams. They are competing in the American Athletic Conference of NCAA Division II. Their athletics’ nickname is Golden Hurricanes.
University of Tulsa Women’s Volleyball Middle School Day Camp Organizers
The head coach of the University of Tulsa Hurricanes women’s volleyball team is Ryan Wills. The 2017-2018 season is his 4th season at the reins of the university’s women’s volleyball program. A University of Tulsa alumni, Coach Ryan Wills is a bachelor’s degree in business administration graduate. Then, the Golden Hurricanes women’s volleyball assistant coaches are Megan Pendergast and Brittnee Cooper. Coach Pendergast is a bachelor’s degree in psychology graduate from Texas A&M University. Meanwhile, Coach Cooper is a bachelor’s degree in sociology graduate from Louisiana State University.