Join the Virginia Tech Women’s Volleyball High Potential Camp for a high-level, collegiate-like, training experience. It is a 4-day training program that will run from July 16 until July 19. It is open to all high school girls who aspire to play at the college level. In addition, this volleyball training camp is ideal for those with previous high school varsity team and club playing experience. The program aims to develop the players’ situational and team play skills. Furthermore, this event will have a 1:10 staff to player ratio. Registration includes a free Nike volleyball camp t-shirt.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, or just Virginia Tech, is a public, coeducational, land-grant research university in Blacksburg, Virginia. It is the 3rd largest university in the nation and the largest in the state of Virginia. Additionally, the university is a member of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. It is one of the nation’s best academic institutions. As a matter of fact, it is 74th in the National Universities, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Correspondingly, it is also 27th in the Top Public Schools rankings. The university is offering around 225 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. 30,598 is its latest total student population. In the field of sports. Virginia Tech has 18 intercollegiate athletics teams. Moreover, they are competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Divison I. They call themselves the Hokies. And, their identity colors are maroon and burnt orange.
Virginia Tech Women’s Volleyball High Potential Camp Organizers
Jill Lytle Wilson, a native of Richmond, Texas, is the new head coach of the Virginia Tech Hokies women’s volleyball team. She is the former Louisiana State University’s women’s volleyball recruiting coordinator. She is also a bachelor’s in business administration graduate from Louisiana State University. Then, the Hokies women’s volleyball associate head coach is John Wasielewski. The team’s assistant coach is Thomas Amberg. And finally, Leah Joseph is the Hokies women’s volleyball director of operations.