Join the Washington University Women’s Volleyball Elite Camp for four days of challenging and fun volleyball training experience. It is inviting all girls in the 10th up to 12th-grade who desire to play at the college level to attend. The design of this elite volleyball camp is to provide personal attention to each of the participants and ensure overall development. Furthermore, it covers skills and teamwork and strategy understanding improvement. There will also be scrimmages to test and identify potential collegiate players. In addition, registration is only until July 8. The program run from July 19 to July 22. It will accommodate both residential and commuter campers.
Washington University, originally Eliot Seminary, is a private, coeducational, research university in St. Louis, Missouri. Its name is in honor of George Washington, the first president of the United States. Washington University comprises seven schools. They are the Arts and Sciences, the Brown School, the Olin Business School, the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Law, and the School of Medicine. Moreover, Washington University is 36th in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. It is also 18th in National Universities and 22nd in Best Value Schools, of the 2018 edition of the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges rankings. Currently, the university is serving around 7,600 undergraduate students. In athletics, Washington University fields 17 varsity teams in the University Athletic Association of NCAA Division III. They are the Bears.
Washington University Women’s Volleyball Elite Camp Organizers
Vanessa Walby is the head coach of the Washington University Bears women’s volleyball team since December of 2013. She is the 2016 University Athletic Association Coach of the Year awardee. Under her leadership, the women’s volleyball has already 3 NCAA Tournament appearances with a runner-up finish in 2016. Then, the Bear women’s volleyball assistant coaches are Ashlee Rust, Greg Selle, Sarah Sherman, and Brandon Thompson. Coach Rust is at the same time the team’s assistant sports performance coach.