The Wesleyan University is announcing its Wesleyan University Women’s Volleyball Open House Clinic schedule on the 30th of April. It will introduce potential college volleyball players and their parents to the Wesleyan University volleyball program and recruiting procedures. Additionally, this event offers an opportunity for the participants to enhance their game and achieve their full potential. It also includes a campus tour and a get to know session with the university’s women’s volleyball coaching staff and current players. This volleyball clinic will take place at the Freeman Athletic Center in Wesleyan University campus. Furthermore, there are only 24 spots available, thus, registration is first come first serve.
Wesleyan University is a private, coeducational, liberal arts university in Middletown, Connecticut. It is an affiliation of the 568 Group as well as the Annapolis Group. The university is also a member of the Consortium on Financing Higher Education. Furthermore, Wesleyan University has an accreditation from the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The university is 21st in the National Liberal Arts Colleges. It is also 2nd in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings and 24th in the Best Value Schools rankings. Wesleyan University has 28 intercollegiate sports teams competing in the New England Small College Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III. The athletics nickname is Cardinals. Cardinal and black are the university athletics’ identity colors.
Wesleyan University Women’s Volleyball Open House Clinic Organizers
Ben Somera, a native of La Crescenta, California, is the head coach of the Wesleyan University Cardinals women’s volleyball program. He is now entering his 3rd season leading the university’s women’s volleyball team. Moreover, Coach Ben Somera is the recipient of the 2014 Commonwealth Coast Conference Coach of the Year award. He is a University of Southern California bachelor’s degree in political science graduate. Then, the Cardinals women’s volleyball assistant coach is Aly Torline. She is also a bachelor’s degree in political science graduate from California State University.