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Westminster Missouri Volleyball

Blue Jays Volleyball Camps

2017 Summer Camp

The Blue Jays Overnight Camp is a 3-day long camp that includes 6 total on court sessions. Sessions will focus significant amount of time on positional training to work on specific skills and team drills closing with match style play session. During the first session, campers are divided into groups by age and ability to allow for the maximum repetitions and appropriate skill progression for advancement. Campers can expect to get firsthand knowledge and training at the highest level from current collegiate and club coaches as well as current Westminster College Varsity team members.

July 7th - 9th
Entering Grades: 9th - 12th, Girls
(Graduating Seniors Are Also Eligible To Attend Camp)
Check-In: 12:00 pm, Day 1
Check-Out: 12:00 pm, Day 3
Overnight: $285 - Includes T-Shirt
Commuter: $245 - Includes T-Shirt
Limited To 60 Campers

Camp Features

  • Low player to coach ratio!
  • High quality drill and game instruction
  • An evaluation of each player
  • Free camp T-shirt!

Camp Coaches
Westminster College Head Coach Natalia Koryzna will be directing and coaching the camps. She will be joined by members of the Blue Jays team. Depending on registration numbers, more coaches with High School, Club, or College coaching background will be added. Westminster College Athletic Trainers will be available on site as well.

Camp Facilities
All camp activities will utilize Westminster College’s campus. Training will take place in either Historic Gymnasium and/or the Hunter Activity Center. Overnight campers will be housed in the housing facilities on campus.

Insurance & Medical Care
The Blue Jays Volleyball camps will NOT be responsible for any medical or other charges in connection with a camper’s attendance. Each camper’s parent or legal guardian will be required to authorize a medical release form releasing the camp, its directors and employees, for ALL liability for injuries, accidents and/or illness incurred while at camp.