Baylor to Host Brian Hosfeld Volleyball Camps

July 18, 1997

Baylor University will host the first Brian Hosfeld Volleyball camps for girls from July 28 to Aug. 1 and from Aug. 1-5.

The first camp will be a setters camp. The second is an all-skills team camp. Both camps cater to players of all levels.

More than 300 girls ages 10-18 are expected to attend.

Baylor head coach Brian Hosfeld has been involved with volleyball for more than 15 years. He has served as a college assistant coach and as the director of USA, World University and National Team tryouts in Colorado Springs at the Olympic Training Center. The Magnum Volleyball Club that he founded was one of the most successful junior development programs in the U.S.

Other camp staff members include Baylor assistant coaches Angela Lightfoot and Craig Pazanti and top college and high school coaches who have taught at high levels of competition. Baylor team members will also be in attendance.

Coaches will give individual and team skills training, and Baylor volleyball players will share their college experiences. The camps will also serve as a time to recruit Baylor students and to give tips for college bound campers. Students will learn about Baylor life and academics and will take tours of the campus. Along with opportunities for outdoor volleyball, the Baylor pool will be open for afternoon recreation.

A fee of $295 for each camp includes a room for four nights and three meals a day. The fee for commuters is $225 and includes four lunches and three dinners. Each student will receive a camp T-shirt, a camp volleyball, water bottle and athletic socks.

For more information, call 755-3034.

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