Baylor Volleyball Coach To Host Summer Camps

June 28, 2001

by Erika Snoberger, student newswriter

Brian Hosfeld, head coach of the Baylor University women's volleyball team, will host four summer camps for girls ages 10-18. Camp staff includes members of the Baylor Volleyball coaching staff as well as top college, club and high school coaches.

A team and all-skills camp will be held June 28-July 1 and will feature individual training combined with team concepts and a fast-paced focus on passing, hitting, blocking and serving. Cost for overnight campers is $315 and $245 for commuter campers.

A hitter and setter specialty camp will be held July 5-8 and offers unique position instruction for athletes from all experience levels. High-energy drills and off-court instruction also will be given. Cost for this camp is $315 for overnight campers and $245 for commuters.

An all-skills camp will take place July 9-12 and provides individual players a chance to develop technical skills on the court. This camp is for players of all skill levels. Camp cost is $315 for overnight campers and $245 for commuter campers.

The final session, an elite training camp, will be held July 28-31and is designed for the experienced player with two years of high school or club experience. A coach's recommendation is required. Intensive training and skill development will allow each athlete to personalize her game. The cost for this camp is $325 for overnight campers and $255 for commuter campers.

For more information, contact Frank Gray, assistant volleyball coach, at 710-3039.

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