March 28, 2012
CONWAY - The Coastal Carolina volleyball team will be holding a plethora of camps this summer that covers all age groups.
A youth camp series will be the first camp that the Chanticleers host. The youth camp series begins on Saturday, May 12 and continues on May 13th, 19th and concludes on the 20th. The camp are for athletes ages 5-14 and covers the basic volleyball skills such as passing, setting, hitting and serving.
Coastal then hosts the Myrtle Beach Vacation Volleyball Camp Series on June 4 through July 13. The camp will take place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and the focus is going to be on beach training and the development of all skills required for indoor and outdoor volleyball.
An all skills camp is set for July 16-18 and is designed for beginning and intermediate level junior high and high school girls and will offer instruction and training in the skills and techniques of passing, setting, attacking, serving and defense. Campers will be divided up based on skill level, age and experience.
Two team camps are scheduled with the first taking place on July 19 through July 21 and the second camp is set for July 27 through July 29. Team camp one's focus is going to be on skill and team development, as well as six vs. six play. The second team camp's emphasis is set to teach skill and team development, along with team systems and concepts.
On July 22 and July 23 the Chanticleers are hosting an Elite Setter Camp that is geared for the beginning, intermediate and advanced level player looking to specialize in a specific position. The camp is for players from grades six to 12 and concentrates on setting skill techniques and training repetitions in footwork, attack skills and various set types.
A hitting and passing camp is set for July 24-25 and is also for players from grades six to 12. The focus of the camp is going to focus on a variety of attack skills from all positions on the net. Quick attacks as well as play-sets for the hitter will also be emphasized, along with footwork, arm swing and blocking skills.
Satellite camps can be set up for teams who are unable to make any of the scheduled camps. Two to six sessions can be set up and last about three hours each. Satellite camps can focus on any of the following combinations: passing, setting, serving, hitting, digging, blocking, team offense, team defense or serve reception.
For more information regarding Coastal Carolina volleyball camps or to register please visit: http://www.coastalcarolinavolleyballacademy.com/index.cfm.