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Intermediate Libero/Defensive Specialist camp is for experienced, committed, and determined Liberos/defensive specialists who want to take their game to the next level. Experienced coaches teach all components necessary to become a top defensive player. Athletes in this session must be especially self-motivated and self-confident, and must be willing to “hit the floor” due to the nature of the […]MORE INFO
Advanced Hitting and Ball Control is for hitters who are already varsity-level athletes or equivalent and have the potential to play in college. Experienced coaches begin instruction with a brief review of the fundamentals of hitting, but move quickly to shot selection, ball control, and more difficult small-group combined training sessions where the campers are involved in multiple-skill, multiple contact, […]MORE INFO
Advanced Setting and Ball Control is for setters who are already varsity-level athletes or equivalent and have the potential to play in college. Experienced coaches will move quickly from a brief review of setting fundamentals to teaching more difficult setting combination patterns. Campers then take part in combined training sessions where multiple-skill, multiple-contact progressions are taught. […]MORE INFO
Advanced Libero/Defensive Specialist camp is for varsity athletes or equivalent (some players in VERY strong programs would be a varsity player in most other programs) and have the potential to play in college. This is usually the most intense camp when compared to hitting and setting camps because the DS/Libero campers are doing a lot more movement and floor work than […]MORE INFO
Intermediate Setting and Ball Control is for experienced setters who are committed to becoming the best well-rounded, multi-skilled, setters and ball control experts necessary to be successful in today’s game. Experienced coaches begin instruction with a review of the fundamentals, including proper footwork and positioning, and move on to techniques that result in greater setting accuracy and consistency. […]MORE INFO
Intermediate Hitting and Ball Control is for experienced hitters who want to take their game to the next level. They must be committed to becoming the best well-rounded, multi-skilled hitters and ball control experts necessary to be successful in today’s game. Experienced coaches begin instruction with a review of the fundamentals of hitting (even USA National Team hitters […]MORE INFO
All Skills Camp is for all experience levels. This camp is for experienced and inexperienced athletes alike. Inexperienced athletes who want to improve ALL their skills (serving, passing, setting, hitting and defense), and experienced athletes that want additional instruction on skills not included in our other “positional” camps should attend this camp. It’s a great camp for athletes […]MORE INFO
Doug Tabbert was head coach of the South Dakota School of Mines Lady ‘Rockers from 2003-2006. The program improved steadily during his tenure, culminating with a 16-win season in 2006 that represented the program’s second highest season winning percentage in the previous decade. Tabbert comes back to SD Mines from Cameron University, (Okla.) where he […]MORE INFO
Bre Payton is a GA Assistant Coach with the Minnesota State (Mankato) Volleyball coaching staff after completing her playing career at the University of Northern Iowa, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in exercise science and sport psychology. In her playing career with the UNI Panthers, Payton set the Missouri Valley Conference record for triple-doubles, […]MORE INFO
Shayla Chalker was hired as the head coach of the Prairie Fire volleyball team in February of 2012. She was a volleyball assistant at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri for two seasons before arriving at Knox. A native of Melbourne, Australia, Chalker – prior to her coaching career – played on the Australian National Team […]MORE INFO
Jerry Hulla enters his second season at Bemidji State. Hulla brings more than a decade of collegiate coaching, recruiting and international experience to BSU’s coaching staff. Most recently, Hulla had the opportunity to be the head coach for a squad in the Ninth Annual European Global Challenge which was played in Pula, Croatia. Before his […]MORE INFO
Ashley Petak enters her third season with Augustana in 2015. A native of Omaha, Neb., Petak helped setter Marissa Johnson to second-team All-NSIC honors. Johnson tallied 12.63 assists per set, the fifth-best mark in Augustana volleyball history. Helping with the direction of Augustana’s offense, Petak assisted Holly Hafemeyer earn AVCA first-team All-American honors and Courtney […]MORE INFO
In the mid ’90s while pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, Dan played volleyball on the Mankato State University men’s club team. For the next three years following graduation, Dan coached girls’ Junior Olympic teams in Forest Lake, MN. During this time, he helped establish the first fully-sanctioned USAV-NCR boys’ Junior Olympic […]MORE INFO
John’s interest in volleyball and coaching started during high school when he would help scrimmage the girl’s team and assist the school’s Physical Education teacher with the volleyball unit for the younger classes. He took advantage of an offer to compete at a much higher level of competition during his first years of college. John […]MORE INFO