OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss volleyball coaching staff is excited to announce it will be leading a two-day volleyball coaching clinic Friday and Saturday on the Ole Miss campus.
Led by Ole Miss volleyball head coach Joe Getzin, associate head coach Shannon Wells and assistant coach Sean Burdette, the Rebels will be teaching coaches of all levels and age groups. The two-day clinic will be full of learning and sharing ideas, and will allow coaches to see some of the best college teams in action.
The coaching clinic will feature both on-court and classroom sessions, led by the coaches whose teams will be participating in the Ole Miss Spring Volleyball Tournament. Visiting coaches will be able to interact with the instructing coaches throughout the clinic and during the provided lunch Saturday.
There will be a total of nine clinic sessions over the two days, including practice planning, maximizing reps in practice, team offensive and defensive systems, ball control and warm-up drills, setter training and out-of-system drills. The clinic will also have a strength training session run by the Ole Miss volleyball strength and conditioning staff.
Coaches will receive a free clinic drill packet, and will be mailed a DVD copy of all on-court drills. High school coaches attending the Ole Miss coaching clinic will receive a $10 per player discount to attend the Ole Miss team camp July 12-14 by using the code: OMCC13.
Guest coaches at the clinic include Mississippi State head coach Jenny Hazelwood, Southern Miss head coach Abbey Sutherland, Memphis head coach April Jauregui and Tennessee-Martin head coach Darrin McClure.
Coaches can register online by credit card at the Ole Miss volleyball camps website, or by filling out the coaching clinic form and mailing it to the Ole Miss volleyball offices. For questions, please contact assistant coach Sean Burdette by email at email@example.com or by phone at (662) 915-7883.
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