OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss volleyball coaching staff is excited to announce its Summer Camp Series held at the Gillom Sports Center. The camp series will feature 12 sessions spanning from May 18 to July 14.
Session one, the Elite Prospect ID Camp, is a two-day camp from May 18-19. The camp will feature a unique elite level training experience for prospective student-athletes to showcase their skills and learn from the Ole Miss volleyball staff. Focus will be on individual skill technique and position training.
Session two is June 8 and will be a sand volleyball camp. Campers will spend the day on the sand volleyball courts learning from Beach-IMPACT and Beach-CAP I certified coach Sean Burdette.
Session three, the Coed Lil’ Reb Day Camp, is June 10-13, and will introduce boys and girls to the fundamentals of volleyball.
The Nike All-Skills Camp from June 24-27 is session four of the summer camp series. Campers will master the fundamentals, develop proper mechanics and gain valuable game play experience.
There will be two parts to camp July 6. There will be a half-day where campers will learn the perfect serving techniques, including the overhead floater, top spin, jump floater, jump top spin, drive serve and hybrid serve. During the second half of the day, campers will apply the techniques the Ole Miss volleyball players use in their-year round training to increase their vertical jumping, speed, agility and quickness.
The Ole Miss Individual Skills Camp from July 7-9 is the most popular session. The Rebels’ staff and players will train campers in individual sessions designed to improve fundamental skills of volleyball such as passing, serving, setting, attacking, blocking and defending.
Session seven, College Prep Position Camp, is July 10-11, and is recommended for position players entering high school through rising college freshmen planning on competing at the collegiate level. It is a fast paced, college caliber camp designed to give players the chance to test their physical and mental skills while training at the highest level. Available sessions at the camp are attacking camp, grit and guts libero camp, and setting camp.
Session eight is the Elite College Experience Training Camp from July 6-11. This week long camp will immerse campers in the daily routines of what each Rebel volleyball player experiences during their training regimen. Campers will be challenged both physically and mentally while training in the same routine and manner as the Rebels. The camp includes position specific individual training, a daily strength and conditioning program, techniques analyzed used DARTFISH and NOAH training and video review sessions, catered dinner, post-camp performance evaluation, goal setting sessions, a nutrition seminar and camp notebook.
There will be a pair of combo camps July 6-9 and July 6-11. Combo Camp No. 1 will run from July 6-9 and will combine sessions five and six, including an overnight stay and dinner between sessions. Combo camp No. 2 will run July 6-11 and will combine sessions five, six and seven and also include overnight stays and dinner between sessions.
The summer camp series will close out with a team camp from July 12-14 and a team shootout from July 13-14.
To register online, download the mail-in registration form, or visit the Ole Miss Volleyball Camps website.
For all other questions, please contact assistant coach and camp coordinator Sean Burdette at email@example.com or (662) 915-7883.
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