The Mountain West Conference volleyball race has attracted new
contestants with teams from New Mexico State, Utah State, San Jose
State, and Boise State.
The Jeff Nelson UNM Volleyball Camp was voted one of the best
camps in the country by CSC.com in 2007 and 2008.
Even the youngest player has an opportunity to enjoy learning
how to play volleyball at the Little Lobos camp scheduled in
June 18 - 22 Individual Skills Camp
June 18 - 22 Little Lobos Camp
July 16 - 18 Setter and Libero Camp
July 12 - 15 Advanced Skills Camp
July 20 - 22 Team Camp
Western Athletic Conference volleyball championship team the NMSU
Aggies will once again present the Mike Jordan Camps at NMSU and will
focus on the basic skills like serving, passing, attacking and defense in
order to help campers learn how to play the game.
They have two types of camps this summer, including a team camp,
an all skills camp both of these are scheduled for the month of July.
The specialty camps will focus on learning how to set a volleyball and
the defensive art of digging.
July 26 - 28 Team Camp for male and female plaeyrs
July 19 - 21 All Skills Camp
The Aggies and the San Jose State Spartans are newcomers to the
Mountain West Conference volleyball scene.
Grayson Du Bose Girls Camp at Utah State offers one three
day session at the end of July 22 - 25 and a team camp in June 27 - 29.
As Mountain West Conference volleyball members the Broncos offer
several youth camps where young players can learn to play the game.
In June, they have their first Bronco youth camp, and about a month
later they start their camp season with an individual skills
camp, an advanced skills camp, another Bronco youth camp and ending
with a team competition camp.
June 4 - 6 Bronco Youth Camp I
July 11 -13 Middle School Camp
July 15 - 17 High School Camp
July 30 - August 1 Bronco Youth Camp II
July 18 - 20 Team Camp
The Spartans have joined the Mountain West Conference volleyball race
for first place in conference and a right to play in the NCAA tournament.
Local and regional volleyball girls age 10 - 18 can choose one of three
weeks to attend the San Jose Spartan Nike Volleyball Camps.
July 11 - 14 All Skills Camp
July 11 - 14 Advanced Camp
Mountain West Conference volleyball teams are watching the Bulldogs
The Bulldogs are offering Fresno area players an opportunity to learn
how to play volleyball at their all skills camp scheduled for mid-July.
July 22 - 24 All Skills Camp
July 25 - 27 Elite Camp
Head Coach Ruth Lawanson and the Nevada Wolfpack look forward to
the Mountain West conference volleyball race to the NCAA fournament
They will have several camp sessions for players in the fourth to 12th
Their next camp is a day and overnight camp for high school level
July 15 - 18 Day Camp
July 19 - 21 Overnight Camp
July 22 - 24 Team Camp
July 27 - 29 Olympic Clinic
Olympian and head coach Deitre Collins Parker and her Aztecs women's
team offer a range of different types of camps even for the youngest
Their elite camp is for the high school player who wants to advance
The team camp is for teams who want to work on offensive and
defensive schemes in a competition-like environment.
July 13 - 14 Team Camp
July 15 - 17 All Skills
July 17 Advanced Middle
July 17 Advanced Outside
July 18 Beach
July 18 - 21 Elite Camp
The Las Vegas and surrounding area players have a lot of camp
sessions to choose from at UNLV.
The Rebels offer many opportunities for beginner and advanced level
players who want to learn how to improve their game.
July 10 - 13 All Skills Camp
July 29 - 31 All Skills Day Camp
July 22 - 24 Junior High Camp
July 8 - 9 Setter Camp
July 8 - 9 Middle Hitter Camp
July 22 - 24 Little Rebels Camp
July 25 Libero Camp
August 3 Libero Camp
August 1 - 2 Outside Hitters Camp
July 26 - 27 Team Camp - High School Teams
July 30 - Aug 1 All Skills Camp
Matt McShane head coach of the USAFA women's team offers a very
June 9 - 14 Advanced Skills Camp
The Cowgirls have a high school team competition camp on July 21.
Along with an all skill camp and the Ute day camp, the Utes offer a high
octane camp which is tailored to the high-level varsity player
looking for an extra tune-up prior to returning to school.
July 5 One Day Position and Setting Camp
July 8 - 10 Advanced Skills Camp
July 8 - 10 Ute Day Camp Camp
July 11 - 12 Setters Camp
July 11 - 12 Two Day Position Camp
July 13 High Octane Camp
July 18 - 20 Team Prep Tournament
Prentice Lewis of TCU Volleyball Camps will host a slew of volleyball camps even for the youngest volleyball player, starting at the end of May this summer.
June 14 - 16 All Skills Night Overnight Camp I
July 9 - 11 All Skills Night Overnight Camp
July 12 - 14 July College Prep Overnight Camp
June 11-13 2012 June Day Camp I
July 11-13 2012 June Intense Day Camp II
July 16 - 18 July Day Camp 2012
July 16 - 18 July Intense Day Camp 2012
May 1 Satellite Team Camps 2012
July 19 - 21 Team Camp 2012
About Breakfast Club 60
Elite training for very advanced hard working players who INTEND to play volleyball in college.
Exclusive opportunity to train with teammates/friends with similar high goals and are ready to push YOU and themselves to improve.
Not for the curious, weak hearted or distracted player, we do more in 60 minutes than most clubs and teams do in three hours.
If you’ve never attended a Breakfast Club class contact Coach April BEFORE registering.
About Brunch Club 60
Perfect for regular Boot Camp class players and players who've ALREADY played on a City of Las Vegas/NYS Elite local league team and who're interested in more advanced training and/or trying out for the Volleycats Elite 14s/15s/ local team competing in June/July/August.
Ten (10) - intensive 60-minute sessions of semi-private (small groups of six) volleyball practices
Sessions are a specially designed mix of skills conducted by Coach April within the one hour session