Spartans Sports Camp - Advanced Girls Volleyball Summer Camp
Advanced Girls Volleyball Summer Camp - Register Now
Note: Kids must have at least one year of playing experience on a school or club team. Not you? Check out our other girls volleyball summer camp.|
This camp is an extension of our basics skills camp, accentuating basic fundamentals and
incorporating skills into game situations. Worthwhile time will be spent on developing
individualized skill sets, ranging from arm swing, serving, blocking and passing.
We will also focus on different "in game" strategies, culminating with scrimmages.
Members of the high school volleyball team(s) will also assist in helping to make this
a worthwhile camp!
This camp will run in one session: July 17-July 21, 2017 from 5:00pm-8:00pm daily.|
The cost of a 5-day session of this camp is $275. This camp is open to kids with at least one year prior volleyball experience (either from middle school teams or club volleyball) entering grades 7
through 9 in August 2017. Campers will be divided up into courts based on skill. If you want to step up your game and get in good shape before volleyball tryouts in the Fall, this is the camp for you!
Each camper will receive a volleyball, t-shirt, water bottle, and drawstring backpack.
Sample Camp activities will include:
Skill games and competitions
Serving and Passing skills and strategies
Team offense and defense games
Scrimmages at the end of each session
Dave Winn is the current head Girls Varsity volleyball coach at Mountain View High School.
He is also a coach at Mountain View Volleyball Club.
In Dave’s 15 year career as a high school Varsity coach, his teams have amassed over 400 victories.
At Palo Alto HS, Dave guided the Vikings to 7 league championships in a row and garnered back to
back California State Championships in 2010 and 2011. Dave has also earned 4 Junior Olympic medals
coaching club volleyball teams. He has helped numerous student athletes achieve success in securing
collegiate volleyball opportunities.
Dave’s coaching philosophy is to teach his athletes life lessons through competition
in volleyball. His camp attendees will get a good technical understanding of the game
while increasing their desire to learn more and have fun.