PUEBLO, Colo. (February 14, 2018) – Colorado State University-Pueblo Volleyball will host four camps at Massari Arena this July to give children of all ages a chance to increase their volleyball skills.
The Pack's annual Team Camp will be held Friday July 6- Saturday July 7. Designed for high school freshman, JV, and varsity teams, this camp will have tournament style play and at least four matches per day. Officials will be provided, but teams will need to bring their own equipment, including warm up balls. This camp costs $100 per team if the team is registered by June 1. The price rises to $125 from June 1- July 1 and costs $130 if registered after July 1.
CSU-Pueblo's Elite Skills Camp takes place Monday July 9- Wednesday July 11 and has commuter and overnight packages available. This camp will focus on individual skills of volleyball using both drill and game play. The Pack's Elite Skills Camp provides an excellent way for athletes to gain tools to take their game to the next level. Due to the elite nature of this camp pervious volleyball experience is encouraged. Like the team camp, cost for the Pack's Elite Skills Camp goes up after June 1.
For middle school and incoming freshman athletes, there is the Future ThunderWolves Camp. The Future ThunderWolves Camp runs in the afternoons from Thursday July 12 through Saturday July 14. This camp will focus on developing the individual skills of volleyball in a fun environment. Athletes will increase their knowledge of the sport of volleyball through the use of games and skill appropriate instruction. This camp is an excellent way for young players to learn more about volleyball.
Finally, the Pack Pups Camp will offer instruction for incoming4-6th graders from July 12-14. Sessions run from 9 a.m. -12 p.m. and will focus on the discovering and developing the basics of volleyball. Athletes will learn the sport of volleyball through the use of games and skill appropriate instruction. This camp will cost $80 for campers registered for July 1.
Pack Head Coach Jill Muhe will run the camp. A 2016 inductee to the University of California-Davis Hall of Fame, Muhe also played Professional Beach Volleyball from 2000-2010. Under Muhe's coaching, Caitlin Broadwell earned All-RMAC honors in each of the last two seasons. In 2016, under Muhe's guidance, Katie Burnett set every digging record at CSU-Pueblo. Assistant Coach Nathan Martell and CSU-Pueblo Volleyball student-athletes will also help lead these camps.
Registration for these camps will be online only so Click Here to register for the Pack's Summer Volleyball Camps. Campers who register by June 1 will receive an early bird discount.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.