Volleyball Camp Questions & Answers

  1. What is the difference between the overnight, extended day, and day programs?
  2. What programs do you offer?
  3. What should be included in my letter of recommendation for my advanced camp?

What is the difference between the overnight, extended day, and day programs?

The overnight option includes three court sessions per day, all meals, housing and activities. The extended day option typically runs from 9am to 9p.m. and includes three sessions daily, lunch, dinner, and activities. The day camper option is runs from 9am until 5pm and lunch is provided at select locations.

What programs do you offer?

Nike Volleyball Camp locations offer one or more of the following programs: All Skills, Advanced, Position Specialty, or Team Volleyball. All Skills programs are open to players of all ability levels. Every aspect of the game is covered, giving you a solid skill foundation to build upon after camp. Advanced camps are designed for high school varsity players (entering sophomore, junior, or senior years) and club players with a commitment to the sport and the ability and motivation to play in college. These intense, challenging programs stress position play, advanced team techniques, and physical conditioning. Players are encouraged to submit a coach’s letter of recommendation. Position Specialty camps are available at several locations. These programs are designed for players wanting to specialize in the setter, hitter, middle blocker, or libero (defensive specialist) positions. Team Volleyball is offered at James Madison University. The program offers focused group instruction and competitive team play for players and coaches of all skill levels.

What should be included in my letter of recommendation for my advanced camp?

Recommendation letters should be written by your coach. It should highlight your strengths and abilities. Letters should be sent directly to US Sports Camps via mail, fax or email. Please contact us at 1800 645 3226 with any questions.
 

   
   
   
   
   
       
   
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