NBC Volleyball Camp at Auburn Adventist Academy Auburn, Washington
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Do you love volleyball? Grab a friend and come have a blast this summer with NBC Volleyball. NBC Volleyball is excited to be at Auburn Adventist Academy for the very first year.
For 40 years, NBC Camps has been training athletes for success on and off the court. Creating the best instructional volleyball camps in the U.S. is our main goal. From our curriculum, to our tournaments and games, from our Intensity Station, to our life skills training, NBC Camps will help you become the best athlete and person you can possibility be.
Complete Player Volleyball Camps
This volleyball summer camp offers training in all aspects of the sport including leadership and confidence training. NBC's Complete Player volleyball curriculum is all encompassing to help athletes develop and master skills to play the game of volleyball with excellence. Complete Player camps offer overnight (complete program training) and extended day options for those who commute to and from camp each morning and evening.
- Goal setting, mental toughness, confidence under pressure, skill mastery, enthusiasm, self-discipline, Christian values, and great fun
- Total volleyball skill development
- Intensity station/confidence training
- Leadership training on ways to elevate your game and life
- Encouraging atmosphere where campers walk away better athletes and people
About the Campus:
Campers will be staying in dorms. You do not need to request a roommate before camp begins. When you sign up for a room, have your preferred roommate with you. If you have no preference, we will match you with someone of the same gender and similar age. Each room has 2 beds available with additional floor mattresses if you want to room with more than one other person. These rooms are not air-conditioned and we suggest you bring a fan.
AAA has a huge gym complex which is used as one of the gym training stations as well as the Intensity station and for the nightly evening programs. The cafeteria facility provides an all-you-can-eat salad bar with fresh fruit, hot entrees with beverage, sandwich and cereal stations. (The cafeteria at Auburn Adventist Academy serves primarily vegetarian meals, however there are meals provided during the week that are not vegetarian).Meet your coaching staff
Suzanne has been involved with NBC Camps since she started as a camper in the 7th grade. She was part of the NBC Tour Team in 1986. Vick has been a Coach, Athletic Trainer, Assistant Site Director and Site Director for NBC Camps. A record-breaking setter, Vick earned second team All-Northwest Region honors in 1989 when she helped lead Eastern to the NCAA Tournament after winning Big Sky Conference regular season and tournament titles. Also that year, she earned first team All-Big Sky and Big Sky Conference All-Tournament Team honors. She was also named to the BSC All-Academic Team in 1989 and was the league’s player of the week once that season. She and league MVP Juli Argotow helped lead Eastern to its first-ever Big Sky Conference regular season and tournament titles to advance to the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament. Eastern finished the season 25-7 and 14-2 in the Big Sky Conference. Vick set the single season school record with 1,367 assists in 1989, a mark that stood for a decade. She also hit .284 as a senior to set a school record that stood for eight seasons.Read Full Bio
As a junior, she was the team’s Most Valuable Player when she hit .172 and finished with 902 assists, 32 aces and 230 digs in 99 sets. She set the school record for career assists with 2,679, a record that stood for 10 years (currently third). Also a letter winner in 1986 and 1987, she finished her career with 299 total games played, a .235 hitting percentage and 570 digs. In four seasons at EWU (1986-89), the Eagles had three 20-win seasons and were a collective 77-57 overall and 33-25 in league play. In 2008, she was inducted into the Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame. She is currently the Registration Coordinator for NBC Auburn basketball. Vick is a physical education teacher at Harrison Prep School in Tacoma, WA and is a mother of three great boys.