Eagle Volleyball Announces Summer Camp Dates

Skills Camp: July 11-13, 2011
Team Camp: July 18-20, 2011

Eastern Washington University head volleyball coach Miles Kydd has announced the dates for the 2011 Eagle Volleyball Summer Camp. Don't miss this chance to sign up early for one of the best camps offered in the Inland Northwest!

The Eagle Volleyball Skills Camp, which focuses on specific positions and related skills, will be July 11-13, 2011. The Team Camp will be held the following week, July 18-20, 2011, and will provide an opportunity for squads to work directly with coaches and counselors on different rotations and team tactics that will prepare them for the upcoming seasons.

Camps are geared toward female volleyball players, ages 12-18. The camp will be held at Reese Court on the campus of Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Wash.

A complete brochure with prices and further details will be available in January on www.goeags.com, but interested parties may email camp director Miles Kydd at anytime to reserve a spot (mkydd@ewu.edu).

Coaches and camp counselors are also available to travel to schools during the 2011 summer to work with teams on developing skills and knowledge of the sport in their own facilities. For more information on the traveling camps, contact Wes Walker at wwalker@ewu.edu.

Eastern volleyball has a rich tradition of success in the Big Sky Conference, with five BSC Championship banners since 2000, including the most recent title in 2008. As a team, the Eagles have finished in the top three of the Big Sky standings in 14 of past 15 seasons. EWU boasts a total of six Big Sky MVP's, and 41 All-Big Sky honorees. In the past two seasons alone, seven athletes have been named to one or more All-Big Sky Conference teams, including 2009 and 2010 First-Team All Star Chenoa Coviare.

 Kydd and the entire camp staff, which includes current and former players, as well as assistant coaches for the EWU volleyball squad are excited to provide this opportunity for you to be a part of the winning tradition at Eastern Washington. Come find out what it's like to train like an Eagle!

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