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Trojan Volleyball Announces 2023 Summer Camp Dates

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Volleyball | Mon, Jan. 23, 2023 at 11:05 AM
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UPLAND, Ind. – Registration is now open for the Taylor Volleyball Summer Camps, scheduled for three different sessions in mid-June.

The TU Summer Day Camp, scheduled for June 15-17, is open to girls entering kindergarten through third grade and will focus on the introduction of beginning fundamentals and techniques of the game of volleyball. Campers will have the opportunity to work through skill stations, as well as to learn the basic concepts of match play. Cost for the TU Summer Day Camp is $50.

The TU Summer Camp, slated for June 14-17, is open to girls entering grades fourth through eighth and will focus on all aspects of the sport. Fundamental skills and technique development will be emphasized for the beginner, as well as the more experienced athlete. Players will be grouped by age and skill level. Drills, games, and competitive play will be used to refine skills and techniques. Cost for the TU Summer Camp is $360 for residents and $310 for commuters.

The TU Elite Prospect Camp will be held on June 11-13 for girls entering grades nine through 12, who are interested in playing volleyball at the collegiate level. The camp will include collegiate level practices and training with and against current members of the Taylor volleyball program. Participants will receive skill evaluations, establish relationships, receive training tips and instruction from the Taylor coaching staff. Cost for the Elite Prospect Camp is $330 for residents and $280 for commuters.

Discounts are available for teams or groups of eight-or-more attending the TU Summer Camp and TU Elite Prospect Camp.

For more information, please visit TaylorTrojans.com/Camps, or contact TU head coach Erin Luthy at [email protected].

 

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