UND offers a variety of summer camps for volleyball players of all ages. Check out the dates and different camps offered in the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center.
"I am really excited about our camps for this summer," first-year UND head coach Mark Pryor said. "There are so many quality student athletes within our region. I am really looking forward to getting a chance to work with them and get to know the volleyball community in North Dakota.”
Youth Camp - Mail-in registration only - Download flyer
- July 7-10, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
- Grades K-5
- $40 before June 9, $60 after (T-shirt included)
“Our Little Diggers camp is a great opportunity for younger students to be exposed to volleyball in a fun and supportive environment," says UND head coach Mark Pryor. "The campers will be able to be trained and mentored by current UND student athletes and coaching staff.”
- July 11-12
- Variety of one and two day sessions for setters, hitters and liberos
- These camps will provide specialized instruction to help campers master the art of setting, attacking and defending.
Team Camp - Download brochure
- July 18-20
- Varsity and JV teams
- Get your team ready for the upcoming season with this competitive team camp.
- Contact Dan Brown at 701-777-2508 or email@example.com for more information
“The interest for our team camp has been tremendous," UND head coach Mark Pryor said. "We are almost at capacity, and it is only April. We decided that we wanted to cap it at a smaller number of teams, so we can make sure that each player has a more quality experience, and she doesn't just feel like another number. We want kids to come away from camp saying, ‘I can’t wait ‘til next year’”
- July 14-17
- Variety of sessions available for two-day or full week
- Campers range from college-bound to begineers and will cover all the fundamentals necessary to be a competitive volleyball player, including setting, attacking, defending, serving, passing, and blocking.
Questions? Contact Dan Brown at 701-777-2508 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information