A Message from Coach Dunbar:
Welcome All Volleyball Players!
I have some simple goals for our camps here at Indiana. First and foremost, we want to have fun! Second, we want to help you learn tools during your time at camp that can help you throughout the year to become the best player you can be. Third, we want to get you on campus so you can experience what a fantastic university we have here at Indiana. And last, we want to get you associated with our players who I believe are fantastic role models both in the classroom and on the court. Come and bring your passion and work ethic and it will be a great experience!
Day Camp, July 6-8, 2010
(for girls grades 1 and up)
The Commuter Camp is designed to teach players the fundamental skills of volleyball. Camp sessions will run daily from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (skill instruction) and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (competitive wash drills and competition). There will be a one-hour lunch break where the campers are responsible for bringing their own food items.
All-Skills Camp, July 6-8, 2010(for girls in grades 5 and up)
The All-Skills Camp is designed to develop and improve the skills and understanding of the game of volleyball in a challenging and fun environment. Campers will be placed in groups according to skill level and experience.
Position Camp, July 13-15, 2010(for girls in grades 9 and up)
The Position Camp is designed to train players for a specific position: middle blocker, outside hitter, defensive specialist, or setter. Each position will learn skills from basic footwork to the most advanced aspects of the game. Each camper must select only one position on the registration form.
Team Camp, July 16-18, 2010
(for girls in grades 9-12)
The Team Camp is designed to train entire high school teams while providing an opportunity for competition. All skills will be covered and each team will be assigned a coach. Each team should have a minimum of 8 players. One coach per 8 players will be free. If one team brings a second coach, the team is responsible for an additional $200 to cover basic camp costs. Larger teams may be split into several teams for scrimmage situations. Each camper and COACH must complete a registration form and include the team name and roommate request. Team registration forms MUST be mailed in the same envelope.
WE HAVE TWO EASY WAYS FOR YOU TO REGISTER:
- U.S. MAIL - To register by mail, you will need to download the brochure HERE. The brochure is in Adobe Acrobat format and you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open and print the file (Acrobat Reader can be downloaded HERE.) Mail the application with payment to the address listed on the registration form.
- ON-LINE - Click on the link for your selected camp in the left hand column of this page, and fill out the registration and payment forms. If applying on-line, you do NOT need to mail an application to us. There is a 6% surcharge for on-line registration added to the tuition charge. If you have problems with the ON-LINE REGISTRATION, please CONTACT US for customer service
Registration deadline is July 1, 2010. Register early as camps fill up fast. To reserve your spot at camp, send in the completed registration/consent form and a $100 non-refundable deposit check made payable to IU Volleyball Camp, or register online* at www.HoosierSportsCamps.com. The remaining balance can be paid off at any time OR at camp check-in. Camp refunds may be given if the cancellation occurs before June 15, 2010, minus a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations after June 15, 2010, will result in a forfeit of the $100 deposit. No refunds will be issued for any reason once a camp session has begun.
All housing will be in Foster Quad Dormitory on the IU Campus located at 1000 N. Fee Lane. Dining will be in McNutt Hall directly across the street from Foster. Parking permits are required for any vehicle parked on campus and can be purchased at check-in from Foster Quad for $7/day. Camp sessions will be held either at Wildermuth Gymnasium (HPER Building) or University Gym. Locations will be dependent on amount of campers and will be communicated to the campers/parents.
A certified athletic trainer will be on site to care for any minor injuries and any other medical needs. Each participant should have her own medical insurance. Any medical bills incurred will be billed to the participant's insurance company. Parents must complete the consent form and fill out appropriate insurance information enclosed in this brochure.
Indiana University Volleyball Camp reserves the right to send a camper home, without refund, if she does not conduct herself in a manner that will enhance proper and safe learning, good sportsmanship, and willingness to follow directions.
Current and former IU players, as well as high level college, club and high school coaches will participate in each camp to work with the campers and pass on first-hand knowledge of skills ranging from basic to advanced. There will also be time for campers to ask questions and get to know the players. The approximate camper to staff ratio will be 10:1. Camp coaches, players and an athletic trainer will be on duty in the dorms at all times, 24 hours a day.
ITEMS TO BRING
- Volleyball Shoes
- Knee Pads
- Alarm Clock
- Flip Flops
- Water Bottle
- Toiletry Items
- Sports Bra
- Twin Size Bed Sheets
- Camp Store $
- Pizza $