* Tues: 4pm to 8pm
* Wed & Thur: 9am to 5pm, with a one-hour lunch break
* Fri: 10am to 1pm
Athletes will enjoy three recruiting seminars:
a) What an athlete should be doing in h.s. to prepare to play sports in college.
b) The ads and disads and what's the difference between D1/D2/D3 and NCAA/NAIA/Jr colleges.
c) An athlete wants to be discovered; so, how do an athlete promote herself?
Each 8 girls that we admit will be matched by a head coach!
Odenton Sports Center
8266 Lokus Rd, Odenton, MD 21113
High school and/or college coaches +
college players + Coach Houser
The 2016 registration form is here!
End Of Camp Awards:
We hope to give some awesome awards!
What we give at other Expectations Camps can be seen here!
If you have any questions
about the camp,
you may email Coach Raynor at Arundel.Aviators.email@example.com, or Tom Houser, the director of STAR
Volleyball Camps at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictures from the 2010 - 2015 camps are on our camp Facebook page! Please visit us here.
2016 Court Coaches:
Coach Barber is the former head volleyball coach of Westover Christian in Danville, Va. His team won the D3 state championship in the fall of 2011, 2012 and 2013. He was the head coach since 1995, but resigned after the 2014 season to spend more time with his wife and 4 children. Coach Barber has also coached basketball and softball. You can contact him at JimBarber@WestoverMinistries.org
Katey just finished her 4-year volleyball career at Averett University in Danville, Va. Much of the time she has been the starting libero. She is a 2012 graduate of Westover Christian. She played school ball for 6 years, club ball for 3 years. During her senior year at WCA, the team won their first ever VACA state championship and she was named tournament MVP. That same year, she was named Metro Danville Player Of The Year. She has assisted with eighteen STAR camps, has directed divisions at six. She has also coached 4 years of youth volleyball in Danville. You can contact Katey at email@example.com.
I will post them here as soon as possible!
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What makes a High Expectations Camps different that any other camp a vball girl can attend?
Each camper must apply to participate, and she needs to be at least :
* a rising 8th grader, with;
* three seasons of competitive ball.
(A "season" does not include equal playing time middle school ball, a rec
league, a county league, or a summer league. But, if an athlete doesn't have the minimum requirements, contact us.
We sometimes make special exemptions for outstanding athletes....tell us about your daughter....send us video....and we may admit her!)