Captains Of The Day
Rosemarie Buzzy, senior at New Covenant
Brianna Cabbler, senior at William Fleming
Christine Surface, junior at Craig County
Daylin Tyree, junior at Covington
Topics That Coaches Will
Monday Coach Benson's will speak on:
A Girl Should Prepare In High School To Play College Ball.”
2pm Tuesday Coach Miller's topic will be:
Advantages of Playing D3 ball.”
2pm Wednesday Coach Huus's and
Coach Griffith will speak on:
Girls Don’t Get Recruited. So Here Is The Process By Which You Must
Mon - Wed: 2pm to 9pm, with an hour meal break from
around 6pm to around 7pm.
Thursday: 2pm to 5:30pm. The tournament starting around 3pm! A free meal afterwards! You go Coach Kane!
Maximum Campers: 32 for 4 courts
The 2010 registration form is here.
If you have any questions about the camp, you may
email the camp director, Coach Houser,
email@example.com or the camp host,
Barry Kane at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 10, 2009.
I sent this to a parent today. If you
are considering this camp, the following may answer some of your
"If [your daughter] really wants to attend the H.E. camp, I advise
you to download the form on the website, then fill it out and send
it in. The camp will be full when we get 32 campers who are good
volleyball players. We won't be waiting for the best 32 that
we can possibly get, b/c we can't wait until May 1st to tell people
whether they're accepted or not. When we get 32 GOOD campers,
people who can play the game at a high level, we will close the
registration. Every year I have directed a H.E., a few
players have attempted to enter and we have to say, "Sorry, we just
don't think we can accept you." We return their money."
"The H.E. camp I directed in Lynchburg in 2008 filled up in the last
few weeks, and last year's filled up in May. So I don't know what to
tell you......except the more successful the camps get, the quicker
they fill. And we all thought last year's was a BLAST! Maybe
this one will fill in April? March? I would just encourage you to
not put it off long."
If you were interested in attending this camp, we're sorry. It has been full
for a few months.
Next summer, we may have both a High Expectations and a Maximum Expectations camp.....just wait and see the staff that we're going to create for THAT camp! You'll be saying, "Coach Houser, are you KIDDING ME?!?!?!"
The VES gym is an incredible
Air conditioned! Curtains between courts!
More info about VES can be found at the bottom of this page.
Head Men's & Women's Coach,
Eastern Mennonite University
Coach Benson played volleyball in college, coached high school ball for 4 years and club ball for 6
years while living in Florida. He also coached college ball for 4
years before taking over at EMU in 2004. His teams at EMU
have improved their winning % nearly every year since arriving.
During the summer of 2007, Benson was selected as a training coach of
the USA Select A1 Boys team. You can read more about him
here, and you can contact Coach Benson at
Coach Miller has been the head coach at Averett University for 13
Miller has led the Cougars to a 319 -137 record and four NCAA Tournament
appearances. He also has won seven conference tournament titles
and nine regular season crowns. The Averett University
volleyball website can be seen
You can contact Coach Miller here:
or you can call his office at 434-791-5734
Head Coach, Sweet
Coach Beth Huus just completed her fifth season at the helm of Sweet
Briar Volleyball. Prior to taking over the program, she coached at
Heidelberg College and Earlham College. As a collegiate
player at Gettysburg College, coach Huus received first-team
All-Centennial Conference honors and twice reached the National
Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III tournament.
You can reach Coach Huus at
email@example.com or at her office at
434.381.6441. The SBC volleyball website can be seen
Alan is a wealth of
knowledge! When he talks, people take notes. He is a long-time player,
coach and is an expert at the MB position. He was
one of the assistant coaches on Roanoke Juniors first National
Qualifying team in 2006. Pictures can be seen
He presently gives private lessons for Coach Houser here. If you
want to contact Alan, his email address is
Devyn just graduated from
Ferrum College, where she made the volleyball team as a walk-on her
freshman year!! She graduated from George Washington High School in Danville, VA
in 2007, where she played volleyball for six years.
Devyn gives private volleyball lessons in Roanoke on many
Saturday & Sunday nights that her schedule allows! She is also
involved in our volleyball
training for 8 - 12 year olds. Devyn
has now assisted with thirteen STAR volleyball camps, including being
the rookie camp director at
Chugiak High in Anchorage Alaska in
July of 2009. She will begin work on her master degree at
Seton Hall this fall! You go Devyn! Her email
firstname.lastname@example.org. MySpace Page:
Jessica Washburn Bowles
Jessica is a Physical Education teacher at Callaway
Elementary school, where she teaches children from Pre-K-5th
grade. She graduated from Ferrum College in 2009, where she
played volleyball all 4 years. At Ferrum Jessica earned Academic
All-Conference in 2007 - 2009. Jessica graduated from Franklin County
High School in 2005, where she played 2 years of JV, and 2 years of
She was a team captain her sophomore and senior years.
She also played 2 years of club volleyball.
While at FCHS, she was awared 1st team All-Conference in 2004.
Jessica was an assistant coach on my New River Valley
this past season and is the director of the
training in Roanoke for girls ages 8 - 12.
You can contact Jessica
Caitlyn is a senior at Roanoke College, and has had an
unbelievable athletic career! She was a 4-year star on the Cave
Spring High volleyball team, a 4-year star on the basketball team.
She was all-district in both
in high school! Then, at Roanoke College, she was 4-year
star there as well. In BOTH sports! You can email Caitlyn at