Captains Of The Day!
Friday: Kendall Staunton, Covington High School.
Friday June 30: 10am to 12:30pm, 1:30 to 4pm, 5 to 7:30pm.
Saturday July 1: 10am to 12:30pm, 1:30 to 4pm, 5 to 7:30pm.
Sunday July 2: 10am to 12:30pm, 1:30 to 3:30pm.
Awards 3:30 to 4pm.
With the present staff,
we are only accepting around 24 campers.
Plz don't wait to apply!!
Maximum Campers: Each 8 girls that we admit will be matched by a college coach and an assistant who has played college vball!
Staff: College coaches +
college players + Coach Houser
Location: The awesome Upchurch Field House, on the campus of Sweet Briar College! You can see it here!
The 2017 registration form is here!
T-Shirts! Yes! Again for 2017!
Meals And Water Bottles!
* Meals will be provided free each day at the camp.
Water bottles need to be brought from home and refilled at the camp each day.
End Of Camp Awards:
We hope to give more awesome awards again, like you see here!
A camper can stay two nights in a chaperoned room at the Elston Inn on the campus of Sweet Briar College.
The cost is only $40 a night.
This is College Expectations!
Our college coaches say, "We will work on transition/wash/game like drills. Situations where you have to score. Not only emphasize the three skills, but do them with a kill. Heavy emphasis on finishing points and not just 'playing correctly'. Let's work on terminating rallies! If they want to play in college that's what I want to teach them this summer!"
Pictures from the 2010 - 2015 camps are on our camp Facebook page! Please visit us here.
We will again be using the Sweet Briar College gym in 2017. It's an incredible
More info about SBC can be found at the bottom of this page.
If you have any questions about the camp, you may
email the camp director,
at firstname.lastname@example.org or the camp host,
Vicki Sterne at email@example.com
2017 Court Coaches:
Head Coach, Roanoke College
Blair Trail is in her 15th season as the head coach of the Roanoke
volleyball program. Trail, a 1999 graduate of Roanoke College, was a
standout with the Maroon volleyball program, establishing several school
records during her playing days. The longest tenured coach in the
history of the program is also the all-time wins leader, Trail has
compiled an overall record of 251-173. You can contact her at
540-378-5131, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Head Coach, Averett University
Coach Miller has been the head coach at Averett University for 20 years. Miller has led the Cougars to a 531-256 record, going 255-60 in conference play and four NCAA Tournament appearances. He also has won seven conference tournament titles and ten regular season crowns. The Averett University volleyball website can be seen here. You can contact Coach Miller here: email@example.com or you can call his office at 434-791-5737
Head Coach, Methodist College
Coach Matthews has over 20 years of college coaching experience. He has been the head volleyball coach at Methodist for 14 years, having taken over the team prior to the 2001 season. He has also been the head coach at Georgia Southern for 5 years, and an assistant coach at UNC for 5 years. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or his office phone at (910) 630 7187.
Assistant Coach,Lenoir Rhyne University
Katie is the assistant coach at Lenoir Rhyne University in Hickory NC. Her LRU web page is here. She was a 4-year member of the Averett University volleyball team in Danville, Va, and just graduated in May 2016. She is a
2012 graduate of Westover Christian in Danville, Va. She was named Danville Player Of The Year in her senior year!! She has
played school ball for 6 years, club ball for 3 years. She
has assisted with twenty-seven STAR camps, has been a division director eight times, and enjoys helping athletes learn the
game she loves. You can contact Katie at email@example.com
Allison Sparks Williams
Allison is a graduate of Averett University and now an elementary school teacher in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Allison had a great career at AU where she was named Conference Player Of The Year as a senior. She also was named a D3 All-American. She played for Rockingham County HS. She also played for three years under Coach Miller for Caswell Volleyball Club. Allison is now a 3rd grade teacher at Brosville Elementary School near Danville, Va. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maribeth Kern spent her first two years of college playing at King University in Bristol TN, then she played one year at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. Now she in on the LU Sand Volleyball Team! She started playing volleyball for Central Academy Middle in the 7th grade. As a high school player, her James River High School team won the A state champiohship her junior year, and was named 1st team All-State. Maribeth was also named 1st Team All-Timesland in 2010 and 2011! She played 5 years of club vball with NRV Juniors. You can see Maribeth's skills tape here. You can contact Maribeth at email@example.com.
Hannah has played 3 years as an OH at Averett University. Each year she has been named 1st team All-Confernece. All three years, she's been one of the top three hitters in all of NCAA D3. She has been named Conference Player Of Th Year as a sophomore and a junior. Hannah is a 2014 graduate of Dan River High School, near Danville, Va. She played 6 years of school vball and 5 years of club vball. She played on Coach Houser's team in 2012 that attended Jr Nationals in Columbus Ohio! She was named 1st team all state her senior year at Dan River. You can see an article about her college feats here! You can contact Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Sam has completed three seasons on the volleyball team at UVa-Wise! Sam graduated from Roanoke Catholic School where she was a part of their 3-peat state division3 championship! During that season Sam was named 1st team all-conference and 2nd-team all state!! In the past 3 summers, Sam has helped with 13 STAR camps and in the 2015 summer helped prepare the Roanoke Catholic team for their fall season! She played club vball for 5 years in Roanoke, Va. You can reach Sam at SamEdge29@gmail.com
What was the difference between
High Expectations and College
A High Exp. camper needed to be at least:
* a rising 8th grader, with;
* three seasons of competitive ball.
A College Exp. camper needed to be at least:
* a rising freshman, with;
* five seasons of competitive ball.
(A "season" does not include an equal playing time middle school, 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!)