Peak Volleyball Camps in Truckee, Tahoe City and Reno this summer
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Peak Volleyball announces an ideal combination of a staff with extensive college coaching experience and three locations this summer for volleyball camps. Sites include Donner Lake West End Beach in Truckee, North Tahoe High School in Tahoe City, and the South Reno Athletic Club in Reno, Nev. Pre-registration for all three camps is currently open to girls and boys in fifth-12th grade of all experience levels on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The July 9-11 Peak Volleyball Camp at West End Beach offers skills training, game scenarios and competitions. The program is located at the lake-front beach, and will have grass and sand volleyball courts, and time for water activities too. The ultimate summer experience at the lake with expert training. Sessions are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily. Registration fee is $199.
The July 13-15 volleyball camps at North Tahoe High School offer three distinct programs. The Peak Volleyball Camp is the fundamental skills camp with great skills training, game scenarios and competitions. The Advanced Position Volleyball Camp has position specific training for setters, middle blockers, outside/rightside, and liberos. The Team Retreat Camp is the ultimate team camp with skills training, team systems, team building, and competitions open to varsity, junior varsity, freshmen, and middle school teams. All sessions are offered for commuters or overnight participation with supervised dorms, meals, pool party and socials at the beautiful Granlibakken Lodge. Sessions run from Friday at 4:30 p.m. to Sunday at 3 p.m. Registration fees are $249 for commuters which includes lunches, or $399 for overnight participants which includes two nights of dorms and all meals.
The July 17-19 volleyball camp at South Reno Athletic Club offer both the Peak Volleyball Camp and the Advanced Position Volleyball Camp options. Parents get a bonus complimentary three-day membership to the South Reno Athletic Club to utilize during the camp. Sessions are 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. each day. Registration fee is $199.
Camp Director and Head Technical Coach Mike Welch has 17 years experience and 267 career wins as an NCAA Division I and II college head volleyball. He led college teams to six nationally ranked seasons, five conference championships, and four NCAA Tournament bids. Welch was the head coach at Idaho State University, University of North Florida, and at Morehead State University. Additionally, Welch has twice led the USA Youth National Team as the Head Coach, and has coached five years in the USA National Team development program. He has coached players who have become a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Olympic Best Scorer and Silver Medalist, numerous National-Players-of-the-Year and college All-American honorees.
Welch says, and#8220;I am excited to share these volleyball experiences with our community. The sessions are an opportunity to receive expert training and enjoy a highly energetic positive environment. Our events are fun, fast paced, and focused on helping each player achieve their personal best.and#8221;
For information and to register visit http://www.PeakVolleyball.com, e-mail Mike@PeakVolleyball.com or call 530-448-0519. Save $50 when registering for two camps, or save $148 when registering for all three camps. Space is limited.
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