The Plainswomen volleyball team completed another successful summer camp season. Throughout an entire week, a total of 90 campers attended and worked on their passing, setting, and attacking skills. Additionally, the team camp had a great turn out with
Plainswomen Head Volleyball Coach, Jessica Squier commented, "We were excited for the turnout throughout each of the camps. The girls who came and participated got better throughout each day and will help their home teams tremendously."
The camps consisted of a setters segment, an outside and middle hitters segment, a serving segment, and many others. Campers were able to get individual attention from the coaches and current Plainswomen to ensure that they were perfecting each skill.
The team camp took place throughout several weeks in June where teams from junior high through high school competed against other local teams to help keep not only their skills sharp, but keep their team cohesiveness working together before their fall seasons begin.
"We are always excited to share our knowledge of the game with individuals wanting to learn. It's a pleasure to work with younger players who are working to better themselves. At the end of the week we are always tired but we are also ecstatic with the amount of girls we got to know and provide an environment to learn volleyball," added Squier.
There will still be one more clinic but it will be for coaches, which will take place August 12. If you are interested in gaining knowledge, click **HERE* * to register for the clinic.