Jan. 18, 2016
By Russell Dorn
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Under the watchful eye of national championship winning head coach Jim McLaughlin, the University of Notre Dame volleyball program is set to offer three camps this July.
The program will host two skills camps and a high school team camp.
Irish volleyball camps are designed for players with all skill levels and allow each camper to receive personal individual instruction from a top-notch coaching staff and high-level collegiate student-athletes.
Campers will learn specific offensive and defensive systems, receive instruction on new techniques and make new friends while getting a chance to check out one of the most beautiful campuses in the country.
Heading up each camp is McLaughlin, who is known across the country as one of the sport’s brightest minds. The only coach in NCAA history to win national championships in both men’s and women’s volleyball, McLaughlin has developed All-Americans at every position while also pushing each student-athlete to leave college with a degree.
Dates, ages and prices for each camp are listed below.
2016 Dates and Prices:
– Volleyball Skills Camp 1 (Grades 9-12 as of Fall 2016) – July 12-14 — Boarder: $375 / Non-Boarder: $315
– Volleyball High School Team Camp – July 15-17 — Boarder: $355 / Non-Boarder: $315
– Volleyball Skills Camp 2 (Grades 6-9 as of Fall 2016) – July 18-20 — Boarder: $375 / Non-Boarder: $315
*Prices listed are a base fee; processing fees will be applied when registering
For more information on the Irish, follow the team on Facebook (/NDVolleyball), Twitter (@NDVolleyball), Instagram (NDVBall) and Snapchat (NDVolleyball). Irish camp information can be found at ndvbcamps.com or by emailing email@example.com.
Russell Dorn, athletics communications assistant director at the University of Notre Dame, has been part of the Fighting Irish athletics communications team since 2011 and coordinates all media efforts for the Notre Dame volleyball, rowing and baseball programs. A native of Greenwood, South Carolina, Dorn graduated from Furman University in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in history before earning his master’s degree in sports communications from Georgia State University in 2011.