By: Molly Johnson, sports information student assistant
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – The Georgia College volleyball program and head coach Gretchen Krumdieck are set to host their Bobcat Volleyball High School Overnight Camp July 25-27. Coach Krumdieck, fresh off the first season in Bobcat Volleyball history, will use her experience to spread the love of the game of volleyball to local youth.
The three-day camp for ages 14-18 will run from Friday to Sunday, with sessions extending into the evening and closing at noon on the final day.
Groups will be divided at camp based on age and skill level. At GC Volleyball Camp, campers will develop their skills in a fun and challenging environment. This camp is focused on fundamentals and developing a love for the game of Volleyball. Whether learning the sport as a beginner or improving current skills, this camp will offer an outstanding opportunity to train at the speed of each participant.
The cost is $250. For more information or to register, visit http://summercamps.gcsu.edu/summer-camps or call the athletic department main office at (478) 445-6341.
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