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Girls Volleyball Setter/Defensive Specialist Day Camp

July  23, 2016  9:00 AM  - 4:00 PMevine Center/Curry Arena at Queens University of Charlotte 1900 Selwyn Ave Charlotte, North Carolina 28274

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Cost: $100 per person.

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Contact Information

Coach Lettie Wilkes
Phone:
704-688-2808
Email:
royalsvolleyballcamps@queens.edu

Event Details

This one day clinic is designed for girls of all skills levels from beginner to advanced who are looking to maximize their abilities in the setting or defensive specialist areas. Players will learn how to improve their technique tactical skills within the position in which they want to grow. Campers bring their own bag lunch.

Ages: 14-17, entering grades 9-12.

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