2015 INDIVIDUAL VOLLEYBALL OVERNIGHT CAMP
Sunday, July 19- Thursday, July 23
To Be The Best,
Learn From The Best
Come learn from five time America East Coach of the Year, Jill Hirschinger, hosting her 16th annual summer volleyball camp. Hirschinger will be assisted by other collegiate coaches and players. Coach Hirschinger has spent over 30 years in volleyball summer camp instruction. As the Camp Director, she will teach and guide players toward success, as she did in 2002, 2003, 2013 and 2014 leading the Wildcat Volleyball program to America East Champions. Participants will learn all aspects of the game from individual skills to team performance. Hirschinger's experience and knowledge makes the camp one of the premier camps on the East Coast.
The camp will take place at the scenic University of New Hampshire campus. The University is located in Durham, New Hampshire, a 10 minute drive to the ocean and 45 minutes from the mountains.
Campers will be housed in campus
dormitories and served nutritious meals.
All activities will be supervised by camp counselors.
The Camps are open to girls ages 12
to 18. Players will be divided into groups to
match their own skill level, age, or experience.
Plan includes a camp volleyball, t-shirt, water bottle, instruction,
supervised recreation, room, board, and awards. Room includes four nights lodging
in a UNH dormitory. Meals start with breakfast Monday and end with lunch on Thursday.
Plan includes instruction, three lunches, three dinners, a camp volleyball (limit first 100),
t-shirt, water bottle, and awards.
Please contact Stacy Barnett at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to get put on a waiting list.
You can register online by
clicking the link below. You can pay online by credit card or
A $200 deposit or full payment is due upon registration.
All balances are due by June 12th.
We would prefer that you register
online, but if you wish to register by mail click on the link
below to download a paper registration. A deposit or full payment is due upon registration.
Because of the rigorous dialy
schedule, each camper should arrive at camp in top physical
Every effort will be made to protect the camper's health and safety. A certified Athletic Trainer will be on duty
at all times. The University's health center is available. A hospital is nearby and readily accessible. Every camper
will be covered by a limited accident insurance policy. However, the University of New Hampshire Volleyball Camp
and camp staff assume no responsibility for accidents or illness.
If you have questions
regarding payments or waivers, please contact:
For refunds and specific
camp questions, please contact:
Transportation for those campers
flying in for camp (BOS or MHT airports only) may be
provided IF CLEARED WELL IN ADVANCE WITH UNH VOLLEYBALL STAFF.
Children of UNH Volleyball Alumnae may attend camp free of charge.
The University of New Hampshire seeks to create a welcoming and inclusive youth program experience for all participants. Reasonable accommodation, consistent with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended, Section 504 and applicable state law, may be requested to support participation of individuals with disabilities in youth camps and other youth activities. If an accommodation is needed for any reason, please contact Cathy Leach, Summer Youth Programs, 603-862-3266 (phone); TTY Users: 7-1-1 (Relay NH); or email@example.com. Accommodation request determinations are made on a case by case basis. Accommodation requests should be made at the time of registration, or as soon as possible thereafter to allow sufficient time for consideration and implementation.
A refund minus a
$50 administrative fee is given when requested in
writing by May 1, 2015.
After the May 4th refund deadline and any date prior to the start of camp, a refund minus a $100 administrative
fee will be issued only upon written receipt of a medical excuse signed by a physician and accompanied by the
refund request from a parent/guardian.
For refund questions and inquiries
please contact Stacy Barnett at
|7:00-9:00pm||Skills test and scrimmage, divide into groups|
|9:00-9:30am||Warm-up, stretching, agility drills|
|9:30-11:30am||Individual skill instruction|
|Thursday||9:00-11:15am||Warm-up and Tournament*|
*The tournament and awards are open to parents and family members who wish to attend.
Parking for drop off and pick up
will be available for free. Anyone wishing to stay longer
required to purchase a day parking pass or feed the parking meters. This includes Thursday's schedule of
Tournament and Awards. Day parking passes can be purchased at Parking Services. Parking Services is located
across the street from the Field House next to Lot A.
Assistant Camp Director
|Jerry Azumah Performance Center
Olympic and Dumbbell weights, Power lift
Platform Stations, Hammer Strength Machines
|Philbrook Dining Hall
Philbrook Hall, located near "The Timbers" offers an Allergen-Friendly station, the Mongolian Grill, all-day breakfast, and toasted subs made to order.Choose a made-to-order omelet, a slice of pizza, or a Cuban sandwich. At the Mongolian Grill, select your
favorite ingredients and watch our chefs fire it up before your eyes. And as always we offer a full salad bar as well as vegan and vegetarian items.
The University of New Hampshire is
located in Durham, a small semi-rural town
15 minutes away from the Atlantic seacoast. UNH is equidistant (80 minutes) from metropolitan
Boston, MA and the White Mountains in New Hampshire.