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Loyola Marymount University
2014 Camp Dates Have Been Announced!
Overnight/Commuter Camp - July 18-20
Youth Skills Day Camp - June 16-20 & July 21-25
Welcome to LMU Women’s Volleyball Camps. Over the past years we have enjoyed working with women of all levels that attend our camps. Whether they are just beginning to learn the game or striving to get to the next level of competition our camp curriculum is designed to give each player the tools necessary to reach their maximum potential.
Loyola Marymount University head coach Tom Black is committed to helping you become a better volleyball player. He, along with an outstanding staff of assistant coaches and current players will strive to make your camp experience with LMU Volleyball worthwhile. We believe in training each player in all phases of the game, while providing advanced instruction for players within their position. Our goal is to have you take your game to another level and learn more about preparing yourself to be the best player you can be.
With so many camp choices we are pleased that you have chosen to experience all that LMU Volleyball Camps can offer you.
2013 WCC Defensive Player of the Year - Betsi Metter
2013 WCC First Team - Kathleen Luft
2013 WCC First Team - Litara Keil
2012 NCAA Tournament Appearance
2012 Co-WCC Defensive Player of the Year - Betsi Metter
2012 All-West Coast Conference First Team - Kathleen Luft
2012 All-West Coast Conference Honorable Mention - Betsi Metter & Litara Keil
2012 All-West Coast Conference Freshman Team - Hannah Tedrow
Enters his fifth year as Head Coach at LMU
Named Assistant Coach with the U.S.A Women's National Team U.S.A Women's National Team (2013-2016)
Enters her third year as Assistant Coach at LMU
Four-year Letter Winner for the University of California Berkeley
University of California Berkeley
2010 National Runner-Up
2010 Pac-10 Champions
Enters his second year as Assistant Coach at LMU
Two-Time U.S. Olympic Team Assistant Coach
U.S.A. Men's National Team (2005-2012)
Olympic Gold Medalist (2008)
Recently completed his 17th Year as an NCAA Head Coach