BETHANY, W.Va. (July 10) - Bethany College and 12th year Head Coach Courtney Kline will host its annual Volleyball Skills Clinic on Saturday, July 28 beginning at 10 a.m. inside the Hummel Field House.
Coach Kline and members of the Bison volleyball team will lead the three training clinics over the course of the day. The first clinic is an all skills session for players in grades 1-8 and will run from 10 a.m until noon. The second clinic will focus on setters and outside hitters in grades 7-12, while the final session will focus on defense and middle hitters.
Players may register for up to three sessions and choose the sessions for their specific position. All sessions are $30, but players who attend more than one session will receive a $5 discount on each session. For teams of six or more players attending, please contact Coach Kline for a team discount.
"It is time to get ready for the upcoming school season," said Kline. "These clinics are a great opportunity for players to tune up their skills for the fall season."
Parents may either fill out the Summer Skills Clinic Registration Form and mail in their dues ahead of time, or register online and pay in person on the day of the event.
Courtney Kline is the all-time winningest coach in school history. She has taken the Bison to new heights during her tenure, including the program's first-ever PAC Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament berth in 2016. She enters the 2018 season with a record of 250-147 (.629) and a 122-62 (.664) mark in conference play and has guided the Bison to eight-straight seasons with 20 wins or more.