Bethany, W.Va. - Bethany College and 13th year Head Coach Courtney Kline will host an All Skills Training Camp on Saturday, July 27 beginning at 10 a.m. inside Hummel Field House.
The All Skills Training Camp will be led by Coach Kline and members of the Bison volleyball team. The 10 a.m – 12 p.m. all skills session is open to all players entering grades 1-9. Session two is open for all players entering grades 7-9 and will focus on defense and specialty positions. Athletes in grades 7-9 are permitted to participate in both sessions.
Players may register online in the link below. All sessions are $30 per session or $50 for both.
On Sunday, July 28, Coach Kline and members of the Bison volleyball team will host a Prospect Camp beginning at 10 a.m. inside Hummel Field House.
The Prospect Camp is open to players entering grades 10-12, who want to improve their skills and learn more about college level volleyball.
Coach Kline and members of the Bison volleyball team will lead the camp over the course of the day and will include a campus tour in between sessions.
Players interested in participating in the Prospect Camp can reserve a space by filling out the registration form in the link below. The Prospect Camp is $40 and includes lunch.
Parents may either fill out the Registration Forms 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. The Bison added another PAC Tournament win to their belt last season defeating top seeded Westminster 3-0 in the Championship. The green and white fell to Christopher Newport in the first round of the NCAA. Coach Kline enters her 13th season with a record of 271-157 (.633) and a 134-65 (.664) mark in conference play and has guided the Bison to nine-straight seasons with 20 wins or more.