Elite Skills Camp
July 24-26, 2024
Our Elite Skills Camp gives athletes a taste of what it’s like to train and compete as a Baylor Bear. This fast-paced camp is designed to build on fundamental skills and help athletes get ready for upcoming school or club volleyball tryouts. Sessions will be led by the Baylor Coaching staff and run in the style and using the same drills and techniques used to train the Baylor Volleyball team. Players will experience the speed, excitement, competition, and style of a college practice….and the FUN! This three-day camp is open to incoming 7th-12th graders and is ideal for athletes with two or more seasons of school or club volleyball experience. New to volleyball? We have something for everyone, check out our All Skills or Position Camp!
Elite plus Experience: Come for the Elite and stay an extra night in the dorms for the July 27th Experience camp!
Early Resident Arrival: Check-in is from 6-7:00pm the day before camp at the dorms (TBD). No dinner will be served this night, so make sure you eat before you come.
Commuter: Stay at home or hotel and just come to camp for the day. Pick up will be at the Ferrell Center (or other gym depending). All commuters receive lunch and dinner. Commuters are responsible for their own lodging arrangements.
All practice and competition sessions will be held in the athletic facilities on the Baylor University campus. We will use the Ferrell Center and if space is needed, also Marrs McLean Gym, and the SLC.
What To Bring
→ Clothes for gym sessions (spandex or shorts, t-shirts, knee pads, socks, court shoes…)
→ Clothes for dorms (sweats, PJs, comfy clothes)
→ Additional shoes to wear from gym to dorm, café
→ Bedding (twin size sheets and blanket or sleeping bag, pillow)
→ Toiletries (Bath towel, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste…etc.)
→ Alarm clock (either phone or clock) *NOTE…Baylor does not permit students to have WIFI while on campus.
→ Spending $$ for camp store, Baylor bookstore…etc. (optional)
For Camp questions and more information, please read our FAQ section or contact Nicole O'Banon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 254-218-4003.
Per NCAA Bylaw 184.108.40.206 An institution’s sports camp or clinic shall be open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.