Montevallo volleyball to host All Skills Camp June 6-8


MONTEVALLO – The University of Montevallo volleyball team will host an All Skills Camp on June 6-8 for youth volleyball players in grades 6-12.

The camp will be under the direction of Montevallo head volleyball coach Katie O’Brien and assistant coach Sean Clemmensen and will feature instruction from current and former players, as well as other collegiate and club coaches from around the area.

The camp will offer a day camp for both male and female players with lunch and dinner included. Regular registration is $215 with a $100 deposit.

Registration forms can be downloaded at Please contact Clemmensen with any questions about the camp by e-mail at Clemmensen@montevallo.eduor by phone at (205) 665-6592.

The camp will also feature a full three-day, two-night camp for female players with breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Early bird registration before May 1 is $260, with regular registration $285. The camp also requires a $100 deposit.

Regular registration costs and deposits are due by May 25.

The camp, which features six instructional sessions, will begin with registration Thursday, June 6 from noon-1 p.m. The main playing facility will be the state of the art McChesney Student Activity Center (SAC) located on the University of Montevallo campus. Other facilities utilized on campus may include Myrick Gymnasium.

Campers will be staying in a supervised campus dormitory. There is a $66 fee for all lost dorm keys. Breakfast, which will include a variety of options, will be served in the dorm. Lunch and dinner will be served at the University of Montevallo cafeteria, which offers an all-you-can-eat dining style.

O’Brien and her coaching staff will provide an energetic and active camp for young players who are dedicated to developing the skills necessary to play volleyball.

O’Brien is entering her sixth season at the helm of the Montevallo volleyball program. In 2010, O’Brien led her team to the NCAA Division II Tournament for the first time in 10 years, where the Falcons finished among the top 32 teams in the nation. O’Brien has developed tremendous athletes during her coaching reign and continually progresses Montevallo to be one of the premier programs in the nation.