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Announcing the 32nd Annual Dearing Volleyball summer camp dates…

Springfield Elite Camp (Commuter/Overnight)
Friday, July 10 to Sunday, July 12 at Springfield College

News Flash (March 1, 2015)   Now with two Commuter Camp options for 2015

Click for the 2015 Brochure!  Submit application by mail or email….

Payment Options:  Pay by CHECK or Pay Here – ONLINE

Springfield Elite Camp featuring Co-Director, Moira Long

Both Overnight & Commuter options for Girls who have completed Grades 8 – 12 (including graduated high school seniors).
Prerequisite for attendance – highly recommended that you have completed two competitive seasons (high school or club level).

The camp features the  “specialty format” – You will train in your specialized court position:  Setter, Middle Blocker, Libero / Defensive Specialist, Outside Hitter, Opposite    

The first half of camp – the focus is on technical training in your specialized position – much like the training that occurs in college / university settings.
The second half of camp – the focus is on tactical training – 6 v 6 where you are coached in that same specialized position during a wide variety of competitive experiences.

“Elite” – expect to be challenged, expect a high level of competition, expect us to help you take your game to the next level !
Dearing Volleyball School – 31 years of proven success


Coach Dearing will be directing Commuter Camps at two new locations
LEARN, IMPROVE, ACHIEVE
Commuter Camp # 1 – Wed, June 24 – Sat, June 27 at Valley Sports Center (Canton, CT)
9 to 3:30 PM Daily Register directly with Valley Sports Center at
http://www.valleysportscenter.com/content/vsc-volleyball-camp-joel-dearing

Commuter Camp # 2 – Tues, July 14 – Fri, July 17 at Springfield JCC
9 to 1 PM Daily Register directly with the SJCC at

http://www.springfieldjcc.org/Data/camps/summercamp/jcccampdocumentsbr/jccsummercampsbroc/jcc_campform_2015_web.pdf

             COMMUTER CAMPS – Learn, Improve, Achieve

1) development of the fundamental volleyball skills:  Serving, Passing, Setting, Attacking, Blocking and Digging
2) developing an understanding of the basic offensive and defensive systems of the game
3)  recognizing the keys to success in the transition phases of the game – moving from offense to defense and from defense to offense