MVVC offers a variety of volleyball camps and clinics for boys and girls of all ages who wish to improve their skills. 

 

Please see below for current offerings and check back regularly for updated information. 

Camps
and Clinics
 
 
 
 

June 10, 2020

Girls Volleyball Day Camp, 5th - 8th Grade 

With MVVC Coach Lynn McHenry

This Three day camp is for 5th-8th grade girls interested in learning or developing their volleyball skills. Players will be grouped by ability and skill to develop strong fundamental skills such as ball control (passing/setting), serving, hitting, blocking & defense, and game play.

 

Featured Coach: Lynn McHenry
Over 15 years of coaching experience at the club, high school, and junior college levels.

As a player, helped St. Francis win three consecutive CCS and NorCal championships.

Junior Olympic Open Bronze Medalist. Setter and team captain at UC Berkeley.

Who:

5th to 8th grade girls

 

Dates:

June 10-12, 2020

 

Times:            

9am to 3:00pm

            

Cost:           

$390  (includes t-shirt)

June 15, 2020

Girls All-skills Camp, 5th - 6th Grade

This 5th - 6th grade girls camp is a great opportunity to develop and grow your volleyball skills. This camp is designed for experienced and beginner non club players. Our MVVC coaching staff will lead players through a series of fundamental drills working on passing, serving, setting and hitting.

Who:

5th to 6th grade girls

 

Dates:

June 15-18, 2020

 

Times:            

8:30am to 11:00am

            

Cost:           

$240  (includes t-shirt)

June 15, 2020

Girls Volleyball Skills Camp, 7th - 8th Grade

This four day camp is for 7th-8th grade girls interested in learning or further developing their volleyball skills. Players will be grouped by ability and skill emphasis will be on ball control (passing/setting), serving, attacking, blocking, defense, and game play.

Who:

7th to 8th grade girls

 

Dates:

June 15-18, 2020

 

Times:            

11:00am to 1:30pm

            

Cost:           

$240  (includes t-shirt)

June 15, 2020

Girls Advanced Volleyball Camp, 7th - 8th Grade

With Lynn McHenry

This camp is designed for 7th - 8th grade girls with one year of club or competitive experience. Players will be grouped by ability and skill emphasis will be on ball control (passing/setting), serving, attacking, blocking, defense, and game play.

Featured Coach: Lynn McHenry
Over 15 years of coaching experience at the club, high school, and junior college levels.

As a player, helped St. Francis win three consecutive CCS and NorCal championships.

Junior Olympic Open Bronze Medalist. Setter and team captain at UC Berkeley.

Who:

7th to 8th grade girls  (minimum 1 year of competitive volleyball experience)

 

Dates:

June 15-18, 2020

 

Times:            

1:30pm to 4:00pm

            

Cost:           

$240  (includes t-shirt)

June 22, 2020

Boys Middle School Volleyball Camp

This four day camp is open to 5th-8th grade boys interested in learning or further developing their volleyball skills. Players will be grouped by ability and skill emphasis will be on ball control (passing/setting), serving, attacking, blocking, defense, and game play.

Who:

5th-8th grade boys

Dates:

June 22-25, 2020

Times:            

11am - 1:30pm

           

Cost:           

$260  (includes t-shirt)

June 24, 2020

Boys Middle School Passing/ DS Clinic

This session will cover skill training in Passing and Defense, focused on developing the key fundamentals involved with defensive movements controlling the pass and dig. This camp is designed for players 5th-8th graders looking to improve their passing and defensive skills.

Who:

5th-8th grade boys of all levels

Dates:

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Times:            

2:00pm - 4:00pm

           

Cost:           

$75  (includes t-shirt)

June 22, 2020

Boys Middle School Attacking Clinic

with Todd Hollenbeck

This clinic you will learn to attack, block and to become more efficient in your footwork and arm swing. This will help you become a more proficient attacker and prepare you for the challenges of being a top position player. Practice key techniques in drills and in game situations that will help elevate your skill set.

Featured Coach: Todd Hollenbeck

Todd Hollenbeck is the current Head Men's Volleyball Coach at Menlo College.

Recently, he was the assistant coach of the USC Men's Volleyball Program from 2015-2018.

Prior to his role at USC, Coach Todd was the AVCA DIII National Coach of the Year (2015) while he was the Head Coach UC Santa Cruz from 2010-2015. He is also actively involved in the Boys High Performance and has 2 Gold Medals while coaching at the USA Volleyball High Performance Championships.

Who:

5th-8th grade boys

Dates:

Monday & Tuesday, June 22nd & 23rd, 2020

Times:            

2:00pm - 4:00pm

           

Cost:           

$150  (includes t-shirt)

June 25, 2020

Boys Middle School Serving Clinic

This Serving Clinic is focused on developing the key fundamentals involved with serving the 3 main types of serves: standing float serves, jump float serves, and jump top-spin serves. They will practice key techniques to individually focus and improve on their serving skills.

Who:

5th-8th grade boys of all levels

Dates:

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

Times:            

2:00pm - 4:00pm

           

Cost:           

$75  (includes t-shirt)

July 06, 2020

Futures Volleyball Camp, 1st - 4th Grade

MVVC Futures is a four day camp geared for beginner boys and girls players, 1st - 4th grade.  This camp will introduce and focus on the fundamentals of volleyball.  We lower the net and use volley-lites, and allow catching and throwing (simulating volleyball movements) for beginners to build confidence and keep the rallies going.  Players will learn how to warm up, pass, set, and serve the ball through many volleyball related games. Our emphasis is on building self-confidence and creating a love for the sport of volleyball through a fun and positive experience!

Who:

1st - 4th grade boys and girls interested in learning volleyball

 

Dates:

July 6-9, 2020

 

Times:            

12pm-2pm

            

Cost:           

$225  (includes t-shirt)

July 06, 2020

Girls Advanced Volleyball Skills Camp, 6th-8th Grade

With Olympian Kim Oden and Ruth Lawanson

​This 4-day camp is designed for 6th - 8th grade girls with one year of club or competitive experience. Players will be grouped by ability and skill emphasis will be on ball control (passing/setting), serving, attacking, blocking, defense, and game play.

Featured Coach: Kim Oden

The Stanford University graduate has been a pillar in the volleyball community for over 30 years. She has played at the high school, club, Junior National, NCAA Division 1, Olympic Games, International Professional Indoor and USA Professional Beach levels. Kim participated in two Olympic Games: the 1988 Seoul, Korea Olympic Games as well as in the 1992 Barcelona, Spain Olympic Games, at which the team won the Bronze medal. Following her playing career, Kim worked at four NCAA Division I institutions as an assistant women’s volleyball coach (Stanford University, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University.

Other Volleyball Achievements:

   2-Time Olympian (1988-participant and 1992-Bronze Medalist)

   3-Time NCAA Division I All American

   NCAA Division I “Player of the Decade”

   Assistant Coach for Stanford University, 2001 NCAA Division I Champion

   Head Coach for St. Francis High School, 2002 & 2003 California State Champions

   Assistant Coach of the USA Youth National Team, 2000

   Coach for the USA Volleyball High Performance Camp, 2011

   PAC-12 Television Network, volleyball analyst, 2012-2014

   Clinician at the USA Volleyball High Performance Coaches Clinic, 2016

   Teacher/Coach/Presenter at numerous coaching clinics and summer volleyball camps

 

Featured Coach: Ruth Lawanson

The Fresno State Graduae has been involved with volleyball for over 35 years as a player, coach and clinician. She has coached at University of Nevada, US Air Force Academy, Fresno State, Angelo State and Purdue University. In her career, she has helped coached 25 all-conference players, one all-region selection and an American Volleyball Coaches Association honorable-mention All-American. She has also helped mentor 90 academic all-conference student-athletes. A setter and hitter during her career she was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team that won the bronze medal in Barcelona. She spent four seasons with the U.S. National Team, playing on the 1991 World Cup squad that earned a bronze medal in Japan and the 1990 World Championships team that won a bronze medal in China. She was also honored with the national team's 1991 Judy Bellomo Players Award and won a gold medal with the 1992 U.S. Olympic Festival West Region team. 

 

Who:

6th to 8th grade girls with at least 1 year of club or competitive volleyball experience

 

Dates:

Monday - Thursday, July 6th - 9th, 2020

 

Times:            

9am to 11:30am

            

Cost:           

$260  (includes t-shirt)

July 06, 2020

Girls High School Attacking Clinics

WIth Olympian Ruth Lawanson and Kim Oden

This camp is designed for girls going into 9th-12th grade.

Come learn how to be more efficient in your footwork and arm swing. Learn tips that will help your game and improve your volleyball IQ. Practice the techniques in drills and in game situations that will help elevate your skill set. The clinic will help all level of hitters.

 

Featured Coach: Ruth Lawanson

The Fresno State Graduae has been involved with volleyball for over 35 years as a player, coach and clinician. She has coached at University of Nevada, US Air Force Academy, Fresno State, Angelo State and Purdue University. In her career, she has helped coached 25 all-conference players, one all-region selection and an American Volleyball Coaches Association honorable-mention All-American. She has also helped mentor 90 academic all-conference student-athletes. A setter and hitter during her career she was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team that won the bronze medal in Barcelona. She spent four seasons with the U.S. National Team, playing on the 1991 World Cup squad that earned a bronze medal in Japan and the 1990 World Championships team that won a bronze medal in China. She was also honored with the national team's 1991 Judy Bellomo Players Award and won a gold medal with the 1992 U.S. Olympic Festival West Region team. 

 

Featured Coach: Kim Oden

The Stanford University graduate has been a pillar in the volleyball community for over 30 years. She has played at the high school, club, Junior National, NCAA Division 1, Olympic Games, International Professional Indoor and USA Professional Beach levels. Kim participated in two Olympic Games: the 1988 Seoul, Korea Olympic Games as well as in the 1992 Barcelona, Spain Olympic Games, at which the team won the Bronze medal. Following her playing career, Kim worked at four NCAA Division I institutions as an assistant women’s volleyball coach (Stanford University, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University.

Other Volleyball Achievements:

   2-Time Olympian (1988-participant and 1992-Bronze Medalist)

   3-Time NCAA Division I All American

   NCAA Division I “Player of the Decade”

   Assistant Coach for Stanford University, 2001 NCAA Division I Champion

   Head Coach for St. Francis High School, 2002 & 2003 California State Champions

   Assistant Coach of the USA Youth National Team, 2000

   Coach for the USA Volleyball High Performance Camp, 2011

   PAC-12 Television Network, volleyball analyst, 2012-2014

   Clinician at the USA Volleyball High Performance Coaches Clinic, 2016

   Teacher/Coach/Presenter at numerous coaching clinics and summer volleyball camps

Who:

9th to 12th grade girls, Outside Hitters & Opposites

 

Dates:

Monday & Tuesday, July 6th & 7th, 2020

 

Times:            

3:00pm to 5:30pm

            

Cost:           

$190  (includes t-shirt)

July 07, 2020

Girls Middle School Attacking Clinics

WIth Olympian Ruth Lawanson and Kim Oden

This clinic is for attacking, blocking and to become more efficient in your footwork and arm swing. Learn tips that will help your game and improve your volleyball IQ. Practice the techniques in drills and in game situations that will help elevate your skill set. The clinic will help all level of hitters.

 

Featured Coach: Ruth Lawanson

The Fresno State Graduate has been involved with volleyball for over 35 years as a player, coach and clinician. She has coached at University of Nevada, US Air Force Academy, Fresno State, Angelo State and Purdue University. In her career, she has helped coached 25 all-conference players, one all-region selection and an American Volleyball Coaches Association honorable-mention All-American. She has also helped mentor 90 academic all-conference student-athletes. A setter and hitter during her career she was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team that won the bronze medal in Barcelona. She spent four seasons with the U.S. National Team, playing on the 1991 World Cup squad that earned a bronze medal in Japan and the 1990 World Championships team that won a bronze medal in China. She was also honored with the national team's 1991 Judy Bellomo Players Award and won a gold medal with the 1992 U.S. Olympic Festival West Region team. 

 

Featured Coach: Kim Oden

The Stanford University graduate has been a pillar in the volleyball community for over 30 years. She has played at the high school, club, Junior National, NCAA Division 1, Olympic Games, International Professional Indoor and USA Professional Beach levels. Kim participated in two Olympic Games: the 1988 Seoul, Korea Olympic Games as well as in the 1992 Barcelona, Spain Olympic Games, at which the team won the Bronze medal. Following her playing career, Kim worked at four NCAA Division I institutions as an assistant women’s volleyball coach (Stanford University, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University.

Other Volleyball Achievements:

   2-Time Olympian (1988-participant and 1992-Bronze Medalist)

   3-Time NCAA Division I All American

   NCAA Division I “Player of the Decade”

   Assistant Coach for Stanford University, 2001 NCAA Division I Champion

   Head Coach for St. Francis High School, 2002 & 2003 California State Champions

   Assistant Coach of the USA Youth National Team, 2000

   Coach for the USA Volleyball High Performance Camp, 2011

   PAC-12 Television Network, volleyball analyst, 2012-2014

   Clinician at the USA Volleyball High Performance Coaches Clinic, 2016

   Teacher/Coach/Presenter at numerous coaching clinics and summer volleyball camps

Who:

5th to 8th grade girls.

 

Dates:

Tuesday & Thursday, July 7th & 9th, 2020

 

Times:            

6:00pm to 8:00pm

            

Cost:           

$175  (includes t-shirt)

July 07, 2020

Girls High School Setting Clinics, 9th to 12th Grade

With Olympian Ruth Lawanson & Kim Oden

This 2-day clinic will be focusing on the details of hand placement, footwork, and posture. This Setter Clinic will combine with our Attacking and Middles Clinic sessions to practice live situations and the setter-hitter connection.

Featured Coach: Ruth Lawanson

The Fresno State Graduae has been involved with volleyball for over 35 years as a player, coach and clinician. She has coached at University of Nevada, US Air Force Academy, Fresno State, Angelo State and Purdue University. In her career, she has helped coached 25 all-conference players, one all-region selection and an American Volleyball Coaches Association honorable-mention All-American. She has also helped mentor 90 academic all-conference student-athletes. A setter and hitter during her career she was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team that won the bronze medal in Barcelona. She spent four seasons with the U.S. National Team, playing on the 1991 World Cup squad that earned a bronze medal in Japan and the 1990 World Championships team that won a bronze medal in China. She was also honored with the national team's 1991 Judy Bellomo Players Award and won a gold medal with the 1992 U.S. Olympic Festival West Region team. 

Featured Coach: Kim Oden

The Stanford University graduate has been a pillar in the volleyball community for over 30 years. She has played at the high school, club, Junior National, NCAA Division 1, Olympic Games, International Professional Indoor and USA Professional Beach levels. Kim participated in two Olympic Games: the 1988 Seoul, Korea Olympic Games as well as in the 1992 Barcelona, Spain Olympic Games, at which the team won the Bronze medal. Following her playing career, Kim worked at four NCAA Division I institutions as an assistant women’s volleyball coach (Stanford University, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University.

Other Volleyball Achievements:

   2-Time Olympian (1988-participant and 1992-Bronze Medalist)

   3-Time NCAA Division I All American

   NCAA Division I “Player of the Decade”

   Assistant Coach for Stanford University, 2001 NCAA Division I Champion

   Head Coach for St. Francis High School, 2002 & 2003 California State Champions

   Assistant Coach of the USA Youth National Team, 2000

   Coach for the USA Volleyball High Performance Camp, 2011

   PAC-12 Television Network, volleyball analyst, 2012-2014

   Clinician at the USA Volleyball High Performance Coaches Clinic, 2016

   Teacher/Coach/Presenter at numerous coaching clinics and summer volleyball camps

Who:

9th to 12th grade girls with any level of experience

 

Dates:

Tuesday & Wednesday, July 7th & 8th, 2020

 

Times:            

3:00pm-5:30pm

            

Cost:           

$190  (includes t-shirt)

July 08, 2020

Girls High School Middle Hitters Clinics, 9th to 12th Grade

With Olympian Ruth Lawanson & Kim Oden

This clinic will be focusing on the skills of the middle hitter position with an emphasis on quick attacking, footwork, and blocking form.

Featured Coach: Ruth Lawanson

The Fresno State Graduae has been involved with volleyball for over 35 years as a player, coach and clinician. She has coached at University of Nevada, US Air Force Academy, Fresno State, Angelo State and Purdue University. In her career, she has helped coached 25 all-conference players, one all-region selection and an American Volleyball Coaches Association honorable-mention All-American. She has also helped mentor 90 academic all-conference student-athletes. A setter and hitter during her career she was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team that won the bronze medal in Barcelona. She spent four seasons with the U.S. National Team, playing on the 1991 World Cup squad that earned a bronze medal in Japan and the 1990 World Championships team that won a bronze medal in China. She was also honored with the national team's 1991 Judy Bellomo Players Award and won a gold medal with the 1992 U.S. Olympic Festival West Region team. 

Featured Coach: Kim Oden

The Stanford University graduate has been a pillar in the volleyball community for over 30 years. She has played at the high school, club, Junior National, NCAA Division 1, Olympic Games, International Professional Indoor and USA Professional Beach levels. Kim participated in two Olympic Games: the 1988 Seoul, Korea Olympic Games as well as in the 1992 Barcelona, Spain Olympic Games, at which the team won the Bronze medal. Following her playing career, Kim worked at four NCAA Division I institutions as an assistant women’s volleyball coach (Stanford University, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University.

Other Volleyball Achievements:

   2-Time Olympian (1988-participant and 1992-Bronze Medalist)

   3-Time NCAA Division I All American

   NCAA Division I “Player of the Decade”

   Assistant Coach for Stanford University, 2001 NCAA Division I Champion

   Head Coach for St. Francis High School, 2002 & 2003 California State Champions

   Assistant Coach of the USA Youth National Team, 2000

   Coach for the USA Volleyball High Performance Camp, 2011

   PAC-12 Television Network, volleyball analyst, 2012-2014

   Clinician at the USA Volleyball High Performance Coaches Clinic, 2016

   Teacher/Coach/Presenter at numerous coaching clinics and summer volleyball camps

Who:

9th to 12th grade girls with any level of experience

 

Dates:

Wednesday July 8th, 2020

 

Times:            

3:00pm-5:30pm

            

Cost:           

$95  (includes t-shirt)

July 09, 2020

Girls High School Passing/DS Clinics, 9th to 12th Grade

With Olympian Ruth Lawanson & Kim Oden

This clinic will focus on Passing and Defensive Specialist. The emphasis will be on passing form, footwork, and positioning.

Featured Coach: Ruth Lawanson

The Fresno State Graduae has been involved with volleyball for over 35 years as a player, coach and clinician. She has coached at University of Nevada, US Air Force Academy, Fresno State, Angelo State and Purdue University. In her career, she has helped coached 25 all-conference players, one all-region selection and an American Volleyball Coaches Association honorable-mention All-American. She has also helped mentor 90 academic all-conference student-athletes. A setter and hitter during her career she was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team that won the bronze medal in Barcelona. She spent four seasons with the U.S. National Team, playing on the 1991 World Cup squad that earned a bronze medal in Japan and the 1990 World Championships team that won a bronze medal in China. She was also honored with the national team's 1991 Judy Bellomo Players Award and won a gold medal with the 1992 U.S. Olympic Festival West Region team. 

Featured Coach: Kim Oden

The Stanford University graduate has been a pillar in the volleyball community for over 30 years. She has played at the high school, club, Junior National, NCAA Division 1, Olympic Games, International Professional Indoor and USA Professional Beach levels. Kim participated in two Olympic Games: the 1988 Seoul, Korea Olympic Games as well as in the 1992 Barcelona, Spain Olympic Games, at which the team won the Bronze medal. Following her playing career, Kim worked at four NCAA Division I institutions as an assistant women’s volleyball coach (Stanford University, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University.

Other Volleyball Achievements:

   2-Time Olympian (1988-participant and 1992-Bronze Medalist)

   3-Time NCAA Division I All American

   NCAA Division I “Player of the Decade”

   Assistant Coach for Stanford University, 2001 NCAA Division I Champion

   Head Coach for St. Francis High School, 2002 & 2003 California State Champions

   Assistant Coach of the USA Youth National Team, 2000

   Coach for the USA Volleyball High Performance Camp, 2011

   PAC-12 Television Network, volleyball analyst, 2012-2014

   Clinician at the USA Volleyball High Performance Coaches Clinic, 2016

   Teacher/Coach/Presenter at numerous coaching clinics and summer volleyball camps

Who:

9th to 12th grade girls with any level of experience

 

Dates:

Wednesday July 9th, 2020

 

Times:            

3:00pm-5:30pm

            

Cost:           

$95  (includes t-shirt)

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