Date: Friday, February 14, 2020
Where: Kansas City Convention Center
Cost: $175 per player
Camps are open to any/all players: 14u-18u year olds
Jill Kramer - TCU
Sally Polhamus - Georgia State
Sara Matthews - Delaware
Erin Lindsey - Santa Clara
~ Players will receive instruction from all four coaches during the hour and half session ~
12 Spots Left (Only 32 in this session)
2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
TCU Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Chris Del Conte announced the hiring of Jill Kramer as Director of Volleyball on December 29, 2014. Kramer became the third head coach in the history of the volleyball program.
Kramer, the first scholarship volleyball student-athlete in the history of TCU who still holds the school records in kills, kills per set and total attacks, returns as a Horned Frog after serving as head coach at West Virginia the past five seasons.
Sally Polhamus was announced as the Georgia State head volleyball coach on December 20, 2013.
In her first year, Polhamus led GSU its first postseason bid since 2011. Georgia State won twice as many conference matches as the previous season and also excelled in the classroom, receiving the AVCA Academic Award for the first time in four five years. Polhamus coached two all-conference players in 2015 as Deidra Bohannon and Eliza Zachary were named to the first and second All-Sun Belt teams, respectively.
Sara Matthews, a rising star in the collegiate coaching ranks who has earned the reputation as one of the nation’s top recruiters, will enter her third season as the University of Delaware volleyball head coach in 2019.
Matthews, a standout player at James Madison and Kansas, served the last two seasons as an assistant coach at TCU and has also previously served on the staffs at USC and West Virginia.
Coming off earning an NCAA championship, Erin Lindsey is in her first year as head volleyball coach at Santa Clara.
Lindsey spent the last two seasons as an assistant with Stanford which won its eighth NCAA title in December.
She is the 10th head coach for a program that dates back to 1963 and enters her second stint as a head coach after leading Dartmouth from 2011 to 2015.