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Univ. of Providence - Volleyball

Outdoor Grass Camp

Location Great Falls, MT
Event Date(s) Aug 1, 2020 to Aug 2, 2020
Grades 6th to 12th
This event has been canceled.

Event Description

Outdoor Grass Camp

August 1st & 2nd, 2020
Grades: 6th - 12th
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $75

ALL CAMPERS WILL RECEIVE A COMPLIMENTARY VOLLEYBALL CAMP T-SHIRT!

INFORMATION or QUESTIONS

Contact Coach Arunas Duda

(406) 791-5922 or

email @ arunas.duda@uprovidence.edu

The Argo Outdoor Grass camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of outdoor skills and how to benefit from transferring them to the indoor game.  Day one is spent teaching a lot of skills and incorporating them into drills while day two is a lot of fun doubles and four vs four games that prepare you for the end of camp tournament!!!

Camp Director: Arunas Duda

Coach Duda is in his 16th year as the Head Volleyball Coach and has developed the Argos into one of the nation’s elite teams. Last season, the Argos won the Frontier Conference Tournament Championship and advanced to the National Tournament for the first time in program history.  The Argos were ranked as high as #17 in the country and won the prestigious Champions of Character Award at the National Tournament for their high character.  Along with that, Coach Duda’s Argo Volleyball teams have won 2 conference championships and he has twice been named the Frontier Conference Coach of the Year. Coach Duda has over 20 years of experience coaching College Volleyball camps.

Assistant Camp Director: Drew Choules

Coach Drew returns to the Argos for a third season and works as the program’s recruiting coordinator and defensive coach.  Along with her role in the UP Program, Coach Choules is also the co-club director and coach at Zootown Great Falls Volleyball Club.  Drew was a standout performer at Colorado Mesa University where she was a four-time all-conference player, 3x All-Region performer, and the first player in program history to make the NCAA tournament all four years.