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JUNIOR SOCCER CAMP Three-day morning camp

VOLLEYBALL – PASS, DIG & SERVE CAMP

Key Stadium

Day camp (morning only) that can easily be paired with Attacking Camp for a full-day experience.

Monday, June 19 – Wednesday, June 21, 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Ruth Lilly Fitness Center Saturday, June 24, 9 – 11:30 a.m.

Boys & Girls, Grades 1–6, Ages 6–12

Boys & Girls, Grades 6–12, Ages 12–18

$70

$60

A game- and activity-based camp designed to continually stimulate campers while teaching and developing their soccer skills. The UIndy staff will be hands on with positive feedback and helpful instructions to ensure that each player is having a great time and learning more about the game.

This camp is designed to develop fundamental serving and passing skills, regardless of volleyball positions. Servers will focus on technique, footwork and game strategy. Passers will focus on passing techniques, footwork and platform to maximize their potential. Campers can expect to work on both skills.

Holly Cox/Samantha Jones at hcox@uindy.edu or 317-788-3578

MEN’S BASKETBALL – YOUTH CAMP

Jason Reed at reedjb@uindy.edu or 317-788-6147

VOLLEYBALL – ATTACKING CAMP

Each session runs daily for four days. Camp will include instruction on shooting, rebounding, ball handling, defense and competitive team play as well as an array of contests.

Day camp (afternoon only) that can easily be paired with Pass, Dig and Serve Camp for a full-day experience.

Nicoson Hall

Saturday, June 24, 1 – 3:30 p.m.

Session One: Monday, June19 – Thursday, June 22 Session Two: Monday, July 24 – Thursday, July 27 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (all sessions) Boys only, Grades 2–8, Ages 7–12 $200/session Campers will work with UIndy coaches and players to learn the fundamentals of basketball while playing games and running drills. There will be short scrimmages for campers to participate in. Stanley Gouard at sgouard@uindy.edu

Ruth Lilly Fitness Center Boys & Girls, Grades 6–12, Ages 12–18 $60 This camp is designed for fundamental development of front-row skills for athletes in any position. For example, hitters will focus on attacking technique, footwork and developing shots. Campers will be divided by skill level and placed in groups where they will improve and be challenged, as well as separated into positions with opportunity to work with UIndy coaches and players. Jason Reed at reedjb@uindy.edu or 317-788-6147

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