AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Augusta University volleyball team announced a revamped format to their annual summer clinic. In addition to the weeklong camp from June 5-8 at Christenberry Fieldhouse, the Jaguars set an eight-week window from June 5 to July 31 where they will bring the clinic on the road.
"This is a fresh new innovative way of keeping the ball in the player's hands all summer long," head coach Sharon Quarles said. "Once a week for eight weeks we get to see and work with campers at their facility or ours, addressing skill development and team chemistry. Teams can sign up for the clinic or individuals not on a current team can book a spot."
Campers can claim a spot for $85 where the AU volleyball staff will come to a team's facility or host it at Christenberry.
The camp is geared towards middle school and high school athletes and will consist of individual skills training with focus on serving, passing, setting, attacking, blocking, and individual defense. Competitions will be held daily as campers will be placed into groups of similar ability to showcase their skills.
For registration, print and fill out the brochure and include payment with the form. Please make all checks payable to the ASU Foundation c/o Volleyball.
Head Coach Sharon Quarles
- PBC Coach of the Year (2014)
- NCAA Tournament appearance (2014)
- 2nd Team All-Conference Player 2012 & 2013
- PBC Player of the Year 2010
- Franklin Pierce University (3 years)
- Highest Northeast-10 Conference finish in school history
- West Chester University (5 years)
- 2x PSAC Coach of the Year
- PSAC Rookie of the Year (2003, 2004, 2005)
- University of Maine-Machias (4 years)
- Back-to-back Maine Athletic Conference titles in 1999 and 2000
- NAIA Region X Coach of the Year 1999
- Two-time State of Maine Coach of the Year
Assistant Coach Kadija Fornah
Kadijah Fornah is in her third season as the assistant women's volleyball coach for the Jags after spending time as the assistant men's and women's volleyball coach at Lees McRae College.
Fornah played four years in the ACC at Wake Forest University and finished her four-year term ranking third on the program's all-time kills list. After graduating in 2012, she played volleyball professionally in Italy and recently served as a coach for All American Volleyball.
She helped coach the Jags to their best record in school history during her first stint in 2014.
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