You already know about the 2017 Lady Trojans Volleyball Camp, scheduled for July 24 – July 27, 2017, to be held at Anderson High School. Austin is a vibrant volleyball town, however, and there are lots of other options for players to keep their edge and improve their skills once school ends. As volleyball continues to grow in popularity, many girls enjoy participating year-round, playing for local club teams, and participating in college and club coaches’ clinics.
This is just a sampling of some local programs and offerings where AHS players past and present have honed their games playing for club teams and participating in skills clinics. If you know of other programs that you’d like to see listed here, please respond in the comments, or hit us with a Twitter message.
Neither Anderson High School, its volleyball team or booster club, nor AISD are not affiliated with these programs, offer no specific endorsement of them, and do not accept any liability for participation in them.
- Austin Junior Volleyball / Austin Sports Center
Offers summer camps and clinics, as well as club tryouts for next season
- Austin Performance Volleyball
Another long-time Austin club, with a wide range of summer clinics, and a tryout schedule for the next club season
- Texas Eclipse Volleyball
Offering a D2/D3 college clinic in May, as well as summer clinics, and competitive club teams for next season.
- Texas State University / Karen Chisum Volleyball Camps
Enthusiastically endorsed by lots of Austin volleyball players, this program offers a range of July skills camps, with lots of personal attention.
- University of Texas Volleyball Camps
A range of all-skills and position-specific camps on the forty acres, taught by Longhorn volleyball players.
- St. Edward’s University / Hilltopper Volleyball Camps
Choose all-skills or elite camps, featuring St. Ed’s coaches and players, including Heartland Conference Libero of the Year, Morgan Beckham.
- University of Michigan Volleyball Camps
You could spend July sweltering in Texas, or head north to the pleasant summer climate of Ann Arbor Michigan, where Coach Mark Rosen and his staff – fresh off the Wolverine’s sixth NCAA Tournament regional semifinal appearance and the highest NCAA Tournament seed in program history – will host a range of elite and general skills camps.