Volleyball Olympian Brings Her Game to PUC
by Mike Mennard
This summer, July 12 -16, Nike and Pacific Union College will present a volleyball camp for girls ages 12-18. The camp is offered at major universities throughout the United States, and this is the first year it has come to the Napa Valley.
Lori Endicott-Vandersnick, member of the US Olympic volleyball team in both 1992 and 1996, will teach many of the sessions. Participants will develop important volleyball skills, achieve a new level of play, and-most important-gain added self confidence. The program will offer both a general skills camp and a setter specialty camp. While the curriculum is designed to be challenging, past participants have come away with a new excitement about the game.
The resident price for campers is $455, which includes room and board. Campers will stay in the dormitories of PUC's campus, located in Angwin, California, (north Napa Valley) and will eat their meals in the PUC dining hall.
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