Top Dog Elite Camp
|Location||Event Date(s)||Event Status||Grades|
|Duluth, MN||Jun 29, 2017 to Jul 1, 2017||This is a completed event. Please check back later for upcoming event dates and to register online.||9th to 12th|
Bulldogs Volleyball Camps
Top Dog Elite Camp
This camp is designed for the advanced volleyball player with previous varsity or Junior Olympic Club experience. Intense fundamental, tactical and technical instruction will be provided in a format similar to a collegiate practice. The low coach to camper ratio of 8:1 allows each camper to receive thorough individual instruction. Campers will also be divided into teams and will play games in a tournament-style format. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt.
Family and friends are invited to attend the camp tournament and awards / camp wrap-up on Saturday, July 1st at 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM.
June 29th - July 1st
Grades: 9th - 12th
Check-In: 12:00 - 1:30 PM, Day 1
Cost: $340 for Overnight
(Includes Lodging, Meals & Camp T-Shirt)
$310 for Commuter
(Includes Meals except breakfast & Camp T-Shirt)
Sports & Health Center
What to Bring:
- Bedding (Long Size Twin) Including Pillow and Blanket / Sleeping Bag
- Water Bottle With Name On It
- Volleyball Shoes & Knee Pads
- Athletic Clothing
- Fan (Recommended)
For those camps which include meals, meals are either provided by UMD Food Service in the Residence Hall Dining Center or by local restaurants in an alternative dining area. There will be a pizza night on one evening of camp.
All overnight campers will be housed, one or two to a room, in a university residence hall. There are no accommodations for a three person room. Staff will include coaches for the duration of each camp. If requesting a roommate, BOTH roommates must request one another on the registration.
Insurance & Medical Treatment:
All campers must have medical insurance. You must complete the enrollment form on the reverse side of this page. By signing this form you acknowledge the inherent risk of injury by participation. An injury can range from a minor injury to a major injury. Such injuries could cause permanent disability such as paralysis, permanent bone or joint injury, permanent scars, other chronic disabling conditions and even death. If your son or daughter experiences a minor injury, first aid will be provided. For a major injury, an ambulance will be summoned to transport your son or daughter to a local hospital.