Boys volleyball camps and clinics


Mt. Union Camps
OSU Youth Camp June 22-23, 2019
OSU HS Camp  August 2-4, 2019
Coaches Clinic / Boys Showcase:
If you have not had the chance to find out more about the first annual MIDWEST BOYS VOLLEYBALL SHOWCASE happening in Columbus, OH this June 21-22, I encourage you to continue reading!
This exciting event will bring together boys volleyball coaches in an exciting new format that will allow you to learn the most from top men's collegiate coaches and trainers as well as network with other college, high school and boys club coaches from the Midwest.
On Day 1, the Coaches Clinic will feature six distinguished coaches from top D1 programs that will cover various topics relating to the Men's game. To start, we'll kick off with a general session featuring all our presenting coaches that will include a Q&A, Passing Session, Hitting Session, and Blocking. The last hour and half you can choose which break out sessions you would like to attend to see coaches present on: video review, in game tactics and adjustments, out of system attacking, defense, and serving. 
Some of this years confirmed presenting coaches include:  USAV Hall-of-Fame inductee and former OSU Head Coach Pete Hanson, Pepperdine Head Coach and former Olympic USA Women's National Team Assistant Coach David Hunt, Ball State Head Coach and past MIVA Coach of the Year Joel Walton, and MORE!!
On Day 2, the presenting coaches and a few more collegiate coaches will be running a clinic for boys players by graduating class where coaches are invited to return, watch, and interact.
We encourage you to attend, contribute, and share the information with all that would be interested in attending and continue on with our mission to Grow the Game!
Additional information and registration for the event can be found on the event website:

We look forward to seeing you in Columbus soon!

Salomon Gicherman




Boys volleyball camps and clinics are a great way to learn more about the game, improve your overall and specific skill levels, meet other players and have lots of fun playing the game you love.

Disclaimer: the OHSBVA does not promote one club or camp over another.
How much you learn and fun you have is up to you.