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Volleyball Camps for high school and junior high school volleyball players and adult volleyball players.

Olympic Gold Medalist Pat Powers will be doing volleyball camps in 25 cities across the United States in 2019! Please click the 2019 Volleyball Camp Schedule and see if a volleyball camp is coming to your area.

This volleyball camp is not about competition. This volleyball camp is about executing superior techniques while you are playing. It is done through a unique process I developed called "Survivor." Survivor is a Queen/King of the court game played with the rules of Over-Correction in a fast paced environment. The result is you download these skills in your unconscious motor memory and they become great habits!

How about current volleyball skill level?

One hour into the clinic I separate the players by how hard they hit and how well they set--it is a safety issue for me and a comfort level issue for all players. Typically we have one court of adults, junior boys and advanced junior girls, one court of junior girls and one court of novice players. Current skill level is not an issue at these events.

Come into the Volleyball Store and see what is in stock! The new Advanced Tips and Techniques DVD was just re-filmed with all the updated techniques and tips from the clinic itself.

High school and club coaches are invited to ATTEND FOR FREE AND BRING A FREE PLAYER as part of a volleyball coaching program initiated in 2005. Please visit the Assisting Coaching Options Page.


Legendary Olympic gold medalist, collegiate All-American and pro beach star Pat Powers returned in 1997 to his alma mater — which he led to the 1980 NCAA championship as a player — to become the USC men’s volleyball head coach and to help bring the Trojans back to national prominence.

He has steadily accomplished that in his 5 years at Troy's helm, twice bringing the Trojans within a victory of the NCAA Final Four.

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