2014 CSU Libero Camp

Featured by Brook Coulter
Grades 7-12
Camp I - June 14
Camp II - July 25

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Join former professional libero Brook Coulter for CSU's Libero Camp!
The one-day camp is geared for players in grades 7-12 who have a strong interest and passion to pursue and improve their defense and serve-receive skills. Campers will be placed in a high-repetition and challenging environment, and will be exposed to various technical skills, including digging under/overhand, rolling and serve-receive passing. Additionally, campers will be introduced to the tactical responsibilities of a libero.
This year this camp will be offered two separate times, on June 14th and on July 25th. If you wish to participate in both you will have to register two separate times.

Itinerary - June 14 

7:30-8:45a

Check-In (you do not have be be there at 7:30am - this is a registration window

9:00-11:30a

Session #1

11:30a-12:00p

Lunch provided by CSU Volleyball

12:30-3:00p

Session #2

3:00p

Camp Concludes

Itinerary - July 25 

6:30a-7:45a

Check-In - you do not have to be there right at 6:30a(!), this is a registration window

8:00-10:30a

Session #1

10:30a-11:30p

Lunch provided by CSU Volleyball

11:30-2:00p

Session #2

2:00p

Camp Concludes

Brook Coulter's Libero Camp is offered for $95 and camp features include:

  • An Expert Staff of Coaches
  • Individual Skills Training
  • High Repetition Defensive Skill Drills
  • High Repetition Serve Receive Skill Drills
  • Coaching in Small Group Settings
  • Skills and Techniques Used and Taught by the CSU Volleyball Team
  • Lunch Provided by CSU Volleyball
  • Camp T-Shirt
  • Camp Store With Volleyball Products

Brook Coulter's Libero Camp will be limited to 75 athletes, grades 7-12.

What to Bring

Practice Gear: Shorts, T-Shirts, Lots of Socks, Knee Pads
Court Shoes (preferably ones already broken in)
Alternate Pair of Shoes

Sweatshirt
Swimming Suit
Flip Flops, or Sliders
Towel(s)
Sack Lunch or Money (for Commuters only)
Water Bottle

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What happens if a camper cannot attend camp?
    If a camper cannot attend due to an emergency or for other reasons please let us know immediately.  There is a $25 non-refundable administration fee for any cancellation - Camp fees are non-refundable within 30 days of camp.
  • What happens if a camper is injured or ill?
    When a camper requires medical attention during the day, he/she is taken first to our training room, then directly to the Colorado State University Health Center if needed.  If hospital care is needed, a member of the camp staff will phone the parents of the camper immediately to advise them of the situation.
  • How are campers supervised? 
    Each camp has a staff of coaches and campers are supervised at all times.  Camp directors reserve the right to dismiss any camper for any serious violation of camp rules and regulations.  There will be no tuition refund upon voluntary withdrawal or expulsion from the Colorado Sate Volleyball camp.
  •  What are the rules and regulations of camp?
    These will be reviewed on registration day.  In general, we expect all campers to be on their best behavior at all times.  Any serious camp violation will be cause for immediate dismissal with no refund.
  • What time should I drop off/pick up my child at camp?
    Please check the itinerary for each day's schedule and time for camp to begin and end. We recommend dropping your camper off at least 15 minutes in advance so that they will be ready for the start of camp. Please be prompt in picking up your camper.
  • What should I do if I need to get in in touch with my camper?
    Please contact Bri Olmstead at 970.213.1830.
  • Airport Transportation
    You can fly into Denver International Airport.  From there you can take Green Ride. To visit their click here.