Carolina Volleyball Camps always place a premium on learning and applying the skills of volleyball. Our staff will teach, demonstrate, and provide important feedback to help athletes improve in all aspects of the game.
A tradition of excellence in the volleyball community and leadership in addition to a remarkable history and growth of the program, along with outstanding facilities and a top-flight coaching staff, make it easy to see why the University of North Carolina is considered one of the nation’s top programs. Young volleyball players have a chance to train with the best and be a part of the Tar Heel tradition at Carolina Volleyball Camps, the longest running volleyball camp in the southeast under the direction of Head Coach Joe Sagula. Now entering his 30th season, Sagula has developed one of the finest camp experiences in the country, allowing campers to benefit from all that UNC Volleyball has to offer.
Carolina Volleyball Camps, run by Coach Sagula, brings the training and instruction used by the Tar Heels to the camp gym. Sagula and his coaching staff strive to bring a positive experience to all campers, while training in a fun, hard-working environment. UNC Volleyball Assistant Coaches Mike Schall and Susan Clements lead the UNC Volleyball Camp staff. Schall and Clements both bring a wealth of experience from the collegiate and club levels. These coaches are instrumental in helping Coach Sagula run one of the most successful camps in the country.The camp staff is supported by outstanding college, high school and club level coaches. Additionally, many current and former Tar Heels serve as coaches.
Our goal is to use a combination of individual skill development, multi-contact drills, and competitive sessions to apply the learned skills. We strive to provide a quality volleyball experience for campers of all ages and skill levels.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Space is limited and camps are fill up fast, so enroll in the Carolina Volleyball Camps today!
Per NCAA rules, sport camps and clinics conducted by The University of North Carolina are open to all entrants. Enrollment is limited only by age, grade level, gender, and capacity restrictions as specified by each camp