UNLV Summer Volleyball Camps

UNLV Volleyball will be having our annual summer camps and want to offer all faculty and staff a discount. Use code "REBEL" for 10% off!

The UNLV volleyball camp welcomes girls and boys to come and train with UNLV head volleyball coach Malia Shoji.  This top volleyball camp in Nevada welcomes athletes of all abilities, looking to improve their volleyball skills in a fun and competitive environment!

Athletes from Las Vegas and beyond will develop through training and competitions daily.

​Under the direction of the UNLV coaching staff along with current and former players, each of our camps will focus on making better volleyball players in a fun, competitive environment.

You can expect high demand for these first-come-first-serve camper spots, so please be sure to register early as last year's camp filled up to capacity.

Highlights Include
Training from College coaches and players
Excellent training facilities
1:10 coach to camper ratio
​All Skills, Service & Passing, Position Speciality and Team Camp Programs

Camp Options

Please note: Camp schedules and details may be subject to change. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff and placed into groups based on age and ability level.

Dates: June 10-12
Gender/Ages: Girls & Boys, Ages 10-18

Dates: June 13-14
Gender/Ages: Girls & Boys, Ages 10-18

Dates: June 15
Gender/Ages: Girls & Boys, Ages 4-10

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