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Adult   Volleyball    Development   Clinic!  

Now is the time to register for our volleyball skill development camps!

Our adult volleyball clinics are designed to help players quickly learn the basic fundamental movements, techniques, common terminologies and tactics required to becoming a better player.  These skills will need to be refined with more repetitions and game play.  Our hopes are that you will be able to better understand the game and will have the ability to error detect and correct your skills with the new knowledge that you have learned from the clinic in your own games.  Please bring friends or teammates - everyone is welcome to join in!

A little information about the Head Camp Instructor:  Kerby Bentley

His volleyball collegiate career began at Niagara College in 1996 as a member of the Knights Mens Volleyball team. 

In his fourth year, he led to their first ever OCAA Gold Medal Championship in 1999 - 2000 and a fourth-place finish at the CCAA  Mens Volleyball National Championships. His personal accomplishments are many. He was a two-time member of the West team All-Stars. He led the Knights and OCAA on defence with 56 block, and was named Niagara College Male Rookie of the Year in 1997.

He was the recipient of the Niagara College Athlete of Distinction award and CCAA Player of the Month in 1998. 

During the 1998 - 99 season in which he led the Knights in scoring, he was named team MVP, and Niagara College Male Athlete of the Year.

In his fourth and final season, Kerby was presented with the first Niagara College Recognition Award, honoring graduating athletes for four years of outstanding contribution to their respective varsity team.

He returned to Niagara as an Assistant Coach of the Mens Volleyball team for two years before becoming the Head Coach in the Fall of 2002.

While a member of the Knights mens team as a player and coach, Kerby help lead Niagara to an impressive record of  116 wins and 33 losses which includes OCAA and CCAA playoffs;

Three OCAA Gold Medals; Two Silver Medals; Five Consecutive Western Region Titles; Four Trips to the CCAA National Championships where twice they finished fourth.

In September 2005, Kerby agreed to take over the Womens Volleyball program where he directed the Knights to one OCAA Western Region title, a fourth place finish at the OCAA championships and a record of 48 wins and 37 losses.

He was very instrumental in building two of the largest high school boys and girls volleyball tournaments in Ontario. These tournaments, which introduced hundreds of students to Niagara College, also provided the Niagara coaching staff an opportunity to identify prospective athletes for their programs. The tournaments also served as fundraisers for Niagaras varsity volleyball teams.

In 2004, he was recognized for his outstanding contribution to recruitment as he was the recipient of the Niagara College Coaching Excellence and Outstanding contribution to Recruitment and Retention Award. In 2009, the Niagara College Information Department introduced the Niagara Champion Award. Kerby was the first recipient of this award.

What to bring:
Bring lots of water for break time during this camp!
Athletic Wear (T-shirt, shorts, running shoes etc.) 

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