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Welcome to Saint Louis Volleyball Camps

Saint Louis Volleyball Camps offer an unparalleled variety of camps to fit your needs - from multi-day camps which cover all skills and team play, to one day specialty camps, to two-hour mini-camps focused on just one skill. 

Camp Director and Saint Louis University Head Coach Kent Miller is the only coach in the region with an Olympic medal to his credit (as an assistant coach of the 1992 US Women's Olympic Team).  As such, he offers exceptional expertise in teaching both the fundamentals and the more technical aspects of the game. 


Says Miller of the philosophy of his camps, "Our camps are unique in that they provide the beginning player with a sound foundation and yet they also challenge the higher level players helping them improve with advanced technical and tactical training. The key to success in volleyball at any level – including Olympic, professional and collegiate – is sound technique. Clearly, this also applies to the high school, club AND beginning player. With the Olympic team, we spent significant portions of practice training the fundamentals. I do the same with my Saint Louis University team. So it makes sense that in our camps, we use this same approach, developing the fundamental skills and moving to more advanced training in a fun-filled environment. We work really hard to ensure that each player is challenged at the appropriate level to allow them to improve as much as possible."

Highlights of 2015 Camps:
  • High school only mini-camps and specialty camps allow more advanced instruction based on skill level of participants
  • All mini-camps and specialty camps held exclusively in Chaifetz Arena Pavilion
  • Boys only mini-camps offered
  • Free parking in the Fred Weber Lot adjacent to Chaifetz.


Jim D: "Very impressed with the drills and how they compliment her club drills.  She learned a lot regarding her foot work, serving, and strength."

Anita M: "Coaches were awesome! Was taught how to make moves simple with less unneeded movement. Very much improved her game!"

Susan M: "The best part of the camp was the demonstration at the beginning of each camp. The explanation of each step of a skill was clear and precise. I wish that I had a video of each demo. (If you sold one next year I would definitely buy one.) All of the drills were instructive, age appropriate and challenging. The athletes were excellent with the kids and were great ambassadors for the sport."