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Covenant Volleyball Summer Clinics

Leah Buys
Nina Grauley/ Sports Information

(NOTE: Due to the impact of COVID-19, this camp has been adjusted from an overnight camp to a daily clinic)

The Covenant volleyball program will host daily clinics for individuals (no teams) on July 20-22, 2020 on Lookout Mountain, Ga. Clinics are open to high school volleyball players in the graduating classes of 2020-2024.


Camp Date: July 20-22, 2020

Camp Cost: $75 per day (cost includes camp shirt and lunch for each date of attendance)

CLICK HERE FOR INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION (Select which clinic(s) you are registering for)


Clinic Schedule:

Monday, July 20 - Passing and Defense Clinic (9 AM - 3 PM)

  • Campers will be trained in the fundamentals of serve, serve receive, and transition defense (including blocking work for front row players). Athletes will be grouped according to skill level to maximize opportunities for reps and instruction.

Tuesday, July 21 - Setting, Hitting, Transition Clinic (9 AM - 3 PM)

  • Campers will be grouped based on position and skill level for instruction on being as effective as possible on offense. We'll work both in system and out of system so players walk away from the clinic with tools that will translate well back into their high school gym, no matter what systems their teams run.

Wednesday, July 22 - Game Situations and Scrimmaging (9 AM - 3 PM)

  • We'll combine all the skills from the week and apply them to game settings. Much of this clinic will be spent scrimmaging and playing so we can make sure everything translates well to game day. Campers will be grouped in order to maximize competitive opportunities for everyone.

Driving Directions:
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750


Head Coach Joanna Ehman
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750 
Office: 706.419.1531

Camp Director

Head volleyball coach Joanna Ehman finished her seventh year as head volleyball coach at Covenant in 2019. Ehman was named USA South Coach of the Year in 2015 after guiding the program to a conference regular season and tournament championship and an NCAA Tournament appearance. Prior to her position at Covenant, she spent two years as the top assistant at Covenant and one at Bryan College. She had an illustrious four-year playing career at Covenant where she compiled 1,759 assists, 699 kills and 1,213 digs in 126 career matches.

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