Join Endicott head coach Tim Byram for a three-hour clinic that focuses on ball control, offensive theory & execution, and game play drills. High school players of all experience levels as well as 8th graders who have played with Maine Juniors are welcome to attend.
Maine CDC Community Sports Guidelines will be followed and COVID-19 protocols will be enforced.
When: Friday, October 2, 6 – 9 PM
Where: Maine Sports Arena, 15 Lund Road, Saco
Who: Any high school age player of any experience level
How Much: $35 for Maine Juniors players; $50 all others
Join us under the Arena lights for some safe, fun, INDOOR volleyball!
Players must be registered with a COVID waiver on file by 8 PM on October 1 to participate. No last-minute registrations or walk ins allowed. [PDF: Maine Juniors Waiver]
Maine CDC COVID-related protocols for Community Sports will be followed. Those registering will receive a detailed list. Players must bring their own masks (required when not on the court), water for the three hours and snacks, if desired. Players must agree to follow health-related instructions, including temperature check at check-in and social distancing at all times except when the drills and games don’t permit it. Spectators and all non-players will not be permitted inside the MSA. [PDF: Maine Sports Arena Volleyball Camp Athlete Protocol]
About the clinician:
Coach Byram developed his love of volleyball and began his coaching career while a student at UMaine Farmington. He was active with the men’s club and playing Yankee tournaments while serving as the student assistant and then interim head coach his senior year. He is currently in his 21st year as the head women’s coach at Endicott College. Additionally, he was the men’s coach at Endicott for his first 12 years there, as well as coaching at Bates College and Saint Joseph’s of Maine as a 2x assistant to Coach Razsa, more recently known as MJ Director John Razsa!