Midwest Collegiate Showcase Series
June 11th – 12th, 2018
June 11th – 12th, 2018
Geared towards preparing you for a potential college volleyball career, you will want to be here this summer! We seek to be one of the most dynamic volleyball training & exposure series of the summer – with coaches from throughout the country participating!
The campers will be placed in groups according to skill, experience and age. With 5 full courts, we will have plenty of room for skill development for all participants. The majority of players that have competed at the 17s and 18s Levels with H2 have received opportunities to play at the collegiate level! ***This camp is open to any and all limited only by age and number****
After the initial check-in, all commuters will be dropped off and picked up from the WEST end of the Center Saint Louis Facility.
8:30am – 9:30am ALL Camp Check-In
9:30am – 9:45am Camp Welcome
9:45am – 11:45am Session 1 & Overview
11:45am – 12:45pm Lunch
12:45pm – 1:00pm Camp Instructors Match
1:00pm – 2:45 pm Session 2
3:00 pm End Day 1
8:30am – 9:00am Check-in Day 2
9:00 am – 11:45am Session 4 Day 2
11:45am – 12:30pm Lunch
12:30pm – 1:30pm Camp Instructors Match / Open Gym / Coaches Discussion Topics
1:45pm – 2:45 pm Session 5
3:00pm End Day 2
No meals are provided for this camp session. Please have your Champion bring his/her own lunch for the day. We ask that all campers stay on campus during the lunch break.
Lenika Vazquez was named the 11th head coach in NCAA Div. I Canisius University’s Volleyball program history, after serving four seasons at Butler. As a member of the Bulldogs staff, Vazquez helped her squad to 73 wins, highlighted by back-to-back 20-win campaigns in 2013 and 2014.
As a player, Vazquez was a defensive specialist at SIU from 1996-99. She was an integral part of Southern Illinois’ 1998 squad that went 19-12 and 12-6 in the MVC.
A native of Buffalo, N.Y., Vazquez earned a degree in business management from Southern Illinois in 2001.
Former Bradley standout middle hitter and current H2-Heart of America coach Amy Angelos recently announced that she has accepted the position of Assistant volleyball coach at the University of Michigan! Prior to this assignment, Angelos was assistant coach at William Woods in Fulton Mo. We are excited to have another rep from the Big 10 with us this season.
Richardson recently took over the helm at Western Illinois in January 2015. Prior to that she spent 7 years at Southwest Baptist University where she coached the team to it’s first winning season in over a decade. Richardson began her collegiate career at Missouri State before transferring to Evangel University, where she was a 3-time first team all conference selection, twice named National “Player of the Week”, and became the first player in program history to Earn NAIA All-American Honors. During her three year career, she earned 10 All American team accolades and set five program records. This will be her first year with the H2 Collegiate Camp Program.
Wolinski joined the Division1 program at EIU after two seasons as an assistant coach at Mississippi State, following a very successful 14-year coaching stint at NCAA Division III Rhoades College in Memphis, Tenn. In just two short seasons, the Bulldogs made significant improvements under Wolinski’ s leadership, as MSU signed one of the top recruiting classes in the nation under her guidance as the teams recruiting coordinator. She also helped the squad produce the first three AVCA All-Americans in the programs history, in addition mentoring two AVCA All-Region Honorees and helping a pair of players nab post-season All-SEC kudos as well.
A native of Lancaster NY, Wolinski earned the status as the winningest volleyball coach in Rhoades College history, as she notched 261 victories from 1999 till 2012. She guided the Lynx volleyball program to seven 20+ win Campaigns, including a 29-12 finish in 2006 which culminated in the school’s first ever appearance in the NCAA Division III National Tournament.
This will be Wolinski’s second consecutive season working with the H2 Collegiate Showcase Camp and we are thrilled to have her leadership on the court!
Coleman Lee just completed is first year as Assistant Coach with Westminster University in Fulton Mo. Additionally, coleman joined H2 Volleyball as Director of the clubs HOA region with operations in Jefferson City, and Columbia, MO. This will be his second season at the H2 Collegiate Prep Camp and his first season serving as Co-Director of the camp. A favorite by many last year, we are excited about the energy and knowledge that he brings to the development of all the athletes expected to attend this years session.
Brenda Goble remains the only women‘s volleyball coach in Rose-Hulman history. Goble has led the Rose-Hulman volleyball program through a steady pattern of progress, culminated with the team’s first Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship in 2011.
Goble, named 2011 HCAC Coach of the Year, crossed the 200-win mark in her Fightin’ Engineer career in 2011. Rose-Hulman also set school records for wins (24) and won the first conference regular season and tournament titles during the historic 2011 campaign.
Rose Hulman competes in the NCAA Div III.
A 2013 freshman recruit for the University of Missouri at St. Louis and attending Honors College, Jory was second on the team with 235 kills, recorded a season-best of 13 kills in five-set loss to nationally-ranked Truman State. Jory finished with 12 kills, while hitting .391 in a five-set win, earned a double-double by a 10 kill tally with 10 digs and seven blocks in a sweep on MO Bap, and named GLVC Academic All-Conference selection. As a 2014 sophomore, Jory led the team in termination and increased her double-double game against McKendree, Quincy, Illinois Springfield, and Southern Indy.
Jim Hunstein is currently the head coach at Blackburn College ( NCAA, Div III). Most recently, prior to joining Blackburn, Jim served for 3 years as head Volleyball and Tennis coach with Lewis & Clark College in Godfrey Ill. Jim also spent over 5 years as an assistant coach with Washington University in St Louis and was part of the staff that help the Div. III powerhouse win the 2009 National Championship! With over 20 years of playing and coaching experience, Jim has been recognized as a leading figure in the development of the entire volleyball athlete. Jim continues to serve as a master coach with H2 and has helped many of our players achieve their goals on the court as well as in the classroom.
For almost a decade, Geoff Davis has coached at the middle school, high school and collegiate level, (including serving as assistant coach on 2 Div III national championship teams), developing and acquiring skills which has helped H2 become a leader in the development of collegiate level athletes. Davis as assembled a solid group of coaches to help each of you achieve the next level of success in advancing your volleyball career.