College Prep Volleyball Camp 2021

College Prep Volleyball Camp

College Prep Volleyball Camp

Our College Prep Volleyball Camp is registering now. This will be our 2nd Volleyball Camp in Corpus Christi of the summer with one of our collegiate coaches.

This camp will be led by Our Lady of the Lakes University Head Coach Scott Mattera and will focus three hours on advanced level players with a desire to continue to elevate their game to prepare for college.

This is only for players currently in the 9th to 12th grade for the 2020-21 school year (not going into).

THIS IS NOT A BEGINNER VOLLEYBALL CAMP

It will be a fast paced camp and will not slow down to teach beginner skills. Coach Mattera works hard at creating an environment in which the athletes are engaged, learning, and enjoying the process.

  • Date – Sunday, June 13, 2021
  • Cost – $55
  • Location – TM High School
  • Time – 2 – 5pm

Limited to 40 players with NO DROP INS

No Refunds Should You Be Unable To Attend

SCOTT MATTERA is entering his second season as volleyball head coach at Our Lady of the Lake University.
Scott MatteraDuring his first year at the helm, Mattera led the Saints to a 19-7 overall record and 8-4 mark in Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) play. OLLU advanced to the finals of the RRAC Tournament and lost to Huston-Tillotson University in a thrilling five-set match to conclude the 2019 season.

Mattera comes to OLLU from an assistant coach position at Bellevue University following a successful career as both a head coach and assistant coach in the NAIA, as well as in the high school and club ranks. He has also spent time as a volunteer assistant coach at the NCAA Division I level.

Mattera spent six seasons as the head coach at Concordia University-Nebraska from 2012-2017, helping the Bulldogs advance to the program’s first-ever NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2015 while earning Great Plains Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors. Below are Mattera’s coaching highlights at Concordia.

His achievements at Concordia include: a record of 97-94; Inherited program coming off four straight seasons of 11 wins or less and steadily built it to national prominence; Reached national tournament for first time in school history in 2015; Named Great Plains Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2015; Achieved top 25 national ranking in 2015 and the start of 2016; Mentored three honorable mention All-Americans and numerous all-conference performers; 44 NAIA Scholar-Athletes in six seasons, team GPA above 3.5 each year, AVCA Team Academic Award all six seasons

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