MOUNTAIN PEAK SKILLS CAMP
with Snow College Head Coach Jeff Reynolds
Open to Athletes in 7th-12th Grade
(Advanced 5th-6th Graders Allowed)
It's Jeff's birthday! June 18 is Coach Jeff's birthday so, we’ll celebrate with a birthday party! Ice cream, cake, balloons -- the whole deal.
The camp will also incorporate a little more “teaching” in terms of helping kids understand what college coaches are looking for, how to prepare to play college volleyball, strength and conditioning, nutrition, academics, etc. There will be some good discussions. There will also be a little more white board “Chalk Talk” training in order to show different defenses, setting options, tempo, serve-receive formations, etc. Coach Jeff will also be bringing their iPads and video equipment to film the athletes so they can get some feedback using video technology.
Join Snow College Head Coach Jeff Reynolds and staff for this three-day skills camp. With over 17 years of experience working in collegiate athletics, and a brief stint as the head volleyball coach at Gunnison Valley High School, Jeff Reynolds was selected to lead the Snow College volleyball program on February 1, 2016. Since taking over the Snow College women’s volleyball program, Reynolds has produced a record of 72-19 (.791), averaging 24 wins per season. And in just three seasons, Reynolds has produced the first Scenic West Conference Championship in 31 years (2017) and the program's first trip to the NJCAA National Championship Tournament in 38 years (2018). In addition, the Badgers racked up 27 wins in 2018 to mark the most wins in school history. During his tenure, Snow College has been nationally ranked in all but one weekly poll. All totaled, the Badgers have been ranked No. 17 or higher for 25 straight weeks--a streak that spans three seasons. During the 2018 season, the Badgers spent back-to-back weeks at No. 4, marking the highest national ranking in the program's history. The Badgers have finished three straight seasons ranked No. 8 or higher. And in that span of three years, Reynolds has helped produce two NJCAA All-Americans and seven players who have gone on to play at NCAA Division-I programs.