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This article appeared in a June 2016 issue of the student newsletter.
When it comes to the sport of volleyball, players typically begin building their skills in middle school and high school. Most schools host team tryouts over the summer, so June is a key time to hit the gym and practice.
To focus on fundamentals, North Lake College is hosting 360 Volleyball clinics for girls in grades 7-12 this June. Each skills clinic is limited to 40 athletes and costs $30. These practice sessions are designed for beginner-level girls and will offer training and drills to improve techniques of passing, setting, attacking (at the net), serving and defense.
Volleyball All Skills Clinics will be held in the gymnasium at the North Lake College Central Campus on June 9, 16, 23 and 30 from 6-8 p.m. Prior registration is required. To register, visit
DCCCD students who are interested in the sports opportunities on their campus should
visit the Athletics page to learn more. Many colleges within DCCCD compete within the Metro Athletic Conference under NJCAA – Division III and offer opportunities to participate in a variety of men’s and women’s sports. Some of the colleges also offer club sports. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Ask
Student Life how you can start a club on campus!