ProjectU Minnesota Beach Clinic: Cameron Sitler, Houston Baptist, July 22-23

Our ProjectU Minnesota Beach Clinics are opportunities to learn from top college beach coaches in the state of Minnesota.  Each clinic is (2) 2 hour on-court sessions with a short question and answer session after each day.

“This camp will be a point for athletes to learn from one of best coaches in the NCAA.” -Stephen McCarthy, director of TMP Beach

ProjectU Beach Volleyball Clinic Highlights:

  • Develop your skills with game-like drills and cauldron games
  • Understand what techniques are needed to compete at an elite level

Details:
July 22nd-23rd: Event check in at 4:45pm, start at 5pm at Maple Grove High School courts.  Day 2 start time at 5pm. Both clinics will end at 7pm each day.

Cost:
$120 per athlete

online registrationLocations:
Maple Grove High School

Bio Information

Cameron Sitler enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for HBU’s indoor volleyball program. He was named the head coach for the Huskies’ beach volleyball program following the 2018 season, after two years as associate head coach and one as assistant coach.

During the beach program’s first two seasons, Sitler helped guide the Huskies to a 7-11 record in their 2016 inaugural campaign, then a 12-14 mark in their second year. In 2017, HBU enjoyed its first winning season, going 17-15 and capturing the Southland Showcase title. The Huskies’ number one pair of Aeriel Horton and Jessica Wooten and the number two combo of Kayla Armer and Tori Hinojosa each qualified for the USA Volleyball Beach Championships, with Horton and Wooten advancing to bracket play.

On the indoor side, HBU went 21-10 and made its best showing in the Southland Conference by tying for third with an 11-5 mark in 2017. The Huskies kept their streak of Southland Conference Tournament appearances in tact at five in five seasons of Southland play, advancing to the semifinals. Senior outside hitters Jessica Wooten and Bailey Banks, who became the third and fourth members of HBU’s 1,000-kill, 1,000 dig club, respectively, earned All-Southland First Team honors and Academic All-Southland First Team honors. Senior middle blocker Blair Gillard earned second team all-conference honors and finished as the Southland’s all-time leader in block assists.