Prospect Camps Women's Volleyball
Curious about life as a collegiate athlete? Wondering if you have what it takes to compete at the next level? Maybe you’re just wanting to get some high level instruction on one of the most beautiful campuses in the country. No matter what you are looking for, there is something for everyone at our Westmont Volleyball summer camp. You will train using a lot of the same methods and facilities the Westmont athletic teams use, interact with current players and coaches, and live in the dorms the students stay in during the school year. This camp will be informative and helpful as you explore your college options and is geared towards 9th through 12th graders.
2018 Camp Dates
(Friday thru Sunday)
$400 Overnight Camper (includes food and lodging)
$300 Day Camper
email@example.com or 805-565-6828
Camp Director: Patti Cook
Patti Cook is in her 5th year as Head Coach of Westmont Volleyball. Prior to that, she was an assistant in the program after graduating with a computer science degree from Westmont in 2004. While playing for Westmont, Cook was the GSAC Player of the Year, three-time NAIA All-American and she still holds the all-time career kill record at Westmont with 2,079. While serving as an assistant coach for the Warriors, she played professionally on the beach with the AVP tour.
Asked about her vision for the volleyball program Cook replied, “I want to help prepare the wonderful young women involved in the program for life outside of college. I use the athletic platform to teach them life skills such as hard work, perseverance, composure in pressure-filled situations, and trust in God and teammates. Winning is important but how we win or lose and the attitude by which we do it is even more important.”
955 La Paz Road
Santa Barbara, Ca 93108
How can I register for a camp?
All campers may reserve a space in camp with a credit card along with a completed application. Click here to get to the registration page.
Are all camps located on the Westmont Campus?
Yes! All camps are on the Westmont Campus and will utilize Murchison Gymnasium.
What happens if my child is injured or sick during camp?
Qualified trainers will be on duty for the duration of all camps to care for minor injuries and illness. Parents or guardians will be contacted immediately if there is a serious injury or a child needs to leave camp early for a medical reason. Please make a notation on the application form if there is any medical condition we should be aware of in advance of the camper’s attendance to our volleyball academies.
What happens if my child is sick or injured and cannot attend camp? Do I get a cash refund?
Click here to view our cancellation policy.
What does each camper receive?
Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and verbal feedback from their designated coach throughout the course of the camp.
What should a camper bring with them to an overnight camp?
Please use this list as a guide for the overnight camp: Sleeping bag or set of sheets and a blanket, pillow with case, 2 towels, volleyball shoes, knee pads, 3 pairs of spandex, 4 pairs of socks, 4 t-shirts to play in, sweatshirt, sweat pants, pajamas, bathing suit, one pair of sandals, alarm clock, sunscreen, toiletries, optional: book, stationary, camera and whatever else you feel you need.
What does the day camper option include?
A day camper is invited to do everything an overnight camper does minus meals and staying in the dorms.
What airport is best to fly into and what about airport transportation?
Santa Barbara is the best airport to fly into and you will need to find transportation to and from the airport. Please contact Coach Cook if this is an issue.
How much volleyball will be played?
We will have 2 sessions a day for full days and 1 for half days.
What is the typical daily schedule for a camper?
2:30-3:00pm – Check in
3:30-5:15pm – Gym session
5:30-6:15pm – Dinner
6:15-7:15pm - Shower
7:15-8:30pm – Group Meeting
*expectations of positions, recruiting information, Q and A with Coach Cook
8:30-10:00pm – Free time
10:00pm – Lights out
8:00-8:45am – Breakfast
9:00-11:00am – Gym session
11:00am-12pm – Weight training
12:00pm-2:00pm – Lunch then free time
2:00-3:00pm – Player Panel (with current Westmont players)
3:00-5:15pm – Gym session
5:30-6:15pm – Dinner
6:15-7:00pm – Free time
7:00-8:30pm – Group Activity
8:30-10:00pm – Free time
10:30pm – Lights out
8:00-8:30am – Breakfast
8:30-9:00am – Pack up
9:00-11am – Gym session
11:00-11:30am – Checkout
Directions from South (Los Angeles)
Take 101 north and exit at Olive Mill Road. Turn right onto Olive Mill and then left onto Hot Springs Road. Turn right onto Sycamore Canyon Road and then right at Cold Spring Road. You may use the lower entrance on Cold Spring Road for the observatory and the athletic fields. For most other areas on campus, continue up Cold Spring Road, turn left on La Paz Road and drive through Westmont's main entrance. Map of campus and parking areas
Directions from North (Santa Barbara Airport)
Take 101 south and exit at #94B (Coast Village Road Exit - left exit). Turn left onto East Cabrillo Road, go through the roundabout and continue north on Hot Springs Road. Turn left onto Sycamore Canyon Road and right onto Cold Spring Road. You may use the lower entrance on Cold Spring Road for the observatory and the athletic fields. For most other areas on campus, continue up Cold Spring Road, turn left on La Paz Road and drive through Westmont's main entrance. Map of campus and parking areas
To view the campus map, click here.