Thursday, July 20, 2017
Our Albion College Prospect camp is a one-day all-skills camp geared towards (but not limited to!) high school players who are looking to experience the volleyball program at Albion College. Our camp curriculum is designed to accommodate all levels of play and is adjustable for all campers’ skill levels. Campers’ skill levels will be evaluated early in camp and campers will be placed in a group that challenges their level of play. Campers will be coached by Albion College Volleyball Staff and Players.
This year, camp will feature two practice sessions with an hour lunch break in between those sessions. The practice segments will include ball control as well as positional training, followed by gameplay. Campers will receive an Albion College Water Bottle as well as an Albion College T-Shirt. All campers will be having lunch in the Baldwin Café on campus (provided in cost).
||Lunch at Baldwin Cafe
Kresge Gym /
What To Bring To Camp
- Volleyball gear and water bottle
Kristin Slamer-de St Aubin
Head Volleyball Coach / Camp Director
Kristin Slamer-de St. Aubin completed her sixth season as head coach of the Albion College volleyball program in 2017, leading the Britons to 18 victories, second-most in a season, and back-toback winning seasons for the first time.
In addition to achieving the program's highest winning percentage in a season, the 2016 squad was one of the best defensive squads in all of Division III, finishing 19th in the nation in digs per set. Setter Ami Milligan was selected as the Sports Imports/American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III National Player of the Week in mid October. Milligan and libero Monica Shuk were all-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association picks.
Slamer-de St. Aubin is a 2007 Albion graduate with a degree in K-12 physical education and secondary health education & she completed a master's degree in educational leadership at Western Michigan University in the spring of 2015.
Slamer-de St. Aubin returned to Albion after a three-year stint as a head high school coach and regional club director from 2009-2012. In that role not only did she double the school's wins with a nearly 20-win season in her second year but also led the program to one of the highest GPAs among all teams at the school. Slamer-de St. Aubin had four athletes receive all-Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference recognition.
From 2007-2008 Slamer-de St. Aubin served as the assistant coach for Northern Michigan University teams that posted 20-win seasons. In her time at Northern Michigan the program participated in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and NCAA Division II tournaments, held national rankings, and had one American Volleyball Coaches Association National Player of the Week. Slamer coached one athlete with All-American recognition, three all-region players, and nine allconference players.
In her time as a player at Albion College, she was a three-year starter and captain. Slamer-de St. Aubin held a MIAA record for kills in a 4 set match and received All MIAA recognition in her career. Her name currently stands in several statistical categories in the Albion College Volleyball record book.
Kristin Slamer-de St. Aubin and her husband, Josh, reside in Marshall with their children Landon and Marley.
Assistant Volleyball Coach
Katelyn Beauregard, an assistant coach and athletic counselor at Springfield College for the past two seasons, joined the Albion College volleyball coaching staff in 2017.
A graduate of Salve Regina University (B.A. psychology, 2015) and Springfield College (M.Ed. in athletic counseling, 2017), Beauregard was a member of the staff as the Pride volleyball program advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Championship in consecutive years.
Responsible for the hitters attacking from the antenna, Beauregard helped the Pride boast the highest hitting percentage in Division III in 2015 and she coached the student-athlete who led Division III in total blocks in 2016.
Beauregard also arrives with six years of club experience with indoor and beach volleyball and she helped establish the Max Performance Volleyball Club in Taunton, Mass.
As a student-athlete at Salve Regina, Beauregard was a four-year starter, four-year academic all-conference award winner, three-year all-conference pick and two-year captain. Named the Rhode Island Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Distinguished Athlete of the Year as a senior, she was a member of Salve Regina's first ECAC New England Championship in 2014.
Please register by
Friday, July 14, 2017.