Thursday, July 18 & Friday, July 19, 2019
The Albion College Team Camp is for the High School Varsity Team looking to improve their team for the upcoming season through highly competitive match play at a bargain level price. Campers can expect to play in over 10+ competitions during their two days in attendance.
||Camp Welcome Kresge Gym
||Breakfast for Residents
||Kresge Gym: Team Wash Drill Sessions
||Team Warm Ups
Kresge Gym /
What To Bring To Camp
- Volleyball gear and water bottle
- Towels and toiletries (residents)
- Sheets/bedding (residents)
- Alarm clock and fan (residents)
(8 Players are required for participation. Albion College will provide room and board for one coach per 8 players).
Residential — $115 per individual. Teams must consist of eight or more participants.
2-Day Commuter — $85 per individual. Teams must consist of eight or more participants.
1-Day Commuter — $60 per individual. Teams must consist of eight or more participants.
Kristin Slamer-de St Aubin
Head Volleyball Coach / Camp Director
Kristin Slamer-de St. Aubin achieved a career milestone in 2017 by becoming the coach with the most wins in the history of the Albion volleyball program.
The Britons achieved even more in 2018, securing 17 victories and winning a Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association match, both firsts for the program since the 2009 season.
In seven seasons, de St. Aubin has led the Britons to 78 victories. The Britons achieved winning seasons in 2015, 2016 and 2018 and reached the semifinal round of the MIAA Tournament in 2017 and 2018.
Albion placed three student-athletes on the all-MIAA squad in 2017, and libero Monica Shuk was selected as the league's Defensive MVP, a first for the Albion program.
Shuk gained another all-MIAA first team award in 2018, and she was joined by teammates Taylor Rosenthal (first team), Marie Pregenzer (second team) and Grace VanDorn (second team) as all-MIAA selections.
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, arguably one of the toughest Class A conferences in the state. In addition to her coaching resume, she was a health education teacher for three years at Loy Norrix High School in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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 all-conference players. In addition to her assistant coaching duties, Slamer-de St. Aubin ran high school camps and clinics, held recruiting and scouting responsibilities, was responsible for monitoring academic progress of student-athletes, facilitated and monitored athletes strength and conditioning, coordinated team travel, and served as an instructor in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department.
In her time as a player at Albion College, she was a three-year starter and captain. Slamer-de St. Aubin tallied 27 kills in a 2004 contest against Tri-State which stood as the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association record for a four-set match. Listed among the honorable mention players in the MIAA in 2006, she currently holds the career digs record at Albion.
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
Monday, July 8, 2019.