Get another look inside a Division I college volleyball practice featuring University of California, Irvine Head Coach Ashlie Hain. The comprehensive practice session covers positional training with defensive specialists, outsides, middles, and setters. Numerous techniques and drills are covered with an emphasis on high intensity repetitions. This video is an excellent resource for volleyball coaches or players at any level of competition.
Ashlie Hain is the Head Women's Volleyball Coach at the University of Califonia Irvine (UCI). Hain, a two-time team captain and setter for the Anteaters, played at UCI from 2001-04 and is still the career leader in assists with 5,698 and is fifth in career digs (1,175). She returns to UCI after coaching at American River College (ARC) and serving as a Professor of Kinesiology. Hain amassed 127 wins in six years at ARC and was voted the Conference Coach of the Year as well as the Northern California Coach of the Year in 2013. Ashlie Hain also spent two years in the professional ranks, playing in in Stuttgart, Germany, and Split, Croatia.
Who this course is for:
- Volleyball coaches at any level should take this course. Also, players at high school or college level would benefit from participating in this course
- Students should already be familiar with the basic fundamentals of volleyball. There should be a enough players available to do the drills presented
- Students will know the important volleyball fundamentals of passing, setting, blocking, hitting and serving. They will know several of the best drills to practice to achieve success in volleyball