Director: Baltimore Elite Volleyball Club
Baltimore Elite VBC is hosting 5 sessions of camp this summer including two High Performance Sessions and three All Skills Sessions! Click on our SUMMER CAMP tab for all the information! We will continue to update the website if anything changes. We will be limiting the number of participants this year, so register early to reserve your spot! All sessions will be held at the Odenton Sports Center.
COVID-19 Precautions: Camp size will be limited to 10 players per side, all balls will be sanitized before camp and after camp each night, hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the facility, masks must be worn in the common area and restrooms (masks don't have to be worn on the court during play), each player's personal items will be placed 6 ft. from another player, players must bring their own water bottles and masks, and temperatures will be taken each night at check-in. Odenton Sports Center is also taking all necessary precautions for cleaning all surfaces and equipment.
Baltimore Elite VBC is thrilled to announce the addition of 4 more college coaches to our coaching staff this season!
Coach Sanky Sanny is the assistant coach at Morgan State University. Prior to MSU, Sanny was the assistant coach at Holy Family University in Philadelphia, PA, where he helped the team compile a 52-16 overall record and a 33-5 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference mark in two seasons. During his time with Holy Family, Sanny mentored the CACC Player of the Year, AVCA East Region Player of the Year and AVCA 3rd Team All-American Chase Wassel. Sanny coached for Infinity Volleyball Academy in Hatfield, PA, he's a USA Volleyball CAP I certified coach, AVCA member, and a USA Volleyball High Performance tryout evaluator. He earned Most Valuable Player honors in 2015 and helped Temple finish 9th at the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation Tournament in Reno, NV. Sanny has been a part of Kerala Volleyball League of North America since 2010 and toured all around North America and Canada playing for the Tampa Tigers. Coach Sanny will be coaching our 16 WHITE team this season.
Coach Kathy Frankowski comes to Goucher with five years of Division III head coaching experience and nine years of collegiate coaching experience as a volleyball coach. She has coached in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) for the last five years after serving as the head coach for four seasons at Mitchell College (2014-17) and one season at Newbury College in 2018 before the college closed its doors at the end of the academic year. Coach Frankowski also has collegiate coaching experience as an assistant coach at Southern Connecticut State University (2012-14), Southern New Hampshire University (2011) and notched her collegiate coaching start at her alma mater Plymouth State University (2011). Coach Frankowski will be coaching our 17 NAVY team this season.
Henry DeTitta has served as the Head Volleyball Coach at Notre Dame of Maryland University since 2007 and is one of the most successful coaches in school history. He earned his first CSAC Championship in 2018 and was named the CSAC Coach of the Year. The Gators have made seven appearances in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) tournament since he took over.
In 2013, DeTitta coached the program's first ever Rookie of the Year while the team finished ranked nationally in aces and digs.
Before arriving at Notre Dame, DeTitta was an assistant women’s volleyball coach at UMBC, where he was a four year member of the men’s club volleyball team. DeTitta is actively involved in USA Volleyball (USAV) teams and doubles tournaments and has played in several regional championships and was an All-Regional Team setter. He also competed at USAV Nationals for six years. Coach DeTitta will be coaching our 18 NAVY team this season.
A recent graduate of Morgan State University, Milan Amos is in her first year as an assistant coach with the Coppin State volleyball team in 2019. Coach Amos played collegiately at Morgan State University and played her high school ball at nearby Dulaney High School in Timonium, MD., where she led the Lions to four-straight Baltimore County Championships and a Maryland State 4A Championship as a junior. Amos was a First Team All-Baltimore County selection all four years and earned All-Metro honors in each of her last three seasons, including first team accolades as a senior. Coach Amos will be coaching our 18 NAVY team this season.
WELCOME TO THE BALTIMORE ELITE FAMILY!
Congratulations to 13 Navy, 14 Navy, 15 Navy, 16 Navy, and 17 Navy for making history this past season after all 5 teams earned a spot in the 2020 CHRVA Bid Regional Championships! We are so proud of you!
COLLEGE COMMITMENT UPDATE: This past season was a record-breaking year with 19 Class of 2019 Baltimore Elite athletes playing collegiately this fall!
Generally if Baltimore County Schools are closed or close early due to inclement weather, all practices will be cancelled that evening. Occasionally the private schools we use are open when Baltimore County schools are closed, so each team will receive an email notification regarding practice.
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http://www.chrva.org/page/show/223605-scorer-certification-instructionsEach team will need certified scorekeepers and referees. For CHVRA requirements and instructions, click the pertinent link below.