University of Hawai‘i wahine assistant coach Mike Sealy will be part of the Speed and Quickness volleyball clinic opening Tuesday.
Coming on the heels of a highly-successful football clinic, Sealy will be joined by Hawai‘i players Tara Hittle, an All-WAC player, Nickie Thomas and Dani Mafua.
The first volleyball clinic will open Tuesday morning at Waimea High School with youth players ages 5 through 12 invited to the session that runs from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Youth players 13 and older are invited to the second session that runs from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The second of the three clinics will be held Wednesday at the Kaua‘i High School gym following the same schedule, and the final clinic will be at the Kapa‘a High School gym, Thursday.
The volleyball clinic is the final of three clinics brought to Kaua‘i by the Speed and Quickness program which is designed to help athletes become faster, quicker and excel in all sports.
The clinics are free to Kaua‘i participants and are sponsored by the county of Kaua‘i.
Participants are asked to report to the clinic of their choice at least 45 minutes before the starting time for pre-registration.
For more information, call Roy Nishida at 635-6676.