Volleyball Training with AVP Beach Volleyball Pro Athlete, Kerri Schuh
Enspire365 is proud to welcome back Kerri Schuh, an AVP Pro Beach Volleyball player! This is truly an amazing opportunity for volleyball players to train with a PROFESSIONAL volleyball athlete! Kerri is from Kaukauna and played college volleyball for the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Kerri played professional indoor volleyball and then transitioned to professional beach volleyball. She knows what it takes to excel on the court and in the sand!
We are offering TWO Practice with a Pro! Volleyball Clinics on Saturday, February 24th – one for girls 14 & under, and one for girls 15 & older. Each clinic will be 3 hours and will focus on passing, serving, setting, serve receive, defense, blocking, aggressive play at the net, hitting, and game strategy.
Saturday, February 24th, 2018
9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Volleyball clinic for girls 14 & under
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Volleyball clinic for girls 15 & older
Cost: $80 (includes a t-shirt)
Click HERE to register! **REGISTER by 2/19/18 and receive a FREE T-Shirt!
*Each training session will be limited to a maximum of 20 athletes.
One-on-One Volleyball Training:
One on one training is available with Kerri on February 23rd, 24th and 25th.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a 60 minute session.
About Kerri Schuh – AVP Beach Volleyball Pro Athlete:
Kerri first started her volleyball career at Kaukana High School. She played club volleyball for Fox Cities Elite. With a few years of learning the sport and growing the love for the game, she earned a scholarship to play at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Kerri had a very successful college career at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She finished in the top five in school history for kills and
blocks. She ranked fourth in blocks (394) and fifth in kills (1,213). In 2011, she recorded 360 kills and finished with a .238 attack percentage. During her five seasons (2007-2011) at UWM, the Panthers won four Horizon League regular season championships and advanced to the NCAA Tournament three times. She wrapped up her playing career at UWM in 2011 and will go down as one of the most decorated players in Panthers volleyball history. Kerri was
twice named the Horizon League Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011, AVCA Honorable Mention All-American, and AVCA All-Region.
Kerri played professional indoor volleyball for one year in the PVL (Premier Volleyball League). She competed for the Wisconsin Badger Blizzards team during the 2012-2013 season. When Kerri is not playing, she shares her knowledge with the youth. Kerri has helped develop many college-bound and college hopeful beach volleyball athletes along with teaching the basics to the youngest of generations. Kerri gained collegiate coaching experience as an assistant at Wisconsin Lutheran College for the 2012-2015 indoor seasons. She also started a business centered on giving private and group volleyball lessons.
In 2015, Kerri fully committed herself to the outdoor game. She moved to California to surround herself with the best resources and competition. She played her way into 5 professional events, with 7th place as her top finish for both 2015 and 2016 AVP beach seasons. Kerri continues to work towards her goals which include: becoming a top player on the AVP tour and establishing herself on the world tour. She’s also got her eye on the 2020 Olympics! On her journey, she wants to give back to the younger generations in hopes to help more dreams become a reality.