Camps will run from April 21-May 19
The spring clinics run through Feb. 17-March 10
Camps set to run from Nov. 4 - Dec. 2
The fall clinics will take place Sept. 9, 16, 23 and 30 from 6-7:15 p.m.
Veterans and rookies alike put on a display of offense in the preseason exhibition match
Assistant Coach Todd Chamberlain
Todd Chamberlain begins his third year as an assistant coach at Kansas for the 2012 season. At KU, Chamberlain trains the Jayhawks' outside attackers and serves as the team's video coordinator and alumni contact, while assisting with recruitment.
Under Chamberlain's watch, outside hitter Allison Mayfield turned in a Big 12-best 4.16 kills per set in 2011 en route to becoming the Jayhawks' all-time kills leader in a single season (462). Mayfield was later named to the All-Big 12 team. He was highly instrumental in the development of Chelsea Albers and Sara McClinton, who each took on starting roles in their freshman season (2011). McClinton finished third on the team with 2.34 kills per set.
In 2010, Chamberlain's first season, the Jayhawks broke the 1,500-kill mark as a team.
Chamberlain arrived at Kansas following a one-year stint as the volunteer assistant women's coach at the University of Kentucky, during which the Wildcats experienced one of the most successful seasons in program history. In 2009, Kentucky finished 29-5 overall, appeared in the NCAA Tournament for the fifth consecutive year and advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1992.
While at UK, three players earned All-America honors, including honorable mention outside hitter Sarah Mendoza. Mendoza finished the season as the Southeastern Conference leader with 4.12 kps.
Chamberlain played volleyball for four seasons at Ball State University, where he earned first-team All-Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) honors as a senior after pacing the squad with 3.29 kills per set. Ball State was nationally ranked for portions of all four of Chamberlain's seasons; the Cardinals compiled a 78-39 (.667) record during those years.
No stranger to the coaching sidelines, Chamberlain has guided several teams to national and state titles. For two seasons Chamberlain worked as an assistant coach under Steve Shondell for Burris High School in Muncie, Ind. The Burris squad captured the 2-A state championship in both 2008 and 2009. Chamberlain also worked with Mike Lingerfelter as an assistant coach for the Munciana Samurai 18-1 Club team. That squad went on to capture not only the 2009 AAU national championship, but also the 2009 JVDA national championship.
In addition to his collegiate playing career, Chamberlain was a left side attacker on the 2006 Youth National team that played internationally in Cabo Frio, Brazil. In 2007, Chamberlain was a left side attacker for the Junior National training team that practiced at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Chamberlain has served as a camp counselor for camps at Kentucky, Purdue and his alma mater. Additionally, Chamberlain has instructed at elite camps hosted by Saint Louis and the Kentucky-Indiana Volleyball Association (KIVA).
Chamberlain, a native of Louisville, Ky., graduated in 2009 from Ball State with a bachelor's degree in communications. He began his volleyball career as a star-athlete at Louisville's Trinity High School.