Volleyball Works with Local Kids at Flo Hyman Clinic
Sept. 15, 2012
HOUSTON — University of Houston Volleyball took time out of hosting the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup to host an hour-long clinic for local children on Saturday afternoon in the Athletics/Alumni Center.
The clinic was held in between the Cougars’ two matches during the second day of the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup. The team, under first year head coach Kaddie Platt, worked with children on basic volleyball skills, while showing what Houston Volleyball is all about as a program.
The Cougars continue to build relationships in the local community and give back to those who support them on and off the court. The team worked with Generation One in late August. For a full recap on that event, click here.
“It was a privilege to host a local kids clinic in honor of Flo Hyman and her accomplishments as a Cougar and to the sport of volleyball,” said Platt. “Our team enjoyed the young players’ company as we all love to see aspiring young girls achieve success in our sport.”
IN HONOR OF FLO HYMAN