A coaching staff of almost 50 will work at the 2022 Women’s National Team Open Program on Feb. 25-27 at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Feb. 17, 2022) – More than 200 women’s volleyball players are expected to converge on the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs on Feb. 25-27 for the USAV Women’s National Team Open Program.
The Women’s National Team Open Program (WNTOP), formerly known as the Open Tryout, is a part of the selection process for the U.S Women’s National Team, NCAA Elite Athlete List, and 2022 Collegiate National Team.
Led by U.S. Women’s Head Coach Karch Kiraly, the Women’s National Team staff and volleyball coaches from around the country, athletes will participate in skill-specific activities and match play throughout the Open Program.
Due to COVID concerns, spectators will not be allowed in the gym. Fans can watch the WNTOP online on Baller.TV.
Players from colleges and universities around the country are registered for the three-day event, including nine from the University of Louisville, eight from the University of Tennessee and seven from the University of Florida.
The Open Program was made available to current and recently graduated, college-age athletes born in the years 1997-2003 inclusive. Athletes born outside of this age group had to get special permission to attend.
The 2022 U.S. Women’s Collegiate National Team (WCNT) will train on June 19-25 in Anaheim, Calif., alongside U.S. Women’s National Team athletes and staff. This immersive training experience will help accelerate the development of top collegiate athletes and give athletes an inside look at the culture and training of Olympic gold medalists.
To view the full WNTOP roster, visit usavolleyball.org/play/national-team-development-program.
To view the coaches who will work at the camp, visit go.usav.org/2922WNT.