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The Premier Youth Volleyball Camp in Northwest Arkansas

Become the Player Coaches Trust

5th-8th Grade Girls • June 10-13

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3-in-1 Development


Develop the on-court skills needed to get noticed by coaches and help your team win more games


Learn the leadership skills and behaviors needed to become your best and lead your teammates


Build a resilient mindset that separates you form the pack and improves your performance

What Parents are Saying About RYG Athletics...

“Wow, where to start… My daughter came home from camp in the afternoon and took naps (not normal for her), so I knew she was being pushed and exerting herself. The classroom training was a big draw. There aren't camps or programs that focus on teaching athletes the fundamentals of the game, and the mental strength and conditioning needed to make it. She had practice during the week of camp, and I immediately saw a difference in her level of confidence and on-court play. She was a different player after just a few days at camp! The camp was professional, thoughtful, and smooth. The way they worked with the kids was very impressive. It was clear that you had their attention, but more importantly, their respect.

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Anelda Venter

“The ability to keep the kids engaged in classroom learning and then take those new skills out onto the court for practice, feedback, and refinement is an excellent model. The kids wanted to learn about the theory because they were excited to put it into action. Clearly, the concepts were presented in a way that took the theory and made it a lasting reality. Well done.”

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Chad Smith

Don't Let Your Athlete Miss Their Shot

Even though young , many of them never achieve their dreams because they lack volleyball IQ, play with poor habits, and lack a resilient mindset.

They Need to Learn How to Play the Game Differently

At RYG, your child will develop a high volleyball IQ, special on-court habits, and a resilient mindset, so they can make the team, help their team win, and become their best.

What Happens at Camp

23 hours of on-court development

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7 hours of classroom learning


Meet the Director:

Jordan Neal

Jordan Neal will be directing the RYG Athletics Volleyball Camp this summer!

Jordan Neal completed his third season as an Assistant Coach at Arkansas in 2023. In that time, three Razorbacks have received All-American status, (Jill Gillen, Taylor Head, and Hannah Hogue), and four athletes have represented seven times on All-SEC teams. 

As a team, the Razorbacks have excelled, appearing in the program's first NCAA Elite Eight in 2023, and finishing the season with a program-best #8 AVCA ranking. In 2022 the Razorbacks made it to the NCAA Second Round finishing the year ranked in the AVCA Top 25. 

In the last three seasons, the Razorbacks are 69-26 (.726) with 7 wins against Top 25 teams and a 4-2 record in the NCAA Tournament.

Prior to Arkansas, Neal coached at Highland High School in Gilbert, Arizona

While at Highland High School, Jordan won the school’s first Region Coach of the Year award. His teams also won the school’s first region championship and twice finished ranked top 5 in Arizona. In that time, Highland produced 19 All-Region Selections and 6 All-State honors.

Jordan is married to Audrey and has a son Carson and a daughter Lily.

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What People Say About Coach Neal...

"Coach Neal brings a style of coaching that instructs, uplifts, and challenges you to be the best version of yourself both physically and mentally. He provides direct, informative training that develops not only skills but knowledge of the game as well. He is a very dedicated, intentional coach, that cares deeply for his players and their progress."

Gracie Ryan

Gracie Ryan

All SEC Setter, University of Arkansas

"Jordan is, first and foremost, an outstanding teacher. He has a passion for developing and mentoring young people that is clear in his coaching demeanor & the way he creates a beautiful space for athletes to learn."

Suzie Fritz

Suzie Fritz

Associate Head Coach, University of Arkansas

"Coach Neal is incredibly organized. Your athlete will learn solid fundamentals of the game as well as strategies of the game that will separate them from the rest.  Most importantly though, they will learn these things while PLAYING the game!  Your athlete will be learning how to improve their game as they play the game. How fun is that!!  Coach Neal is as passionate about helping others as he is about volleyball.  You won’t be disappointed!"

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Gary Hogue

Father of All American Hannah Hogue

The Next Steps


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Apply everything you learn on the court and in the classroom to raise your game

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Entering 5th-8th Grade Girls


Camp Details:
  • Dates: June 10-13
  • Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Ages: Entering 5th-8th Grade Girls
  • Spots: 60 max—1 left!
  • Location: Springdale Parks and Recreation
  • Director: Jordan Neal, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach

The RYG Guarantee

If your child attends camp and you're not satisfied with their experience, we'll refund 100% of your money.

Meet the Founder: Coach Luke

Luke Gromer is a junior high English teacher and basketball coach in Northwest Arkansas, and he is the founder of RYG Athletics. He holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Education.

Luke has spent over a decade working at or directing summer camps.

He's been coaching basketball for 4th-9th graders in Northwest Arkansas for the past 7 years, and he's a certified PPR Pickleball Coach.

Luke also created and hosted The Cutting Edge Coaching Podcast where he conducted over 100 interviews on coaching with some of the top coaches, experts, and leaders from across sports.

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What Coaches Say About Coach Luke...

“Luke is a high-level coach and teacher of the game. He’s passionate about using sport to positively impact the lives of young people. I have no doubt that RYG Basketball Camps will help numerous young players become better basketball players, and more importantly, better people!

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Brad Friess

AAO Founder & Executive Director

"Luke is an intentional and well studied teacher of the game. He has a great approach to teaching and is one of the most prepared and effective I have been around."

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Tyler Coston

SAVI Performance, Former College Player and Coach

"I’ve known Luke for several years, and I’m always impressed with the job he does teaching the game to players. Not only does he deeply care about their skill development, but he also puts a premium on building their confidence and character as well. Any player would benefit from working with him!"

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Matt McLeod

PGC Basketball Director, 3x Texas HS Coach of the Year

"Coach Luke has consistently impressed me since we met nearly 5 years ago. He has tremendous perspective about the game of basketball and the methods for teaching the game. Luke’s attention to detail, organization, and preparedness, as well as a commitment to establishing strong rapport with athletes have inspired me to be better in my craft!"

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Jordan Rose

Local HS Coach

Get a Sneak Peek at Camp

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Volleyball Camp Preview PDF


Is my child good enough for camp?

Skill and ability levels will vary from camp to camp, but we commit to finding the right level of difficulty and competition for each player within a session.

If your child loves volleyball and likes to work hard, they'll love our camp! 

If they don't love volleyball, or they're not motivated to raise their game, then RYG probably isn't the best place for them.

What's the ratio of campers to coaches?

Each camp is led by a director, then athletes are split into groups based on ability level with a court coach.

The ratio of court coaches to athletes is between 1/12 and 1/15.

What's the daily schedule like?

Here's an outline of a typical day at an RYG Athletics Volleyball Camp:

  • Classroom #1
    • 9:00-9:45
  • Court #1
    • 9:45-11:45
  • Lunch
    • 11:45-12:15
  • Classroom #2
    • 12:15-1:00
  • Court #2
    • 1:00-3:00
What does the classroom time consist of?

Each dynamic classroom session includes teaching and film in 3 areas:

  1. Volleyball skills
  2. Leadership skills
  3. Mindset skills
What's different about what RYG does on the court?

A lot!

First, RYG Athletics camps use a Constraints-Led Approach to coaching underpinned by the Ecological Dynamics theoretical framework.

In short: We have a WHY behind our WHAT. 

Everything we do on court is about developing adaptable skills that actually transfer to the game.

Too many camps, clinics, and practices attempt to isolate skills outside of the context they occur in. This isn't how volleyball skills are learned or the game is played.

We put all our athletes in games or game-like situations that help the skills and habits we're teaching emerge. When they use these skills in a game-like context, it makes it more likely that those skills will transfer to the game.

What if my athlete doesn't enjoy camp?

We offer a 100% money back guarantee. If you or your child is not satisfied with their experience at camp, we'll refund your registration fee. 

Is lunch provided?

No, lunch is not provided.

Athletes will need to bring a sack lunch each day.