2019 East Coast Elite Summer Volleyball Camp

Camp Location: 15930 Good Hope Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20905

Space is limited to 25 players per session

online registration is closed, walk-in is limited.

Session 1: June 24 – June 29, 9 am – 4 pm

Session 2: July 8 – July 12, 9 am – 4 pm

  • Camp Tuition: $330 per player per session (age 10+)
  • Payment: Cash or Check made out to “ECE VBC” (bring to the Camp Director on the 1st day of Camp)
  • Required Registration Form: bring the completed 2019 ECE VBC summer camp release and waiver of liability medical history form to the Camp Director on the 1st day of Camp.
  • AM/PM pickup: $5 per player per day for AM pickup, free for PM pickup (scroll down for details)
  • After Camp care: 4 pm – 6 pm, $5 per hour per player

Have questions? Please call 410-570-3023 or email Camp Director

== AM/PM pickup location (Please must email Camp Director the night before):

AM Pickup location#1: 8:05 – 8:15 am @ Ellicott City H-Mart (Address: 3301 N. Ridge Road., Ellicott City, MD 21043)

AM Pickup location#2: 8:20 -8:30 am @ Clarksville Columbia Bank parking lot (Address: 6030 Daybreak Circle, Clarksville, MD 21029)

PM pickup location: 4:30 pm @ 10695 Graeloch Rd., Laurel, MD 20723

== After Camp care (Please must email Camp Director the night before): 4 pm – 6 pm, $5 per hour per player

== Free iced water/lemonade are provided to all players every day at the camp site.

== Free pizza lunch provided to all players on Friday.

== Players are responsible for bringing their own lunch (and personal snack if needed) to the camp every day.


Head Coach: Dayu Tsau – ECE Club Coach

Assistant Coach: Joy Zhou- ECE Club and Coaching Director


About Coach Dayu

Head Coach Dayu

Coach Dayu has two years of high school varsity experience as a starting player on the Montgomery County Walt Whitman High School team, playing as a utility player in many different positions. Coach Dayu has also played for 3 years on the University of Maryland Men’s Club Volleyball team, also playing as a utility player in the form of libero, setter, and wing spiker. He has played for 6 years and then coached for the past 5 years under the tutelage of fellow ECE coach “Joy” Xiaolan Zhou at a volleyball clinic in Montgomery County.

Dayu’s coaching experience is not limited to volleyball.  Having been a competitive swimmer for the majority of high school, he has coached for the Montgomery County Swim League during the summer seasons since age 16.  As a former assistant coach of the TallyHo Swim Club program, Dayu has coached children of all ages on the swim team, teaching them both life-saving skills as well as competitive values while still maintaining a fun atmosphere.  The team has won 3 division titles during the years he has coached and is currently ranked within the top 6 of the 91 teams of the league, rising from the “H” division from when he started coaching to the top “A” division in the county league.

Coach Dayu’s coaching style is high energy and involves encouraging and developing team-based abilities including communication and court awareness in order to achieve team goals as opposed to relying on individuals to bring success to the team. He believes that working hard and having fun at the same time is essential to developing a player’s physical, mental, and social growth within the team.  He is IMPACT certified.

About Coach Joy

First left in the picture: Coach Joy

Coach Joy has a long and prestigious history in women’s volleyball.  Nicknamed “The Tienanmen Wall” after the stone gate that separates the Imperial City from the Forbidden City in Peking, Joy established herself as an intimidating blocker when the Chinese emerged as the world’s preeminent women’s volleyball team in the 1980s. During that time, Joy served as a starting middle on the Chinese teams that won the World Cup Tournament in 1981 and the World Championship in 1982.Her career on the Chinese women’s national team culminated in a gold medal victory at the 1984 Olympic games. After retiring from professional volleyball, Joy went on to serve as the Volleyball Program Director in China. Since relocating to the United States in 1994, Joy has coached various levels of volleyball players, including NCAA Division I teams and elite juniors programs in DC and Maryland.  Joy’s philosophy of coaching centers on teamwork, advanced skills training, and providing a challenging training environment.



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