On Sunday, December 2, participants will join Dana Hall Varsity Volleyball coaches Graham Masiiwa and Alyson Gilberg, as well as members of the Dana Hall volleyball program, for an afternoon clinic from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Shipley Center.
Dana Hall coaches and players teach young girls about game fundamentals and volleyball skills—all in an atmosphere fueled by fun, interactivity, and aspiration. The clinic will be held indoors in the Shipley Center gymnasium. Girls are grouped by age and ability.
Dana Hall School's Girls Athletic Clinics provide an opportunity for girls in grades 1-5 to enjoy athletic clinics among a variety of sports throughout the year.
Graham Masiiwa works in Dana Hall's Admission and Athletics departments, as an Admissions Counselor and Athletics Coach. This is his 16th year at Dana Hall School. He has coached Volleyball during his entire tenure; under his leadership, the team has won several EIL championships and has reached the final round of the NEPSAC Class B Tournament. He has also coached JV Field Hockey, JV Lacrosse and Middle School Basketball.
Alyson Gilberg is in her first year as the assistant coach of Dana Hall's varsity volleyball team. She previously coached varsity girls volleyball from 2000-2002 at the Winchendon School and then from 2002-2007 at St. Timothy's School. Alyson also coached the junior varsity boys volleyball team at St. Paul's School in Maryland from 2008-2010. Alyson is a 2000 graduate of Bowdoin College, where she played volleyball.