There are a number of Illinois volleyball clubs for girls to choose from.
Prep volleyball coaching and their own line of clothes are offered At
Attack Volleyball Club
Part of the Great Lakes Volleyball Region, the Attack Volleyball club
provides youth and junior volleyball training opportunities for players of
differing skill levels.
Both boys and high school girls volleyball players participate in state,
regional and national volleyball tournaments.
Attack Volleyball club, directed by Pam Campbell has six girls volleyball
and four boys volleyball teams competing in varying age brackets
12 Girls Team
13 Girls Team
14 Girls Team
15 Girls Team
16 Girls Team
17 Girls Team
14 Boys Team
15 Boys Team
16 Boys Team
17 Boys Team
Illinois Volleyball Clubs: College Prep
Individual teams can upload their club volleyball pages to the Attack
web site and keep them updated allowing college volleyball recruiters a
chance to review player accomplishments.
The website is used as a way to maintain constant parent
communication and to provide notifications of scheduled meetings.
Illinois Volleyball Clubs: Volleykids Learn How To Play Volleyball
A new program designed to teach kindergarten to sixth-grade children
with little or no experience how to play volleyball is called Volleykids.
Volleyball coaching is provided in a six-week long program for two hours
a week which is divided between volleyball practice and competition.
The youth volleyball drills for Volleykids are conducted on a smaller
volleyball court, lower net and a softer volleyball ball is used.
Volleyball instruction for Volleykids centers on teaching proper volleyball
technique for various skills, introducing basic volleyball rules like the
development of three contacts to a side and incorporating fun volleyball
The goal is to "introduce the sport of volleyball to younger children while
building a solid base of fundamentals by teaching proper volleyball
A full line of Attack Club Volleyball clothes ranging from long sleeve
t-shirts, volleyball shorts, hats, sweat pants, funky tye-dyed tee shirts,
and fleece jackets may be ordered from the club's website and are
usually worn by club players and fans at volleyball tournaments or
Illinois Volleyball Clubs: Camps
In partnership with the village of Orlando Park, Attack VBC is now
offering their own beach volleyball camps, along with club classes,
volleyball Camps and Volleykids sessions.
Attack VBC staff is committed to giving their best effort to "ensure all
athletes have the greatest experience and leave knowing it was worth
the time and expense."
Illinois Volleyball Clubs: Circus VBC
Girls learn to play volleyball at a fun volleyball club with a fun name.
A mainstay on Chicago's club volleyball scene, Circus Volleyball club was
founded thirty years ago by Dave Boze, who started the club with only
one freshman volleyball team in 1980.
Dave, who was nicknamed "Bozo" gave the new volleyball club its name
in response to people calling the club "Dave Boze's Circus."
Circus is the oldest volleyball club in the Great Lakes Region and for the
2009-2010 season has six volleyball teams--one 18s, four 16s, and one
Rich Vrba has been the director of this relatively small volleyball club
with approximately 200 members for ten years.
Despite its size, Circus has a rich history in competing and winning at
the AAU National volleyball tournaments and competitions, where it
garnered four national titles, five silver medals and three times finished
third--all within a short time after the club's birth.
Circus volleyball club coaches are former high school and college
volleyball players and coaches who've coached at the club anywhere
from two to seven years.
In the 1980s, the Circus volleyball club program embraced the
importance of learning to play volleyball by traveling and experiencing
Circus volleyball teams have competed overseas in the Virgin Islands,
Denmark, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Stockholm and Copenhagen. In the 90s
Circus volleyball teams continued to travel and learned to play volleyball
domestically in locations that included New Orleans, Miami, Ft.
Lauderdale and Key West.
To be the best you have to learn to play volleyball against the best,
and so Circus volleyball club players travel to compete currently in some
of the largest junior club volleyball tournaments located in Indiana,
Michigan, Wisconsin, and Missouri.
The club is based out of Jane Addams Junior High School and boasts a
significant number of players who have received college volleyball
scholarships. "Since 1980, 110 Circus graduates received college
volleyball scholarships to over 70 different universities."
A few Circus alumni players include:
Liz Berg - North Carolina
Chris White - Michigan
Lindsay Trudell - Indiana University
Vikki Simonis - University of the Pacific
Karen Staab - Minnesota
Kristin Roman - Wisconsin
Karlin Sander - Southwest Missouri
Cindy Novak - Bradley
Kim Norris - Regis
Kim Neiman - Purdue
Katie Meyer - Rice
Marianne Nance - North Carolina
Katie Lotarski - Florida State
Debbie Lund - Miami-Ohio
Sara Aldrich - Georgia Tech
Jessi Bornack - University of Connecticut
Heather Brewster - Eastern Illinois
Illinois Volleyball Clubs: Eastside VBC
Volleyball scholarships from college volleyball teams are a priority at Eastside VBC.
Having put the "a" in "ambitious" when it comes to assisting their club
volleyball players with receiving college volleyball scholarship offers, the
Eastside Volleyball Club has adopted a proactive system to its college
volleyball recruitment program.
Eastside VBC hosts Recruiting Combines held at various locations, where
they record data for Speed, Power, Agility, Reaction, and Quickness of
participating volleyball players.
After the physical information is registered, players have a chance to
demonstrate their abilities at their volleyball positions in simulated game
Players are designated by a numbering system utilizing arm bands,
afterwards data is compiled at each event and is distributed on the
volleyball player's behalf by Eastside VBC to recruiters present at the
event or who request the information from club director Tim Van de
Located at 1621 Highview Road in East Peoria, Illinois, Eastside VBC is
considered one of the foremost junior volleyball clubs in the area and
has positioned itself to be the kind of committed club volleyball program
the future college volleyball player and/or the future recreational
volleyball player will seek out first.
2010 Eastside VBC Volleyball Tournaments Schedule
The Eastside VBC offers a volleyball tournament series that features the
use of premier venues at the University of Illinois - Activity and
Recreation Center (Champaign), Illinois Wesleyan - Shirk Center
(Bloomington), Hidden Cove (Bourbonnais), and River Plex (Peoria).
They also host volleyball tournaments at the River Plex (Peoria, IL),
Eastern Illinois University (Chaleston, IL), and each volleyball team that
participates in the Eastside VBC volleyball tournament series is
guaranteed 5-7 matches in a two-day event and 3-5 matches in a
Illinois Volleyball Clubs: Incentive Program, VIP Program
Eastside VBC offers a volume discount for programs that enter multiple
volleyball teams and dates. Information regarding the Eastside VIP
(Volleyball Incentive Program) can be found on the club website.
Players who come to Eastside VBC can expect to receive quality
volleyball instruction, make new friendships, increased discipline,
exposure to college volleyball recruiters, top level competition, volleyball
conditioning, leaderships skills, education, and fun volleyball drills.
Coaching Youth Volleyball
Eastside VBC offers coaching to youth volleyball players, including the
youngest and most inexperienced who can sign up for VolleyKids I and
VolleyKids II program.
It is open to boys and girls aged 7 to 11 and offers volleyball league
The commitment is roughly the same time frame as the regular season,
but it is the kind of volleyball league that's perfect for the complete
This youth volleyball program is new to the Eastside Volleyball Club and
headed up by Diane Lauterbach.
Two-time Olympian and local celebrity Caren Kemner is scheduled to
conduct a series of volleyball skills clinics which cover training and
education on basic volleyball skills, volleyball technique and advanced
parts of the game.
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About Breakfast Club 60
Elite training for very advanced hard working players who INTEND to play volleyball in college.
Exclusive opportunity to train with teammates/friends with similar high goals and are ready to push YOU and themselves to improve.
Not for the curious, weak hearted or distracted player, we do more in 60 minutes than most clubs and teams do in three hours.
If you’ve never attended a Breakfast Club class contact Coach April BEFORE registering.
About Brunch Club 60
Perfect for regular Boot Camp class players and players who've ALREADY played on a City of Las Vegas/NYS Elite local league team and who're interested in more advanced training and/or trying out for the Volleycats Elite 14s/15s/ local team competing in June/July/August.
Ten (10) - intensive 60-minute sessions of semi-private (small groups of six) volleyball practices
Sessions are a specially designed mix of skills conducted by Coach April within the one hour session