Volleyball info about youth volleyball clubs like Southern California VBC.
At the Southern California Volleyball Club both boys and volleyball girls
have the opportunity to participate in competitive volleyball play on a
regional as well as a national level.
Volleyball Info About The Teams at SCVC
The age groups are the standard 10 to 18 year ranges and for 2010, the
SCVC volleyball teams for the Boys are two 18s, one 17s, one 16s, 15s,
14s, 13, and 12 while for the girls volleyball teams there's one of each
18s, 17s, 16s, 15s, two 14s, one 13s, two 12s and one 9-10s.
What isn't standard at SCVC is the high level of competition at which
the athletes compete and the consistent production of well-trained
volleyball teams that leave their mark at national junior volleyball
tournaments year after year.
Although it's not a large club in comparison to other junior volleyball club
programs in Southern Cal and around the country, SCVC has established
itself as a virtual powerhouse to be reckoned with when it comes to
winning medals or finishing on the championship stand at the Junior
Olympic Volleyball Tournaments and/or Junior National Volleyball
SCVC Volleyball Teams At The Junior Olympic Volleyball Tournaments
and Junior Nationals
In 2002, the Boys 16s and 18s Open volleyball teams were bronze
medalists at the Junior National Championships, in 2003 the girls 18s
were gold medalists at the Junior Olympic Volleyball Tournaments while
the Boys 16s Open won bronze and the Boys 17s Open were national
champions at the Junior National Championships.
In 2004, the Boys 18s Open were national champions at Junior
In 2005 the Girls 18s National team won the bronze medal at the Junior
Olympic Volleyball Tournament while the Girls 14s won silver and Boys
17s Open were bronze medalists at Junior Nationals.
In 2007, the Girls 15s finished with a bronze at the Junior Olympic
Volleyball Tournament and the following year both the Boys 14s Open
and Girls 18s Open were Junior Olympic Volleyball bronze medalists.
Last year, in '09 the Boys 16s Open were Junior Olympic Volleyball
bronze medalists while the Girls 13s Club claimed the gold medal.
Volleyball Info About SCVB Instruction
With an eye on the long term possibilities for each volleyball player that
enters their program, the SCVC philosophy centers on preparing their
athletes for competition at the club, high school volleyball, collegiate,
international and Olympic volleyball levels.
Founded in the early 2000s by Bill Ferguson and Mary Boice, this
nationally recognized junior program relies on an elite staff of coaches
to provide volleyball instruction by using the most modern, successful
and proven volleyball techniques, tactics and volleyball team strategies.
SCVC members have volleyball training sessions at the Redondo Union
High School gym or Aviation Gym in Redondo Beach, California.
For volleyball conditioning, Velocity Sports Performance offers training
camps where SCVC volleyball players can learn performance
enhancement and injury prevention techniques.
Velocity also has specialized clinics which cover nutrition, jumping and
landing, and court quickness, volleyball court speed, and agility. Both
volleyball team conditioning training and/or private one-on-one sessions
can be organized.
Physical Therapy is an option for SCVC volleyball players and is provided
by Core Objectives with Lisa Heiden, a physical therapist who has
worked with some of the top AVP Professional Beach Volleyball and USA
In 2009, American Volleyball Coaches Association Coach of the Year,
USC head volleyball coach and SCVC founder Bill Ferguson offered a
boys volleyball summer camp while for 2010, Mick Haley the 2000
Olympic volleyball team and current USC head volleyball coach has
several volleyball summer camps and clinics scheduled including a Tall
Girls Volleyball Defensive Clinic (July 23), a Volleyball Libero Clinic (July
23), an All-Volleyball Skills Camp (July 24-26) a Volleyball Setter clinic
(July 27) and a Volleyball Hitter/Blocker clinic (July 27).
Top High School Volleyball Players From SCVC Who've Committed To
2010 College Volleyball Teams
Middle blocker, Alexis Olgard (MB) is going to play on the USC college
volleyball team, while outside hitter, Janelle Tucker has signed with
Another left side outside hitter, Rachel Clark is going to Virginia' college
volleyball team and right side volleyball hitter, Sam Deutchman
committed to the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
UCLA is getting a volleyball setter in Angelica Chaghouri and volleyball
libero, Keely Stevenson will be at the University of Northern Arizona this
fall. Last but not least, outside hitter Rachel Aragon will travel cross
country to play college volleyball for Dartmouth.
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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