You may or may not be THAT junior varsity volleyball player that can rely on natural physical athletic talent when it comes to being considered for the varsity team.
#BlackHistoryMonth serves as a reminder that diversity makes our sport stronger. pic.twitter.com/Tt67KGBDAT— AVCA (@AVCAVolleyball) February 28, 2018
And that's okay.
Because there are some specific things you can do to get the girls varsity volleyball coach to notice you if you are less athletically endowed.
It's always a good day when you can surprise a kid with a scholarship. ❤️— OhioStateWVolleyball (@ohiostatewvball) March 21, 2018
Everyone received a note in their egg that said "Shhhh Cam is getting put on scholarship" while Cam got a note that said "See Audra for a surprise".
Audra presented Cam with her scholarship paperwork. pic.twitter.com/X6qwIMA7IR
For your next practice, try to adopt some of these good habits.
Be the junior varsity volleyball player that comes early and leaves late for practice.
For my high school girls volleyball practice I use to come to my school gym one half hour before practice started and I'd lay in the middle of the gym to just visualize that the court was mine.
I'd imagine each serve receive, each serve each pass that I wanted to perform. I convinced myself that anything that happened on that court, any ball that came on my side I was going to be responsible for it.
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I was going to be the volleyball girl that didn't let any ball around me fall in defense and no one was going to dig my hits.
I chose to come early and/or stay late to volleyball practice to get some quiet time to use my visualization skills to imagine myself as the volleyball player I wanted to become.
I also came early or stayed late to practice serving skills and to perform individual wall drills for setting and passing as well.
Become the junior varsity volleyball with most effective serve on your team.
To understand what it takes to become an effective server be sure to read the volleyball serving information on this site.
This information will teach you some serving strategies including the top 5 places to serve after a team timeout.
Be the junior varsity volleyball girl that goes after every ball in defense.
To become that girls varsity volleyball player that leads the team you'll first have to decide that no ball that you can get to with three or four steps will fall around you or in your immediate area.
You will need to take pride in making an aggressive attempt to dig any and every ball in your immediate area up so your volleyball team has another chance to play the ball for a point or side out.
You may not get it the first time.
You may not get the ball up the second time.
But you'll get closer and closer each time and most importantly your volleyball coach should start noticing your effort.
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