News and Announcements
For those 15u – 16u players looking for a little more volleyball action, we will be doing an extended season in April and May. The cost will be $400 per player and will include the following:
10+ on court volleyball training sessions
5+ Speed and agility training sessions
2 Travel Tournaments: May 11 – 12(K2 Summer Blast, Seveirville, TN)
May 25 – 26 (Maroon and Orange Super Regional, Blacksburg, VA)
Please contact Doug Balser at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions
Champion is excited to announce the opening of the Champion Spring Volleyball League. This league is developed for those athletes who want to continue to play indoor volleyball at the conclusion of the JO season.
We will be offering leagues/academies for all players, both male and female, from ages 8 – 18. We will be offering the 4 following divisions:
Champion Academy: (ages 8-9) A developmental program for those just getting started
Champion JV League: (ages 10-16) A league for those players newer to the game of volleyball
Champion Varsity League: (ages 10-16) A league for those players with club and school experience
Champion Varsity 16-18: (ages 16-18) A league for the most advanced players, who are wanting more match play
At each level, players will be divided by age groups, so there will be multiple leagues in each division. See the attached documents for specific details of each of the programs.
You may register on the website, by clicking on Champion Volleyball Spring Leagues, located under the Online Camp Registration tab.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com
The document Spring_Volleyball_League_Descriptions.pdf was attached to this post.
COur program is designed for the beginner/intermediate athlete who is new to the game of beach volleyball or who want to improve their game. It is also for those athletes who want to increase their “Volleyball IQ” and become a more versatile player.
The program runs from April 1st – June 30th
Cost of the program is $350 (Covers Coaches Fee, Court rental, equipment, insurance, etc.)
Register by Clicking Here
Players will be placed on courts with players of a similar skillset. We want to ensure everyone gets a lot of touches and is learning the fundamentals of the beach game
We will have 2 practicies a week: Monday evenings and Wednesday evenings.
Depending on the number of participants, we may have 2 sessions per evening. Our goal is to have no more than 15-20 players per court.
Each practice will include Cardio in the sand. This will help build the quick twitch muscles used to jump higher and move quickly in the sand and ultimately on the hard court.. It is also great for stamina building.
Practices will be held at the sand courts at Reagan High School
Tournaments are not required, but are strongly encouraged so players can apply the skills we practice.
Tournament fees are additional. Cost is normally about $20-25 per player and paid directly to the tournament.
At tournaments, coaching is only permitted during time-outs and between sets. It is very different than indoor, where a coach can direct players during the entire match
You DO NOT need to have a playing partner to join our program.
If you do participate in tournaments, you can play with a different partner/friend at each one
FAQ’s (Click Here)
Kevin Troup (Head Coach Greensboro College) – Director
Marissa Hatchett (Played at UCLA/Pro-Beach Tour) – Lead Coach/Director
Scot Freeman (Atkins Head Coach) – Lead Coach
Joel Cordray (Reagan H.S) – Lead Coach
Taylor Moulton (Salem College Player) – Lead Coach
Bryan Sosa (Champion Coach) – Lead Coach
Haley Jacob (Reagan Beach Coach) – Lead Coach
The document Champion_Beach_info.pdf was attached to this post.
Champion Volleyball is excited to announce it will be merging with Dig This Sand to form Champion Beach. More details to come in the next couple months!
Champion Volleyball’s first ever Alumni game was held on Friday, December 22nd. We would like to thank all those who came out and played. It was great to see former players. We are looking forward to the 2nd Alumni game and seeing even more player attend.