Winter Clinics

Good news, registration for our Calabasas, Camarillo and Torrance Winter Clinics is open.

Here is the link to register

When you register for more than one clinic at any location, you will receive a $5 discount for each clinic. Contact [email protected] after you have registered for each clinic and we will credit back the total amount to your card. Sorry for the inconvenience, but our system does not automatically process the discount for multiple events.

Winter clinics are for intermediate and advanced players to prepare and assist their transition from four person instructional leagues to competitive indoor competition with a six player format. The goal of the Winter Clinics is to create a pathway for players to advance to a higher level of competition such as High School or Club volleyball.

Participants in the Winter Clinics have the fundamentals of volleyball and are looking to improve their skill set to advance to higher levels of volleyball competition. Each program has a dedicated volleyball instructor with experience coaching at the club, high school or higher level. The player to coach ratio is 12 – 1. Under this structure, participants have access to coaches that can provide guidance for individual skill development and instruction for enhanced team building drills.

The program is coed and is open to boys and girls ages 12-16.

Winter Clinics Highlights:

  1. • Designed for players that have the fundamentals of volleyball.
  2. • Coed, boys and girls ages 12-16.
  3. • Instructor with experience coaching at the club, high school or higher level
  4. • Indoor 6-on-6 format.

See you on the court!

USYVL at the AVCA Convention

Last week USYVL headed on over to Minneapolis, Minnesota for the annual AVCA Convention.

What is the AVCA convention you may ask?

The AVCA Convention is a chance for coaches, players, and really anyone who enjoys volleyball to network and attend seminars and panels to learn more about developing the sport of volleyball.

We were there at booth 841 offering attendees a free shirt if they could do one of three simple tasks.

Just take a look at some of our winners.

Not only did we get to learn more about coaching and volleyball but we were able to see some familiar faces.

It was such a treat being able to see former USYVL players attending the convention as adults looking to further their knowledge in volleyball!

Oh and of course there was the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship matches.

Congratulations to the Stanford Women’s Volleyball Team on their eighth championship win!

Beach 2028

This is a great opportunity for participants, family and friends to attend a local volleyball event.

P1440 is a three day event that will be taking place at Huntington State Beach from November 30 – December 2.

Founded by Kerri Walsh, three – time Olympic Beach Gold Medalist, and her husband Casey Jennings, P1440 is a part of the movement to grow the game of volleyball.

USYVL will be there December 1st to show our support for growing the game of volleyball.

We would like to invite all USYVL players, volunteers, family and friends to join us!

To reserve your spot and reserve a special USYVL t-shirt, complete the form below.

A special thank you to P1440 for putting on this fantastic event!

Livermore USYVL Opens for Spring 2018

We are ecstatic to bring a new USYVL program to Livermore, CA at NB Courts. NB Courts is a beautiful facility in Livermore where we will have five courts full of kids ages 7-15 learning and playing volleyball.

The program will run at NB Courts located at 6474 Patterson Pass Rd., Livermore, CA 94550 and is scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 – 7 PM. Season runs from April 10 – May 31, 2018.

Here are some highlights that parents and participants will see with our new league:

• Ages 7-15 (Divisions: 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-15) (Age divisions are determined by child’s age on November 1st of participating year).

• While the program teaches children the skills necessary to excel in the sport of volleyball, the focus remains on participation, cooperation, sportsmanship, responsibility and, of course, fun!

• Furthermore, a season of league games is sure to provide plenty of exciting volleyball action.

• The USYVL is a family-oriented program where parents, siblings, grandparents, and friends are involved by volunteering.

When you register, make sure you sign up as a volunteer coach or assistant coach. No experience is required. There is a dedicated Clinician (Volleyball Instructor) at each USYVL site. As a volunteer, you will help the Clinician to monitor courts, assist with practice drills, and help with games. Our best sites are those where parents are actively involved with the kids to help them learn and play volleyball. To learn more about volunteer coaching with USYVL visit our, “Why Coach” page.

If you are new to USYVL, we encourage you to let your friends know about the program. We have a Refer a Friend program perfect for you to share the fun of volleyball with your family or friends. If you refer one of your friends to USYVL, we will send you a cool t-shirt! To learn more visit our Refer a Friend page.

Volleyball is coming to Livermore! Come join us!