Why I Coach

I coach because after 3 seasons it’s rewarding to see how the kids grow. The kids play volleyball at a young age because they enjoy the company of the other kids, not so much that they love volleyball. The hope is that if they keep at it they will develop a love for the game and the payoff is when adults can play in a full game with their kids. Also I’ve found it’s a great break from your busy work life. Most parents are hesitant to commit (I was the same way). Now you look forward to something that takes your mind off of the endless list of things to do for work and home and just spend time with your kids and their friends. Also when your kids are all grown up, they will remember that your dad or mom was the coach when they were younger. So those are the reasons I coach.

Spring Volunteer Coach Justin


What will your child get out of USYVL?

Fun! 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!

Action! Strength, endurance and improved coordination result from the weekly activity of the program. Furthermore, a season of league games is sure to provide plenty of exciting volleyball action.

Skills! Skills are taught using technically correct methods for peak performance and safety.

Teamwork! The USYVL is a family-oriented program where parents, siblings, grandparents, and friends are strongly encouraged to become involved. Parents and volunteers assist with coaching, registration, check-in and equipment set-up.

Volleyball Starts Here!


Covid-19 Update June 22, 2021

USYVL is monitoring daily, COVID-19 updates to best assist programs in all of our communities.  The health and safety of our players, coaches, volunteers, and parents is our priority.

Many city parks and recreation departments have begun to approve permits for youth sports again but only for skill development, no scrimmaging or gameplay, with strict Covid-19 guidelines. At this time, we can only offer Skills Camps & Clinics in areas allowed.

Each program is being looked at on a case by case basis and the Covid-19 guidelines set forth by their city’s parks and recreation department, before providing any programs in 2021.

All programs will be following the CDC, and state and local public health authorities guidelines.

Spring 2021 Skills Camps & Clinics

  • Agoura Hills, CA Fall 2021
  • Agoura Hills, CA Spring 2021
  • Aliso Viejo, CA Spring 2021
  • Alpharetta, GA Spring 2021
  • Arroyo Grande, CA Spring 2021
  • Camarillo, CA Spring 2021
  • Carlsbad, CA Spring 2021
  • Cerritos, CA Spring 2021
  • Claremont, CA Spring 2021
  • Culver City, CA Spring 2021
  • Culver City, CA Summer 2021 1
  • Culver City, CA Summer 2021 2
  • Cupertino, CA Summer 2021
  • Des Moines, IA Spring 2021
  • El Segundo, CA Spring 2021
  • Elk Grove, CA Spring 2021
  • Evergreen, CO Spring 2021
  • Folsom, CA Spring 2021
  • Hacienda Heights, CA Summer 2021
  • Huntington Beach, CA Spring 2021
  • Indianapolis, IN Spring 2021
  • Irvine, CA Spring 2021
  • Kirkland, WA Spring 2021 1
  • Kirkland, WA Summer 2021 2
  • Kirkland, WA Summer 2021
  • Laguna Niguel, CA Spring 2021
  • Long Beach, CA – Marina Vista Park Spring 2021
  • Long Beach, CA – Whaley Park Spring 2021
  • Los Alamitos, CA Summer 2021
  • Los Gatos, CA Summer 2021
  • Monterey Park, CA Spring 2021
  • Moorpark, CA Spring 2021
  • Morgan Hill, CA Spring 2021
  • Natomas, CA Spring 2021
  • Oak Park, CA Spring 2021
  • Palo Alto, CA Spring 2021
  • Palos Verdes, CA Spring 2021
  • Pasadena, MD Spring 2021
  • Roseville, CA Summer 2021
  • Sacramento, CA Spring 2021
  • San Diego, CA Spring 2021
  • San Diego, CA Summer 2021
  • San Jose, CA – Butcher Park Spring 2021
  • San Jose, CA – Kirk Park Spring 2021
  • San Jose, CA – Linear Park Summer 2021
  • San Luis Obispo, CA Spring 2021
  • Simi Valley, CA Spring 2021
  • South Fayette, PA Summer 2021
  • St. Augustine, FL Spring 2021
  • Thousand Oaks, CA Spring 2021
  • Torrance Spring 2021
  • Ventura, CA Fall 2021
  • Ventura, CA Summer 2021
  • West Sacramento, CA Spring 2021

 

Spring 2020 Leagues Postponed Until Further Notice

  • Agoura Hills, CA
  • Aliso Viejo, CA
  • Anaheim, CA
  • Arroyo Grande, CA
  • Calabasas, CA
  • Calabasas – Advanced Juniors
  • Camarillo, CA
  • Camarillo – Advanced Juniors
  • Carlsbad, CA
  • Carmel Valley, CA
  • Cerritos, CA
  • Culver City, CA
  • Claremont, CA
  • Cupertino, CA
  • Cupertino – Advanced Juniors
  • Duarte, CA
  • El Segundo, CA
  • Elk Grove
  • Elk Grove – Advanced Juniors
  • Folsom, CA
  • Folsom – Advanced Juniors
  • Fountain Valley, CA
  • Fountain Valley – Advanced Juniors
  • Fremont, CA
  • Glendale, CA
  • Goleta, CA
  • Hacienda Heights, CA
  • Hermosa Beach, CA
  • Huntington Beach, CA
  • Irvine, CA
  • Irvine – Advanced Juniors
  • Laguna Niguel, CA
  • Lake Elsinore, CA
  • Livermore, CA
  • Lompoc, CA
  • Long Beach, CA – Marina Vista Park
  • Long Beach, CA – Whaley Park
  • Long Beach – Advanced Juniors
  • Los Alamitos, CA
  • Los Gatos, CA
  • Los Gatos – Advanced Juniors
  • Mission Viejo, CA
  • Mohawk Valley, NY
  • Monterey Park, CA
  • Moorpark, CA
  • Moorpark – Advanced Juniors
  • Morgan Hill, CA
  • Mountain View, CA
  • Natomas, CA
  • Oak Park, CA
  • Ojai, CA
  • Oxnard, CA
  • Palo Alto, CA
  • Palos Verdes, CA
  • Pasadena, CA
  • Pasadena, MD
  • Reno, NV
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Sacramento – Advanced Juniors
  • San Clemente, CA
  • San Diego, CA
  • San Jose – Advanced Juniors
  • San Jose – Butcher Park
  • San Jose – Kirk Park
  • San Jose – Silver Creek Linear Park
  • San Luis Obispo, CA
  • Santa Clara – Advanced Juniors
  • Santa Cruz/Aptos, CA
  • Santa Maria, CA
  • Saugus, CA
  • Simi Valley, CA
  • South Fayette, PA
  • Sparks, NV
  • Thousand Oaks, CA
  • Thousand Oaks – Advanced Juniors
  • Torrance – Advanced Juniors
  • Torrance, CA – Fern Elementary
  • Torrance, CA – Sur La Brea Park
  • Tustin, CA
  • Valencia, CA
  • Ventura, CA
  • West Sacramento
  • West Sacramento – Advanced Juniors

 

 

First and foremost, please follow the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html). These resources are updated as new information becomes available and should be checked frequently.

General guidelines from the CDC to help individuals prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses include:

* Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

* Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

* Stay home when you are sick.

* Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

* Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

* Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

 

Given the urgent nature of this situation, USYVL will continue to monitor information from the CDC, and state and local public health authorities, and will regularly share any updates that relate directly to USYVL programs.