Spring Training

Our Spring Training Programs offer an opportunity for our players (boys and girls) who have completed their travel season and are looking for an opportunity to continue training.  This is also a great opportunity for players of all ages to get focused skill training in order to help them improve their overall play.

Spring training typically runs from Mid April through May for 2 nights per week. Check back in February for 2018 Spring Programs!

The Middle School Spring Training program at CUVC will push the rising 6th-8th graders (current 5th – 7th graders) to learn and develop the skills necessary to excel on their middle school and/or club teams once tryouts begin in the fall: float serving, serve receive passing, attacking with control, setting essentials, defensive movement, and an introduction to blocking.

Athletes should expect a training environment that allows each camper to learn at a pace that is appropriate to his or her skill level, while maintaining an atmosphere of hard work and fun as well! All skill levels will benefit from Spring Training from the beginner to the experienced middle school athlete

High School Spring Training at CUVC offers rising high school aged athletes (current 8th – 11th Grades) the ability to get in the gym and get prepared for summer volleyball camps and the upcoming high school and club seasons by creating an environment where every athlete will be pushed to develop their next-level skills. Some of the skills covered include: consistent serving with an introduction and development of the jump float serve, attacking with power and control, setting footwork and back-setting, serve receive passing with consistency, defensive digging and transitioning, and the essentials of blocking and blocking footwork.

Every athlete that comes to Spring Training will be put in situations that develop their skill and their mental volleyball abilities. The level of players will range from those that have not yet played high school volleyball to those that have been playing for their high school for several years.