The best coaches are life-long learners. They constantly evaluate why they train the way they train. They seek new information sources and stretch themselves past their comfort zones.
If you are a coach and want to continue your coaching education, take advantage of the CAP I/II certification clinic being held Saturday, Dec. 14 through Sunday, Dec. 15 at Waukesha Catholic Memorial High School.
CAP (Coaching Accreditation Program) is the next level of coaching certification after IMPACT. It is a two-day course focused on helping you take your coaching game to the next level.
Four experienced collegiate coaches will be leading the clinic. Sean Byron (Ohio State Men’s Volleyball Assistant Coach), Matt McShane (Air Force Academy Women’s Volleyball Head Coach), Deitre Collins-Parker (San Diego State Women’s Volleyball Head Coach) and Don Burroughs (Bluffton University Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach).
Click here for clinic information and registration instructions.
Coaches & Players– there is a pretty cool FREE opportunity coming your way on Sunday, December 1 at Nicolet High School from 11am-1pm.
David Kniffin (Head Coach of the UC Irvine Men’s Volleyball Team and Volleyball Magazine’s Coach of the Year) will be presenting a FREE clinic for any interested Badger Region coaches and players. The clinic will use boys (16+) for all on-court demonstrations. For more information, follow the link.
A big thanks to North Shore Milwaukee Volleyball Club for facilitating this awesome opportunity for our Badger Regionites!
Click here for registration details and additional information.
We are so excited for the WIAA State Tournament this weekend and can’t wait to cheer on our Badger Region boys as they compete with their high school teams.
There are 91 Badger Region boys competing. How cool is that!?
If you want to follow our Badger Region boys this weekend, check out our Badger Boys @ State list. Let us know if we have missed anyone and Good Luck to all of the teams and players!
As you prepare for the upcoming season, remember that you are required to provide scorekeeper and referee training to all players and coaching staff. Visit our Junior Club Ref/Scorekeeping Training page for information on registering for or coordinating your clinic.
Keep in mind:
- All first-year and second-year clubs must host a Junior Club Ref/Scorekeeper Clinic.
- Clubs three years or older may host a Junior Club Ref/Scorekeeping Clinic OR host their own with region-approved materials.
Multiple volunteers are needed for the Special Olympic Volleyball District Tournament being held at Watertown High School on Saturday, November 9 from 9:30 am-4:00 pm. We have been asked to spread the word within our club volleyball community and see if any players, parents or volleyball enthusiasts would be able to help out with this incredible event.
It’s a great way to volunteer and give-back to the volleyball community. If you are able to help out this weekend, contact Deb Stadick (email: email@example.com phone: 414-313-9055).
We are so excited for the WIAA State Tournament this weekend and can’t wait to cheer on our Badger Region girls as they compete with their high school teams.
Of the 273 girls competing in Green Bay this weekend, 195 are Badger Region players. There are 99 Badger Region girls in the Division I tournament, 44 in the Division II tournament, 34 in the Division III tournament and 18 in the Division IV tournament.
If you want to follow our Badger Region girls this weekend, check out our Badger Girls @ State list. Let us know if we have missed anyone and Good Luck to all of the teams and players!