Junior leagues who partner with the Badger Region Volleyball Association are starting to pop up throughout the state of Wisconsin. These leagues are being organized by various clubs, facilities, colleges and universities. The Badger Region is helping these leagues market their events, register kids with USAV/Badger Region memberships and help get kids signed up for the leagues.
The Wisconsin Youth Volleyball League, founded in 2009, in one of the well-established leagues that serves the greater Waukesha area. For more information on this league, click here.
Two boys middle school leagues have begun in under-served parts of the state. In these fall leagues, athletes at Carthage and UW-Oshkosh work with participants with one hour of instruction and one hour of game play each night. For more on these leagues:
* Kenosha/Racine (Kenosha, Wis.) middle school boys league. (Now closed)
* UW-Oshkosh (Oshkosh, Wis.) middle school boys league. (Now closed)
Revolution Volleyball Club, based at Center Court in Waukesha, is hosting a summer juniors sand volleyball league. For details, click here.
STARTING A LEAGUE
Are you interested in starting a league in your area and want some help? Contact Brian Sharkey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-349-9785. It is best to contact us with a location for where the league will take place since the Badger Region does not own or operate any facilities. Facility owners/operators should see summer/fall leagues as a great opportunity to get athletes in their facilities during the “down” time of years.