Columbia Volleyball Club is still looking for a few good players! We will be having a supplemental tryout for the following age groups at Gary J. Arthur Community Center in Glenwood on Sunday, November 18.
The Supplemental tryout is free! Come on out and show us what you've got!
Columbia Volleyball Club has established a development program tailored to younger players looking to enhance their skills in order to eventually play club volleyball once they reach an appropriate age. We like for our players in this program to have basic skills (passing, setting & serving) and at least 1 year of recreation volleyball experience. Camp and clinic experience are also acceptable. Red Hornets range in age from almost 10 to 13. Slightly older children may be considered if they have limited experience.
The Red Hornets development program is coached by CVC coaches and Senior players and is a fun learning environment where young athletes can learn more about this great sport, make friends and work on volleyball skills. This is not a club travel team; but we will have some tournament play towards the end of the season. There will be plenty of scrimmaging, games and fun contests once the girls get more comfortable.
The Red Hornets Program will meet once a week (Mondays) at Roger Carter Community Center from 6-8pm. It starts on November 19 and goes until May 20, 2019.
The cost is $450.
Tryout information is available! See our page!
Columbia Volleyball Club is a not‑for‑profit organization of volleyball enthusiasts including student athletes, coaches, referees, adult helpers and parents from more than 130 families. Participating student‑athletes are girls ages 10 to 18. While based in Howard County, Maryland, we typically have players from more than a dozen high schools and several middle and elementary schools in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland.
Columbia Volleyball Club was founded in 1985 with 20 players and a single coach. Fast forward 27 years, CVC now fields eleven teams with over 100 players, 25 coaches and several dozen actively involved parents. The Club and student‑athletes belong to and are sanctioned by Chesapeake Region Volleyball Association (CHRVA) which is one of 40 Regional Volleyball Associations (RVAs) of USA Volleyball (USAV), a national association.
The Club’s mission for the older age groups is to improve the player’s skills and knowledge of the game through competition that far surpasses the level of high school play in our area. The mission is also to instill values of team play, individual discipline and work habits which will serve them well in any future endeavor. For those student‑athletes who have the academic and volleyball skills, and the desire and dedication to play in college, the Club also assists & educates players seeking scholarship opportunities.
The Club’s mission for the younger age groups is developmentally based. This mission is to teach fundamental volleyball skills, to encourage interest and enthusiasm for the sport, and to instill values of individual discipline and team play.
Columbia Volleyball Club
Post Office Box 6071
Columbia, MD 21045-8071