SSVC is happy to announce our winter and spring schedule for players in the 14 and under age group

Players will have plenty of options as the calendar hits 2019, for players looking to join a team we offer a spring team that will start in mid March and run to May 27th. These teams will practice three days a week and finish with a tournament in the Bay Area over Memorial Day weekend. The cost will be $600 including a uniform package. We also still have spaces in teams that will have a wider range of tournaments. For more Info contact Jordan Reeder or Mike Williams at 775 883 3500

For beginning players or those that have more crowded schedules we have the SSSVC Volleyball Academy. The academy program is a clinic style training program that focuses on individual skill development and meets 8 times a month for 90 minutes. The academy program coaching is second to none and is a great way for players to be introduced to the game of volleyball. The cost is $100 per month or players can drop in for $15 per class. Players that enroll for both February and March can get a discounted price.

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New Players are invited to attend either a practice or an academy session for FREE to get a better idea about the SSVC training methods that have produced over 200 college level players.

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Silver State Volleyball hits landmark of 6 million in scholarships

Seven Players from SSVC went on to college after last season and this group brought the total amount of financial assistance granted to SSVC players to over six million dollars. While college recruiting is only a small part of the club volleyball experience it becomes much more important for players 16 years of age and over who are looking to find a way to attend college for free or at a reduced price. 158 players from SSVC have gone on to college with many of those playing Division I and six have played in the NCAA DI tournament and in November of 2018, Natalie Anderson was part of the University of Tampa team that won the DII championship.

Many club programs tout their ability to place players in college programs but what makes SSVC different is that Recruiting Coordinator Jim Saari, Technical Director Sasha Gutor and Club Director Jordan Reeder place players in environments where they will be successful academically and get playing time. What makes the SSVC college recruiting process successful is that our staff knows what it takes to prepare a player for college and have contacts within the college community who trust their judgement. Many clubs can charge for recruiting services but these are cookie cutter solutions that often place players in environments where they are destined to fail both academically as well as volleyball wise. Recruiting is a long and sometimes frustrating process but the more a player and family is involved in the process the greater the probability of a player finding a college that feels more like a home.

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