| Offering a club volleyball program along with volleyball camps and clinics for players 8-18 years of age in Carson City, Reno, Lake Tahoe and all of Northern Nevada.
4675 Aircenter Circle, Reno, NV 89502
(775) 825 5400
5680 Morgan Mill Road, Carson City, NV 89701
(775) 883 3500
Silver State Volleyball Club has been serving Northern Nevada and California communities since 1999, assisting girls ages 8-18 to reach their dreams of becoming accomplished volleyball players. The club has 19 teams that practice at state of the art volleyball facilities in Reno and Carson City.
With players participating from more than 30 middle schools and high schools in the region, Silver State Volleyball offers teams for every level of play regardless of age or experience. Silver State offers a quality training experience for players of all levels. Our staff-comprised of many top former and current collegiate players, college coaches and current high school coaches utilizes a "team" training philosophy by having multiple coaches' work with individual teams and players. Many of our teams practice together at least once a week, which provides the very best training atmosphere for each athlete. Our primary goal is to provide the best training experience possible to players in order to help them reach their highest potential. Meanwhile we work to instill discipline, integrity and respect which leads to strong character.
Silver State VBC has distinguished itself nationally by finishing 3rd at the 2002 USA Junior Olympic National Championships-17s Division, 6th at the 2007 Volleyball Festival-16s Division, and 8th at the 2005 Volleyball Festival-17s Division. In 2009, the 18s team finished 19th at the Junior Olympics after qualifying with a 2nd place finish at the Far Western's Qualifier.
Cheyanne Strong (18Carson | Dayton HS) has verbally accepted a full scholarship to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, OR. Cheyanne has been a key member of the Dayton Dustdevils and was named to the 2014 Northern Division I-A All-League second team. In 2013, Cheyanne was a key contributor for Dayton as they won the 1-A North Title and finished second in the state tournament.
Kendyhl Delacour (18 Mizuno / South Tahoe HS) has officially committed to further her education and volleyball careers at Cabrillo College (Aptos, CA). Kendhyl averaged 3.2 kills per set this season for South Tahoe and was part of the 2012 State Championship winning team.
Over the course of a few years, several college coaches have contacted Silver State Volleyball Club about players. As a result of those conversations, we have put together some important tips that will help you in the recruitment process.