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All 12U-18U team details can be found on their team pages including practice times, locations and days.
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Every player must have proof of purchase of their USAV tryout membership. This is $15. You must bring proof of this membership to any tryout. Once you join a team/club, you will upgrade your membership and pay the remaining $35 for a total of $50.
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All tryout information has been posted for the upcoming 2021-22 season including tryout dates, times and locations. We have also posted our tournament schedules and our team coaches (under the staff page)
Practice times & locations for each team will be listed no later than October 8th
Any questions concerning tryouts, please reach out to Coach Sue Dillon firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the link for the remaining Juniors Outdoor Tournaments. Be sure to experience the most fun way to improve as a player!
No coaches. No loud whistles. Lots of sun and lots of fun!
Amber Northcutt signs with USC Union!!
15 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze
|Charleston Jam||1/2-3/21||2 (16 Sue & 12 Erin)||1 (17 Journee)|
|Southern Classic||1/23 & 24/21||1 (2nd place) (14 Ashleigh) 1 (2nd place 17 Nat Journee)|
|Crosstown Throwdown||2/6/21||1 (12 Nat Erin)|
|Crosstown Throwdown||2/7/21||3 (16 Sue - 1st, 18 Bailey 2nd, 16 Cecilia 2nd)|
|Bash at the Beach||2/20-21/21||2 (2nd place 12 Nat Erin) 2nd place (17 Nat Journee)|
|Winter Heat||3/6-7/21||1 (1st in GOLD 12 Nat Erin)|
|Spring Challenge||3/20/21||2 - (12U Erin & 15U Katie)||1 - 16 Nat Shawn|
|Regionals 15-18U||3/26-28/21||1 (1st in GOLD 16 Elite Sue)|
|Regionals 12-14U||4/2-4/21||1 (1st in GOLD 12 Nat Erin)|
|Rocky Top Bash||4/17-18/21||1 (1st in GOLD 12 Nat Erin)|
|K2 Summer Blast||5/8-9/21||1 (1st in GOLD 12 Nat Erin)|
|Southern Exposure||6/5-6/21||1 (2nd in USA Gold 16 Elite Sue)|
We are blessed to have had Barbara Wilke's family join our LMVC family this season. Barbara is a SCCAWS Hall of Fame Inductee and her granddaughter, Logan, is playing on our 16 national team. Barbara has graciously agreed to share with us every couple of weeks and we are thrilled! Thank you Barbara!
Origination of Volleyball (article #2)
Originally Volleyball came from humble beginnings. The game came into existence in 1895, in Holyoke, Massachusetts. William G. Morgan created the game which was originally called “Mintonettte”. The name was later changed to Volley Ball, and finally as we know it today, Volleyball. Morgan created a fun unique game for the businessmen who came to the YMCA. They wanted a game which was competitive, but less physical than basketball. The game was created by mixing a variety of elements from: Basketball, Baseball, Tennis, and Handball
THE ORIGINAL RULES OF VOLLEYBALL (1895)
The first rules, written in longhand by Mr. Morgan, contained the following basic features:
Court size was 25 x 50 feet
Height of the net was 6 feet, 6 inches
Any number of participants was allowed
Serves could be assisted across the net
A second serve was permitted (as in tennis) if the first was served out of bounds
There was no limit to the number of hits on each side of the court
Players could continuously “air dribble” the ball up to a restraining line 4 feet from the net
Any ball touching the net was considered out of bounds
Faults by the serving team, balls landing in the serving team’s court or hit out of bounds by the serving team (except for first serves) resulted in “side- out” for the serving team
Length of the game was nine “innings,” with three serves per team per inning, for three or more players on a team. If one player on a team, then one serve per side; two players on a team were thus allowed two serves per side.
Volleyball began as a fun game for men at the YMCA in Holy Yoke, MA. Today volleyball is one of the leading sports for men and women at all levels. It has continued to grow and change into a highly competitive sport played at all levels.