VOLLEYBALL CLUB INFORMATION
AVIATOR SPORTS AND EVENTS CENTER – VOLLEYBALL CLUB
Aviator Sports Volleyball Club (ASVC) is a girl’s Junior Club Team that plays in the GEVA (Garden Empire Volleyball Association) Region of USA Volleyball. We are dedicated to the development of volleyball and life skill of our young athletes. The club season runs from December to the end of May.
Our club season begins with a free Open Gym and parent Information Meeting on November 3, 2016. Try-outs will be held November 10th and 13th.
For more information, please contact Theresa@AviatorSports.com or call Theresa at 718-758-7584.
TRAVEL TEAM TRYOUTS
The Aviator Sports Volleyball Club (A.S.V.C.) is looking for girls born between September of 1997 – August of 2006 (9-18 Yrs. Old) who are serious and dedicated to the sport of volleyball. The club offers young athletes the opportunity to develop skills, and play and compete in volleyball at a high level. Along the way, friendships are made and lessons learned about winning and losing, leading and following, hard work and dedication, and the value of participation.
TRYOUT INFORMATION: YOU MUST FIRST REGISTER ONLINE AS A MEMBER OF GEVA AT www.geva.org/ And PAY MEMBERSHIP FEES BEFORE YOU ATTEND TRY-OUTS!
2016 TRYOUT DATES
Ages 11 – 15 years old: November 10, 2016 at 6 p.m.
Ages 16 – 18 years old: November 10, 2016 at 8 p.m.
Ages 11 – 15 years old: November 13, 2016 at 3 p.m.
Ages 16 – 18 years old: November 13, 2016 at 5 p.m.
Players should be prepared to come to both dates
FEE: $50 per player (one payment for both dates)
Aviator coaches are evaluating players on attitude, work ethic, athleticism, volleyball skills, “coachability”, and athletic potential. Coaches will compile notes and come to a mutual agreement to form the teams. Following the second tryout, an Aviator coach will notify you of your status on the team.
Each participant must bring…
- Copy of your GEVA membership card
- Medical form signed by parent or guardian
Aviator Sports Volleyball Club (ASVC) is a girl’s Junior Club Team that plays in the GEVA (Garden Empire Volleyball Association) Region of USA Volleyball. Aviator Sports Volleyball Club has 3 teams, Player 14’s, Player 16’s and Player 18’s.
Under the guidance of Technical Director Max Auguste and highly trained coaches players will continually develop their skills with the hope of reaching college play.
In addition to on-court training, teams have off court sports performance training at Aviator Athletics.
Aviator Black 14U Players of the Month are Caoimhe Gormeley and Madelyn Hanley
Caoimhe Gormeley – Caoimhe has continued to impress her coaches with awesome defense in the libero position. She has constantly stepped up on serve receive and pass 90% of her balls to target. Caoimhe’s court awareness has improved a great deal. She reads the attacker well, and anticipates and tracks the ball with precision. Caoimhe always displays a relentless pursuit of the ball, allowing very few to drop. At the Capitol Hill Classic and GE Aviator 14U Club Tournament combined Caoimhe averaged 4 digs per match – 62 digs total.” – Coach Avril
Madelyn Hanley – “Madelyn has been working diligently on getting the outside set outside and higher. There has been a constant improvement in her overall game. She is determined to bring a high level of energy and a positive attitude to the game. At the Capitol Hill Classic and GE Aviator 14U Club Tournament combined Madelyn averaged 10 Assists per match – 127 Assists total.” – Coach Avril
Aviator Black 16U Player of the Month is Meleina Genova.
“Meleina has truly stepped up as a player this month. She has been staying an hour after her practice each day, and her efforts have shown through during our games. While at Capitol Hill, Meleina was placed in as our libero and transitioned flawlessly between playing middle back and left back. At our most recent tournament in Long Island, she stepped up to play outside in the front row. She is a true team player and continues to improve in all aspects of the game. I’m eager to see how she excels during the rest of the reason.” – Coach Meg Wheeler