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Alamo Volleyball Association
Fax: 210-499-4906
(Admin Office) 19208 Reata Trail
San Antonio, Texas


Alamo is excited to about the start of our 2nd season joining the other major clubs across Texas with its commitment to participate in the Sand Volleyball Club system. Sand Volleyball is a growing NCAA sport with scholarship opportunities. Most DI programs now play indoor as well as outdoor in the spring. The cross training benefits of playing sand will greatly enhance the indoor players game, sand players will improve their vertical jumping ability, improve their quickness to the ball, improve their ability to read hitters, and it gives them the opportunity to play competitively throughout the summer while providing a great break from the indoor game.

Training Director: Phil Jackson will lead the training for our sand club for both Players and Coaches, Phil a native of San Diego grew up playing in South Mission Beach, He played in leagues and tournament up and down the California Coast before earning his way onto the AVP Circuit. Phil played in AVP events from 1993-98 playing against some of the games legends like Sinjin Smith, Randy Stoklos, Karch Kiraly. His training and experience will be a great resource for the athletes at Alamo

Playing Divisions: 12 and under, 14 and under, 16 and under 18 and under

Teams and Matches: Teams consist of 2 players (you can join with a teammate or as an individual and pick up a partner). Matches typically consist of a single set to 21. Each team is guaranteed 84 points in a tournament. (4 sets)

Practices: Will begin May 18th with a group kick off clinic, we will go over rules, strategy, playing tips, skills and have our first group practice. Each player will have 2 training sessions per week for 90 minutes. We will have training session on Tues/Wed/Fri each week. The Tuesday (15's-18's) and Wednesday (12's-14's) sessions will be for skill training and the Friday (15's-18's 5:00-6:30 and 12's-14's 6:30-8:00) will be Tournament style play.

Tournaments: Tournaments are offered weekly all across the state (San Antonio, Austin, Galveston…) see our web page for a list of potential tournaments. Parents are responsible for entering their daughter's team in tournamnents based on your daughter's and her partners availability. Alamo recommends a minimum of 3 tournaments to see the full training advantagebut you can enter them in as many tournamnets as you see fit. We will also set up some league play matches here in SA.

Dates: May 18th- July 16th

Alamo Sand League Fee’s and What’s included: $399. includes: Alamo Sand  Tournament Tank Top, Club T-Shirt, Tournament Towel, draw string back pack, Court Fees, Training sessions, and an official Sand Tournament game ball. For program questions contact Mike Carter or call 210-573-4827

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Here are some links for the 2014 Schedule:
Texas Volleyball Tour

Austin Sports Center

Team USA

Alamo gets 1st Sand Volleyball bid to Nationals
Congratulations to Makenzi Brown and Katie Chambers, both from 12 Kaepa Premier, for receiving a bid to Milwaukee for Nationals, July 26-27!

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