Pittsburgh Juniors: Welcome

Monday, August 15
PITTSBURGH JUNIORS

GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF OUR CURRENT AND FORMER ATHLETES THAT ARE ABOUT TO BEGIN THEIR HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PRE-SEASONS.

WORK HARD, STAY STRONG AND BE TRUE TO YOURSELF.

REMEMBER WHEN YOU STARTED THIS JOURNEY AND WHO YOU WERE.

REMEMBER THAT YOUNG GIRL THAT LOVED THE GAME AND HAD THE PASSION FOR BECOMING THE BEST VERSION OF HERSELF, ON AND OFF THE COURT.

REMEMBER HOW YOU FOUGHT AND SACRIFICED FOR ALL OF THE AMAZING MOMENTS YOU AND YOUR CURRENT AND FORMER TEAMMATES HAVE HAD TOGETHER.

HOLD ON TO THOSE MEMORIES AND REMEMBER ALL THE HARD WORK THAT BROUGHT YOU TO THIS MOMENT IN YOUR VOLLEYBALL CAREER AND IN LIFE.

PLAY FOR THAT YOUNG GIRL AGAIN, MAKE HER PROUD AND YOU WILL ALWAYS BE PRESENT IN THOSE MOMENTS AND YOU WILL CREATE  YOUR NEXT AMAZING MEMORY.

EVEN ON THE DAYS YOU FEEL EVERYTHING IS PULLING YOU DOWN.

STAY STRONG, RUN THROUGH THOSE WALLS AND...... 

REMEMBER WHEN! 

 

Thank you to all of our families, parents and athletes for another successful season. We thank you for your continued support and for all of our athlete's hard work. We cannot wait to see what the future holds for all of you and we wish you all our best for an enjoyable off season and a very successful school season in the fall - We hope to see everyone in October and November in the gym. 

 

 

  WELCOME TO PITTSBURGH JUNIORS VOLLEYBALL

We are proud to offer a fair and unbiased atmosphere for all levels of athletes who are aspiring to improve their volleyball skills, as well as enjoy an experience that will assist in their growth both on and off the court.

We always put the athlete first and foremost. Everyone of every skill level is welcome and encouraged to participate.

 

NO LABELS

JUST VOLLEYBALL

 

 

"Coaches DO NOT make players - players MAKE coaches! Players are the ones who work hard, execute the skills and drive for successCoaches are simply the tool and resource of information that assists the player to remain focused and drive for their best while realizing their full potential."