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asaclubmax.org. MAX imum Success. Backed by Allen Sports Association – Non-Profit Organization with 35 years of experience in youth sports Pilot Program produced top-ranking team in 1 st year – Ranked 17 th in North Texas in 2009-10

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Asaclubmax org

asaclubmax.org


Max imum success

MAXimum Success

  • Backed by Allen Sports Association – Non-Profit Organization with 35 years of experience in youth sports

  • Pilot Program produced top-ranking team in 1st year – Ranked 17th in North Texas in 2009-10

  • Last year had several high ranking teams with the 12’s National team ranking 6th in North Texas.


Max imum commitment

MAXimum Commitment

  • Provide Highest Competition at Reasonable Cost

  • Strengthen Middle School & High School Athletics programs

  • Provide High Quality Coaching

  • Build Confidence and Trust Between Families and Club


Max imum convenience

MAXimum Convenience

  • Provide a local venue for top level athletes to receive training to advance their skills

  • All practices held in Allen

    • Ereckson Middle School

    • Blue Sky Sports Center

    • Other AISD courts if necessary


Max imum playing time

MAXimum Playing Time

  • Teams limited to 10 players to provide as much play time as possible for all members of the team.

  • Teams are formed to be successful, not just to have multiple teams.


Max imum commitment1

MAXimum Commitment

Our coaches are committed to improving each player's skills.  This is a passion, not a job.

5 Committed Coaches for the 2011-12 Season

  • Steve Lam has been coaching volleyball in ASA and PSA for seven years.  He has experienced coaching teams from the 2nd grade to 7th grade.  He is USAV IMPACT certified and CAP I.  Steve started playing volleyball in grade school and in organized competition for over 25 years.  He has played outside hitter and defensive specialist for a club team while at the University of Oklahoma and continues to play competitively

  • David Bauchert has been coaching volleyball with ASA for the past two years, and has over 25 years of volleyball experience.  He has played competitively in all varieties of volleyball – sand, grass, indoor, doubles, triples, sixes, men’s and co-ed.  He primarily plays outside hitter and middle positions.  David is USAV IMPACT certified.


Max imum commitment2

MAXimum Commitment

  • Corey Jones has been coaching volleyball players for almost 14 years. From 1997 to 2002, he coached elite volleyball camps at SFASU under the direction of 4 time NCAA SLC coach of the year, Debbie Humphreys. In 2000, he began offering one on one coaching sessions and weekly volleyball clinics at the JCC of Dallas. From 2000 – 2002, Cory headed up the first official junior club volleyball program for the JCC of Dallas, The JCC Juniors. He has served as a player-coach, assistant coach, head coach and club director.

  • Russell Craig has been involved with volleyball for over 20 years.  He has played indoor (USVBA) and outdoor (grass/sand) competitive tournaments in North Texas for over 15 years.  He started coaching in 2001 as a volunteer with SVAA  for two years and has helped coach teams for ASA for the last 7 years.  He has also served as a board member for ASA Volleyball for the past 4 years.

  • Iris Montalvohas been playing volleyball for 14 years including high school where she earned distinction as a top Outside Hitter in her home town of El Paso. Iris currently plays club volleyball at the University of Texas – Dallas in the Southern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association as well as in a City of Allen adult league.  Iris has also played collegiate soccer at Richland College and coached girls youth soccer


Max imum value

MAXimum Value

  • Since Club Max is backed by ASA and is a non-profit, club fees can be much more affordable than other area clubs.

  • The lower fees do not mean less coaching or lower competition. Our goal is to provide the highest competition at a reasonable cost.

  • Club Max fees are one half to one third the cost of most North Texas clubs.


Age groups

Age Groups

  • 15 and Under Division:

  • Players who were born on or after September 1, 1996

  • 14 and Under Division:

  • Players who were born on or after September 1, 1997

  • 13 and Under Division:

  • Players who were born on or after September 1, 1998

  • 12 and Under Division:

  • Players who were born on or after September 1, 1999

  • 11 and Under Division:

  • Players who were born on or after September 1, 2000


Team structure

Team Structure

  • Each team will fall into the following levels of play. Select, Elite and National could field team in any age group.

  • Developmental – Beginner players who are ready for club play but need additional training to refine their skills.

  • Local Select – Intermediate players who are ready for club. Will play in select local tournaments only, no qualifiers.

  • Local Elite – Skilled club players who are ready to compete but not ready to compete at a National level. Will play in qualifier.

  • National – Top level players who have played club previously and will compete at a National level in out of state tournaments.


Practice commitment

Practice Commitment

Developmental Teams

64 hours – Two 1 ½-hour practices per week

Local Select Teams

64 hours – Two 1 ½-hour practices per week

Local Elite Teams

84 hours – Two 2-hour practices per week

National Teams

84 hours – Two 2-hour practices per week

*Based on 21-week schedule – Nov. 28 through April 29


Tournaments

Tournaments

Developmental Teams

Two 1-Day & 4 2-Day

Local Select Teams

Two 1-Day & 5 2-Day

Local Elite Teams

Two 1-Day, Six 2-Day, 1 Qualifier – LS

National Teams

Eight 2-Day, 2 Qualifiers

1 day = Saturday

2 day = Saturday & Sunday

Qualifiers could run 3-days


Club dues

Club Dues

Cost per team (based on 10 players per team)

  • Developmental - $1200

  • Local Select - $1300

  • Local Elite - $1500

  • National - $1600

    Once given an offer, $500 due at signing for every player.

    Remaining balance broken up in to 3 monthly payments. (December, January & February)

    *Club dues do not include travel expenses


Ready to tryout

Ready To Tryout?

Check out NTRVolleyball.org – Tryout Guide

Register & Attend Pre-Tryout Clinics

11-12Saturday, Oct. 154-5:30 PM Boyd Elementary

13-15Saturday, Oct. 155:30-7 PM Boyd Elementary

11-12Saturday, Oct. 224-5:30 PM Boyd Elementary

13-15Saturday, Oct. 225:30-7 PM Boyd Elementary

  • $20 per player/per clinic

  • Must bring signed medical release waiver to clinic (only once)


Tryouts

Tryouts

Must register at NTRVolleyball.org prior to tryouts - $45 per player

Must bring copy of USAV Membership Card to tryouts

Must bring Medical Release Form to tryouts

Must register online for one of the tryouts below:

11s, 12s, 13s Sat., Oct. 295:00-8:00 PMChandler Elementary100 Water Oak Drive, Allen

11s, 12s, 13s Sun., Oct. 301:00-5:00 PM Blue Sky Sports Center950 East Main Street, Allen

14s, 15s Sat., Nov. 55:00-8:00 PM Ford Middle School(Auxillary Gym)630 Park Place, Allen

14s, 15s Sun., Nov. 61:00-5:00 PM Blue Sky Sports Center950 East Main Street, Allen

*Photocopy of birth certificate required after offer has been made for a team


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