Vanderbilt Women’s Volleyball Club
The purpose of the Women’s Club Volleyball Team is to provide a recreational team that cultivates teamwork, exercise, and fun into a yearlong program. Throughout the year, the team travels to surrounding cities for weekend tournaments. The yearlong practices and tournaments are all in preparation for the National Club Volleyball Championships, in April. The first year that the women’s volleyball team was able to attend Nationals was in Columbus, Ohio, in 2003. Each of the following years, the Nationals are held in different cities around the country to adhere to most of the teams traveling restrictions.
Finally, the Women’s Club Volleyball Team is dedicated to practicing good sportsmanship, having fun, and being competitive all at the same time. It gives women a chance to play competitively, above an intramural level. The Women’s Club Volleyball Team loves to have new players at all times of the year and is willing to be flexible to accommodate most needs of the girls, with respect to practice schedules and other conflicts. Please email the senior captain if you have any questions regarding the practice schedule and other questions you may have.
Practices for the women’s team are usually held twice during the weekdays, and once on the weekend. The practices are two hours in length and are held in the far court of the Recreational Center Gymnasium. Although the team is currently without a coach, the men’s volleyball coach volunteers to run practice and assist at tournaments that he is able to attend. Along with the men’s volleyball coach, senior leadership is very important. The senior captain decides the tournaments the team attends and takes care of all the financial issues.
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