Gold Cal Jrs Volleyball Club believes that success is a result of developing the players physically and mentally. Our desire is to provide opportunity for highly motivated volleyball players to further develop and enhance their skills through participation in USA Volleyball’s Junior Program. We are dedicated to structuring programs that focus on providing the best possible opportunities for young athletes to develop basic and advanced volleyball fundamentals.

5 Keys to Better Serving
Advice from the following pros from VolleyballUSA Fall 2013

Nicole Fawcett
 - Opposite, U.S. Women’s National Team
     "Practice, practice, practice."
Bill Neville - Assistant coach for gold-medalist 1984 U.S. Olympic Men’s Team, national commissioner of coaching education for USA Volleyball, owner of Nevillisms
     "Checklist every serve. A checklist is part of a routine."
Matt Anderson - Outside Hitter, U.S. Men’s National Team
     "I usually take one or two deep breaths to calm my nerves and calm my heart       and really get focused on what I need to do to get a good serve."
Shawn Patchell - Concordia University Irvine men’s volleyball coach
    "Serving is not about aces; it’s about getting the opposing team ‘out of system."
Matt Fuerbringer - U.S. Men’s National Team assistant coach, former beach pro
    "The key to great serving is finding a fixed target to serve to."

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Sundays @ Folsom Sports Complex
No pre-registration!
Open to all athletes!

$20 Per Clinic (cash or check)

4-5:30pm • grades 5th - 8th
6-7:30pm • grades 9th - 12th
October 4 / October 11
October 18 / October 25
November 1 / November 8
* Information Meetings at 5:30pm on
10/4, 10/18 & 11/8.

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Not sure about playing for Gold Cal? Attend a Gold Cal Clinic!
Meet the Gold Cal Jrs Coaching Staff
& other Prospective Teammates.

*2016 Coaching Roster

*2016 Budgets - Coming Soon!

Questions? Email info@goldcaljrsvbc.com

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5 Ways to be a Better Teammate

Top coaches and accomplished players all agree that a big key to success on the volleyball court is establishing yourself as a positive influence on your teammates. Here’s what five experts say about how you can make that happen.

David Kniffin - University of California-Irvine Men’s Volleyball Head Coach
Jeff Conover -Coach for 2012 Olympic beach silver medalists Jen Kessy and April Ross
Terry Pettit -Former University of Nebraska Women’s Volleyball Head Coach
Lindsey Berg - Three-time U.S. indoor Olympian as a setter, two-time silver medalist
Brian Thornton - Setter, U.S. Men’s National Volleyball Team

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Advice from the pros from
olleyballUSA Summer 2013


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Courtney Thompson, Setter for USA Volleyball
shares how you can grow as an athlete and a team through a loss. Courtney says there yes it hurts when you lose, but there is only so much you can control. When you lose it helps you examine everything and learn from it so you don't have the same result next time.

NCVA Updates
*Power League Schedule
*Premier League Schdule
USA Volleyball
*USAV Nationals June 24-July 3
Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis
*Girls Qualifier Schedule
*Girls 18's Open & USA Qualifier Schedule

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