We are excited to announce a great event for your volleyball players to attend.  

 

UCI Men’s Volleyball is hosting SADA Cruzeiro from Brazil in a weeklong international exhibition tournament and we have been invited to attend the final game.    

Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 at 1:00 pm  

Location: Crawford Hall. 

Cost: The event is free and parking is only $10    

Please register in advance below by Thursday September 25 – don’t delay though as we anticipate the event will fill up quickly. The Site that has the highest percentage of registrations for the event will receive a clinic sometime this season with a special guest.  

 

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The Fall USYVL season is here.  Please check your site to see if we still have room in your child's division by clicking on the link below. If it says ADD TO CART we still have room on current teams. If it says ADD TO WAITLIST please sign up and we will do everything possible to still get your child in (Please note if you are able to volunteer as a Head Coach or Assistant Coach it helps us add a new team so we can accept everyone off the waitlist)

You can register online here:  http://usyvl.countmein.com/ProgramHome.aspx   You can pay online or by check.

If you have questions or need additional information give us a call at 1-888-988-7985.

Remember that programs fill quickly and it’s always best to register early! 

 

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Waitlist Procedure

1) Check to see if your program is on a Waitlist status by clicking here and selecting your state and city.  If your program says Add To Cart you can register immediately.

2) If your program says Add To Waitlist please complete your registration. No payment will be taken unless we have space to add your child to a team.

3) If we have space on the current teams or we add an additional team* you will be notified via e-mail and you will have 24 hours to make a payment.  After 24 hours, if you have not paid, your spot will be given to the next player on the Waitlist.

4)  If your program says Closed, we have reached capacity and are no longer accepting registrations.

*- Please note, priority will be given to those who are able to volunteer as Head Coach.  This will allow us to add an additional team in your child's division.  

We will do our best to place as many kids as possible and give them an opportunity to play USYVL!  

 

 

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We are both pleased and excited to announce the opening of a new advanced skills development league. The Advanced Juniors Program’s emphasis on developing fundamental volleyball skills on par with what is taught at the Club level – at a fraction of the cost - is the next step in the USYVL’s mission to develop the sport of volleyball from the ground up. The Advanced Juniors Program’s curriculum is designed to bridge the gap between USYVL’s instructional league and high school/Club volleyball in a fun, safe, supervised environment. Players are encouraged to be competitive while maintaining good sportsmanship. Space is open to intermediate and experienced players ages 11-16.

 

 

 

Upland Advanced Juniors

 

Pacific Christian Center

 

800 West Arrow Highway

 

Upland, California 

 

9/8/2014 - 11/8/2014

 

Mon, Fri, and Saturday (tournament)

 

 

 

Camarillo Advanced Juniors

 

Ventura County Volleyball Club

 

161 Plaza La Vista #150

 

Camarillo, CA

 

9/9/2014 - 11/8/2014

 

Tues, Thurs, and Saturday (tournament)

 

 

 

San Luis Obispo Advanced Juniors

 

Taylor Gym - 1500 Lizzie Street

 

San Luis Obispo, CA

 

9/8/2014 - 11/8/2014

 

Tues, Fri, and Saturday (tournament)

 

 

 

We look forward to seeing you on the court this fall season! In the meantime, we wish you a wonderful summer. 

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With very warm weather headed to many USYVL sites this week, this is a good time to remind players, coaches, other volunteers and parents to stay hydrated. Staying hydrated not only helps with alertness, but also improves sport performance. It also keeps every day symptoms like fatigue, headaches, and dry skin at bay.  In hot weather situations, such as those anticipated this week, proper hydration is a health safety issue.

 

Water is ideal, but sports drinks can add a boost of electrolytes that can be beneficial. 

Warning signs of heat exhaustion include heavy sweating, a rapid, weak heartbeat, muscle cramps, low blood pressure, cool, moist and pale skin, slightly elevated body temperature, weakness and dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting, dark-colored urine, paleness and fainting. Monitor victims of heat exhaustion closely because heat exhaustion can quickly become a case of heat stroke.

 

First aid for heat exhaustion and stroke begins with getting the affected person out of the sun and heat, and cooling the victim off. In a mild case of heat exhaustion, the CDC advises relatively mild measures, like resting in an air conditioned room (or air conditioned car) and drinking cool liquids.

Here is an informative article on hydration from WebMd.

 

It’s important to stay hydrated, so be sure to drink plenty of fluids during heat waves. With proper hydration, your day on the court will be like any other fun day on the court. 

And, if you want to be teammate of the week, be sure to bring a cold bottle of water for a fellow player or coach!

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As another successful spring season winds down for the United States Youth Volleyball League (USYVL), a big “thank you” is due to the many volunteers who made it happen for the kids. The volunteer crew is essential to the success of the league, keeping the league affordable while, at the same time, offering a family atmosphere, since so many family members are involved. We’re grateful for the time donated by each and every volunteer this past season. Your efforts created a terrific experience for the children participating in USYVL.  

 

If you haven’t volunteered in the past, and have a child participating in the future, you are certainly encouraged to volunteer. The guidelines to volunteer are available on the USYVL website.  

 

In addition to donating time, monetary donations derived from the charity and goodwill of many individual donors, along with corporate sponsors, assist the USYVL in achieving its mission to provide every child an opportunity to learn the sport of volleyball in a fun, safe, and supervised environment. Donations improve opportunities for children in the league in two ways. First, children with a desire to play in the league, but are faced with verified financial need, are offered assistance. Since the inception of the league, thanks to donations, no child has ever been turned down from participating in the league based on financial circumstances. Second, donations fund important USYVL education and training programs, which benefit all children involved with USYVL.   

 

If you are in a position to be able to make a monetary donation, we encourage you to join our board members in donating $25, $50, $100, or any amount you can comfortably give to USYVL. Each donation, no matter the amount, makes a difference! 

 

The opportunities for health, fitness, self-esteem building and, of course, learning the skills of volleyball, offered through the USYVL continue. Thank you for being part of it.    

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