Team Assignments have been posted

The 2014-2015 JO Season Teams have been posted.

Due to the high number of players this year we have a larger number of players that have been invited to participate in the In-House league. The In-House league has transformed into what will soon be renamed the "Training Academy". We believe this better describes this program.
We now have two levels within this program.
Level 1, will be for new players, and Level 2 will be for more experienced players. Both levels will be practicing at the same time, on two different courts. Practice time will be from 12:45pm-2:45pm, at the Health Club of Concord (formerly known as the Racquet Club of Concord). The training focus will be adjusted according to the players' abilities.
To maintain consistency there will be one head coach in charge of the program. Head coaches from many of the tournament teams will be coaching these players on a rotating basis. This will allow for everyone to get a wonderful and wide variety of experienced coaches. If you have been placed on a Shuttle Squad or in the In-house/Training Academy program (both of which provide a great opportunity to have fun and work on your game), and think that you would prefer to persue other endevours this season, we will refund your Team/Shuttle/In-house fees. If this is the case, then you must let us know before the first practice (this coming Sunday, Nov 23rd) so we can start the refund process and move other players into the position vacated.

Thanks to all who tried out and helped during tryouts. It should be a great season!!!


Congratulations to the Ospreys!
Congratulations to the Osrpeys!
Ospreys win at Forekicks II (NERVA 5)
Ospreys win at Forekicks II (NERVA 5)

Ospreys kept their streak alive with another tournament win! The Ospreys won all 5 NERVA tournaments this year. NERVA I at the 14-A Division and then the 4 remaining tournaments at the 14-AA Division (the highest division in the NERVA 14-and-under level). Their success on the scoreboard was superceded by their incredible focus on 'Team'! Their teamwork lead the way to controlling the ball, the volleys, the scoreboard and eventually the outcome of each tournament win. Congratulations to the Ospreys for an outstanding and unprecedented season!

What is the In-house league?

The CRVBC In-house league is a great opportunity to learn and improve your volleyball skills using the same techniques as our national teams.  The format consists of going through skill building drills followed by playing time.  You will be coached by members of the coaching staff on a rotating basis.  Practice runs from 3:30 to 5:30 each Sunday except for Easter and Tournament days.  In addition you will learn how to referee and scorekeep. CRVBC has been wanting to establish an In-house league for quite some time and we are very excited about it!