Practices Times: January 28, 2018
YES - Changes in times for 1/28/2018
1st Wave of Practices - 1:00 Start Time
Elementary (12's Team) 1:00-2:30 and
Elementary (13's Team) 1:00-2:30 on court 1
Jr. High (15-7's) 1:00-3:00 on court 2
High School 15's Delphi 1:00-3:00 on court 3
2nd Wave of Practices
High School 18's team 2:30-5:15 on court 1
High School 17's Goodspeed 3-5:30 court 2
High School 16's team 3:30-6:00 on court 3
3rd Wave of Practices
Jr. High 15's Carroll 5:15-7:30 court 1
High School 17's Greg 5:30-7:45 court 2
for Sunday 1/28/2018
Posted Saturday, 1/22.
Rain. As of today, next Sunday is simply a rainy day.
Parents and players, please do not hand coaches cash (especially D. Crum) that is not in an envelope with a name on it.
2018 CIViC Players college signings.
Congratulations to the girls who will continue to play volleyball at the college level.
Megan Herr: Davenport University (Grand Rapids, IL)
2017 CIViC Players at college
Lauren Worl: Lauren red shirted her freshmen year at Quincy, which is ended up 8-21.
Sophia Rogers: IU-East went 21-19 getting hot at the end of the season and won their conference tournament qualifying for the NAIA national tournament., Sophie was a starting middle hitter and lead the team in blocking.
Madie Sailors: U. of Wisconsin Platteville finished their season at 15-14 and Madie is a starting DS. She finished the season third on the team in digs and aces.
Megan Wall: U. of Cincinnati Clermont finsished 15-20 and also got hot at the right time of the season. They qualified for the USCAA National Tournament. Megan was a starting left side hitter and setter.
2015 CIViC Players at college
Sam Brenneman: Trinity International (Chicago) finished 16-19 and Sam was fourth on the team in kills, hitting percent, and second in total blocks.
2014 CIViC Players at college.
Bailey Worl: IU-Kokomo finished 30-10 and qualified for the NAIA National Tournament. Bailey played as an opposite and middle blocker. She finished her playing career with a fantastic match in the conference semi-finals.
As educators, we are committed to providing a quality learning experience at an affordable price. We will not form a team without two quality coaches. We limit the size of our teams to guarantee a 1:5 coach to player ratio. Generally our teams have no more than ten players in an effort to insure a player's role. Having said that, attendance at practice is very important.
Our high school teams practice on Sundays. While we have reservations with this day, it works best in order to gain access to the gyms and allows the girls to remain active in their home community activities.
Lastly, we will ability group our teams. It is to the benefit of every player that practices and schedules allow them to compete at an appropriate level.