All Loganland Honorees
Mackenzie Campbell - 1st Team
Lafayette Courier & Journal
Small School Honorees
Megan Herr of Carroll - 1st Team
Grace Filburn, Makayla McMains, & Mia Moore of Carroll - Honorable Mention
Elizabeth Garing of S. Newton - Honorable Mention
Grace Filbrun of Carroll -
Lilly Scholarship Winner!
It simply does not get any bigger than this one. Congratulations to Grace for being the 2018 Lilly Award winner from Carroll County. If the winner attends a college or university in Indiana, all tuition, room and board, books, and misc. expenses are provided for.
Grace Filbrun of Carroll -
Congratulations to Grace Filbrun who was named Academic All-State on Monday, November 6. Former multi-year CIViC player, C. Malson of Tri-Central was also honored by the Indiana High School Volleyball Coaches Association.
Grace Filbrun and Megan Herr of Carroll - All Region
Congratulations to Grace and Megan for being named All Region for the North Central area of Indiana by the IHSVCA.
Grace Filbrun & Megan Herr of Carroll: All Star Nominees
Congratulations to Grace and Megan for being invited to the IHSVCA All-Star Tryouts for the North All-Star Team.
Both Megan & Grace made it onto the 14 girl roster.
Megan Herr of Carroll -
1st Team 2A All-State
Congratulations to Megan Herr for being named 2A 1st Team All-State as selected by the IHSVCA.
Hoosier Heartland All-Conference:
Congratulations to Megan Herr, Grace Filbrun, & Dawson Freeman for being named All-Conference. Congratulations to Makayla McMains and Mia Moore of Carroll for being Honorable Mention selections.
Midwest Athletic Conference:
Congratulations to Elizabeth Garing of South Newton for being named Honorable Mention All-Conference. Congratulations to Peyton Beiswanger of West Central on being named All-Conference.
Sagamon Valley Conference:
Congratulations to Elizabeth Garing of S. Newton for being named 1st Team All-Conference.
Congratulations to Jenna Goodspeed and Kendal Rooze for being named all-conference. Congratulation to Klair Merrell for being named Honorable Mention All-Conference.
Hoosier North Athletic Conference:
Congratulations to Mackenzie Campbell of Pioneer for being named 1st Team All-Conference.
Three Rivers Conference:
Congratulations to MacKenzie Hayslett of Wabash for being named 1st Team All-Conference.
Central Indiana Volleyball Club, CIViC, was created over 20 years ago. During that time, CIViC has helped players from Allen, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Fulton, Grant, Howard, Huntington, Madison, Miami, Tippecanoe, Wabash, White, and Whitley counties and now with Elizabeth coming, Newton.
The intent of CIViC has always been to serve as a developmental tool for area volleyball players. When CIViC was first created, it was specifically to assist middle school, JV, and varsity players who simply wanted to get better. Within a year we formed an elite team to assist players who wanted the opportunity to play college volleyball. Since the creation of CIViC, we have helped 36 players go on to play college
A new club season is set to start with CIViC continuing in Flora.
2018 Club Cost
18's will be $660 (by invitation)
17's will be $560 (varsity players)
16's will be $510 (JV)
15's will be $350 (7th & 8th graders)
13's will be $265 (6th grade)
10's will be $210 (5th & 4th graders)
What is covered in the fees? Registration cost with AAU, JVA, and our local power league, the NCIPL. Most of those cost are going toward liability insurance. A uniform is included for the younger girls and two uniform tops for the high school girls. Spandex is also provided. The biggest share of the fees is allocated to paying our coaches. It is not enough, but we have to pay enough that they are not losing money! We also have gym rental.
18's in Louisville:
"The Hampton's location was the deciding factor." I am glad we went with the central location. We play Saturday at Hazelwood Middle School at 1021 Hazelwood Ave. New Albany, IN 47150. Where we play on Sunday is determined by how we finish on Saturday. The schedule of play for Saturday is 8:00 play, off, ref, 11:00 play and 12:00 play. The usual rules apply with no outside food and $5.00 to enter.
We have final details for the Hampton at 101 E. Jefferson St. Louisville, KY 40202. We have 8 rooms on Friday night and 10 rooms on Saturday night. The room rate is $119 an evening. For those staying two nights, the total is $238 + taxes of $38.25 for a total of $276.25. There is a $6.00 parking fee, which I do not believe is calculated in those totals. Check in on Friday is 3:00 PM. The hotel has an indoor pool. I know in the past, the girls have gone swimming when available. When you arrive at the hotel, the rooms are under "Denny Crum". We have 8 rooms on Friday and 10 on Saturday.
You might have to cut & paste this link into your browser. It will provide a map to the hotel. Please notice all the one way streets in that part of Louisville:
Mark's Feed Store is where we will have dinner. It is a BBQ joint on Bardstown Road, a Broad Ripple like area on steroids. Not as close as the KingFish, but good BBQ in a neighborhood with some serious vibe to it. We have 25 for dinner. The KingFish just could not handle that many. The reservation is for 5:00.
Practice on weekends of play policy -
The elementary teams will not practice on Sundays after playing on Saturday. We do not want to burn these little ones out. One day of volleyball per weekend is good. We will see what the jr. high wants to do?
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.
Grace Filbrun: Depauw University (Greencastle, IN)
Megan Herr: Davenport University (Grand Rapids, MI)
2017 CIViC Players at college
Lauren Worl: Lauren red shirted her freshmen year at Quincy, which 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.