Congratulations to Savannah Siegrist - she is transferring to University of Oregon to play NCAA Beach Volleyball (PAC-12)!!
Our season begins mid-April and runs through the end of July.
We practice in rain and wind because a tourney would be played in those conditions. If lightning is visible, practice needs to be suspended/postponed for 12 minutes from the last visible strike. Thunder is a good cue that lightning strikes are in the area but lightning strikes may be present without thunder. Unfortunately players will have to come to the court to make the determination. If the coach determines that practice is canceled, he will provide as much notice as possible.
We do not practice in sub-50 degree temperatures.
SRVC groups players into pools based on age and skill level. Each pool has up to 10 players. All SRVC beach players practice with their pool. After the first couple weeks of practice, your coach helps with suitable partnerships for tournaments. Players may team with a different partner for each tournament and is actually highly encouraged. You may partner with a player from any pool or even from another club.
The SRVC on-line calendar lists local, regional and national beach/sand tournaments. There are grass tournaments available from various organizations; they are not provided on the SRVC calendar. Teams are responsible to register for the tournaments in which they are interested. Your coach can assist in those decisions.
All SRVC Calendars are maintained under Teams. To see the Beach Team Tournament options calendar, click on Teams tab on the top menu and select Beach Team Tournament List from Choose a Team drop-down menu. From the Team page, select Schedule from the left-hand menu. There is a Schedule view and a Calendar view.
To see the practice schedule for a particular team, click on the Teams tab on the top menu and select the team name. From the team page, select Schedule from the left-hand menu.
Andres Filippi is head coach of the SRVC Beach Program. He is a veteran player and has numerous years of coaching experience. He his Beach IMPACT and CAP certifications.
Brighde Williamson played for SRVC for two years and is assisting coaching in the SRVC Beach program. She brings great experience and enthusiasm to the outdoor court.
Ernie Siegrist, who is Beach IMPACT and CAP certified, directs the SRVC Beach Volleyball Program.
If you have questions about the SRVC Beach Volleyball Program, contact us at our general e-mail address and we will respond quickly.
The cost of this program is $400 per player and includes instruction and fitness training, facility fees, equipment and SRVC Beach apparel. Full payment is due when you receive notice that you have made a player pool. No refunds are given for any reason. Tuition does not include tournament fees or travel.
SRVC is a partner with Kids Gone Beach America. KGBA Volleyball is a sports organization with the mission to grow and promote the sport of outdoor volleyball (sand and grass).
SRVC is also partnering with Southern Sand Volleyball Club (Apex, NC), Ohio Valley Beach Club (Cincinnati, OH), Rally Volleyball Club (Emerson, GA) and Hickory Beach Volleyball (Tavares, FL). We plan on participating in their sponsored events through the Summer.