GIRLS COMPETITIVE PROGRAMS
Main Beach competes in the Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) under the umbrella of USA Volleyball, the national governing body for amateur volleyball at all levels of competition. The Northern California Region extends north to the Oregon border, south to Fresno, and west to San Francisco and east to the Utah border. The NCVA website is a source of information on tournaments, dates, times and places as well as team status for the Power and Premier Leagues.
Competitive teams for ages 12-18
The Main Beach Travel teams are the club’s elite teams and are at the highest level of competition. These teams participate in Power League which consists of a 2 day qualifier, 3 Power League tournaments, and a 2 day regional tournament held in Reno, NV. Travel teams will also be competing in a Cal Kickoff, President’s Day and Far Westerns.
Power League tournament play consists of 1 two-day qualifier, 3 Power League tournaments, and a 2 day regional tournament. Players selected for a Power League team are playing at the highest level of junior volleyball. These teams are striving to win a bid for the Junior Nationals, while gaining exposure to college recruiters. Hotels for 2-3 day tournaments are covered in the club fees. Travel and food expenses are not included. Practices are three days per week.
This league is also under the umbrella of the NCVA. Tournament play consists of one qualifier, three league tournaments, and district championships. The Premier league tournaments do not require overnight stays. These teams will also compete at the Cal Kickoff Tournament held in January. Practices are three days per week.
Middle School Fall Competitive Season
Main Beach offers a 3 month program from mid-August through November for 13 and 14 year olds. This program is for advanced players who wish to compete locally. Coachability is one of the best attributes of a player especially at this age. With hard work and perseverance skill progression is inevitable.
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