Many current and former NRV coaches continue their efforts to help improve volleyball skills by running camps in the offseason. Coaches like Tom Houser and Rachel & David Turk can be found hosting multiple camps.
Here are Coach Tom Houser's camps for the Summer of 2018:
Travel Club Volleyball
Next Revolution Volleyball is a non-profit, developmental and competitive volleyball program located in Roanoke, Virginia, for girls 18 and under. Next Revolution Volleyball Club is administered through the United States of America Volleyball (USAV) Junior program. Our goal is provide each player with a highly competitive level of coaching and playing experience, to promote teamwork and sportsmanship, to develop and maintain advanced skills, to prepare athletes for college teams, and to have fun while competing. We aim to further the growth of the sport for girls in Southwest Virginia while supporting the USAV Juniors program. The teams within NRV compete in tournaments sanctioned by USAV, which is the governing body for volleyball in the USA. NRV is a member of the Old Dominion Region Volleyball Association (ODR). Our coaches are IMPACT certified and are experienced in coaching at a highly competitive level. As with every club in the Old Dominion Region, each coach must pass a background check administered by USAV. Our teams begin practicing in December, and generally end their seasons sometime between March through May, depending on which tournaments they attend.
Skills & Recruiting Clinics
Throughout the season, NRV will offer position clinics to our players. We also invite several college coaches to come speak with our players and parents about playing volleyball in college and what to expect throughout the recruiting process. Stay tuned for details about this season’s events!
NRV will again have a Developmental Program coached by Basil Conner, Stephanie Conner, Emily Conner, Doug Eller, and Charity Harmon. There are no tryouts for this program; it is for girls and boys approximately ages 9-13 who are interested in learning the game or to sharpen their skills to help them make school and travel teams. Once open, registration remains available until capacity has been reached.
The season consist of 12 weekly sessions and will begin in January. Further details are available on the Developmental page.
2018 Popular Multi-day Tournaments