Middle School League
Middle School Volleyball League is a recreational volleyball league run by Lanier Volleyball Club in conjunction with Hall County Schools. Focus is on instruction and development of the fundamentals of volleyball: passing, setting, blocking, hitting, serving, and defense, as well as team concepts through instruction and game play. This league is for girls who are currently enrolled at a Hall County Middle School from 6th grade to 8th grade. Players are placed onto teams by their affiliated high school and will practice twice a week (Mondays/Fridays) as well as play matches on Saturdays.
Middle School League serves girls in Grades 6-8
Athletes DO NOT have to be enrolled in a Hall County School to participate.
All programs within Lanier Volleyball Club are run in accordance to our mission to provide athletes in the North Georgia area with the highest level of technical, tactical and physical training available. The model used for the Middle School League program seeks to send equipped athletes to the Hall County High School Volleyball Programs by increasing volleyball skill and understanding. We use a matched skill format allowing the growth and challenge of all levels of play within the program. Practice and training is structured into a cutting edge program created around well researched motor learning principles and player development/advancement science. This model allows for less time waiting in line, more touches on the ball, faster player development and higher skill retention rates.
Spring 2020 Program
This program has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. We hope to resume Youth Programing in Fall 2020.
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Practices: 2 Days/Week (1.5 hours duration)
Matches: Saturday Morning/Afternoons & Some Weekday Evenings (1-2 hours duration)
All levels of experience are welcome. Students from outside of Hall County Schools are welcome. All players will be placed on a team. Athletes are divided by school then by ability and play with and against others similar to their own level of competition. Most schools historically have had at least 2 teams (A & B).
- Frequent use of small sided games (1 v 1, 2 v 2, 3 v 3), not lines, teaching athletes the game
- Time spent with both your athlete’s team coach and multiple professional coaches with your athlete’s team
- 6 v 6 match play with your child’s team
- Season ending tournament