Site Director: Lisa Kain
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2024-25 Season

Check-In: Check-in time begins 30 mins before scheduled tryouts
Location: Sports Advantage Center
Cost: $45

Notes: Players will complete athletic testing, skills evaluation and competition evaluations at our tryout. Players SHOULD register prior to the 1st tryout for their age group/program whether they can participate or not to be considered. Players will only participate in one tryout/program. Selections will be made at the end of each tryout.

Tryout Registration Program Comparison Summer Tryout FAQs

February 22, 2024

Spring Kids Camps

We’re excited to be offering a variety of opportunities for young players in March! March 1st :: 8:30-10:30am – $25 March 27th-29th :: 12-1:30pm – $75 Register here! 

National Program

Collegiate Player Development

The Girls' National Program is to be considered by athletes who are looking to train and compete nationally at the highest level in club and aspire to play in college. Teams are trained by our most experienced coaches. The National Program competes in President's Day events, the Mizuno Showcase as well as the Northern Lights Qualifer. Teams will also compete in additional national exposure tournaments. The travel costs of these out of region events are not included in the regular season dues.

One Wisconsin takes careful consideration for the national teams and the level of play we enter teams into at each tournament.  We follow the below guidelines for our tournament entry levels for our national teams to provide the highest level of competition and recruiting exposure: 

Open (in state tournaments), Premier (AAU/JVA tournaments), Liberty/USA (USAV tournaments)

All players accepting spots on U13-U18 National teams will be required to compete in the USAV or AAU National Championships at the end of the season.

Season Information

    Premier Program

    Scholastic Player Development

    The Girls' Premier Program is designed for advanced players focused on excelling in their middle school or high school programs. The program is a lower cost travel program that provides strong coaching and competition against clubs playing in the Badger region. Premier teams may also be ideal for athletes that have time conflicts with the Girls' National Program season. The Premier program will compete in events against other clubs from Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota.

    All players accepting spots in the Premier Program will be required to compete in the Badger Region Champs tournament at the end of the season.  

    The Premier program will again be offering a spring season for those that wish to have an extended season. 

    Season Information - Premier

      Regional Program

      Fundamental Player Development

      Girls' Regional Teams are an ideal starting point for middle school and high school (frosh/soph only) players looking to get started with club volleyball. Practices are spent working on individual skills with an emphasis on team play in a fun, positive environment. Regional teams compete against other regional-based club programs at competitive events.

      Regional Teams compete in 5 single day tournaments and 1 overnight event.

      Season Information - Regional