Ava Brunn

Posted On: 07/28/20 3:49 PM

July is looking a little different this year, and I’m loving it.  While I enjoy how it typically “kicks off” the preparation for the high school volleyball season, I truly love how players have found their way to playing outdoors whether it be in the sand or grass.  The outdoor game variations give players more touches, teaches them different aspects of the game, and trains them to read the play on the opposing side.  With limitations to being in the gym, our players have gotten the opportunity to play other versions and continue to expand their game.  Additionally, players may see the many options of playing once high school and college careers wrap up, as well as the additional opportunity to play in college with the expanding collegiate beach volleyball programs.   

Club is officially done and some summer leagues and camps are in progress.  Now that the WIAA says there will be a season, even though delayed, the excitement for the high school season has started.  But before we switch gears too much, there were some players competing in doubles at the Waupaca Boatride Tournament that should be on your radar.  Some big names were already committed to play indoor and beach,

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