Our volleyball programs are not team oriented; we specialize in building skills and athleticism on an individual basis. We work on the individual needs of the volleyball player in order to make her a better athlete.
Our entire program is focused on skills and mechanically breaking them down so the athlete can achieve control of themselves and the ball. Getting and being in shape is the athlete’s responsibility. Students will get a workout – but our goal is to teach proper mechanics, how to implement each skill, and building on those skills so the athlete can reach the next level. We expect 100% effort and attention, a positive attitude, hard work and complete focus by the athlete.
Although our focus is on individual skills, we do teach the individual everything they need to make a team, play on a team, and become a starter on a team.
HOT Summer Camps:
Practices are held two nights a week for all age levels.
Clinic sessions at Queens College in Fitzgerald Gym for girls and boys. Participants do not need to be members of the club.
Technical Director and Coach — Merlin Thompson. A graduate of Queens College where he lettered in several sports including volleyball, Merlin is currently the acting head coach of Queens College volleyball. He serves as a cadre instructor for USA Volleyball as well as The Garden Empire Volleyball Association (GEVA) New York City Junior Rep. He also serves as technical director and coach of the Creole Big Apple Volleyball juniors club. Merlin has also coached in the New York Empire State Games, and played within the Creole adults program.
The League welcomes teams and individuals and features coed, men’s and women’s divisions.