Players will develop a wider range of serves to put into their volleyball arsenal
This Intermediate/Advanced Serving Clinic is designed to assist players in perfecting their serving ability. Intermediate players will utilize repetition and correction of serving techniques to develop consistent serving success. Advanced players will be given the opportunity to create an arsenal of different serves including jump floats, jump serves, drop serves, and more. One of the most important aspects of volleyball is serving. Being able to change serve types, locations, and power will help take your game to the next level!
Thursdays in October, 6-7 PM, 4 Weeks
Location: Souderton Mennonite Church (105 W. Chestnut St. Souderton PA 18964)
Ages: 11-16, Co-Ed Intermediate/Advanced
What to Bring: All necessary equipment is provided. Bring a water bottle (labeled with your name) and wear sneakers. Volleyball knee pads are not required, but they are recommended for athletes in our intermediate-advanced classes.
October 2022 Costs
4-Week Clinic = $120
- Almost every activity has a minimum number of registrants needed to cover the expenses or to make it enjoyable for everyone (think sports games and scrimmages). Classes may be subject to cancellation if there is insufficient enrollment. If you see an activity you like, don’t hesitate to sign up today!
- All registrations are on a first-come; first-served basis.
All payments made to CAL Sports Academy are non-refundable. CAL Sports Academy reserves the right to cancel a program due to insufficient registrations and will issue a full refund in the form of account credit. There are no make-ups for missed programs unless due to weather related closings. If you cannot attend the make-up date, a full refund in the form of account credit will be issued. Program refers to any activity CAL Sports Academy provides.
CAL Sports Academy cannot offer refunds for participating in a sports program such as a clinic, class, camp, or team because the money collected in registration fees goes directly towards paying coaches for their time, gym space, insurance, equipment, and other fixed costs. All of which are expenses that cannot be recouped after a registrant has participated in a program or if a registrant cancels within a week of the program start date.