We are a volleyball club fielding girls teams ages 10's to 18's competing at the Regional or American level. We are located in Cincinnati, Ohio and are members of USAV and the Ohio Valley Region. All practices are held at the TriHealth Fitness and Health Pavilion on Pfieffer Road. We field 2-3 teams in each age bracket that compete in the Regional or American Divisions traveling up to 2-4 hours from Cincinnati.
Practice Days for the 13s to 17s teams (American and Regional) will be 2 weekdays and 1 weekend day. Both weekday practices will be a tiered training format, meaning all the Purple teams will practice at the same time and all the Pink and Black teams will practice at the same time. The weekend practice will be an individual team practice format. The 10's, 11's, 12s and 18's teams will practice 1 weekday and 1 weekend day.
13's-17's American Plus teams will compete in 11-13 playing days including OVR Championships and Asics Junior Nationals in Chicago.
13's-17's American teams will compete in 8-10 playing days including OVR Championships.
13's-17's Regional teams will compete in 6-8 playing days including OVR Championships.
12s American team will compete in 6-8 playing days including OVR Championships.
10's-12's and 18s Regional teams will compete in 4-5 playing days including OVR Championships.
A program for players ages 5 to 10 and parents.
The Ohio Valley Region (OVR), Inc. is one of the largest of the 40 regional volleyball associations (RVAs) of USA Volleyball (USAV). Our main purpose as an amateur athletic sports association is to promote and establish quality volleyball through participation by both adults and juniors, according to the standards set forth by USA Volleyball and the Amateur Sports Act of 1978. Geographically, the Ohio Valley Region includes the states of Ohio and West Virginia, and bordering counties (Erie, Crawford, Mercer, Lawrence, Beaver, Washington, Green) of Western Pennsylvania.
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