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All of our Clinics are One Session / 2-hour Clinics with expert coaches. Each week we focus on different aspects of the skills.  You can book single sessions or multiple sessions. Please contact us if you have any questions.

DAYS OF THE WEEK

MONDAY/ Passing and Defense TUESDAY Setting WEDNESDAY Attacking and Serving
10/25 10/26 10/27
11/01 11/2 11/03
11/08 11/9 11/10
11/15 11/16 11/17
11/22 11/23 11/24

SUNDAY CLINICS

SUNDAY
11/07 11/14 11/21

PRICES

From 6:30 to 8:30pm

1 Clinic - $40

3 Clinics - $100

5 Clinics - $170

Sunday Clinics -  $30

Sunday Clinics -  Package all three - $70

 


LOCAL

MAAC ATHLETIC CENTER

575 Merrick Ave., Westbury, NY 11590

                                                           PROGRAM                                                     

Passing and Defense

These clinics are designed to introduce concepts and techniques for advanced volleyball. The sessions will prepare athletes for the training they will receive during the upcoming club season with an emphasis on the skills of serve receive and defense, along with serve receive patterns and defensive systems used within the CALI volleyball training experience. These clinics will be for two hours and do not include game play.

SETTING

These clinics are designed to introduce concepts and techniques involved with the setter position in an advanced volleyball environment. The training will prepare athletes for the upcoming club season by introducing them to the skill development and offensive systems taught to our CALI setters and teams. These clinics will be for two hours and do not include game play.

ATTACKING AND SERVING

These clinics are designed to traduce concepts and techniques for attacking as well as serving. The sessions will prepare athletes for the skill of attacking from all positions in the front row, with an emphasis on footwork patterns, arm swing motion and efficiency, and shot selection. Athletes will also improve their power and accuracy in serving, as well as an introduction to the skill of jump serving. These clinics will be for two hours and do not include game play.


SUNDAY LEAGUE

This league is designed to allow athletes to incorporate the skills they learn throughout the clinics in a game-like, pressure-free environment that is meant to be fun but competitive. Athletes will be placed on teams of 7 or 8 and play in a round-robin format against other teams comprised of athletes attending the clinics. Different teams will be formed each week to allow athletes to participate with different teammates each week, and coaches will be present to supervise while play is conducted. The league will be for two hours and will run concurrently with the skills clinics.

Please contact us if you have any questions!

The Registration "Fall Clinics" is not currently available.

COACH HAVA - The Head Clinics Coach


Coach Hava Davis

Davis served as a head coach with the Laguna Beach Volleyball Club and helped lead seven teams to nationals. During his time with Laguna Beach, Davis coached more than 75 players who went on to receive scholarships at both the NCAA and NAIA levels. In addition to his coaching experience with Laguna Beach, Davis also worked as an assistant club director since 1999 with duties relating to overseeing the tryout process, lead clinician at all camps, working with the coaching staffs to ensure common guidelines are followed throughout, and assisting in the scheduling for national qualifiers and junior nationals.
 
Davis has also served as a head coach with the SCVA High Performance Global Challenge Team. He was responsible for all training, tryouts, and the evaluation of athletes in conjunction with the international competition in Pula, Croatia.
 
Davis also spent time coaching collegiately as well. During the 2012 season, he served as a volunteer assistant women's volleyball coach at UC-Irvine and from 2008 to 2010 he was a volunteer assistant coach with the Concordia University Irvine women's volleyball team. At both stops, he assisted the rest of the coaching staff with a multitude of tasks, including helping train the defense, scout opponents, and in-game analysis at UC-Irvine. During his time at Concordia, he worked with the setters and middle blockers and assisted in the development of the offense. Davis also helped recruit, schedule matches, assist with travel preparations and create scouting reports.
 
Davis is a 2012 graduate of Concordia University Irvine with a degree in psychology.

 

Source: Hofstra University