Volleyball clinic helps athletes work on their skills before tryouts

Posted: September 18, 2013 in Athletics, Volleyball

By Maranda Brousseau
Cougar News Blog

Volleyball coach Regan Roach is holding a clinic for students that are nervous about volleyball tryouts. The days of the clinic are normally Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30 to 4 p.m. The cost of the clinic is $30.
In the clinic, students will learn how to pass, set and serve which are all the major necessities for tryouts.
“I was nervous about trying out because I haven’t had the time to actually practice my skills in a while,” said Jenna Divis. “I am starting to get better from what I’m learning in the clinic.”
Last year, about 80 girls tried out and only 24 made it in. Roach is hoping for as good as an outcome as last year.
“The clinic is a way that students that don’t know how to play volleyball can learn,” said volleyball coach Regan Roach. “It’s also a way for returning players to work on their skills and improve.”
Mrs. Roach said the $30 covers utilities and equipment. The volleyball season will officially begin after fall break.
  1. Ashley says:

    Great story Maranda! Love the quote.

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