As of today, August 18th, 2017, OVA and NPJ (North Pacific Juniors) have merged to form the largest volleyball club in Oregon and SW Washington. We are very excited about the combination with NPJ. An email was sent to all of our teams this morning and a copy of the press release is attached above.
We (NPJ now) expect to offer the same volleyball programs as in years past (travel, local and academy) and we will practice as the same facility - nothing really changes on that side. Soon, the OVA website will direct you to the NPJ website that will offer more information about camps, clinics planned in 2017 and have information about tryouts, costs, schedules and more for the 2017-2018 club season.
We are very excited to be able to offer more volleyball for our athletes and can't wait for this upcoming club season!!!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT NPJ CLUB DIRECTOR ADAM ELLIS AT firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 541-908-0536
NPJ Volleyball Camp NPJ is conducting a volleyball camp for incoming 3rd - 9th graders. Dates are August 28th-30th, 9am to noon each day and the flyer is listed above. This is a great opportunity to have fun, improve your game and get coaching by some of the best coaches in the Northwest. This is the perfect way to get great coaching before your middle school, Parks & Rec, or club season begins!
Coaches for this camp will be JJ Riley (see below), Adam Ellis (NPJ Club Director and Head Coach of their top two teams), Traci Stephenson (Head Coach of Chemeketa Community College) and Daisy Parks (OVA 12's Nationals).
NPJ will be handling the registration and payment, so if you have any questions, just email Adam Ellis at email@example.com
We are extremely proud of all of our athletes after one of the most successful indoor seasons on record. It shows why OVA continue to be ranked among the largest and best clubs in the entire Pacific Northwest.
A few highlights include: OVA 12 Nationals, OVA 14 Nationals and 16 Nationals were all in Gold during Power League
OVA 12 Nationalswon the Region and qualified for USA Junior National Championships OVA 16 Elevate moved up over 25 spots in Power League, with similar movements by OVA 14 Elevate and OVA 14 Power! Our local teams dominated the local scene as well, winning a number of tournaments and usually being ranked the highest in the Central Oregon area. Special congrats to our 14 Academy players - who all worked hard and improved, with several players moving from Academy to Travel teams from last season to this season.
Thank you to all of our players. Thank you to all of the parents. Thank you to all of our coaches.