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Our Club strives for excellence by promoting the ideals of responsibility, team work, sports-manship and fellowship – all within a safe and constructive environment. We are dedicated to providing a program that maintains the highest standards of the volleyball discipline.  


Our coaching staff is comprised of experienced athletic professionals who are dedicated instructors and proponents of the sport of volleyball. All coaches have successfully passed USA Volleyball IMPACT training and select instructors are CAP (Coaching Accreditation Program) certified.  


Our Club is dedicated to improving the volleyball acumen of club members who actively participate in regular practice and tournament play. In the spirit of teamwork and good sportsmanship, our players are expected to be actively engaged throughout the duration of the club season.  

Building Teams for the 2019 – 2020 Season

Club Registration for the 2019-2020 season is open. Click here for details.

Tryouts for WVBC will be in October. Click here for the schedule.

Tryout Registration

Early registration up to September 26th. Regular registration begins on September 27th. For tryout dates, please tab down or click here.

Early Bird:


Early Bird registration until September 26th.



Regular registration begins September 27th.

Revised 09/10/2019

Thank you for your interest in the Warriors Volleyball Club. The following is a list of tryout dates for October to be held at St. Theresa School in Briarcliff. Please note that ALL TRYOUT FORMS must be read, signed and presented along with proof of GEVA membership. Have questions? Please review our club FAQ for general inquiries, or please contact us.




Sunday, October 13th 15u
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Sunday, October 13th 16u
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Sunday, October 13th 17u / 18u
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Sunday, October 20th 15u
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Sunday, October 20th 16u
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Sunday, October 20th 17u / 18u
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Saturday, October 26th 12u / 13u / 14u
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, October 27th 12u / 13u / 14u
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

St. Theresa School

300 Dalmeny Rd, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510

Revised 09/16/2019


  • What is the cost of playing for Warriors Volleyball Club?
  • 11u / 12u Practice team meets once a week
    December to March
    13u 3 to 5 tournaments $1,400
    14u - 17u 5 to 7 tournaments
    (multi-day tournaments count as 2)
    18u 5 to 7 tournaments $1,900

    There are two payment options:

    1. In full, once acceptance to a team is received.
    2. Three installments - first installment given upon acceptance to a team is received, second at first practice in January and third at first practice in February.

    Installments 1st 2nd 3rd
    11u / 12u $500 $500 -
    13u $600 $400 $400
    14u - 17u $800 $550 $550
    18u $800 $550 $550
  • How do I register for tryouts?
  • Click here to register
  • Do you offer a discount for siblings?
  • Yes, we offer a $200 discount on the 2nd sibling.
  • How do I become a GEVA member?
  • Apply for GEVA membership


  • How many coaches per team?
  • Each team will have two experienced coaches. We feel this allows for a more structured practice and more one on one time when needed.
  • How many players will be on each team?
  • We try to keep each team to approximately 10 - 12 players when we can. This allows players to receive more reps during practice drills, more one on one with each of the two coaches on the team, and more playing time during tournament competitions.
  • What is a practice team?
  • This is for beginner volleyball players. Basic fundamentals will be taught. (i.e. serving, passing, hitting, etc). This program will help to develop and prepare your player for school level volleyball.

Tryouts / Practices

  • When are tryouts?
  • Tryouts are in October, please click here for dates.
  • When are practices?
  • Practices are twice a week for two hours each practice session.
  • Are parents allowed at practices or tryouts?
  • No. All tryouts and practices are closed to Warrior Staff Only. This is due to insurance liabilities as per USAV and GEVA.
  • When should I register for a GEVA membership?
  • You must register and receive a membership number prior to attending any GEVA / USA Volleyball sanctioned event. You MUST have a GEVA membership to tryout at any event.
  • How do I prove my registration is valid?
  • You should follow the directions on webpoint to print your receipt and membership card. Bring proof of registration along with the USAV Medical Release Form (available on website) to each event you attend. Jot down your password and keep it. It will make upgrade, changes in your registration, club selection, and renewal next season easier.
  • Why does my Tryout Registration say "pending"?
  • Your tryout membership is good only for the current sanctioned tryout season dates listed. It will show active before the first date.


  • When are the tournaments and how long are they?
  • Tournaments are on Weekends and usually run all day. Make sure you clear your calendar for the entire day. We do not have specific dates yet, as the schedule is not available until December.
  • How many tournaments are during the season?
  • 12u / 13u 3 to 5 tournaments
    14u - 17u 5 to 7 tournaments (multiday count as 2)
    18u 5 to 7 tournaments (multiday count as 2)
  • How do I know if a tournament is cancelled? When will we cancel?
  • Refer to GEVA Juniors Inclement Weather Policy. GEVA makes every effort to fulfill their commitment to teams and clubs by conducting all scheduled tournaments. Sometimes things get in the way. The inclement weather practice has been to hold the tournament if at all possible (even if some teams are more effected than others). Exceptions are made in dangerous situations, and those beyond our control. If the weather is bad, (snow and ice) your safety is paramount. Do not drive if it you don't feel safe.
  • Why does GEVA cancel a tournament?
  • GEVA will cancel for two reasons:
    1. The staff determines the weather and driving conditions are too hazardous.
    2. If the facility where we are holding tournament cancels our access.
  • When do I know if my tournament is cancelled?
  • When possible, a decision is made prior to 9 pm the evening prior by GEVA. If a situation worsens overnight, the decision is adjusted prior to 5:30 am the day of the tournament. Once cancelled, there will not be a change of mind.
  • How do I know if my tournament cancelled?
  • GEVA will send information through webpoint to Club directors, and AES to participating Clubs. GEVA will also post on juniors and home page of geva.org. Warriors VBC will also immediately post on twitter (@warriorsvbc) any tournament cancellations that affect our teams as well as email notifications to the team affected. Safety is paramount. Do not drive if it you don't feel safe.
  • Coach Alex

    Alex began playing volleyball at SUNYIT in 2008. An unlikely player due to his experience and size, he quickly picked up the game. By the middle of his first year, with the newly formed NCAA DIII Men's Volleyball Team at SUNYIT, he was playing as their starting libero continuing through his senior year. Alex was ranked 5th (2009) and 1st (2010) in the nation in digs per game respectively. After graduating in 2010 Alex moved back to the area and is still an avid volleyball player in the community. Alex has almost a decade of coaching experience in club and at the collegiate level.

    • USAV CAP - Level I Certified
    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
  • Coach Andre

    A former musician, Andre came to be a Collegiate volleyball player by chance and with a bit of luck. He took that opportunity and formed a great love for the sport, turning hard work and dedication into a Captainship and MVP honor his senior year. After graduation he landed into coaching volleyball by a chance meeting and has turned that into almost 20 years of teaching, learning, and educating players of every level and ability, even receiving a City Council Citation for his work within the community.

    • USAV CAP - Level II Certified
    • Art of Coaching Volleyball - Level I Certified
    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
  • Coach Christopher

    Chris comes to the Warriors from Philadelphia. Although volleyball was not offered at his high school, he excelled on the football field, helping his team to a league championship and earning all-city honors. While attending college in Philadelphia, he spent his extracurricular time as an assistant coach. Chris always had an interest in the game but didn't start playing organized volleyball until after college which helped develop his passion for the sport. Now calling New York his home, he currently plays in various indoor, grass, and sand leagues and tournaments across Westchester county.

    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
  • Coach / Director Elizabeth

    Elizabeth's passion for volleyball started in the gym, watching her children play in school and club. She loved the teamwork and comradery that girls had and bonded over. She decided she wanted to help grow the game and give girls a place where they can come to learn, from basic fundamentals to advanced game play, while meeting new friends / teammates from around the county in a positive environment.

    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
  • Coach Jake (Technical Advisor)

    Jake immediately took a liking to volleyball after his first year playing in the 8th grade. During his freshman year in high school, he was captain of the J.V. team, and was soon promoted to Varsity the following three years. His senior year he was Co-captain and was voted to the all-EBAL 2nd team as an outside hitter. From 2008-2013, he played intramural volleyball at Cal Poly: San Luis Obispo. Jake moved to Westchester after graduating with an Architecture degree and currently still plays in various volleyball tournaments and leagues.

    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
  • Coach Kelli

    Kelli made the switch from competitive cheerleading to volleyball in seventh grade when she played for the first time on her school's modified team. She has since never looked back. She was named All-Conference Honorable Mention and All-League during her varsity years at Westlake High School. Kelli specialized in defense, playing both Defensive Specialist and Libero during her volleyball career. Her Libero skills helped lead her varsity team to win All-League, All-Section, and make it to the State Semi-Finals during her senior year of high school. In college, while working on her Biology and Chemistry Degree, she continued to play during intramurals and even help mentor current Westlake H.S. players. Kelli loved her years being part of a team and playing volleyball and wants to pass on her passion and knowledge for the sport to other athletes. She is currently coaching for Edgemont H.S.

    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
  • Coach Nick

    Nick started his interest in volleyball his sophomore year at Yorktown High School while practicing with the women's varsity team and playing for a men's juniors club team his junior and senior years. During the volleyball off season he played lacrosse for Y.H.S. and helped the team win 3 section championships and 3 regional championships. After high school, Nick graduated from Kean University where he played for the men's team and also coached a men's 18s national team for Phoenix volleyball. He is still very involved in the volleyball community today, playing in various indoor and outdoor tournaments. All of this has helped teach him the commitment and attitude it takes to win.

    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
  • Coach Thomas

    Thomas took a roundabout way to the volleyball courts. In high school, he was captain of both his Soccer and Tennis teams, gaining all league honors in 2007 & 2008. But it was while studying at the University of Albany, the courts began calling him during a volleyball intramural league. There, he gained experience and love for the game. Since then he began playing in various volleyball leagues and tournaments across Westchester County: Indoor, Grass and Sand. Most recently winning championships in the Peekskill and Fishkill leagues. He hopes to bring his passion, athleticism, and knowledge to the players of Warriors VBC to help bring them to the next level of their abilities.

    • IMPACT
    • SafeSport
    • First Aid
    • Regional & National Coaching Experience
Revised 09/11/2019

All Forms under Tryout must be read, signed and presented

Must present GEVA CARD at tryouts

Players must be a current GEVA member to tryout and commit to any club


Warriors Club Registration
Warriors Medical Release Waiver
USAV Medical Release
Must present GEVA CARD at tryouts

Acceptance & Registration

Warriors Fee Schedule
Warriors Player Code of Conduct
Warriors Media Consent
Warriors Uniform Sizing
Warriors Policy & Guidelines
Warriors Policy & Guidelines Acknowledgement


GEVA Parents Guide to Club Volleyball
USAV Age Definition


Please review our club FAQ for general inquiries, or please contact us.

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