Thank you for visiting Core Volleyball Club.
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At Core we want to offer you and your daughter a quality experience. We offer a competitive and fun environment where your daughter will enjoy competing at a high level not only in games, but in practices as well.
At Core we believe that with support, encouragement, discipline, patience, and overall balance; your student athlete will have the ability to play at a high level.
Our goal is to prepare your daughter for the next level; whether that is her middle school, high school, or college program. We know that you have several clubs to choose from; in advance we would like to thank you for your consideration.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Parents have questions, we have answers. Below are the answers to some of the frequently asked questions.
How long has Core VBC existed?
Core started our first season in 2006. This is our 10th season which means we have history.
What is your club philosophy?
At Core we want to offer you and your daughter a quality experience. We offer a competitive and fun environment where your daughter will enjoy competing at a high level not only in games, but in practices as well. At Core we believe that with support, encouragement, discipline, patience, and overall balance; your student athlete will have the ability to play at a high level. Our goal is to prepare your daughter for the next level; whether that is her middle school, high school, or college program.
Who are your coaches and what are their backgrounds and certifications?
All of our coaches are Gold Medal Squared and at a minimum are Impact Certified by USA Volleyball. Our Elite coaches are USA Cap 1- Cap III certified which means these coaches have taken the time to continue their coaching education. We have coaches that have either played or coached at the DI, DII , NAIA and Junior College levels. For more info and complete bios go to Core Coaches
What Level Should My Daughter Play?
Please see our page regarding our breakdown of the different levels: What Level Should My Daughter Play?
What is a NCVA Membership and why do I need to pay for it prior to tryouts?
The Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) is the governing body of all the clubs from California to Nevada. They are the entity that sets up our Power League, Friendship, and Qualifiers. They are in charge of location, time, and dates of tournaments. In order to participate in a tournament you must be a NCVA Member. Which consist of paying a $60.00 membership fee paid directly to the NCVA. For tryout purposes you can purchase a $15.00 tryout pass; however, once your daughter is selected for a team you must have a NCVA membership. If you purchase the membership upfront you save the $15.00 by only paying $60.00 instead of $75.00. Having either a NCVA Membership or a Tryout Pass is mandatory for any tryouts by NCVA Sanctioned Clubs. Any club not asking for your NCVA membership or tryout pass is not following NCVA policy and procedures. To register for your NCVA membership please visit: NCVA Membership
How Does the NCVA Rank A Team in Power League?
You want to play for a club that has history in Power League and Qualifier play. Our Power League team seeding will be based on our finishes from last season. For example our 16-1 team finished 25th overall, which means our 17-1 team will be ranked in the Top 30 for the Power League Qualifier. If our club did not have a 16-1 team then our 17's team would be ranked at the bottom of the 17's teams in Power League. It is the same with our any of 2's team, because we have history our 2's team will be ranked in the mid level range. To see where Core Team finished last season please go to Core Results.
What is the tournament schedule?
To view the tournament schedule for Elite, Power & Premier please go to 2015 Tournament Schedule
What are the travel arrangements?
Core VBC covers rooming for the Reno Qualifier and Denver Qualifier. For info on travel accommodations for the 2015 season please go to 2015 Travel Accommodations
What are Core's club fees and what does it include?
The nice thing about Core VBC is that your club fees include everything except for gas and food. For a complete breakdown of the club fees go to 2015 Club Fees
Where do you practice?
Core has two facilities dedicated to volleyball. One is located at 6270 Houston Place Dublin, which is a 20,000 sq ft facility that holds two volleyball courts and a training area. The second facility is Core Courts 6490 Sierra Court Dublin, which holds one court and a training area. The best part about Core having its own courts is that you do not have to worry about practices cancelling due to being overbooked at a High School or College gym. Parents will know the practice schedule prior to the signing meeting for the next six months. Practices will start the Dec 1, 2014.
Where do I start if my daughter wants to play in College?
Core offers a College Development program which can assist you and your daughter through the recruiting process. Go to our College Development Program for more info.
Why Should My Daughter Play For Core?
- 2 dedicated volleyball facilities (3) Volleyball Courts
- Set schedule & Practices
- Volleyball Strength & Conditioning Program
- Great Coaching
- College Development Program
- Great Value with no Hidden Fees
- Great Results 2014
- All Levels Available - Elite Travel Teams- Power Teams- Premier Teams- Junior Program
- 9th season
- Awards Banquet
Come Join Us for Our Best Season Yet!