Volleyball

DELTA VBC

Delta VBC is growing and taking on a new mindset! Our coaches are serious about making Delta VBC the #1 Volleyball Club in the Bucks & Montgomery County area and are always on the lookout for the players who will help us get there!  Think you’ve got what it takes? We’d love to meet you! Read on to learn more about our program and see how you can become part of our team.

 
Volleyball Game

“Train people well enough so that they can leave.  Treat them well enough so they don't want to.”

-Richard Branson

Hold the Rope!

Every year an NFL team wins the championship. Every

year a college football team wins the NCAA title. Every year the best high school team from Group IV on down wins the state crown. All these teams have one thing in common. No matter how tough it became throughout their season, they did one thing -- they held the rope!

 

What is "holding the rope?" Imagine that you are hanging from the edge of a cliff with a drop of twenty thousand feet. The only thing between you and a fall to your death is a rope, with the person of your choice on the other end. Who do you know that has the guts to pull you to safety? Who will hold the rope? Who do you know that is going to let

that rope burn their hand and not let go? How many people that you know are going to withstand the burning pain and watch the blood drip from their hands for you?

 

If you can name two people, that's not good enough, because those two people might not be around. The next time your team is together, look around and ask yourself, "Who could I trust to hold the rope? Who is going to let their hands bleed for me?"

 

When you can look at every member on your team and say to yourself that they all would hold the rope, you are destined to win a lot of ball games.

 

You see, the team that holds the rope when the going gets tough are winners. When you are down by four points with thirty seconds to go, don't give up. Yell at your teammates to "hold the rope -- let it burn but don't let go!"

Every year there are winners and losers in all sports. Every year the

winners hold the rope. You don't have to have the best team on the field

to win the game. If you play with poise and do what your coaches ask of

you, and most of all -- hold the rope -- you will be successful. No

matter what sport you play, in order to win, you have to have a

commitment to your team. If you are supposed to run three times per

week, do it. If you have to lift weights three times per week, don't

miss. Once you start letting up at practice or start missing your

workouts, you've killed the team because you didn't hold the rope!

Don't let your team down! You've got to hold the rope!

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MEET THE PLAYERS!

Who are we?

Team lists are up...we re still waiting for some responses!

Volleyball Team Huddle

Hold the Rope!

Every year an NFL team wins the championship. Every

year a college football team wins the NCAA title. Every year the best high school team from Group IV on down wins the state crown. All these teams have one thing in common. No matter how tough it became throughout their season, they did one thing -- they held the rope!

 

What is "holding the rope?" Imagine that you are hanging from the edge of a cliff with a drop of twenty thousand feet. The only thing between you and a fall to your death is a rope, with the person of your choice on the other end. Who do you know that has the guts to pull you to safety? Who will hold the rope? Who do you know that is going to let

that rope burn their hand and not let go? How many people that you know are going to withstand the burning pain and watch the blood drip from their hands for you?

 

If you can name two people, that's not good enough, because those two people might not be around. The next time your team is together, look around and ask yourself, "Who could I trust to hold the rope? Who is going to let their hands bleed for me?"

 

When you can look at every member on your team and say to yourself that they all would hold the rope, you are destined to win a lot of ball games.

 

You see, the team that holds the rope when the going gets tough are winners. When you are down by four points with thirty seconds to go, don't give up. Yell at your teammates to "hold the rope -- let it burn but don't let go!"

Every year there are winners and losers in all sports. Every year the winners hold the rope. You don't have to have the best team on the field to win the game. If you play with poise and do what your coaches ask of you, and most of all -- hold the rope -- you will be successful.

 

No matter what sport you play, in order to win, you have to have a commitment to your team. If you are supposed to run three times per week, do it. If you have to lift weights three times per week, don't

miss. Once you start letting up at practice or start missing your workouts, you've killed the team because you didn't hold the rope!

Don't let your team down! You've got to hold the rope!

 

MEET THE PLAYERS!

Who are we?

Team lists are up...we re still waiting for some responses!

Volleyball Team Huddle
Volleyball Game

“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together”

Vincent van Gogh

CLUB INFORMATION

What you need to know...

2020-2021 Season

Administrative Staff

Suzanne Kilian- Director

        Christian Rupert-Technical Director and Head Coach

       Doug Campbell-Girl’s Liaison and Coaching Support

         Courtney De La Pena- Girl’s Liaison and Coaching Support

    

Coaching Philosophy: All coaches will be trained and supported by Gold Medal Squared. We are becoming a certified club under the tutelage of the Gold Medal Squared administrative staff, an international company that trains players and coaches worldwide.  To find out more about GM2 go to https://www.goldmedalsquared.com

Open Gym: Info coming soon

 

Tryouts: Info coming soon; waiting on Regional Info

 

Practice: 3 team hours a week

Clinical Training with Lead Coaches: On Monday’s throughout the season there will be a 2 hour per week training session with Sue Kilian-Club Director;  along with the cadre of other coaches from the club.

This is additional training beyond the minimum of 3 hours of team practice a week. 

Teams & Size: 

        12 & Under: maximum of 12 player roster with up to 4 practice players (total of 16)

        13 & 14 Under: maximum of 12 player roster with up to 4 practice players (total of 16)

        15U-18U: maximum of 10 player rosters with up to 6 practice players* (total of 16)

*pracitce player position for 16-18 are by invitation only-we want to ensure that all players are of a comparable competition level. 

Club Cost:
    12U: $1700 regular team player; $850 practice player

    13U-18U: $1900 regular team player; $950 practice player

Clinic Membership:  May be offered if there is space to add players to our weekly team clinics.  This option will only be offered if we feel that ALL players will get the optimum amount of touches on a weekly basis. (cost $400)

Equipment: 2 full uniforms; 2 practice t-shirts; bag; warm-up suit.

*practice players will receive practice gear and bag

Additional Gear: There will be a website for fan/club gear in November. All uniforms will be ordered on the night of the opening team meeting.  It will be imperative that all athletes are present for their uniform fitting. 

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."

Leonardo da Vinci

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