YMCA of the Triangle

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FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
FOR HEALTHY LIVING
FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Youth Volleyball

YMCA of the Triangle youth volleyball leagues emphasize skill development and good sportsmanship. Our youth volleyball leagues are recreational and teach kids volleyball basics, like setting, bumping and serving. 

Our recreational youth leagues focus on an "everybody plays, everybody wins" strategy. Out players also learn the values of caring, respect, honesty and responsibility in a team sports environment. 

Each player receives a jersey from the Y. Participants must have sneakers with non-marking soles to play.

Teams

Teams are formed based on age and grade. We assign teams based on the child's age as of Aug. 1, 2018. 

Each player receives a jersey from the YMCA and must have sneakers with non-marking soles to play.

Practice and Games

A.E. Finley YMCA
U11 - U12 practice on Mondays or Wednesdays and play games on Saturdays

Chapel Hill - Carrboro YMCA
U10 - U11 practice and play games on Tuesdays
U12 - U14 practice and play games on Thursdays

Kerr Family YMCA
U8 - U12 practice on Mondays or Wednesdays and play games on Saturdays

Kraft Family YMCA
U8 - U11 practice and play games on Saturdays
U12 practice on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays (and/or) and play games on Saturdays

Coaches

All YMCA youth sports recreational teams are led by volunteer coaches. All volunteer coaches undergo a background check and training. Opportunities are available for coaches and assistant coaches at all locations.

Registration Dates

YMCA youth volleyball teams play in the spring and fall. 

Spring Season
Jan. 1: Member
Jan. 15: Participant

Fall Season
Aug. 1: Member
Aug. 15: Participant

Sports Directors

A.E. Finley and Kerr Family YMCAs, Hunter Carr
Chapel Hill - Carrboro YMCA, Randy Smith, Katie Holmes
Kraft Family YMCA, Mark Simmons