FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate in the LPJVC? Boys and girls in middle and high school, who are interested in maximizing their personal development and volleyball skills.

What advantages will a student participating in LPJVC have over players? LPJVC players train more per week than the average club player. This intense training combined with LPJVC’s academic environment prepares any student-athlete for the rigors of college.

What events or showcase tournaments do you attend? LPJVC participates in several of the largest youth tournaments in the country. The team will participate in the ESPN Wide World of Disney Volleyball
Showcase and Open AAU Nationals, Southern California National Qualifiers, in SOCAL and Nevada, Colorado Crossroads, Dallas Open Cup, Presidents Classic in San Jose CA, and the West Coast Championships in Nevada.

What league or volleyball association does the LPJVC participate in? LPJVC participates in the local USA Volleyball and AAU Sanctioned leagues and events.

How often does the LPJVC train? The LPJVC trains two-three days a week. The approximate training time is Monday through Friday from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

What is the typical training session like? Each session begins with a good warm-up that encompasses speed, strength, and agility as well as technical development. Every session ends with competitive games built around the training topic of the day.

How much does it cost to participate in the LPJVC? The participation fee is $3000 per year, which includes training, registration, full uniforms, recruiting assistance, college guidance, tournament/showcase entry fees, college scrimmage opportunities, team tactical video analysis and video footage of games. Travel is not included.

Do many of your players compete at the next level(s)? College (YES) Our LPJVC Director Rosario Lopez has the experience of providing over 66 program players the opportunity to receive college scholarships to play at the next level.

Where do your players train? LPJVC players train in the North and West Valley.

What type of college guidance do LPJVC? Each player meets with the training staff to formulate a plan of action for college recruiting. This includes his or her individual player profile, letters of recommendation, as well as follow-up emails and telephone calls by the coaches. In addition, the LPJVC compiles, and shares video highlights with college coaches.