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About AJV Boys: Overview
Austin Sports Center- Cedar Park
Austin Sports Center- South
What we are:
AJV Boys is a non-profit youth organization founded in 2009 as a boys' volleyball club with the mission to train young men to optimize their athletic potential and develop life skills through volleyball. Starting with just one team in the inaugural 2009/2010 AJV Boys club season, each year has seen the program grow in size. We are steadfast in providing the best opportunities for Austin-area boys to hone their volleyball skills, training with the best local players and coaches, and competition against other boys' volleyball programs in Texas and across the nation. Our teams participate extensively locally, throughout Texas, and in other tournaments around the country from late November through early July. This includes participating in the USA Volleyball National Championships.
Why be a part of Austin Junior Volleyball?
AJV Boys selects Central Texas-area boys to compete locally, regionally, and nationally in boys' volleyball tournaments. These teams are a vehicle for young male athletes to improve their skills and compete against the best players on the local and national stage. AJV Boys Program Director, Ted Wade, is a full-time staff member that is dedicated to assisting its athletes and their parents in all areas of the program. Whether you are looking to learn the game, develop your skills, or prepare for a volleyball career in college, Austin Junior Volleyball has the resources to allow you to achieve your goals.
Spring Open Gym
We are so excited about the continued growth in boys participation in the open gyms! Our goal is to establish a consistent spring open gym / league on Thursdays starting March 28 and continuing through April with a final tournament in May. Ideally, we would like to field 4-8 HS teams that are comprised of HS aged players all from the same High school. We encourage those boys who do not yet have 8-9 players from their own school to go out and find some friends to come play. If boys do not have enough players form a single school to form a team, we will combine kids form different schools.
The growth and participation is such that we will need to separate out the 7th and 8th graders from the 9th-12th grade players to be able to accommodate the large numbers and continuing growth. This also allows the younger boys to play on more of an age appropriate net (7'4"), and at a similar ability level.
Schedule for 9th-12th grade players:
March 28 @ Austin High, 7-9pm
April 4 @ ASC South, 6-7:30pm
April 11 @ ASC South, 6-7:30pm
April 18 @ ASC South, 7-9pm
April 25 @ ASC South, 6-7:30pm
The 6th-8th grade players will play on Tuesdays from 7-9 pm at the Austin Sports Center South (425 Woodward Street, 78704). We will form teams by school if there are enough kids from a single school, otherwise we will form independent teams of 7-8 players.
Schedule for 6th-8th grade players:
March 26 @ ASC South, 7-9pm
April 2 @ ASC South, 6-7:30pm
April 9 @ ASC South, 7-9pm
April 16 @ ASC South, 7-9pm
April 23 @ ASC South, 7-9pm
April 30 @ ASC South, 7-9pm
The season ending tournament will be Saturday morning (9am to 1pm) May 18 @ ASC South.
New players are being added every week. Please spread the word and bring some more players from your school! If you have questions, please contact Tim Moten at 512-456-7724 or email@example.com Looking forward to seeing you in the gym!
AJV Boys practices are designed to enhance the training and skills needed to compete at the optimal level. Practices are 2 hours for 1-2 times a week depending on the age division of the team.
Work Program and Financial Assistance
AJV Boys hosts many local, regional and national events where athletes and their families can work to earn money towards their player dues. For more information regarding either of these program, please email Urissa Stephens.
AJV Boys has two state of the art facilities to serve the Central Texas athletes looking to hone their volleyball skills: