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2023-24 INDOOR CLUB SEASON TRYOUTS
Finally!!! We are excited to announce that ages 15- 18 years old will tryout for DaKine’s 2023-24 Club Season Teams in JULY!!! Join us Saturday, July 15th for tryouts. (Youngers, ages 14 & under will still tryout in October).
U16s at 9am
U15s at 2pm
U17s & 18s at 4pm
SUMMER BEACH ACADEMY
DaKine’s Summer Beach Volleyball Academy seeding day is open for registration! New format this season, offering two 8 week sessions to accommodate everyone’s busy summer schedules. Join us for seeding day to be evaluated and places into the proper training group for your athlete’s age and skill level.
NEWEST COLLEGE COMMITS
Kendall Hastings – Boise State University
Congratulations to Kendall Hastings on her commitment to play volleyball at Boise State!
Macy Furtwangler – University of Oregon
Congratulations Macy Furtwangler on her acceptance to play beach volleyball at the University
Sirena Peredo – University of St. Martins
Congratulations Sirena Peredo on your acceptance to play volleyball at University of St.
Sydne Humphrey – University of Laverne
Congratulations Sydne Humphrey on your commitment to play volleyball at University of Laverne!
Find Out What People Are Saying About DaKine!
Wow!!! When you have an entire team of players coming at you yelling, “Let’s do this again next year!”, you know something awesome just happened. I want to thank all of the Dakine coaches for giving the Roosevelt Roughriders volleyball team a taste of some fun volleyball on the beach. The girls were exhausted and loved every minute of it! It was the perfect change from being on the hardwood for the last 10 months and all of them clearly improved in every skill. Dakine coaches, all of the rumors are true, you are the best and we are looking forward to another team camp next year!!
“I love sand sessions because they force me to work harder for every play as well as being a part of every play. Transitioning from running in the sand to indoors, the sessions help me become quicker and cover more area. This helps my defense immensely. When I transition back to indoors the game becomes slower due to my ability to read the play better. I can read the defense easier while hitting, and have built up a variety of shots.”