Youth Volleyball 12 and Under

Little Spikers Small Group Training

Little Spikers Introductory volleyball clinics are perfect for players 12 and under. Our experienced coaching staff uses fun drills and games to introduce the fundamental skills and strategies of volleyball.

This program is a great lead in for players who are interested in playing club volleyball. Most of our U12s National Team players started as Little Spikers!

Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:30-4:30pm

$15 per session


Lil Diggers Beginner Beach Volleyball Training

Lil Diggers are Beginner Volleyball Classes for ages 12 years & younger. They are a great fit for players who have some, but limited volleyball experience. No experience needed!

This program is a great lead in for players who are interested in playing club volleyball. All the skills they learn training in the sand help improve their game for the hard courts. Our indoor sand courts allow us to train year round and it’s a great way to get youth athletes introduced to beach volleyball.

Fridays in May & June 4:30-6pm

JUST ADDED: Thursdays in July & Aug 5-6:30pm

$25 per session


Elementary School Volleyball League

Spring has arrived and we know your littles are eager to hit the courts again!

This spring DaKine is hosting an elementary school volleyball league for 3rd- 6th graders. Each week we’ll run through a variety of drills and fun games to teach the fundamental skills of volleyball; at the end of each training session we’ll have time to scrimmage. Each week as their skills develop, we’ll allot more and more time for scrimmaging. The sixth and final week, June 5th, we’ll add an extra hour to the session for more scrimmaging!

Saturdays May 7-28, 9-11am

Saturday June 5th, 9-12pm

$150 per athlete for all six weeks


“Pretty awesome what you (DaKine) is doing for the sport. Excited to see what the future has in store for young athletes willing to compete in a brand new NCAA sanctioned event! Keep growing the game right!”

Matt West, Team captain for the 2013 Men's Junior National Team that competed at the 2013 FIVB U21 World Championship in Turkey.

“Highly recommended whether you are just getting started in the sand or looking to take your game to the next level!”

Evan Silberstein, University of Hawaii Sandbows Assistant Coach