June 10, 2022
Cynae Cureton (left), OH for 18Gold in the 2021-22 club season. In her senior year at Casa Grande Union HS, Cynae was named to the..
From serving aces to serving the local community, we train athletes to compete with character.
After years of experience in college and youth sports, our founders dreamed of building a sports organization that would value character as well as competition.
From our first club tryouts in 2010 to the diverse programs we offer today, we remain committed to building competitive, service-minded athletes with strong character and a hunger to learn.
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We’ve spent years building a diverse and dedicated coaching staff, full of decorated champions, current and former college athletes, and students of the game. Get to know them and learn what drives them to coach.
Club One indoor athletes train at Court One Athletics in Tempe, Arizona. The space touts 45,000 square-feet of solid maple flooring with nine volleyball courts, each equipped with free video live-streaming. We’re privileged to practice on one of best flooring systems in the country, made with a one-inch foam sub-floor that allows for softer landings and fewer injuries.
Court One Athletics
9100 South McKemy Street
Tempe, AZ 85284
We recommend playing one to two seasons in our Rec program and/or on your school team before committing to indoor club volleyball. To have success in club, you should love the sport, have a passion for improving your skills, and be ready to compete as part of a team.
Ever since our inaugural club season, every Club One athlete with a desire to play at the college level has realized that dream. We have former Club One athletes competing at every level, from junior college to NCAA DI, and even professionally! For our current athletes with the same dream, we continue to provide support and help them receive exposure during the college recruiting process. You can find more details in our Recruiting FAQs.
We welcome beginners ages eight to twelve at our One U and One Beach clinics! For this age group, we use lighter volleyballs and a lower net indoors, since most kids haven’t hit their growth spurts yet. We also welcome beginner high-school-age athletes in our Rec program.
Girls club volleyball season starts in late fall, after the conclusion of school season, with practices and tournaments taking place until early to mid-summer. We offer beach training year-round, and many of our athletes participate in local and national tournaments throughout the year. We offer Rec volleyball programs twice a year, during summer and fall.
We recommend trying both! Experience the difference between practicing in a gym vs. in the sun, playing a position vs. covering the whole court, jumping on hardwood vs. diving on sand. Some athletes have a clear preference for one over the other, but many enjoy training and competing in both sports. In fact, many college coaches (indoor and beach) prefer athletes who have played both sports until age 14 or 15, as it helps develop more well-rounded athletes.