The Fieldhouse Sportscenter is proud to announce that we have added Yvette Pearce to our team for Volleyball Training.
Yvette has always enjoyed sports growing up and was a three-sport athlete in high school, amassing All-State honors in both basketball and volleyball three of the four years played. She led her high school volleyball team to four consecutive state titles. Volleyball was always her favorite sport as she earned a selection on the USA Today high school All-American Team for the state of Missouri. She went on to play volleyball at The University of Missouri from 1988 - 1992, taking a medical red-shirt for one year. Some of the top honors she accumulated during her career include: 1990 Olympic Festival Team, 1992 Female Athlete of the Year at Mizzou, 1992 All-American Team, 1992 first team All-Conference, 1992 Strength and Conditioning All-American and MVP in all tournaments her senior year. She also remains a Mizzou top five record-holder in total kills, kills per set, attack attempts, services aces, points per game and points per set. Yvette is a member of the Heart of America Region, and has been coaching young players for over seven years. She has been married for 19 years to her husband Matt Pearce and has three children, Logan, Emma and Audrey. One of Yvette's philosophies is that "There is an advantage to continued practice beyond any visible changes in performance," in other words, a player is getting better and better even when they can't tell they're improving
VOLLEYBALL CLINICS ARE ON HOLD AT THIS TIME UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - PLEASE CHECK OUT THE CAMP LINK AND REGISTER FOR THE CAMP IN JUNE.
June Clinics - no longer open, but look for more clinics like these in the future
Outside Hitters(2 hour sessions) - Each session will focus on giving the athlete the time to work on the Outside hits that are available and used during competitive play. Each session will be $20 for the 2 hour session. Grades: 7th - Varsity
Middle Hitters(2 hour session) - Each session will focus on giving the athlete the time to work on the Middle hits that are available and used during competitive play. Each session will be $20 for the 2 hour session. Grades: 7th - Varsity
Blocking Clinics(1hour session) - Each session will focus on giving the athlete the necessary skills to block and learn what is needed to penetrate the block. Each session will be $10 for the 1 hour session. Grades: 7th - Varsity
Setting session(2 hour session) - Each session will focus on teaching the athlete the correct form and necessary actions to set the many options for the hitters. The setters will work with a College setter and then get to put their skills to work with hitters from the Hitting sessions. Each session is $20 for the 2 hour session - Grades: 7th - Varsity.
Defensive and Libero(2 hour session) - Each session will focus on teaching the athlete the correct form that is needed to defend even the best hitters. Position is everything and knowing where to go during each type of hit is crucial - learning to read the hitters will keep you at the top of your defensive game. Each session is $20 for the 2 hour session - Grades: 7th - Varsity.
SERVE AND SERVE RECIEVE (1 hour session) - Each session will work with the athlete in perfecting their skills of the multiple serves and how to effectively defend those same serves. Each session is $10 for the 1 hour session - Grades: 7th - Varsity
PASSING AND SETTING (1 hour session) - A setter is only as good as their passer - become the best combination with this passer/setter combination clinic. Dont have a setter or passer, we will pair you up with the player that will help utilitze all your strengths. $10 for the 1 hour session -Grades: 7th - Varsity
July Clinics -
**Players will have a choice to enter the beginner to Intermediate format or Intermediate to advanced format.
August will also provide opportunity for the 3rd through 6th grade athletes to get their hands on a ball and train. Times will be announced.
September VOLLEYBALL SESSION
October VOLLEYBALL SESSION
November allows MSHSAA athletes to focus on preclub prep from Jr High to High School