Adversity-Wisconsin VBC had several teams showing post-season success at the Badger State AAU Super Regional.
The 2 day hosted event was held within the first 2 weekends in May at Center Court in Waukesha, Wisconsin:
13-1 = 7th out of 14 Teams
14-1 = 5th out of 19 Teams
16-1 = 10th out of 16 Teams
17-1 = 6th out of 16 Teams
***Most teams have 1 more event to prepare for AAU Nationals.
***Peaking in June is the ultimate goal of our club
17-1's Won the open division of the Badger Region Championships
16-1's Finished 1st the UW-Whitewater Tournament (5-0 in matches)
15-1's Top 3 tourney results of the year in April (2nd, 3rd & 3rd in gold)
14-1's Played some of their best ball of the season at the BRC's
13-1's Went 11-4 in Match play in April (playing up twice)
12-1's 2nd out of 24 teams (going 5-1 in the 2 Day Dells tourney)
Our ever popular Summer Series sessions are now available for sign up on a first come first serve basis. As we enter our 14th consecutive year, we have added some new concepts, new coaches & 2 boys sessions - thanks for spreading the great news! Our "NEW" training center is located right off Highway 45 in the Falls/Germantown area and is just minutes away! Lastly, the Friday-Only Position-Specific Training is back by popular demand with locations in Germantown & Sussex!
*VISIT THE SUMMER SERIES TAB TO THE LEFT FOR ALL SESSIONS & FORMS*
Excellent opportunities available for beginners to advanced players (boys and girls)!!!
Recently, Arabella Vallee & Analiese Glawe participated in the 1ST EVER doubles training at ATC (our new training facility in Germantown, Wisconsin).
The duo from Wauwatosa focused on doubles concepts in preparation for summer and high school try-outs in fall. Focus areas addressed were serving on angles, serve-receive, attacking & 3 contact drills. The entire session was built around individual and team goals.
Additional coaches and players were also brought in to provide a competetive environment and doubles strategy within the game. Kudo's to both girls and their parents for providing a detailed session around their busy schedules to further their skills and consistency as partners! if interested in indoor or sand doubles training, contact Dave Pauers (262-707-1003).
Our 13-1's, 16-1's & 17-1's combined for a Match Record of 14-1 this weekend.
The final weekend in March produced the following results:
13-1 = 4-1 in Match Play (finishing 2nd in gold out of 8 teams)
16-1 = 5-0 in Match Play (finishing 1st in gold out of 16 teams)
17-1 = 5-0 in Match Play (finishing 1st in gold out of 12 teams)
Congrats to all 3 teams on their on-court success!!!
Our club has always believed that the Great Lakes Power League (GLPL) is not a one size fits all type of tournament. If planned according to team strength, dedication and future goals, it can be an excellent choice for the "right" team. Our current 17-1's team proved just that! Over the course of the 7 day competetive tournament the team went 11-10 with 7 of the 21 matches going to 3 sets. Coach Rogutich's team was seeded 138th and finished 80th out of 148 teams total; proving that the right team, coach and club can be successful at GLPL! Congrats to the 17-1's team on their success!
3 of 4 Adversity-Wisconsin VBC teams "played up" an age on March 22nd and had the following Success:
12-1's = 3rd out of 8 Teams (in the 13's division)
13-1's = 3rd out of 9 Teams (in the 14's division)
14-1's = 2nd out of 8 Teams (in the 15's division)
18-1's = 1st in Gold at the 18's level
- Entrance & Parking on the west side of the building
- Please leave boots / street shoes in the hallway (by hooks)
Working on installing a bubbler soon (bring water or Gatorade)
Envelope and forms located at our main table (by stereo) (or email me)
Warm-up time available (30 minutes prior or whenever you can arrive)
2 brand new courts, net systems & volleyballs (USAV & NCAA court lines)
Email Dave Pauers if attending (or if you want to set-up another date and time)
- Visit adversitywisconsin.org for more info or "like us" at Facebook.com/AWVBC
March is already proving to be another successful month in our club's quest to improve skills. Developing athletes with character, teams that respond to adversity and overcoming the odds are all important steps towards peaking in June at the AAU National Event! The results displayed on court for the 1st two weekends in March were:
13-1 = 1st in Gold (back to back weekends taking 1st)
14-1 = 2nd in Gold & 3rd in Gold (out of 16 teams)
18-1 = 1st in Gold (back to back weekends taking 1st)
Our 2015 results are the highest obtained in our 6 years of existance! For more info on our programs, skill development and training opportunities, please visit the Summer Series tab to the left or contact us at 262-707-1003. We are currently offering small group clinics, private lessons and seeing area families scheduling various sessions on days off school, after school or on weekend - the sky is the limit at our "NEW" training center!!!
Adversity-Wisconsin VBC had 6 of our 7 teams participating in the 3 Day Milwaukee Sting hosted event. This event was held at "The Dome" in Wisconsin Dells (located on the chula vista grounds). 2015 has shown some of the best results in only our 6th year of club existence:
13-1 = 5th out of 14 Teams
14-1 = 5th out of 26 Teams
15-1 = 5th out of 14 Teams
16-1 = 2nd out of 16 Teams
17-1 =11th out of 19 Teams
18-1 = 5th out of 19 Teams
The following area businesses and sponsors have been instrumental in supporting area youth grades 2-12 (boys & girls ages 8-18). These generous businesses have invested considerable time and/or resources to help us get off the ground running and continue to aid in the overall development of various instructional programs offered by Adversity-Wisconsin VBC. We are continuously appreciative & thankful for their contributions towards area youth, our club and new training center.
We are honored to put these current sponsors in the spotlight:
If you'd like more information on how you, your business or organization can
Congrats to our entire coaching staff on furthering their knowledge and working towards obtaining various levels of success (both on and off the court) when it comes to preparing to meet the needs of our club and the families we serve:
12-1 = Amanda Hoffman (Impact Certified)
13-1 = Sara Voigt (Impact & Cap 1 Certified)
14-1 = Dave Pauers (Impact & Cap 1 Certified)
15-1 = Jon Mohr (Impact Certified)
16-1 = John Bornikowski (Impact Certified)
17-1 = Dan Rogutich (Impact & Cap 1 Certified)
18-1 = Jack Demski (Impact & Ref 4 Certified)
Increased Mastery & Professional Application of Coaching Theory is the basic certification required by the badger region which typical involves 3 hours of off-court (classroom) training in the areas of ethics, motor skill development, positive feedback, parent responsibilities, rules, practice planning, etc.
The Coaching Accreditation Program is an advanced training that involves a 2 day training both on and off court to develop advanced knowledge & experience in practice planning, drill development, coaching philosophies, communication, skill progressions, combination drills & evaluating statistics.
In addition, our coaches have a 3 hour training that we implement bi-annually based on our staff, their experience and availability prior to try-outs. Working with over 300 kids each summer also prepares a portion of of staff for the upcoming club seaosn each year! We have an excellent staff that is dedicated to being the best they can be - congrats to all of them!