COVID-19 update – as of March 20, 2020, 3:00 Pm
As you know, the situation surrounding the current COVID-19 pandemic is constantly shifting and there are some new limitations to communicate since our last update. The entire volleyball community is diligently working to respond to national, state and local recommendations, be responsible for the health of its members and those they come in contact with and do its part in containing this virus. At the same time, we are constantly revising our plan to get back to the gym and complete the second half of our season, so we are ready to hit the ground running once we get the green light.
USAV and AAU are now aligned in recommending that all volleyball activities suspend through April 15 and Huron Valley Volleyball Club will honor their recommendation. All HVVC activities are suspended through April 15. Our current contingency plan has practices starting on April 16, but this is of course pending the COVID-19 situation at that time.
In addition, recruiting for all D1 and D2 programs are in an agreed “dead period” until April 15 and there should be no on- or off-campus recruiting activity.
Tournament directors all over the country are also working on tentatively rescheduling their dates and we are using this information in our planning.
Communications specific to your team level (National, State and Home League) will be sent separately.
We are continuously monitoring the situation and will reach out again when we have new information.
What is HVVC doing?
See below for the changes we are making. We will make every attempt to inform families of changes as they happen. The situation is changing rapidly, so please check your email and the club website regularly (https://www.huronvalleyvb.com/)
Coaches may also communicate with families directly.
Parents, please help us encourage and enforce these measures
We will encourage social distancing as much as possible
Facility updates and maintenance
What can athletes and their families do?
The safety of our athletes and coaches is always our top priority. If you feel that you/your daughter should not attend practices, please communicate clearly with your coach and with Rody (club director); there will be no recourse. Sick athletes who show up to practice will be immediately sent home.
Where can I find additional information?
The Washtenaw County Health Department for up to date information in our county:
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, general information regarding COVID-19:
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, recommendations:
The US Centers for Disease Control:
USA Volleyball has canceled events through April 15
Ann Arbor Public Schools
Saline Area Schools
Spring 2020 program for 8 to 14 years old players
Start April to May
The HVVC Spring Local League is a new program that will provide intermediate and beginning players the opportunity to play volleyball April to May. This program will be a simple, inexpensive and fun program to prepare players for a higher-level future club or school team. The practices will be organized and run by our HVVC Coaches and players from our National Travel programs.
No tryouts required!!!!!
Registration open deadline March 20th
The HVVC family has a new member! Tony Glessner, U of M assistant, will be involved with the development of all 2020 teams, providing leadership and guidance to the coaches, and helping them achieve a successful season for the players and parents.
Middle School Elite Camp 2019
HVVC 16 Blue - ASICS Chicago 2019 Champion
HVVC 14 Blue Asics Chicago 2019 Champion
HVVC 15 Blue - MC Madness 2019 Champion
HVVC offers year round volleyball training and USAV/AAU/JVA club teams for girls and boys in southeast Michigan. Our teams range from the local to the national level. We also host tournaments and private lessons at our facility.
Our facility is located at 815 Woodland Dr, Saline.
|Huron Valley Volleyball Club|
|815 Woodland Dr Saline, MI|