The Beach Club

June 7- July 30 2021
A flexible 8 weeks of instruction and competition
Email for information on how to join The Beach Club Summer 2021. We still have room, but space is limited.
  • Players interested in the program should register for and attend tryouts.

  • Tryouts will be a training session lead by one of our head coaches. These will be a supportive and enriching environment aimed to benefit players.

  • The purpose of tryouts:

    • players and coaches have an opportunity to meet each other.

    • players can experience how we run practices and how the club operates.

    • the club can begin to understand how to best support and group players based on our initial assessment of their strengths and areas for growth.

    • Outcome of tryouts: group player in The Beach Club, recommend player to the Training groups program, recommend player to the our Summer Camps.

  • Tryout Dates:  April 25, May 16

  • Tryout Location: Main Beach, Santa Cruz.

  • Tryout Time: 9-11am

  • Tryout Cost: $20 per tryout day.

  • Tryouts are no longer being held. To join the group, email


Program Details and Highlights:
  •  Space is limited.

  • Sign up for the entire summer, or just for specific weeks.

  • Flexible program that allows you to sign up by the week.

  • Wednesday CBVA tournament coaching included each week.

  • Train in a fun and dynamic environment with our experienced coaching staff.

  • Every practice is lead by one of our elite coaches who will design, instruct and implement a customized practice plan based on the needs of the players.

  • Season: June 7 - July 308weeks

    Practice 3x per week: M-T-Th.

  • Times: 11-1pm

  • Location(s): Main Beach, SC Beach Courts

  • Cost:
    • 2-3 weeks: SC $150/week

    • 4-5 weeks: SC $135/week

    • 6-8 weeks: SC $120/week


Space is limited in the program and requires players to tryout. We will begin to take registrations after tryouts. All interested players need to register for tryouts. 

Training Format:


Modified training group format. This structure is more fluid and dynamic than a strict 8 person group. We will group 6-8 players per court. Each court will have a head coach. Coaches will have the flexibility to combine courts and groups, break off, do rotation/jigsaw style instruction, competitive work up, mix players and ultimately design training specific to the needs of all players. We really like this format. It allows coaches and players the opportunity to maximize the training experience!

Coaching Staff: 


The coaching staff for this program is dynamic. Each session is designed and lead by a highly qualified Lead Coach, who manages, directs and coaches the whole session. Court coaches include: club alumni, current and former college players, current professional players, and long time local coaches and players. We make sure to provide players with a range of top quality coaches so players can gain the most by hearing a variety of ways to teach and play the game! 

General Tournament Information:


As a club, we do not pair up teams, or register them for tournaments. We encourage all our players to compete in the Wednesday CBVA events at Main Beach. The registration process for the events is unique. The tournament registration opens a month and a day in advance. These events fill up quick, so best to plan ahead and sign up as they are available.

June Tournament Registration:


Given the registration for June events opens before we start practicing, and you need a partner to register, we recommend you either arrange partners from players you already know in the group, or we can help match players needing a partner.

Socal Travel:


There are a huge number of events in socal, and you can almost play a tournament every day in July. July is the big month, where teams from all over the nation converge on the South Bay (Hermosa/Manhattan Beach) for AAU Nationals and BVCA.



In providing a summer program, we understand that players will inevitably miss practices. We strongly encourage and would like each player to make every practice, but understand that is not always possible, so we are flexible.



We ask that training group players represent the club at tournaments by wearing club clothing. T-Shirt and hoody included in the program. Additional clothing can be purchased.

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