USA Junior Olympic (JO) Volleyball or Club Volleyball offers athletes the opportunity to play volleyball after their school season. Club Volleyball is an avenue for girls 11 to 17 years of age to play in competitive tournaments and get advanced training.
Croix Attack is open to girls regardless of school affiliation.
Tryouts are held after the school season is over with practices starting early December and play dates/tournaments starting early Januay ending late March, early April.
We are affiliated with Badger Region and USA Volleyball.
The purpose of Spring League is to introduce the game of volleyball to girls at an age where they can become interested in the game, develop gradually and are more productive as players by the time they get to high school. This is done in a way that doesn’t force athletes to choose between volleyball and basketball, and, where possible, softball, soccer or another sport. Focus is put on learning the game in a practice or clinic context. This will be coupled with matches to give the players an opportunity to apply the skills they’ve learned at practice in competitive situations.
Spring Season is open only to HUDSON area students in grades 4th to 8th. Tryouts will be in February with practices starting late March and play dates starting early April. The season ends mid-May with the League Championship Tournament. Teams will have an option to choose from 7 consecutive play dates and end of season tournament.
We are associated with the Wisconsin Independent Volleyball League (WIVL).
Play locations are throughout Western Wisconsin at schools within driving distance up to an hour from Hudson.
Summer Camp will be held mid-July (Tuesday - Thursday) with registration opening in June. Registration will be limited to 40 players for each morning and evening session.
The morning session (9 a.m. to Noon) will be for players entering 4th, 5th or 6th grade. Players will be introduced to the game of volleyball through teaching basic skills.
The evening session (6 p.m. to 9 p.m.) will be for players entering 7th or 8th grade. Players will learn more advanced skills.
Chiropractic Care and Strength & Conditioning is offered from area businesses. Click on the JO season program for more information.