Evaluations for Moto are completed. Positions are available at various ages and levels. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential individual evaluation.
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The following high schools were represented by players last year in Moto: Bishop Chatard, Cathedral, North Central, Franklin Community, New Palestine, Mt. Vernon, Hamilton Heights, Noblesville, Fishers, Hamilton Southeastern, Guerin, Carmel, International, University, Heritage Christian, Lawrence Central, Lawrence North, Carmel
Coming to Moto Volleyball Club for 2015 Club Season.
Exclusively for Club Moto Members, team camp with Indiana Volleyball Icons, Lloy and Arnie Ball. All Moto Club Members will travel to Ft. Wayne on December 6th via charter buses to have a full day clinic with Lloy and Arnie Ball. This clinic and transportation is included in your club fees, so no additional cost for this event. We will leave early Saturday morning from the Fishers area on chartered buses and arrive back in Fishers that evening. Attendance for Moto Members is highly encouraged so mark it on your calendar. This will be a tremendous team building activity.
Lloy joined the USA Team in June of 1994. Within three weeks he became the starting setter. For the next 14 years, Lloy held the reigns at the setting position. He was also team captain for 10 of those 14 years. During his tenure, Lloy accumulated: a bronze medal at the 1994 World Championships, best server in the world in 1995, starting setter for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, best setter in the world 1999, starting setter and captain of the 2000 Sydney and 2004 Athens Olympic Teams. Lloy was voted MVP and best setter at the 2007 World League Finals, which the USA won Gold for the first time is their history. Lloy finished his career leading the USA Team to a Gold Medal in Beijing.
Success has been the constant that followed Arnie Ball and catapulted his dream of building a powerhouse men's volleyball program in the Midwest. The drive to reach the top, and eventually bring the NCAA National Championship to his Division I program has been the instrument that has led his clubs to capture or share in seven Midwest intercollegiate volleyball Association Championships - including NCAA final four appearances in 1991, 1992, 1994, 1999, 2006, 2007. He currently has 517 wins as the Head Men's Volleyball coach at IPFW.
Ball coached the IPFW women's team from 1981-1988, winning the Great Lakes Valley Conference four times and earning a spot in the NCAA II tournament in 1987 and 1988. He ended his eight year stint with the women's program with an overall record of 231-102.
Our volleyball club is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. MOTO VBC is focused on providing high-quality coaching for your daughter in a positive environment. Many things go into creating a positive experience for the girls playing in our club. From having quality coaches, limiting team size, and working to control the cost of club. By doing this, MOTO VBC increases the opportunity for parents and players to benefit from their involvement in club .
We understand that the members of our club love volleyball, but also have other interest. From participating in other sports or functions, to going to Prom. They need to have room for these experiences. We do our best to make room for these other activities. Talk to us about your particular situation so we can see if our club is a good fit. Being a parent run, our focus comes from that perspective. Knowing that club volleyball is expensive, we do all we can to limit the cost that parents incur when having their daughter in club. Not traveling to qualifiers out of state (five days in hotels, restaurants, car rental and so on), will keep the total cost of club down. You can spend more on one out of town tournament in travel expenses than what it would cost for an entire season of club. This year alone, we will save parents in our club $258,840 by not going to this one tournament in June. See calculations below. We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our . There's much more to come!Assumptions for expenses going to tournament in Florida. One player and one parent, ($250 each airfare), ($125/night x 5 nights hotel), food($35 per person per day=$350), parking fee($15 a day for 5 days= $75), two coaches expenses split by 10 players($212 per player). Total expenses saved by our families per player=$1,782. This year alone, we will save parents $258,840. With 480 players that have come thru our program since 2009 total $855,360.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. Evaluations will be held in late October with sign ups beginning in October. Check back soon!!!