Northern Nevada Juniors Volleyball Club

2022 Fall/Winter Programs



Welcome to the 2022 Fall/Winter Program Registration.

This registration will allow you to provide contact information and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available. Upon completion of registration a charge from NNJ Volleyball will appear on your account. Offline payment options are also available – further offline payment details are outlined on the receipt page.

Please note, all NNJ registrations are non-refundable.

We're excited to announce our Fall/Winter lineup for 2022!

Which level should I sign up for?
See the descriptions below to see which level describes you/your player best. If you have questions or need an assessment, ask us at any time. We always recommend that players who are new to NNJ start at the beginning level, regardless of experience. 

Advanced Level — Understands offensive and defensive systems (e.g. knows a 5-1 vs. a 6-2 offense and perimeter vs. rotation defenses). Knows and can execute multiple offensive attacks, either as a setter, hitter, or both. Can pass multiple 3-pt. passes in serve receive, free ball defense, and down ball defense. Has footwork to jump float and can serve several in a row to multiple zones. Has multiple years competing at the club level. 

Intermediate Level — Understands offensive and defensive systems. Can demonstrate passing and defensive postures and footwork. Can pass multiple 3-pt. passes with proper footwork and posture. Can serve over the net consistently with an understanding of zones. Knows offensive schemes and setting tempos. Has a basic understanding of rotation and overlap rules. Has experience playing at the club or high school level. 

Beginning Level — Has experience in camps and clinics, but no club or high school experience. Still working on passing posture/footwork/platform angle accuracy. Inconsistent serving the ball over the net. Still new to hitting technique/footwork/timing. No working knowledge of rotations/overlap rules or offensive/defensive systems. Please note that volleyball is a sport of positive repetitions, and that it takes a long time to move from level to level. Players will be grouped within these levels so that they are continuing to grow and develop while still enforcing a strong skill set with as many positive reps and possible. 


*Same-day registrations will incur an additional fee.


Questions can be directed to:

alix Cirac


Phone: (775) 848-7530