Vibe is a volleyball club for young ladies and is dedicated to helping them increase their skill level and knowledge of this complex, yet interesting sport while providing an opportunity for players to play to their highest level. We continually evolve key elements of our volleyball club’s philosophy and incorporate these into every practice and game; including creating a love for the volleyball game. Vibe Volleyball gives each player the opportunity to enhance their volleyball technique while providing competitive opportunities for playing and maximum on-the-court experience for all players, their parents, and the coaching staff.
Vibe, a volleyball club located in Alamo, California at the ARC provides an awesome place to participate in recreational volleyball. Vibe also has other locations throughout the East Bay including Danville and Walnut Creek. We invite current players and new players so please come check us out!
Ages: 9 – 14 years old
Contact us or Sign up
If you have questions about the program or would like to sign up please contact Coach Kris at email, email@example.com or call me at 925-300-6166.
About the Coach
Kris played high school volleyball in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and club ball for the Onion Patch Volleyball Club winning the Canadian Jr. National Championships two years in a row. After moving to Huntington Beach, CA, Kris joined the Tiger Volleyball Club, winning the U.S. Junior championship that year. Kris received a VB scholarship to the Division 1 University, SDSU, playing setter for three years, and then moving to outside hitter during their rebuilding program his senior year. Kris has been coaching both Soccer and Volleyball for 15 years with eleven years in Volleyball starting with work at MVHS’s JV program in 2005.
Starting in 2005, Kris now runs club Vibe, coaches a couple of teams, runs many of the practices, organizes clinics, cheers for everyone, and just loves the game. During the day, Kris works in a lab developing new technologies in free-electron generation for some to be named application and in an external heat engine design to change the world’s power generation.