A Winning Tradition! Train To Win!
2015 BOSS Volleyball coaching staff!
BOSS Volleyball is here to help you achieve your goals!
Experienced and Quality Coaches!
Kim McLain BOSS 18-1
Emily Hiza BOSS 16-1
Hellen Bennett BOSS 18-2, 16-2
Arica Nassar BOSS 16-1 Assistant
Shelley Boshart-Davis BOSS 14-1
Tiffany Land BOSS 12-1
Jorden Weigel BOSS 16-2 Assistant coach
Kam Mahi BOSS 18-2Assistant coach
Josh Moyes BOSS 14-1 assistant
BOSS Volleyball continues success!
Providing A Superior Product with Proper Training!
After our first 3 years, BOSS Volleyball has helped every Senior find a place to play in a College program. We are proud of our coaches for teaching proper technique and skill which is very instrumental for reaching a higher level of competition. We have incredible coaches on staff that all have an amazing passion for coaching and teaching volleyball that is contagious to all involved, including the “parents”.
BOSS 16-1 finishes 13th in their division out of 48 teams at Girls Junior National Championships in Minneapolis, MN.
Congratulations to BOSS 16-1 and BOSS 14-1 on winning the 16s and 14s divisions at the Willamette Volleyball Classic Tournament.
2013 was another successful year for BOSS Volleyball and we are extremely proud of our accomplishments after our second year. BOSS 18-1 won the CEVA Regional Championship and again proving that the players here in the Willamette valley can reach their potential with proper training and great coaching. BOSS teams again were offered 2 Junior National bids for the second year. We continue to set the standard in our area. Thank you Coaches, Players and Parents.
As we move toward the 2014 season, we are looking for talented, hardworking team players to join us in another quest to achieve a high level of competition. Come see what separates BOSS Volleyball from other clubs. We train to win!
Our reputation speaks for its self!
We Will Miss Our BOSS Seniors!
Do you want to play volleyball consistently at the Gold or Platinum level?
Do you want to be coached by one of the best coaching staff’s in the Willamette valley?
BOSS Volleyball is all of that and more!
BOSS coaches are networked around the nation with other college coaches which has made BOSS Volleyball more visible at tournaments. Some of our coaches spend their spring and summer running skill clinics around the United States for the Art of Coaching Volleyball which has developed in to more networking.
From the Directors, Dick and Kim McLain:,
Our great coaching staff and hard working players are why we are successful and we anticipate another year of playing at the same high level with regional and national rewards. We invite you to join us in our journey. BOSS Volleyball is a club in the Columbia Empire Volleyball Association(CEVA). Our club is based out of Albany & Corvallis, serving surrounding areas and we are always searching for passionate volleyball players who are willing to work hard and want to play at a very high level. If you are interested in playing for BOSS Volleyball Club, Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Passion for teaching and Passion for coaching is just part of what makes up our tremendous coaching staff. Our coaches are made up of individuals with a vast range of experience from junior high level to the national and international levels at both playing and coaching. We make sure to only employ coaches that are being good role models on and off the court. We have a very high standard of morality and ethics for our staff that will ensure that your daughters are being taught good life lessons both on and off the court. There is more to being a good coach than just an extensive knowledge of the game. You also have to be able to teach the girls how to effectively identify and work towards goals. We make sure to employ coaches that not only preach it, they live their own lives by it. Part of our philosophy is that if a coaches morals are questionable, there is no question as to whether or not they can be a part of the BOSS Volleyball family.
When our teams step on the court, we expect them to play to win and we cultivate that competitive spirit. However, our definition of success goes far beyond the scoreboard – improvement, effort, and learning are equally valued.
We demand effort and intensity, but our primary goal is to motivate players through support, inspiration and positive coaching, not through fear and punishment. When coaches challenge players to achieve more than they think they can achieve, frustration is natural, but you can be sure that at the end of the day, we won’t lose sight of the importance of having fun.
Come have fun with us and play like a BOSS!!!