Volleyball

OSC volleyball strives to create a fun atmosphere where one can make new friends, enjoy old friends and have a great time playing volleyball year round. We have six coed leagues of different skill levels (AA, A, BB, B, B1, B2), three women's leagues (A, BB, B), and two men's leagues (4x4 & 6x6).

Our Fall and Spring coed league teams are compiled via a draft, while Summer leagues are Team signup.  Our women's leagues are team signups, and Mens leagues are individual signup & draft.  All levels of players are able to play.  Our leagues are managed by a committee of volunteers, and we seek new individuals to step up & take on the various tasks needed to keep all 11 leagues running smoothly.

For more information about this exciting, competitive and socially active sport, please email volleyball@omahasportsclub.com.

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LOOKING FOR LEAGUE MANGERS AND CAPTAINS FOR THE FALL CO-ED LEAGUES:

Did you know that League Managers play for free and Captains for each team play for a discounted rate?! The Volleyball Committee is looking for a league manager for the A/BB league and captains for all leagues. If you are interested please email Volleyball@OmahaSportsClub.com.

FALL VOLLEYBALL CO-ED TRY-OUTS:

Try-outs will be on Tuesday, September 10that Westside Community Center (3534 S 108thStreet) at 6pm for the A/BB and B leagues; B1 league will be on Thursday, September 12that St. Luke United Methodist Church (11810 Burke Street) at 6:30pm; B2 league will be on Monday, September 16that St. Luke United Methodist Church at 6:30 pm. Signups will be available online soon.  

 

HOW TO HAVE A SUCCESSFUL TRY-OUT:

1.    Before Try-outs

a.    Sign Up Early – Signing up online before try-outs helps the volleyball committee and the league managers expect how many teams they will be drafting into each league and the captains who will have all your contact information and notes about your experience. 

b.    Correct Contact Information – When signing up online early, please make sure all your contact information is correct. After you have been drafted, it is hard for captains to contact you if your phone number or email address is outdated or incorrect. 

c.     Volunteer – Omaha Sports Club is run on volunteers. No volunteers=No volleyball. Consider volunteering to captain a team, help with try-out nights, maybe serve as a league manager. 

d.    Recruit players – Got a friend that is new to Omaha or wanting to get back into volleyball? Bring your friends! The more players we have the more fun everyone has.

e.    Select all leagues that you are willing to play in – Players missed out last session on playing because they failed to indicate all the leagues they were willing to play in. Depending on how many players we have and the skill levels, sometimes depend on which league you will play in.   

2.    Try-out Night

a.    Show Up – Showing up to try-outs on time helps new captains see your skills. It is extremely difficult for captains to draft if they don’t know your skill level, especially if you are trying to move up a level.  

b.    Make yourself stand out – Make yourself different. When captains and league managers are looking at a hundred players, it is hard to remember each person’s skills. Wear something that makes you look different from everyone out there. 

c.     Move Around – Make sure to move around to different courts during try-outs. Don’t hang out in one spot. The more you move around the more you will get seen by all the captains watching. 

3.    After Try-outs

a.    Be Ready - Your captain will text, call, or email you that night or the next day that they have selected you on a team. Please respond to them so they know you have received the message. 

b.    Sportsmanship – Once selected on a team, have the kind of attitude of a person that you would want to play with.  Make the session enjoyable for your teammates, play with proper sportsmanship. 

 

OSC Volleyball Committee looking for members:

Did you know that Omaha Sports Club is a non-for-profit organization and the Volleyball Committee is run by volunteers? Volunteers who play volleyball, have full time jobs, families, and multiple responsibilities. The more members that are on the committee, the lighter the load is on everyone and the smoother volleyball leagues run. We like to have volleyball players from various leagues be involved so all leagues are represented. Skill sets can be anything from writing, making calls, following up on emails from interested players, advertising, recruiting, graphic design, keeping up the Facebook page & OSC website, etc. On average, it could just be one hour of your time a month. We have current committee members who will rotate out after the Fall session. If we have no volunteers to run Volleyball, unfortunately Volleyball will not continue for the Spring 2020 session.  Email volleyball@omahasportsclub.comto participate. Hope to hear from you soon. 

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