Club 757 is a brand new club formed by the merger of TVA Youth programs and Coastal Volleyball Club.
Together they have more than 30 years of Collegiate and Club experience bringing their motto "make a difference" a reality in the Tidewater Area.
Club 757 has an indoor and a beach program "Beach 757" headed by former PSU player Matt Mclaren.
"Tidewater Volleyball Association has been a staple in the Hampton roads area for more than 50 years- we have always offered adult programs and recreational youth, it seemed natural to embark into the competitive club world both indoor and on the sand. We look forward to continuing to make a difference in the volleyball community in our area" Stein-Wojieck.
757 Club will offer 4 different divisions, why? Because we want to make sure EVERYONE that wants to play volleyball finds their PATH.
757 National & 757 Travel- our most competitive divisions.
757 Select - for players that are not ready to play National or Travel, but a great initiation to club volleyball.
757 Juniors - a program for beginners, where everyone makes team.
LAST CALL for National and Travel teams - more info firstname.lastname@example.org
**Everyone that comes to Assessments (try-outs) will make a team
Check-in at 6:00pm
6:30 pm- 8:30 pm - 12's, 13's & 14's
Check-in at 6:00pm
6:30 pm- 8:30 pm - 15's, 16's & 17's
Location: 1045 19th Street- Virginia Beach Sports Center
**Space is limited
Come get ready for Assessments
All Players are welcome!
When: November 7th and 8th
All Age Groups, Girls (12yrs old -17yrs old)
Time: 6:00pm- 8:00pm
6:00pm-7:0pm - Positional Training
7:00pm- 8:00pm- Small Group drills (3v3, 4v4) and Competition (6v6)
Location: Va Beach Sports Center- 1045 19th Street
Saturday, July 16th
9:00 am-11:30 am - 14's
12:30-3:00 - 15's & 16's
Sunday, July 17th
9:00 -11:30 am - 17's & 18's
12:30pm- 3:00pm - 12's & 13's
Tuesday, July 19th
6:00 pm - 8:30pm - ALL Ages
Location: Virginia Beach Sports Center - 1045 19th Street, Va Beach,
Coastal and Tidewater Volleyball Association Announce Club Volleyball Merger
For the past decade, Tidewater Volleyball Association and Coastal Virginia Volleyball Club have enjoyed a true partnership in growing the sport in the Tidewater area. Both entities have shared many successes between their girls’ and boys’ programs. With the goal of becoming the premier destination for “all things volleyball” in a club environment that continues to become more and more saturated, TVA’s Executive Director, Kristina Wojieck-Stein, and Coastal’s Owner/Founder, Bob Arnette, announce the merger of the two clubs under a new entity: Club 757
"This merger will strengthen volleyball in the Hampton Roads area by combining forces rather than spreading the volleyball talent across more clubs. Club 757 will be managed and operated under the TVA umbrella alongside all of our other youth and adult programs”, says Wojieck-Stein.
Coastal Virginia Volleyball Club has been providing the Hampton Roads area with an intense and competitive learning environment since 1994. “After directing and growing Coastal for nearly 30 years, I’m confident in this new leadership team to build on the existing foundation and continue the success of the program. Kristina (“Kris”) has done an incredible job as TVA’s Executive Director since arriving in 2018” Arnette says.
Like the old saying goes, ‘in order to succeed you must surround yourself with good people,’ I knew the importance of having great people in our staff.” Kristina Wojieck-Stein has named Anna Moreno-Allison as the Director of the Club 757 program, which will operate under the TVA umbrella alongside their youth and adult programs. “Anna joined TVA two years ago and has completely transformed our youth programs. Although new to Virginia Beach, she has already established herself as one of the best coaches in the area.” says Wojieck-Stein.
The boys’ program will retain the Coastal name and continue to operate under the direction of David Arnette. “Coastal has done an excellent job in building opportunities for boys to play volleyball, and TVA will strengthen its grassroots boys’ program and continue to be a feeder system to increase the participation of boys volleyball in the Hampton Roads area. I look forward to this partnership with David,” says Wojieck-Stein. David adds “We look forward to officially finding a home under the TVA umbrella. TVA is the original leader in local volleyball, and their well established youth programs gives Coastal boys a great opportunity to reach new players at the younger age groups.”
Club 757 will continue to have its home at the Virginia Beach Sports Center, a premier facility in Virginia Beach - giving our players an opportunity to practice, play, and grow in the sport.