Mission: Our mission at 575 Volleyball is to develop technically skilled volleyball players who strive to compete at the highest level possible.
Vision: We are a family oriented club and are very passionate to do what is best for the players. Our highly trained and committed staff provides skill based instruction and only form competitive teams.
575 Volleyball creates a positive atmosphere where athletes are passionate to succeed and compete.
575 Volleyball is a non-profit 501(c)3. We are committed to providing a high quality product at a cost efficient price, and give back to the community through fundraising and community service.
Each of our coaches is committed to the 575 training model. Which means our athletes learn the same systems for everything: movement, communication, offense, defense, serving, and technique cues by position.
As teams get older and progress the systems get more advanced and the plays get more fun!
We play a competitive schedule
Every team practices 2 days/week
Unified coaching philosophy and training system
Open and honest communication
Process, Process, Process. We do everything the same. (same warm up, workouts, drills, travel routines, team communication, group training, etc)
Director Stephen Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen was born and raised in Georgia and competed in team sports like football and baseball. His daughters started in volleyball in 2013. He started by watching sometimes as many as 5-6 days a week as both daughters learned the sport.
In 2018 he started a much-needed North Paulding Middle School Program. The first year had four teams which produced 2 varsity and 8 JV players the following year.
After years of seeing different coaching, club styles and hearing parent feedback he started SAVAGE Volleyball. With the sole purpose to bridge the gap between a recreational league and a high result demanding travel club team.
In November of 2019 Stephen merged with 575 to develop and grow the LakePoint Program by helping young athletes of differing circumstances (multi-sport, entry level, cost, etc…) get a taste of club volleyball while competing locally.
During this unusual time period we are trying to provide the safest protocols we can for the athletes of 575 volleyball.
- Masks are recommended
- The use of hand sanitizer will be encouraged upon entering and leaving
Player Contact with Covid-19
- If you have no symptoms you can partcipate in practice.
- If you have symptoms you should stay home.
- If you test positive you must stay home for 5 days till symptom free OR as soon as you can provide a negative test result. Upon return you must wear a mask for 5 days.
- If you play on a team with someone that tests positive as long as you were NOT within 6 feet for 15 mins consecutively, and have NO symptoms, then you can continue to practice.
USAV 4.5.1: …It is forbidden to wear hats or casts (even if padded). Braces, prosthetic limbs or other headgear that may cause an injury or give an artificial advantage to the player must not be worn. If a brace, prosthetic limb, or headgear is used, padding or covering may be necessary. Jewelry may be worn provided its nature does not present a concern for safety, such as extremely long necklaces and/or necklaces with large medallions, or large hoop earrings.
Shirts/spandex with logos or names of other clubs or schools need to be left at home. For practice, only 575 attire or “neutral” shirts on days the team is matching by color, theme, etc. For tournament days, players are to wear their 575 warm up during warm ups, and wear their cover up shorts or pants when not on the court.
Playing time is always a sensitive issue in team sports. The purpose of 575 Volleyball Club's playing time policy is to document and communicate the club-wide guidelines in advance to ensure that those who commit to the Club understand what factors will be used to determine playing time over the course of the season. Our Club has also established a process whereby a player/parent can raise concerns, if they believe the coach is not implementing the policy consistently on their respective team (set forth in the player/parent contract).
Whereas "house"-level sports programs advocate “equal playing time”, our Club does not advocate equal playing time, rather “earned playing time." However, the Club does believe that all players should receive equal training opportunities at practice.
In volleyball, there are four (4) types of games – scrimmages, pool-play, playoffs/medal-brackets, and regionals/qualifiers. All players will receive some playing time during scrimmages and pool play at the discretion of the coach. However, in playoffs/medal-brackets and playoffs or regionals/qualifiers, the factors below will be used to determine playing time:
1. Ability to execute during competition
2. Ability to perform specific skills needed or play a specific position during competition
3. Performance in practice (including skills, attitude and dedication)
4. Attendance/level of commitment to the team
5. Overall contribution, in whatever capacity, to the success of the team
Athletic propensity dictates what position a person plays, her performance in practice dictates how and when she will be used in tournaments. Another factor that may influence court time is how she adds to or distracts from the team's performance as compared to a teammate who plays the same position.
During a tournament (i.e. game-day), coaches are constantly adjusting and evaluating line-ups, which means that some players will receive more court time than others. Players are expected to understand and accept their role as defined by the coach and concede that the collective performance of the collective team has priority over the individual player.
Under no circumstances is it permissible for a parent or player to approach a coach during competition or at a tournament site to discuss playing time. Parents and players are required to wait 24 hours after the last tournament day before initiating any type of communication with a coach regarding playing time issues. If a player is concerned or unclear about her role on the team, she should initiate a meeting with her coach to discuss the matter either before or after practice. Coaches will meet with players during the season to discuss each player's role on the team and to set individual goals.