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Volleyball Classes

Led by Director Alyssa Murray, the House of Sports volleyball classes focus on skill building and fundamentals in a fun, welcoming environment. Our classes are open to athletes of all skill levels and are offered throughout the week during after-school hours. Due to Covid-19 our policy/best practices have changed slightly to ensure social distancing measures are taken. All Classes will be training/skill based there will be no contact or competitive play. The House Of Sports offers an option for private classes for groups of 6 or more players. For more information about the Volleyball classes please contact Alyssa Murray at Alyssa@houseofsportsny.com.

Winter Clinics

Developmental Volleyball (Sat. 9:15am to 10:30)

This class is geared toward beginner athletes that are looking to learn and practice basic volleyball skills and fundamentals. December 4,11,18 January 8,15,22,29 February 5,12,19

Modified/JV Volleyball (Fri. 4:30p to 6:00p) THIS CLINIC IS FULL

This class is a class combined with basic volleyball skill training and practice play "scrimmage" against others within the clinic. This class is geared toward athletes that have played volleyball and are looking to advance their skills and prepare for modified and JV teams. December 3,10,17 January 7,14,21,28 February 4,11,18

HS Boys Volleyball Clinic - Wed 3:30-4:30 & Fri 3:15-4:30

This clinic is geared to HS athletes that are looking to improve their play and continue to prepare for the HS volleyball season.

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, all HOS Fall offerings have been updated and amended to ensure all Classes/Clinics are executed in accordance with New York State and HOS policies and best practices.

All classes will feature low coach to camper ratios as well as strict participant capacities!

As always, our classes will offer professional coaching in a fully climate-controlled facility. Please see the chart for which camps are offered each week and please see the following page for details.

At the House of Sports, our primary concern is the health and safety of our customers, staff, and all of their families. As we reopen HOS- and welcome customers for the Fall season, we are taking all possible measures to protect everyone who enters the facility

As Covid 19 is a fluid situation and guidelines
may change, these Fall Classes/Clinic Program protocols and best practices are subject to change by House of Sports at any time at the sole discretion of management to ensure the highest quality program in a safe environment. 

Volleyball Director

As Westchester native, Coach Murray began her volleyball career as four-year player at the setter position.  After graduating from Marist College, she started coaching youth volleyball as she returned to Westchester County.  Over the past two decades Murray has held volleyball leadership roles at the JV, Varsity and Club levels.  She is currently the Varsity Head Coach at The Ursuline School in New Rochelle as well as a teacher in Yonkers.  Since taking the Varsity position at The Ursuline School last year, the team has earned the title of League Champions two years in a row.   Coach Murray was the Head coach of two club teams last year for another club in Westchester.  She is excited to continue to mold athletes and enhance skills and techniques on the court as the Volleyball Director of HOS and the Head Coach of the 16U Orange & 14U Blue club teams.  

Volleyball Developmental Coordinator

Elizabeth Millan played for New Rochelle High school and graduated in 2006. She played defensive specialist and eventually became libero. She continued to play throughout college and still plays until this day. Elizabeth plays all year around from indoor 6s to grass quads and even beach doubles. In 2014, she became Pelham High School assistant coach and then took a season off after she gave birth to her second child. Elizabeth coached 5 years for LHVA and was the Developmental Coordinator. Today she continues to show the love for the sport by dedicating her time to the game all year around. This is her first-year coaching for House of Sports, and she is very excited to teach and improve some skills for the upcoming season.