Coaches will notice your extra effort and take note, they want athletes who are willing to go the extra mile. If you make a mistake, take responsibility and use it as a learning experience and work hard in the next round.
First impressions are everything when it comes to volleyball tryouts. They can be the difference between making the team and being cut. Here are five ways to standout out at tryouts and increase your chances of making the team and what most coaches are looking for during tryouts, according to some of our Nike advanced volleyball camp directors.
Experience. This comes from repetition and learning how to get a good touch on the ball. The best experience comes from playing organized volleyball on club teams and in skill development and volleyball position camps.