2023 Spring Tryouts
Tryouts for our Boys Club Teams ages 8-18 for the 22/23 Season are now closed. If you are a player age 10-18 interested in inquiring about our teams, please fill out the tryout registration form and email us at email@example.com for more information.
Tryouts registrations are now open! It's encouraged to attend the Main Tryouts. Please fill out the form below & email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Waiver is required before tryout! You should print, sign and email to email@example.com!
Frequently asked Questions
Do I need to come to the Main Tryouts? What if I only can attend the Makeups?
We strongly recommend attending the Main Tryouts. Space on our teams is not guaranteed to remain past the primary tryout session. If you have a conflict, it is important to contact our Club Director (Sina Aghassy) to let our staff know you cannot attend the Main Tryouts, but will be there for Makeup. The director's email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should I arrive early?
We recommend arriving 15-30 minutes in advance of tryouts. There can sometimes be a line that forms as athletes complete their registration process and receive their tryout shirts.
How do tryouts work?
Our tryout process is very structured. There is a warm-up portion, followed by skills repetitions to show the athletes' grasp of fundamental techniques, followed by organized game-like scenarios. At the end of tryouts, the Director will address the group of athletes and their parents. After tryouts, the Director and coaches will be available for further conversation.
Is everyone offered a spot?
No. Unfortunately, we do have space constraints. In some age divisions we might only have one team, while in others we might have as many as two or three. It is possible all athletes in a given division will be able to find a home on one of our teams or in our program, but it is also possible we will have to make cuts.
When will I know if I have made it to a team?
The Director and coaches will talk to some players on-site during tryouts, as well as in the gym right after tryouts are over. However, most players will receive a phone call from the Director either that same day (Saturday) of the primary tryouts, or the following day Sunday to let athletes know where they stand.
What do I do if I am offered a spot?
You can choose to accept or decline the offer. Hopefully, attending tryouts means you have already discussed with your parents exactly what it means to play club volleyball - it can be a significant time commitment, as well as monetary. If your parents are on board and you want to accept the offer, you give your verbal commitment to play. The verbal commitment is very important to us; it is you giving us your word that you commit to play on our team and it is us giving you our word that we will hold a spot for you. Welcome to SoCal Legends Volleyball Club!
After I commit, what happens?
On the Tuesday following tryouts, you are allowed to sign your official Commitment Letter. You download the document under that tab, sign it & submit it to our administration.
I submitted my Commitment Letter, now what?
Wait for word from our admins! There will be a kick-off event in a couple weeks after tryouts to size uniforms, turn in paperwork, etc. We will keep you posted through email... welcome to SoCal Legends!
Boys Club Cycle