Congratulations to all the players who were selected as part of the 2021-2022 Wichita Legacy rosters! We are excited to have you join this special program.
Emails have been sent with more information, including paperwork. If you did not receive an email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this point, there are only a handful of spots remaining across our teams. Fall tryouts (October 31) will only be held if needed by that point in time. More details TBA.
SAVE THE DATE for our parent/player informational meeting on Sunday, November 7 at 2 pm at Kapaun Mt. Carmel.
For one-on-one training, please contact club director Elaine Robinson at email@example.com or 316-650-1856.
An outline of HOA's Recruitment Policy is below (from an HOA email April 21) :
1. There is to be no discussion, with any club, about future opportunities to play club ball, during the season.
2. Once the season for a team/player is finished, the club the player is registered with for the current season, is allowed to discuss future options with the player/parents.
3. Nobody can discuss future options with clubs, other than they are registered with, until July 9 when the recruitment period starts.
4. Clubs are allowed to start making offers on July 9. Nobody can sign any agreements or pay any deposits until July 15.
5. Parents need to report violations if clubs approach them or their kid about next season. To report any violations, go to the HOA website. Under the Junior Girls & Boys tab, you can find the Recruitment Violation Report Form.
Click HERE for the full recruitment policy.
Wichita Legacy Volleyball Club is committed to total player development, mental toughness and personal growth.
Our knowledgeable and ethical coaching staff uses a rational and straightforward approach to develop competitive teams and strong players, preparing them for the next level of their volleyball careers. The staff is hand chosen for their experience and dynamic coaching styles. Practices are fast-paced and mimic game situations.
Small enough to give each team and player the time and attention they need. Big enough for everything you want. See what we expect from our players, parents and coaches here.
Contact Elaine Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions or fill out the contact us form below.
Come see what makes us different! Click HERE to learn more about our coaches and our philosophy.
Small enough to give each team and player the time and attention they need. Big enough for everything you want.
Congratulations to the 16-1s team who won the 16s Select Regional Tournament going 7-0, without dropping a set. The team finished with a 33-10 match record for the season, outscoring its opponents approximately 2,100 points to 1,700 points, and the team finished in the Top 3 in 8 tournaments. Congrats!
Congratulations to the 17-1s and the 16-1s who placed 2nd at their tournaments March 6-7.
And, to the 16-1s who went 9-2 in its 17s tourney March 13, placing second.
Congrats to the 15-1s team for winning its tournament in Independence, Missouri Feb. 28, and to the 17-1s who placed third in the Battle of the Junction (out of 15 teams!)
Congrats to the 16-1s team who placed 2nd in its 17s tourney Feb. 21. The team also placed third at Keeper of the Plains, going 5-1.
Congratulations to the 14-1s and the 15-2s for their recent successes at their tournaments Feb. 7.
Congratulations to the 17-1s team who went a perfect 6-0 in their Kansas City tournament Jan. 31, placing first.
Congratulations to the 13-2s and the 15-1s team who placed 2nd in their age divisions at the KMC Classic Jan. 31. The 16-2s also placed third Jan. 31 at the FSC Showdown.
Congrats to the 14-1s team who won the KMC Classic Jan. 3.
Congrats to the 13-1s players for their first-place finish in Pratt Dec. 12, and their 2 second-place finishes in the 13s and 14s KMC Classic Jan. 3.
Congratulations to the 16-1s team for its 8-0 tournament win at the YMCA Dec. 19, and their 2nd and 3rd place finishes in the 16s and 17s KMC Classic tourneys Jan. 3.