Welcome to Temecula "Viper" Volleyball Club! We offer year round volleyball programs for girls and boys of all ages. We invite you to look around our website and learn more about our philosophy, programs and coaches. If you want to register for any on-going classes now, go to the Programs page.
We are excited to announce that we are now offering a BOYS ACES class and it is filling up! Check out the ACES page for information and registration!
Effective July 15, 2014 Club West Temecula is now Viper Volleyball!!
If you have enrolled in a camp or class, please contact us at (951) 265-4695 or email@example.com
We want to ensure that the transition is a smooth one for you and your player. We will honor any camp or class that has already been scheduled.
Congrats our three tournament Champions: 12-Gale/Ashlyn, 14-Bonne/Jamie and 16-Danny!
Summer League starts July 2014!
Viper is now offering League play for youth ages 6-18. League play includes local practices and tournaments in a 6 week format! For more information, click the image below or visit our Youth League page.
Viper Volleyball was recently featured in the Valley News for it's annual Viper Night event and more! Read the article here! Thanks Valley News!
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Point Loma Nazarene University Volleyball team, including former Vipers Christin Fisher and Cassidy Wilson are your NCCAA National Champions. The Sea Lions completed their run to the title by taking down Azusa Pacific 25-21, 25-20, 15-25 and 25-19 on Saturday, Dec. 7. Congrats girls! Click the photo for the full story!
Kelli Mattson - Senior - Toledo
Taylor Barnson - Senior - Utah State
Jessica Gaffney - Senior - San Francisco
Jenna Utter - Senior - Colorado, CO Springs
Kristin Parker - Senior - San Marcos
Jenifer Grove - Senior - Mary Washington
Kasey Calderon - Senior - Corban
Kori Milan - Senior - Great Falls
Morgan Kissick - Junior - Concordia Irvine
Tristan Self, a senior setter and libero for our 18-1s, has been one of the top athletes in the inland Valley for the past four years. She has always been a multi-sport athlete, and at Hemet High School, Tristan has been an integral part of their volleyball and soccer success all four years.
Tristan began playing for Viper as a Junior and set our 17-1s to a 9th place finish at AAU's in Florida in the Open Division last year. On and off the court Tristan is a terrific role model as an athlete, student and team player. It has been our pleasure to have her as part of our club and we are excited to share her story with you!
Tristan, or "T", started playing volleyball in the 6th grade because she grew up around it and always went to her sisters club practices and games! Of course she wanted to play, even though she started playing soccer at the age of 6 and basketball at age 8, because it seemed like so much fun!
Tristan loves volleyball because she is constantly learning new things & enjoys the process of becoming a more complete player. Also, she says, "it is just a lot more fun than any other sport."
As the starting setter all 4 years at Hemet High, Tristan helped lead her team to three CIF Titles and four straight CIF Finals appearances. Along the way, Tristan picked up some terrific accolades that demonstrate the kind of athelte she is: 4-time first team All CIF, 2-time CIF player of the year, 4-time first team all league, 3-time league MVP, 4-time first team All Area, 3-time Maxpreps first team All-State, 2013 Maxpreps 2nd team All-American, and finalist for the Andi Collins award.
In addition to volleyball, Tristan still plays forward for the Hemet High soccer team (they are currenlty in the semis of CIF) and loves to juggle sports and life! Academically, she has been a scholar athlete all 4 years, made honor roll every semester in high school, has a 4.17 GPA and was named the 2010-2011 Biology student of the year.
What's next for Tristan? She has enjoyed playing as a setter and libero in club this year and is looking foward to playing at the next level! She is visiting some college campus' this spring and will have a decision soon!
Club Director Dana Burkholder says, "Tristan is the type of athlete and competetor every coach wants on their team. She has a huge motor, always gives everything she has, is always willing to do what's best for the team, and is simply a play maker. She has been an important part of Viper these past two years and it has been my pleasure to watch her grow and help her get to the next level."
2013-2014 has been a busy recruiting season at Viper. Many of our top players have recently commited to play in college and we would like to share their success with you. All of these girls are terrific role models for our young players who also dream of playing in college some day.
Congratulations to all of these girls for achieving their dream. Read our 2013-2014 Commitment Summaries here. New summaries were added in February of 2014, so check it out!
Temecula "VIper" Volleyball Club