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Allegro Volleyball Club is committed to be one of the finest clubs in the nation, providing all that is needed to enable our athletes and our coaches to constantly strive and develop, reaching their highest potential.

Allegro Girls Fall Open Gym

Allegro will have open gym on Sunday nights at PowerZone in Denville from 630-830pm.  Open gym is informal games. Maybe sometimes a coach will run a short practice or clinic. Admission is free to current fall ball players and travel players signed up to play 2016.  Check in at the front desk to get your member tag.  

Dates:  Sept 11, 13, 20, 27, Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 

Registration Open for Fall Local Teams

We are currently accepting registrations for the Fall Local season. There are teams for girls age 10-18, beginning through advanced levels.  Competitions take place versus in-house and outside teams.  You may choose either a weekday (Mon, Wed, and some Fri) or Sunday only practice schedule. All teams compete in 3 tournaments that take place on Saturdays. Practices and tournaments are held at PowerZone in Denville, NJ.

Players attend a placement camp (see schedule link below), and are then placed on teams based on ability (beginning through advanced players are welcome). Spots in the local program are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

Program Cost: $400 + $50 registration fee. The registration fee is paid only once per school year and counts for the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer Local seasons. It can also be applied toward the tryout fee for Allegro travel teams in Oct/Nov.

Allegro 18 National Team

 

As the season comes to a close we would like to congratulate Allegro 18 Nationals on such a successful season. 9 out of the 13 players have committed to a Dl, Dll or a Dlll school with the remaining 4 players playing club at their respected schools. We want to wish them all the best of luck in their college careers.

Allegro Alumni Contact

Where are you now?

Allegro would like to update our database of former players  in order to be able to contact you more effectively, communicate future activities and keep you informed of happenings at your alma matter.

Community Service Opportunity

Volunteering is a great way to help out your community, meet new people, and gain valuable skills.  PowerZone Volleyball  and Allegro will have a number of community programs up comming. If you would like to volunteer please email your interest to admin@allegrovolleyball.com.
 

PowerZone Community Programs include:

  • Special Olympics
  • YMCA Youth Volleyball

Parking Lot

On certain nights at PowerZone the parking lot is very busy. We would like to make some changes to improve the traffic and saftey as players are picked up after practice. The following changes are effective immediately

One Way traffic in  front of the building ( East, Left to right as you come out of the building )  - Enter from the back of the building and leave around the front of the building.

No standing in front of the building - This will help with the saftey and congestion in front of the building.

Allegro South Contact Info

If you have interest in our Allegro South Program please fill out our contact form.

Recruiting Video Service Available

First Look Volleyball, a new video production service at PowerZone, will be offering an affordable video and editing package to assist parents and players in creating a college recruiting video. For the majority of players, the volleyball skills video will be the first time a coach has the opportunity to evaluate you.

First Look Volleyball will professionally shoot video and edit to provide a video file to upload on a recruiting site or send to a college coach.

Contact Form

Please look at the program descriptions,  the FAQs (click here

Interested! sign-up below:

Directions to PowerZone - Rt 10W Bypass

If you are travelling to PowerZone for the later time slot for practice Rt 10 can be backed up. You can take take the exit for Dryden Way then go through some side roads. This is not to be done at night until you know your way, there are no lights and the roads are windy.  Even if you have a GPS it can be tricky.  Turn on your GPS after you turn left on Sherwood.   Click here for a map. 

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