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Allegro Volleyball Club is committed to being one of the finest girls 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.

Academy Summer Session

Summer Practice 2016

Academy is a training-only program geared toward high level players who want to prepare for their upcoming seasons. Unlike a summer camp, players work with coaches to develop an individual training plan based on their specific needs and goals. Each practice includes individual skill work as well as strength training/conditioning. Players meet 3 times per week. The player to coach ratio is kept very low (about 6 to 1).  The schedule is flexible in order to accomodate busy summer calendars. (We encourage players to train as many weeks as they can, but you only need to sign up for a week at a time.)

Summer Local Teams

Registration is open for Summer Local Teams. Players are accepted into the program on a first-come, first-served basis until teams are full. Team placement is based on ability and age. There are 2 summer sessions, each is 4 weeks long. Practices will be Mon, Tue, & Thu 630-830. Teams will play matches on Tue & Thu the final 2 weeks of each session (in place of practice).

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Allegro Beach Volleyball

Registration is open for Allegro Beach Volleyball 2016!

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Congratulations to Allegro 18 Black

 
 
 
Allegro would like to wish our graduating seniors from 18 Black all the best next year and beyond! All eight girls will be attending college in the fall and they just wrapped up their high school career’s in amazing fashion! This season, Allegro 18 Black won 1st place at a GEVA tournament in March, finished the season ranked third overall in GEVA, and took fifth place overall at Penn State! Talk about a great season! Our eight departing seniors include:
  • Andie Ackerman (Rutgers)
  • Alyson Lawrence (Susquehanna)
  • Sarah Lynch (County College of Morris)
  • Kate Shirkey (Ramapo College)
  • Riley Krauss (Texas)
  • Janelle Rossi (Temple)
  • Kayleigh Duke (Dayton)
  • Amanda Morrison (Champlain College)
 
Congratulations on an awesome season and wonderful careers! Coach Carl, Coach Zach, & the rest of us at Allegro will miss you all dearly! Make sure you come back to visit us! 

What is available for us parents?

PowerZone Volleyball has programs available in the 2-3 hours time your daughter is here at practice.

Over the years parents have asked what is available for us in terms of playing volleyball. If you have the itch to play, I would like to invite you to join us on Sunday (12/13) from 630p-830p or Thursday (12/17) from 9p to 11p for a free open gym and mini-clinic. (Thursday open gym did not have enough RSVP to play and is rescheduled for a later date.

Allegro Alum - NJAC Player of the Year

Everyone at Allegro would like to extend a huge congratulations to former player and current coach Lindsay Schuele for being named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Player of the Year! She was also named to the Conference First Team. Schuele is a lefty right side who plays for Stockton. She played on Allegro 16, 17, and 18 National and coaches for the club on her winter break and during the summer.

Allegro Alum wins Conference Championship!

2015-11-21 Everyone at Allegro would like to say a big congratulations to Courtney Dalton and the Howard Bison for winning the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference! Dalton, a freshman right side who played for Allegro 17 and 18 National was named to the All-Tournament team.  The Bison swept Bethune-Cookman 25-19, 25-20, 25-22.  
 
 

Allegro Mania 2015 Photos

 

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

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