Pre-Tryout Clinics

Pre-Tryout Clinics

Pre-Tryout Clinics are not required, but there are benefits.
  • Meet the coaches.
  • Familiarize the player with drills.
  • Improve skills prior to a tryout.
  • Enjoy time with friends.

Complete the following…

Step 1 of 2 – Sign Up-Sports Engine Account and USAV/OKRVA
  • Register for USAV and the Oklahoma Region Assoc. (OKRVA)
    • Registration requires a Sports Engine PARENT account linked to the parent’s  email.
      • If a profile is already available for the player, please ALWAYS select the player’s existing profile.
      •  If no profile exists, a child (household member) may be added and then selected for any future registrations.
      • Never add a profile if the player already exists inside SE.
    • USAV and OKRVA set the $55 fee to govern our activities and sanction all aspects of our involvement in club volleyball.
      • $55 fee – It’s in addition to any clinic fee but is good for any other club’s activities in the region.
    • Registration opens Sep 1 and expires Aug 31 of next year.
    • Request a refund if not joining any USAV club team.
      • 30 days for USAV fee refund request ($22.50)
      • 60 days for OKRVA fee refund request ($32.50)
Registering online is required ahead of arrival at Titan.  It is our goal to provide a check-in process limiting contact as much as possible. Walk-ups may still register upon arrival, but it will require the same online registration available ahead of time.
What Age Group?

Attend the clinic for the age the player will be June 30 of next year.  Players may attend a clinic up to one year above the player’s age as of June 30 next year.

Born in July or August – Do I move up an age, or do I repeat the season since USAV changed the age cutoff from Sep 30 to June 30?

Clinic Fee and Location
  • $20 per clinic – Register Below ($5 discount for additional clinics if registered together)
  • Titan Sports Complex Directions
    • 101 E. 81st St. S. – Tulsa, OK  74137

Step 2 of 2 – Register Here For Clinic – Opens Sep 1 

11s9/11 and 9/18
12s9/11 and 9/18
9/25 and 10/2
9/25 and 10/2
10/16 and 10/23
10/16 and 10/23
Born in July or August?

It is likely a player has a significant advantage repeating with the same age as last year.  However, this might mean the player is also on a team where most of the kids are a year below her grade level.  Playing on grade level might provide a higher level of competition, and that will help sharpen a player’s skills.  It’s important a player plays where she can compete and continue to develop skills; key factors in the development of a player include:  the abilities of those around the player who challenge her, the coaching, and the challenge of tournaments. A challenge on the club’s side during this difficult decision players and parents face is that the club is filling teams immediately following the tryout, so if a player has an offer for a younger team (repeating last season’s age) but is waiting on a tryout to now “play up” due to the June or July birthday, the younger team cannot form.  Obviously, this is a quandary that can affect all of the kids waiting to receive an offer.  If the lower age division is signing before the older age’s tryout even occurs, this also creates a dilemma for the club and other families.  Every situation is unique, and we want to help each player navigate the situation the best way possible.  Traditionally, we want kids to play in the age division determined by the date of birth, but we recognize there may not be a one-size-fits-all solution.  If the player can attend clinics for both ages, that might provide the best data to help align the player to the best team for the upcoming year.  Feel free to reach out at the clinic and let us know we have a player with a birthday that might allow for playing up or repeating an age.