[california-volleyball-north] Re: california-volleyball-north digest
- looking for a beginner to intermediate team to play league here in the San
Jose area. Preferably an all womens team. Coed ok.
- I will be moving to California in the next week. I played college ball and
would like to get into some A leagues either women's or co-ed.
>From: "eGroups Digest" <firstname.lastname@example.org>Where in California are you moving to? I've been active in the Westside
>Subject: california-volleyball-north digest
>Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 22:08:52 -0000
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volleyball clubs and tournaments in Southern California. I now live in
Northern Ca. and am coaching a little ladies club team.
Where in California are you moving to and where did you play college ball?
I may be able to hook you up with a couple of teams. Let me know.
- Hi Cera, Can you please e-mail me some information on the ladies team that
you are coaching in northern, Ca. I'm interested in playing on a womens team
too. I currently live in San Jose, Ca. Here's my e-mail address. Jaaay212
- I am still looking for any beach, indoor, grass: A, AA, Open, volleyball in the Monterey, Salinas area. Any tips would be appreciated. Respond to: almandon@...
- I am interested. I played grass volleyball in Elko, NV and went to the National Tournament in Incline Village. I have played 6 man in college. I live in Sacramento and would like to get back into grass.
- I'm trying to see how much interest there is in pulling together a
competitive women's volleyball league (even if that means two teams) in the
North Bay or even in the city. I know plently of women that played in
college and have nothing but rec leagues and co-ed platforms in which to
compete. I want a women's net in a real gym and I want to play hard. I miss
practices and drills and three contacts on every play.
AND... if this is something that already exists and I've been living under a
rock, someone tell me where to sign up.
- Am prepping for reverse-coed grass doubles this season and am looking for a
source for the "spray-on lines" that are often used to mark the 10-ft line.
Anyone know where cans of this spray stuff can be found/purchased? Dave E