About Us

Colorado Juniors Volleyball

Bill and Judy Peer started Colorado Juniors Volleyball Club in 1999 with just two teams and have built the club into a nationally recognized club with 24 teams (12 travel 12 local). One of their original goals when founding the club was to prepare athletes to play at the next level and and have proudly helped over 440 Colorado Juniors athletes succeed in getting to the next level and playing college volleyball. Colorado Juniors has more region titles since it began then any other club over the same time period and is competitive nationally with over 140 teams qualified for the USAV Girls National Championships since 2000.

Colorado Juniors training and instruction can raise each athlete's level of volleyball and expose him/her to high level team volleyball. At Colorado Juniors, athletes train with like-minded, physical athletes and quality coaching/instruction as a relatively low cost. We encourage well-rounded, multi-sport athletes as long as they can be committed to their club team and their academics.


 

Colorado Juniors Expectations

 

  • Appreciate parents time and financial commitment
  • Never late!
  • Contribute all the time, on court, bench, and in practice
  • Communicate on and off the court to coaches/parents/teammates
  • Attend 100% of practices (unless prior coordination)
  • Attend 100% of tournaments (unless coordinated before tryouts or emergency) - qualifiers are mandatory

In Return, Athletes Can Expect

 

  • FUN - growth as a person
  • Life skills of communication, interaction, responsibility, and time management.
  • Vast improvement in individual skills and team concepts -- high level concepts
  • Excellent opportunity for collegiate scholarships - many contacts and visibility / previous track record
  • Regional and national exposure
  • Best club experience EVER
  • Player/parent meeting on recruiting process - no extra cost
  • Help make recruiting tape and communicate with colleges - no extra cost

The Colorado Juniors Difference

 

Learning, not just doing. Thinking on the court!

Accountability and empowerment through positional responsibilities.

Fewer practices, but more out of each practice.

Only 2 practices per week mandatory - 1 school night!

Optional skills training and strength/conditioning training also offered

Have a life outside volleyball

Lower cost for amount of travel and exposure

Practices take advantage of other coaches expertise and experiences - one big staff