Website updated: February 22, 2017 at 10:53 am - Team pictures update
AZ Heat VBC offers a unique volleyball experience that focuses on the personal growth of each girl. AZ Heat VBC will be beginning its 10th season in the valley under the leadership of Julia and Larry Jefferson.
AZ Heat VBC takes a personal interest in each and every girl, helping cultivate a well-rounded athlete who can set and achieve goals, who demonstrates integrity and standards, who commits to her team and to her sport, and who is ready to bring forth the best of who she can be.
Players are limited on a team (10-11 players) as well as the number of teams at each level (max. 2 teams) in order to provide individual attention by the coaching staff, most of whom are former AZ Heat athletes themselves who have returned to continue their experience in this unique organization.
In 2017, AZ Heat will have three teams in the East Valley / Phoenix area; 14s (Open / travel), 16s (Open / travel), and 18s (Open / travel). Practices are held twice a week at Kiwanis Recreation Center in Tempe, AZ.
The strength and conditioning program provides an exemplary training program whereby each athlete increases agility, speed, stamina and performance. All girls will be provided strength and conditioning training two nights a week at Pecos Park in Phoenix, AZ.
This husband and wife team, both former college athletes, provides a program that is centered on family, with genuine care, some tough love, an eye on college, and the expectation of respect toward self, teammates, coaches, officials, and parents.
There's no organization in the valley like AZ Heat VBC!
Message AZ Heat VBC Director Julia Jefferson on this site for more information.