LADERA RANCH, Calif. – (Nov. 15, 2017) – Ladera Sports Center, a multi-sport facility dedicated to providing state-of-the-art indoor programs and events, announced today the start of another season of Southern California Volleyball Association (SCVA) Volleyball. Play will be held over 13 weekends, beginning this Saturday, November 18 and running through June 17, 2018.
“The Ladera Sports Center team is excited to kick off the new season of the Southern California Volleyball Association that will help so many young athletes develop and broaden their volleyball fundamentals, as well as sharpen their team-player skills,” said Steve Williams, chief executive officer of Ladera Sports Center.
Spectators are encouraged to attend the weekend tournaments. Admission is $7 for ages 11 and up, and $5 for children ages 6-10. Children under the age of six are free. Parking will be $15. Specific tournament dates and other information can be found on the Ladera Sports Center web site at www.laderasc.com.
“Our goal at Ladera Sports Center is to provide a great experience for athletes, families and fans. We had an amazing SCVA season last year, and are thrilled to welcome this competitive volleyball league back to our facility,” said Holly Schwartz, an owner of Ladera Sports Center.
Since its opening in 2016, Ladera Sports Center has become an increasingly popular venue for a wide range of athletic competitions, camps and classes, open gym and private training for basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, dance, pickleball and more. The sports center is also home to the San Clemente Volleyball Club, an award-winning club for boys and girls ages 10 to 18; Prime Volleyball Club, the host of club teams, camps and clinics for boys and girls of all ages whose staff includes three coaches with USA Olympic Team coaching experience; and Team Nikos, a youth AAU club program with 16 teams ranging from 2nd to 12th grades.
About Ladera Sports Center
Founded in 2016, Ladera Sports Center is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to providing world-class indoor programs and events. The center contains eight basketball/volleyball courts, premium wood flooring, climate control, 28 LCD monitors including a video wall, live streaming cameras on each court, a noise attenuation system and the All-Star Café. The facility also achieved LEED Certification by providing electric car charging stations, solar technology and high efficiency lighting. Learn more at www.laderasportscenter.com.
The Southern California Volleyball Association (SCVA) is a non-profit organization affiliated with USA Volleyball – the national governing body for amateur volleyball. The primary objective of the SCVA is to furnish an opportunity for volleyball players to participate in an organized schedule of tournament play. SCVA offers four different programs in which a team or an individual may participate: Men, Women, Coed and Junior. Each of these programs has its own Program Coordinator who formulates schedules, procures tournament sites, arranges for officials and communicates information to the team representatives.