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No Limits Volleyball Club
"A USAV club with a progressive new way of thinking."

No Limits Volleyball Club is an affordable and family friendly alternative to the more intense USAV clubs. No Limits is more than the traditional "club" experience typical of Colorado; we are an official objection to the way things "have always been done." Our club players get a very unique experience designed to cultivate strong volleyball skills, personal growth, fulfillment, happiness, and a life-long love of the game. Our goal is to teach essential life skills using the context of volleyball...we strive to set players on a path to a well-adjusted adulthood, a healthy attitude toward sports, and an unwavering commitment to sportsmanship. Our club coaches must pass a list of high-level criteria, earn specific certifications, and obtain final board approval. School volleyball coaches tell us they notice significant growth in player skills and confidence after participation in the No Limits Volleyball Club. 

There will be a complete overhaul of the No Limits club volleyball program for 2018-19. None of the club management from last year will be involved. We have 2 levels of club. One will be "local" and just participate in No Limits tournaments. The other will be "USA" and will participate in No Limits tournaments, RMR Powers, and Crossroads. All prices will include uniforms, and there will be no travel dues. The club "price" listed will include everything that is "required" to have for any given package.

We will field approximately 10 club teams, and we will only be using No Limits coaches who have proven themselves to be club caliber. We do not plan to hire any new (unproven) club coaches. The remaining No Limits teams will be league teams. We are interviewing, hiring, and training some new league coaches--and will use returning coaches with positive ratings. There will be no teams formed BEFORE a coach is assigned. Each club coach will have access to No Limits gym time all summer and can bring their players in to start getting to know each other and gelling as a team.

  • 13 USA - Krystyna Foxworthy: Mon & Thu 6-7:30 at 24HF Centennial
  • 13/14 LOCAL - Aspen Davis  Tue & Thu 6-7:30 at 24HF Arvada 80th & Sheridan
  • 14 USA - Jamie Caldwell: Mon & Thu 6-7:30 at No Limits
  • 14 LOCAL - Chad Giron: Tue & Thu 7:30-9 at 24HF Highlands Ranch
  • 14 USA - Britney Page: Tue & Thu 5-6:30 at No Limits
  • 14/15 LOCAL - Ashley Diggins: Tue & Thu 7:30-9 at No Limits
  • 15 USA+ - Alexia Novick: Mon (at 24HF Parker & Arap) & Wed (No Limits) 5:30-7:30
  • 15/16 LOCAL - Aaron Hickerson Tue & Thu 7:30-9 at 24HF- 64th & Ward
  • 16 USA - Wayne Martinez: Tue (at No Limits) & Thu (at 24HF Parker & Arap) 6-7:30
  • 16 USA - Krystyna Foxworthy: Mon & Thu 7:30-9 24HF at Centennial
  • 16/17 USA - Alexia Novick: Mon (at 24HF Parker & Arap) & Wed at (No Limits) 7:30-9
  • 18 USA - Rachel Howard: Tue & Thu 4:30-6 at No Limits

There will be 2 levels of club: Local and USA. 

$2200 per player $2800 per player
-Practices 2x per week (90 min) -Practices 2x per week (90 min)
Plus... Plus...
-Plays in all Mile High tournaments -Plays in all Mile High tournaments
-Includes uniform package -Plays in 3 RMR Powers
  -Plays in Crossroads

-Includes uniform package

NOTE: By parent and player request, the Saturday double-headers have been replaced with 1 whole tournament each session.


11/2 at 7:30pm Optional club parent meeting

11/4: Practices start this week
11/18 to 11/25: no practices (holiday break)
12/16 to 1/1: no practices (holiday break)
3/17 to 3/24 or 3/24 to 3/31: no practices (holiday break)
5/12: Practices end this week

11/17: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
12/1: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)
12/8: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
12/15: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)
1/5: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
1/12: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)


2/2: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
2/9: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)
2/16: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
2/23: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)
3/2: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
3/9: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)

4/13: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
4/20 Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)
4/27: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
5/4: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)
5/11: Mile High Tourney (ages 15-18u)
5/18: Mile High Tourney (ages 12-14u)

The age determination date for USAV is September 1. Below are the 2018 age requirements for each age division (effective Sept 1, 2018 - August 31, 2019).


"Thanks for all you guys do to make this program a rewarding one. While this is our first season of club we've been in the league for several years and have enjoyed nearly every minute of it. I know it’s a lot of work, and you guys do a great job! J"
—Raina B, Castle Rock

"We have a first-time club player, and we feel as though there is very little is more about teaching the skills and learning to enjoy the sport--and what the sport requires of a player." 

"My daughter played volleyball last winter at your club and loved it!   Thank you sooooo much!  My daughter is very happy with Coach Gia!" 
—Christen O, Lone Tree

"No Limits is a GOOD club!  My daughter is very happy! Please have our coach back!"

"You two ROCK!!  All of your hard work is the only reason we let our daughter play this game at the club level!  I have heard about other organizations who are not nearly as dedicated to the GIRLS, as you continually show.  Thank you for all you do!"
—Gretchen W, Centennial 

"This is a really fine program! We have really enjoyed the number of games, tourneys, and practices the program offers. It is just what we needed for our daughter!" 

"Thank you for all of your hard work in providing an affordable alternative to club volleyball.  My daughter is enjoying her team and her coach.  Our experience has been GREAT!"
—Barbara R, Elizabeth

“My daughter made her middle school volleyball ‘A’ team along with many club girls. Thank you Dee Ann and Tim Arey for being fabulous coaches! South Metro rocks!”  
–Lynne D, Highlands Ranch

"I don’t know that our prior club experience is much different from others that are ruthlessly competitive. I get so upset just thinking about spending 10 hours in a gym with all those people who really don’t care about you.”
—Susan H, Parker

"Our daughter just spent 2 days trying out for her high school volleyball teams. She will be a freshman NEXT year, and she made the JV team for the summer!  We cannot thank you enough!!!  She is so excited!  She did not even make a summer team last year, but thanks to you and her coach... she learned so much, and her skills improved way beyond what we expected! This is a MUST-DO club!!!" 
Melinda P, Littleton

"Our club coach is a wonderful coach. He knows how to motivate the girls and has taught them so much. Their progress has been amazing! Clone him!"

"Our coach does an amazing job with the girls. He helps each one individually, and as a team, to improve their skills."

"We like the positive coaching philosophy. Our coach is very organized, and good at communicating with the parents and players. He also brings a very positive and encouraging tone to the team/players and is very effective at instructing/teaching."

"The coach works with the girls to correct what needs to be improved, and he is very positive and encouraging."

"My daughter loves your team and your coaching! Before she left last night, she was grumbling about volleyball…and, when she got home she was ecstatic! Thanks for being such a great coach!"
—Alexandra W, Centennial

"Our club coach is upbeat and fun, but the girls are learning too. The learning enviroment is fun, but not so strict."

"Coach Scott has a passion for the sport. He is well organized, very open in his communication, and easily accessible for parents and players. He encourages all his players, but really seems to challenge those that demonstrate an ability and willingness to learn."

"Our coach is very organized in terms of practices.  He runs good drills all the time, and this session has been fantastic!  I loved it, and so did my daughter!"

"I like most that our coach reevaluates and modifies how he wants to team to position and play. He doesn't stick with something that isn't working. He'll try something else to see if the players are able to execute better. He also likes to explain his strategies to the parents."