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ABOUT

Volley is Hawaii's premier volleyball training center. 

 

We offer quality all-skills and position specific training at all levels (beginner to advanced) of indoor volleyball. 

 

Our training coaches include former top D1 volleyball coaches Dave Shoji and Matt Sonnichsen, as well as top club coaches Lisa Strand, Alan Lau, Lynden Keala, Luis Ramirez, Daryl Tamashiro, Duke Robins, Nick Castello, Keali'i Parker and Jordan Nakamura.  Click here to read their bios. 

We feature (1) a fully equipped volleyball training facility; (2) a cutting edge fitness gym utilizing high end machines that are trained on by elite athletes; and (3) a juice/smoothie bar in an air-conditioned center.

In addition, with our association with the Hawaii Volleyball Combine and Hawaii Volleyball Showcase, we have hundreds of college coach contacts that attend our live events, contact us regularly seeking Hawaii players, and watch our live-streams to recruit our players.

Volley is also where College Coaches offer clinics and where Hawaii's collegiate, professional and Olympic volleyball players train when they are home.

Finally, we also offer comprehensive recruiting seminars.

Volley is committed to keeping you & your family safe and comfortable:

* Central Air Conditioning

* Ample Free Parking in a Private Lot

* Bar/Lounge Area for Parties/Fundraisers

* Clean Modern Restrooms

* Contactless Thermal Temperature Scanner

* Contactless Purell Hand Sanitizing Stations

* Contactless FloWater with Electrolytes

* Covid-19 Single Play Ball Rule enforced

* Covid-19 Contact Tracing Sign-in required 

* Face Masks required at all times

* Free Face Masks available/Hand sanitizer on all tables

We sanitize our facility with an electrostatic fogger spraying Disinfectant that is EPA registered to kill SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the Covid-19 coronavirus.

 
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EXPERT COACHING

Our College and High School Coaches have the experience and expertise to provide you with the proper training to take your game to your next level.  

EXPERT RECRUITING 

Our coaches and staff have recruited and have assisted hundreds of players in getting recruited to play at all levels of collegiate volleyball.

LIVESTREAMS TO COACHES

We livestream workouts and scrimmages to College Coaches every week and players have been recruited after appearing in a single livestream!  

SERVICES

We offer many services, from renting out court time, volleyball training, volleyball clinics and camps, strength & cardio training, jump training, college recruiting assistance, and volleyball recruiting clinics.  We also rent out our facility for team meetings, parties, concerts and fundraisers.   

Why train at volley? When you train here, you train with Hawaii's top coaches who have played and coached at all levels from high school, club, college and professionally. Our coaches' success and experience speak for themselves and with our frequent inquiries from college coaches you will be top of mind when recommending players to coaches. 

By training or simply entering volley you agree to the terms and conditions in our Waiver.  Click here to see our Waiver. 

 

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TRAINING

We offer quality volleyball training for players of all levels from beginners to advanced. Our trainings are conducted by top volleyball coaches. Click here to learn about our coaches.  Click here to book training.

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CONTACT

Click here to call or text us at 808.377.4085

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Location

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Hawaii's Premier Volleyball Training Center

985 Dillingham Boulevard, Unit 200

Honolulu, Hawaii 96817

Tel: 808-377- 4085

Fax: 808-564-0850

play@volleyhawaii.com

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*Across Honolulu Community College

*Ample Free Parking!

 
 

RECRUIT HAWAII'S PLAYERS

College Coaches! 

 

Why should you recruit Hawaii's players?  While only 1.1% of girls prep volleyball players across the country go on to play at the D1 level, Hawaii boasts one of the highest rates of players playing at the D1 level and many more of our players go on to play at the DII, DIII, NAIA & JUCO levels!

Whatever your recruiting needs may be, we can showcase any players of interest to you and whom we believe may be a great match for your program. Simply contact us and we will livestream any players of interest to you in a workout or scrimmage.  Coaches have recruited many of our players right off of our livestreams!

How to maximize your recruiting of Hawaii's top players:

1.  Attend the annual Hawaii Volleyball Combine.

2. Watch our weekly livestreams of our Training Teams and other players.

3. Follow us on Instagram at @volleyhawaii as we will be highlighting players.

4. Contact us directly at (808-377-4085) or (DM @VolleyHawaii) and let us know your needs.

We have helped hundreds of players get recruited over the years.

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TRAINING TEAMS

Currently we have five (5) training teams; 2 girls teams (Blue and Red), 2 boys teams (Blue and Red) and 1 Girls "Rising Stars" Training Team.  Players on these teams are either players whom college coaches are asking to see or who club coaches have recommended to be on these teams for recruitment.

We livestream the weekly training workouts of these training teams to college coaches. 

The Blue Girls Training Team is coached by former top D1 Coaches Dave Shoji and Matt Sonnichsen.  The Red Girls Training Team is coached by top club coach Luis Ramirez.  The Boys Training Team is also coached by Luis Ramirez.  The Rising Stars Team is coached by Lynden Keala and Daryl Tamashiro.

We have two goals with the training teams.  The first goal is to get the players recruited through our livestreamed workouts to college coaches. Our second goal is to prepare the players for college volleyball. We typically have over 100 college coaches watching our livestreams and many players have received offers and interest from our livestreams. In fact, players have been offered and signed to play college volleyball after appearing in just a single livestream.

All teams train here at Volley Hawaii.

 
 

Dave Shoji

Coach Shoji was the Head Coach for the University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine for 42 straight seasons. He is just the second women's volleyball coach to win 1,200 NCAA Division I games.  He finished his stellar career with a record of 1,202-204-1 record. In 2016, he led the Rainbow Wahine to a 15-1 Big West record to capture the program's fourth BWC title in five years (since returning to the league). It marked their ninth total Big West crown and 25th overall conference title (16-Western Athletic Conference). He guided UH to their 24th-straight and 35th overall NCAA Tournament appearance this season, falling in the second round to No. 1 Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minn. Coach Shoji never had a losing season in his 42 year-stint at Hawai'i. He led the Rainbow Wahine to four national championships (1-AIAW, 3-NCAA) and nine NCAA Final Four appearances. His teams amassed 20-plus win seasons 38 times and 30-plus win seasons 19 times. He coached 86 All-American selections (14 AIAW, 15 USVBA, 57 AVCA); 25 conference Players of the Year; and 175 all-conference selections. Academically, he has also coached 107 conference all-academic players.   The honors have piled up for Coach Shoji over the years. In addition to being a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Hall of Fame, he is a 14-time conference and 11-time all-region Coach of the Year. He is a five-time AVCA National Coach of the Year (1982, '87, '88, '95, '09). Shoji was named one of the all-time great coaches by USA Volleyball in 2002. He was inducted into the Hawai'i Sports Hall of Fame and was named coach of the NCAA 25th Anniversary team. Since the AVCA started their national poll, Hawai'i has been ranked 499 total weeks which ranks them at No. 3 in the poll's history. Only Nebraska and Stanford are ranked higher tied at No. 1 with 510 times ranked. Coach Shoji's sons starred at Stanford University, are USA Olympians and play professional volleyball abroad.

 

Matt Sonnichsen

Coach Sonnichsen is the county’s leading volleyball recruiting authority, a former Division I Volleyball Coach for 15 years, and former Women’s Professional Volleyball Coach.  Coach Sonnichsen was the Head Coach at Iowa, Tulsa, Louisiana Tech, and Newberry College.  He also served as an assistant coach at Clemson, Iowa and UC Santa Barbara and was also the Head Volleyball Coach of the Guaynabo Mets of the Puerto Rican Women's Professional League. Coach Sonnichsen can also “walk the talk” as the Texas native was a four-year letter winning setter for UCLA where he earned three All-America honors and helped lead the Bruins to NCAA championships in 1987 and 1989. He was also named the MVP of the 1989 National Championship.  Coach Sonnichsen also competed professionally before beginning his coaching career.  Some of his accolades: 2-time NCAA Champion at UCLA. MVP of the National Championship, 1989. 3 time All American Setter. USA National Team Setter. 2 years playing Professional Volleyball in Europe. 5-year touring member of the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour. Coach Sonnichsen also created the collegevolleyballcoach.com site a number of years ago for two reasons; 1) To provide information and to answer questions about the often-confusing world of college volleyball and recruiting, 2) To have a venue to express my opinions about the sport of volleyball and collegiate athletics. In addition, each summer, he does a large number of volleyball camps at high schools across the USA which he calls his Volleyball Road Camps.  Most recently, Coach Sonnichsen was Director of Volleyball Relations and an Educational Speaker for NCSA Athletic Recruiting, whereby he put on Recruiting Clinics at the Hawaii Volleyball Combine for many years.

 

Lisa Strand

Coach Strand was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California. She graduated from the University of Hawaii with a Certificate in Dental Hygiene, and with a Bachelor's in Communications. While at the University of Hawaii, she won back-to-back National Championships. In 1984, she was named as an All-American. Coach Strand competed on the Women's Professional Beach Volleyball Tour since its inception in 1987. She played 7 years of professional beach volleyball on the WPVA, AVP and the BudLight Women's 4-person tour. She has coached volleyball at all levels including PAL, elementary school, junior high, high school, club and college volleyball. She has been a Sports Broadcaster for the University of Hawaii Women's and Men's Spectrum Sports for the past 23 years. Coach Strand is the mother of four, who play and have played college volleyball: Misty Ma'a - University of Miami Micah Ma'a - UCLA - currently playing professionally in France Mehana Ma'a - CSUSB - Sophomore. Won the NCAA National Championship last year! Maluhia Ma'a - Kent State Ohio - Freshman.

 

Luis Ramirez

Coach Ramirez is the Club Director and Lead Coach at Rainbows Volleyball Club Hawaii. He has coached junior varsity and varsity athletes in volleyball as well as international level players. His volleyball club, Rainbows Volleyball Club Hawaii, has had many successful showings nationally competing with many competitive mainland teams. His knowledge, experiences and winning national tournaments evidences this success as a coach. He strives to teach his athletes the importance of sports and how it relates to life both on and off the court. He thoroughly believes in life-long learning for both my players and himself. Coaching Experience Maryknoll School(1998 – 2001) Boys Varsity Volleyball Coach Maryknoll School (2017- Present) Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Rainbows Volleyball Club (RVCH)(1998 – Present) Head Volleyball Coach & Director •Train volleyball athletes during club season •Provide technical feedback on position specific training •General training and position specific training to all club teams •Assist in obtaining collegiate scholarships for student athletes •Liaison between college coaches and athletes and parents •Supervise head coaches and assistants of the different club teams under ARVC •Counsel and guide players and parents through volleyball cultures and college recruiting process Iolani School (2001 – 2007) Boys Varsity Volleyball Coach (2001 - 2005) Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach (2006 - 2007) Optimal Volleyball Training (2006 – Present) Head Volleyball Coach & Director •Train volleyball athletes during the club off-season •Provide technical feedback on position specific training •General and position specific education on volleyball skills and game strategies •Train youths from ages 7 to 18 years old Achievements High School Volleyball Achievements 2013 ILH League, 3rd Place 2013 Ann Kang Tournament 3rd place finisher 2012 ILH League; & many others.

 

Lynden Keala

Coach Keala has been involved in club volleyball for 20 years as a coach and parent. His eldest daughter Logan played volleyball for Oahu Volleyball Club, Kamehameha Schools, and for Cornell.  His youngest daughter Loxley played volleyball for Oahu Volleyball Club, Iolani School, and for the University of Missouri before transferring to play for the University of Iowa. He has coached at various clubs over the years.  He also coached the Aloha Region High Performance Teams in 2015 and 2016 and was a USAV High Performance National Evaluator from 2010 to 2016. He also coached the Kamehameha Schools JV team in 2004 and Mid-Pacific Varsity in 2015. He played volleyball at the University of La Verne and for the Jaguar Men's Volleyball Team and Lokahi Hawaiians Volleyball Team. He is IMPACT/CAP certified, Safe Sport certified and is a USAV member. Coach Keala has been involved with the Hawaii Volleyball Combine since 2010.

 

 

Alan Lau

Coach Lau has been involved with club volleyball for 15 years as a coach and parent.  His daughter Julia played volleyball for Kuikahi Volleyball Club, Punahou School, and also for Dartmouth College.  His son Davis currently plays volleyball for Outrigger Canoe Club and for Punahou School.  Alan coached at Kuikahi Volleyball Club from 2010 to 2017. He currently coaches the Outrigger Boys 18s and coached his team to winning the National Championship in 2017.  He played volleyball at Punahou School, UC Santa Barbara and on the Outrigger Canoe Club Juniors, Open and Masters teams. He was also a 1995 USA Volleyball All-American.  Coach Lau has been involved with the Hawaii Volleyball Combine since 2010.

 

 

Daryl Tamashiro

Coach Tamashiro has coached local, national and international teams for over 20 years.  His mission is to give back to our community by developing our youth through sport. He is currently an assistant coach for the Kamehameha Warriors girls varsity team.  He has also been Head Coach and Assistant Coach at Moanalua High School and Kalani High School.  He is an Aloha Region HP Boys and Girls Head and Assistant Coach as well as Tryout Lead Coach and Evaluator.  He is and has been the Hawaii Volleyball Combine Lead Coach for just about every year since the combine’s inception in 2010. His National Coaching Experience: USA Women’s National Team Training Coach, USA Women’s National Team Open Tryout Court Coach, USA Women’s Youth National Team Training Coach, USAV HPC Junior, Youth and Select Head and Assistant Coach, USAV HP Tryout Lead Coach and Evaluator, USAV HP Camp Lead and Assistant Coach.  His International Coaching Experience:  NSSU (Nippon Sports Science University) Nittaidai Women’s Team Apprentice Coach.

 

 

Kealii Parker

Coach Parker is the founder and director of Kaimana Volleyball Club. He has coached high school and club volleyball for over 10 years. He founded Kaimana Volleyball Club to create a high-level volleyball club embracing a unified and positive family environment.

 

 

Jordan Nakamura

Coach Nakamura specializes in Libero Training, running Pass First Volleyball.  He is a passionate about the pass.  He emphasizes proper technique, positioning, and footwork together with repetitive but consistent reps.  He is an Assistant Coach for Kaimana Volleyball Club.

 

COACHES

Dave Shoji

Coach Shoji was the Head Coach for the University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine for 42 straight seasons. He is just the second women's volleyball coach to win 1,200 NCAA Division I games.  He finished his stellar career with a record of 1,202-204-1 record. In 2016, he led the Rainbow Wahine to a 15-1 Big West record to capture the program's fourth BWC title in five years (since returning to the league). It marked their ninth total Big West crown and 25th overall conference title (16-Western Athletic Conference). He guided UH to their 24th-straight and 35th overall NCAA Tournament appearance this season, falling in the second round to No. 1 Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minn. Coach Shoji never had a losing season in his 42 year-stint at Hawai'i. He led the Rainbow Wahine to four national championships (1-AIAW, 3-NCAA) and nine NCAA Final Four appearances. His teams amassed 20-plus win seasons 38 times and 30-plus win seasons 19 times. He coached 86 All-American selections (14 AIAW, 15 USVBA, 57 AVCA); 25 conference Players of the Year; and 175 all-conference selections. Academically, he has also coached 107 conference all-academic players.   The honors have piled up for Coach Shoji over the years. In addition to being a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Hall of Fame, he is a 14-time conference and 11-time all-region Coach of the Year. He is a five-time AVCA National Coach of the Year (1982, '87, '88, '95, '09). Shoji was named one of the all-time great coaches by USA Volleyball in 2002. He was inducted into the Hawai'i Sports Hall of Fame and was named coach of the NCAA 25th Anniversary team. Since the AVCA started their national poll, Hawai'i has been ranked 499 total weeks which ranks them at No. 3 in the poll's history. Only Nebraska and Stanford are ranked higher tied at No. 1 with 510 times ranked. Coach Shoji's sons, Kawika and Erik, both starred at Stanford University, are two-time USA Olympians and play professional volleyball abroad.

 

Matt Sonnichsen

Coach Sonnichsen is the county’s leading volleyball recruiting authority, a former Division I Volleyball Coach for 15 years, and former Women’s Professional Volleyball Coach.  Coach Sonnichsen was the Head Coach at Iowa, Tulsa, Louisiana Tech, and Newberry College.  He also served as an assistant coach at Clemson, Iowa and UC Santa Barbara and was also the Head Volleyball Coach of the Guaynabo Mets of the Puerto Rican Women's Professional League. Coach Sonnichsen can also “walk the talk” as the Texas native was a four-year letter winning setter for UCLA where he earned three All-America honors and helped lead the Bruins to NCAA championships in 1987 and 1989. He was also named the MVP of the 1989 National Championship.  Coach Sonnichsen also competed professionally before beginning his coaching career.  Some of his accolades: 2-time NCAA Champion at UCLA. MVP of the National Championship, 1989. 3 time All American Setter. USA National Team Setter. 2 years playing Professional Volleyball in Europe. 5-year touring member of the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour. Coach Sonnichsen also created the collegevolleyballcoach.com site a number of years ago for two reasons; 1) To provide information and to answer questions about the often-confusing world of college volleyball and recruiting, 2) To have a venue to express my opinions about the sport of volleyball and collegiate athletics. In addition, each summer, he does a large number of volleyball camps at high schools across the USA which he calls his Volleyball Road Camps.  Most recently, Coach Sonnichsen was Director of Volleyball Relations and an Educational Speaker for NCSA Athletic Recruiting, whereby he put on Recruiting Clinics at the Hawaii Volleyball Combine for many years.

 

Lisa Strand

Coach Strand was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California. She graduated from the University of Hawaii with a Certificate in Dental Hygiene, and with a Bachelor's in Communications. While at the University of Hawaii, she won back-to-back National Championships. In 1984, she was named as an All-American. Coach Strand competed on the Women's Professional Beach Volleyball Tour since its inception in 1987. She played 7 years of professional beach volleyball on the WPVA, AVP and the BudLight Women's 4-person tour. She has coached volleyball at all levels including PAL, elementary school, junior high, high school, club and college volleyball. She has been a Sports Broadcaster for the University of Hawaii Women's and Men's Spectrum Sports for the past 23 years. Coach Strand is the mother of four, who play and have played college volleyball: Misty Ma'a - University of Miami Micah Ma'a - UCLA - currently playing professionally in France Mehana Ma'a - CSUSB - Sophomore. Won the NCAA National Championship last year! Maluhia Ma'a - Kent State Ohio - Freshman.

 

Luis Ramirez

Coach Ramirez is the Club Director and Lead Coach at Rainbows Volleyball Club Hawaii. He has coached junior varsity and varsity athletes in volleyball as well as international level players. His volleyball club, Rainbows Volleyball Club Hawaii, has had many successful showings nationally competing with many competitive mainland teams. His knowledge, experiences and winning national tournaments evidences this success as a coach. He strives to teach his athletes the importance of sports and how it relates to life both on and off the court. He thoroughly believes in life-long learning for both my players and himself. Coaching Experience Maryknoll School(1998 – 2001) Boys Varsity Volleyball Coach Maryknoll School (2017- Present) Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Rainbows Volleyball Club (RVCH)(1998 – Present) Head Volleyball Coach & Director •Train volleyball athletes during club season •Provide technical feedback on position specific training •General training and position specific training to all club teams •Assist in obtaining collegiate scholarships for student athletes •Liaison between college coaches and athletes and parents •Supervise head coaches and assistants of the different club teams under ARVC •Counsel and guide players and parents through volleyball cultures and college recruiting process Iolani School (2001 – 2007) Boys Varsity Volleyball Coach (2001 - 2005) Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach (2006 - 2007) Optimal Volleyball Training (2006 – Present) Head Volleyball Coach & Director •Train volleyball athletes during the club off-season •Provide technical feedback on position specific training •General and position specific education on volleyball skills and game strategies •Train youths from ages 7 to 18 years old Achievements High School Volleyball Achievements 2013 ILH League, 3rd Place 2013 Ann Kang Tournament 3rd place finisher 2012 ILH League; & many others.

 

Lynden Keala

Coach Keala has been involved in club volleyball for 20 years as a coach and parent. His eldest daughter Logan played volleyball for Oahu Volleyball Club, Kamehameha Schools, and for Cornell.  His youngest daughter Loxley played volleyball for Oahu Volleyball Club, Iolani School, and for the University of Missouri before transferring to play for the University of Iowa. He has coached at various clubs over the years.  He also coached the Aloha Region High Performance Teams in 2015 and 2016 and was a USAV High Performance National Evaluator from 2010 to 2016. He also coached the Kamehameha Schools JV team in 2004 and Mid-Pacific Varsity in 2015. He played volleyball at the University of La Verne and for the Jaguar Men's Volleyball Team and Lokahi Hawaiians Volleyball Team. He is IMPACT/CAP certified, Safe Sport certified and is a USAV member. Coach Keala has been substantially involved with the Hawaii Volleyball Combine since 2010 serving as Co-Director.

 

 

Alan Lau

Coach Lau has been involved with club volleyball for over 15 years as a coach and parent. Both of his children won Hawaii State High School volleyball championships for Punahou School and went on to play Division I volleyball.  His daughter Julia played volleyball for Kuikahi Volleyball Club, Punahou School and also Dartmouth College.  His son Davis played volleyball for the Outrigger Canoe Club, Punahou School and currently plays for nationally ranked UC Irvine.  Alan coached at Kuikahi Volleyball Club from 2010 to 2017.  Alan also coached the Outrigger Canoe Club from 2017 through 2019 and coached his the Outrigger Boys 17s to the National Championship in 2017.  Coach Lau played volleyball at Punahou School, also winning 2 Hawaii State Championships and later played for nationally ranked UC Santa Barbara.  Coach Lau played junior, Open and Masters volleyball for the Outrigger Canoe Club during his career and received USA Volleyball All-American honors in 1995.

 

Over the years, Alan has worked with most of Hawaii’s top junior setters including, Tayler Higgins (Punahou/University of Hawaii), Ana Oglivie (Iolani/Army), Jhenna Gabriel (Maryknoll/University of Texas), Saige Kaahaina-Torres (Iolani/University of Utah), Kristin McDaniel (Iolani/North Carolina State) and Matthew Saffery (Kamehameha  Schools).  Coach Lau has been substantially involved with the Hawaii Volleyball Combine since 2010 serving as Co-Director.  A leading expert and advisor on college recruiting, Coach Lau has assisted Hawaii high school volleyball players in obtaining millions of dollars in athletic scholarships to universities and colleges of all levels from the highest academic and athletic programs to great junior colleges.

 

Daryl Tamashiro

Coach Tamashiro has coached local, national and international teams for over 20 years.  His mission is to give back to our community by developing our youth through sport. He is currently an assistant coach for the Kamehameha Warriors girls varsity team.  He has also been Head Coach and Assistant Coach at Moanalua High School and Kalani High School.  He is an Aloha Region HP Boys and Girls Head and Assistant Coach as well as Tryout Lead Coach and Evaluator.  He is and has been the Hawaii Volleyball Combine Lead Coach for just about every year since the combine’s inception in 2010. His National Coaching Experience: USA Women’s National Team Training Coach, USA Women’s National Team Open Tryout Court Coach, USA Women’s Youth National Team Training Coach, USAV HPC Junior, Youth and Select Head and Assistant Coach, USAV HP Tryout Lead Coach and Evaluator, USAV HP Camp Lead and Assistant Coach.  His International Coaching Experience:  NSSU (Nippon Sports Science University) Nittaidai Women’s Team Apprentice Coach.

Duke Robins

Coach Robins was a University of Hawaii volleyball standout and has coached elite high school and club teams for many years.  Coach Robins is one of the most highly respected and experienced coaches in Hawaii.  He has assisted with coordinating and running the drills segments at the Hawaii Volleyball Combine since its inception in 2010. His daughter Alexis Robins starred at the University of Hawaii, Kili Robins starred at the University of Nevada, and Maui Robins is a Senior at Kamehameha Schools and was the 2021 Gatorade Volleyball Player of the Year.

 

Nick Castello

Coach Castello coaches at Irvine Valley College. When he is home, he trains players at Volley. Prior to this, he spent two seasons as the Volunteer Assistant at the University of Hawai’i under coach Robyn Ah-Mow.  During that span, the Rainbow Wahine program made back to back appearances (2017-18).  Castello, a Hawai‘i alum, was the starting libero for the Rainbow Warriors volleyball team from 2011-12.  He finished his UH career with 404 total digs (1.99/set). As a senior, he averaged 2.28 digs per set which ranked 14th nationally and fourth in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. After graduating from Hawai‘i in 2012, Castello went on to play professionally for VK Ostrava (2013-14), which competed in the CEV Champions League and then for Voleibal Brno (2014-16), the latter of whom he helped win silver at the Czech Extraliga Cup and silver in the Czech Extraliga. Prior to playing at UH, Castello played two seasons at Irvine Valley and was a member of the 2010 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship squad. He was named the conference’s player of the year in 2010 after averaging 4.03 digs per set and was also selected first-team all-conference in 2009. The Honolulu native is a 2007 graduate from Assets High School. Castello starred at Maryknoll School because Assets did not field a volleyball program. He earned second-team all-state and first-team all-league honors as a senior. He also played basketball and baseball in high school.

Kealii Parker

Coach Parker is the founder and director of Kaimana Volleyball Club. He has coached high school and club volleyball for over 10 years. He founded Kaimana Volleyball Club to create a high-level volleyball club embracing a unified and positive family environment.

 

 

Jordan Nakamura

Coach Nakamura specializes in Libero Training, running Pass First Volleyball.  He is a passionate about the pass.  He emphasizes proper technique, positioning, and footwork together with repetitive but consistent reps.  He is an Assistant Coach for Kaimana Volleyball Club.

CLINICS, CAMPS & SHOWCASES

We offer Hawaii Volleyball Clinics, Camps and Showcases as well as recruiting clinics and showcases.  In addition to our volleyball training and clinics, collegiate and professional coaches and players also run clinics and camps at Volley.

Volleyball Training/Clinics & Camps

For volleyball training, click here to book.  For Volleyball Camps and Clinics, see below.

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY SHOWCASE

When:      Friday, June 18, 2021 

                 Session 1: 3:30 - 4:30 pm  (Class of 2023 only)

                 Session 2:  4:30 - 5:30 pm (Class of 2022 only)

Cost:        $15 per session

                 

*Register by clicking here.

JAMES ANASTASSIADES VOLLEYBALL CLINICS

*Boys Volleyball Clinic for ages 15-18! 

When:      July 5 - July 29, 2021 

                 Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00 am - 11:30 am.

 Cost:        $75 per session

                 

*Register by clicking here.

LEWIS AND CLARK COLLEGE CLINIC

*Volleyball Clinic with Lewis and Clark Assistant Coach Kaiao Nahale-a!  This Clinic is for Juniors (Class of 2023) and Seniors (Class of 2022) to be.

 

When:      July 2, 2021

                 Session I:  9:00 am - 10:15 am

                 Session II:  10:45 am - 12:00 pm

*Register by clicking here.