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We are proud to introduce Kōkua Beach Volleyball Club, right here in beautiful Spokane, WA. We bring the beach to you, with our coaches' experiences from California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, and even internationally. We will push our players to learn and grow both mentally and physically, while developing strategies for their game. Beach Volleyball has an awesome culture, and we can't wait to share it with our new ohana.
We have all levels of play for both girls and boys, and will provide opportunities that will produce generations of competitive beach volleyball players from the Spokane area. Kōkua will develop and push those players that want to reach higher levels of competition, while providing fun and engaging opportunities for those just joining the game.
Kōkua is planning to host tournaments through associations with USAV, AVP, JVA, AAU, BVCA, and p1440. Using these different platforms allows athletes to gain points in these organizations which can lead to exposure to higher level competitions and collegiate coaches.
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Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or comments.
Do you want to become a more complete volleyball player? Would you like to be a better passer? Develop better ball control? Improve your defense? Become a more effective and dynamic attacker? Do you want to return to the gym moving faster, jumping higher and playing with greater agility than you ever did before? If any of these results sound good to you then you should play and train for beach volleyball. Beach volleyball helps multiple aspects of your indoor game.
Maybe you simply love the game of beach volleyball better than indoor. Great news! Kōkua will be bringing multiple opportunities your way to play and improve. Beach doubles is also one of the fastest growing collegiate programs in the country. Follow this link for a list of collegiate sand programs, published by the American Volleyball Coaches Association .