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Jim Moore, Univ. of Oregon Head Coach and 2012 NCAA Runner-Up, helps you develop a faster offense with the ability to adjust to your opponent and free up your outside hitters. The ability to adjust to servers while maintaining your pattern is the key to running a quick and effective offense.
Coach Moore explains the importance of positioning your receivers in a consistent and deliberate pattern to give your offense more options.
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Develop a faster offense with the ability to adjust to your opponent and free up your outside hitters. 2012 NCAA National Runner-up and 2012 Volleyball Magazine National Coach of the Year, Jim Moore, goes over concepts he thinks every offense should have and then discusses the goals he has for his offense. You will gain a fast-paced unpredictable offense that is difficult to defend. Your players will have more freedom to attack along the net from various places to set-up more scoring opportunities for your team.
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Get time tested drills from the 2012 NCAA Finalists such Russ Rose, Jim Moore, and Jerritt Elliott. Russ Rose, Penn State University Head Coach, had won Four consecutive NCAA Championships in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 and is a 3X AVCA National Coach of the Year. Jim Moore is the University of Oregon Head Coach and a former D-II National Championship coach. Lastly, Jerritt Elliot led the University of Texas Women’s Volleyball team to a 2012 National Championship title, and he was also named the 2012 AVCA Coach of the Year. See all the best instruction in these Volleyball DVDs below:
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The NCAA Division I Volleyball Committee announced today the pairings for the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship. The first and second round matches will be played at 16 campus sites, the regional rounds will be played at four sites (Gainesville, Stanford, Minneapolis, and Omaha), and the regional winners will advance to the semifinals and finals hosted by the University of South Florida and Tampa Bay Sports Commission at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, FL. Good luck to all programs!
Interested in learning from the tournament participants? Check out the instructional volleyball DVDs below to learn from the programs’ coaches:
Penn State (Coached by Russ Rose)
Florida (Coached by Mary Wise)
Ohio State (Coached by Geoff Carlston)
Southern California (Coached by Mick Haley)
Hawaii (Coached by Dave Shoji)
Notre Dame (Coached by Debbie Brown)
Stanford (Coached by John Dunning)
Kentucky (Coached by Lauren Sauer)
Oregon (Coached by Jim Moore)
Minnesota (Coached by Mike Hebert)
Iowa State (Coached by Christy Johnson – Lynch and Joe Lynch)
Wichita State (Coached by Chris Lamb)
St. Louis (Coached by Anne Kordes)
Nebraska (Coached by John Cook)
Texas (Coached by Jerritt Elliott)