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    Rage Volleyball 2017 Tryouts

    Rage is Nationally Ranked as one of the 50 Strongest Clubs in America. 
    2015 National Champion 15 Open | 2014 National Champion 16 America

    Clinics held every Sunday through the end of October.

    Sunday, November 6th, 2016

    13s & 14s
    Registration @ 8:30am
    Age/Born on or After
    13's - Sept. 1, 2003
    14's - Sept. 1, 2002
    12 & Unders
    Registration @ 3:30pm
    Age/Born on or After
    12's - Sept. 1, 2004
    15's & 16's
    Registration @ 12:00am
    Age/Born on or After
    15's - Sept. 1, 2001
    16's - Sept. 1, 2000
    17's & 18's
    Registration @ 3:30pm
    Age/Born on or After
    17's - Sept. 1, 1999
    18's - Sept. 1, 1998

    *Nov. 5th is daylight Savings time. You will Fall back. 

    Register Online with NCVA: Please purchase your 2017 NCVA membership or tryout $20 NCVA Tryout Pass at before attending tryouts. (note: full membership required for club participation).
    Sign up for Rage Tryouts online at or bring this Registration form to Ripon High School at tryout time.
    Arrive at Tryouts day/time for age group:  Please wear volleyball appropriate clothes and be ready to play! Bring a copy of your NCVA membership card and registration form to Ripon High School.

    Parent/Player Meeting at Ripon High School | 301 N. Acacia Ave. Ripon, CA. 95366 on October 30, 2:15 - 3:00

    Rage Clinics Every Sunday


    Rage clinics are attended by players from schools and clubs all over Northern California. They are fun and fast paced. Clinics are held Sunday Afternoon at the Ripon High School Gym 301 N. Acacia Ave Ripon CA 95366.
    Clinics are drop in, you don't need to pre-register but you must bring your 2016 NCVA Membership Number.
    Session #1: 12:30-2:30 For ages going into school Grades 5-8, Cost $15
    Session #2: 3:00-6:00 For Ages going into Grades 9-12, Cost $20

    Click Here for More Info and Registration Form


    Congratulations - Rage Recent College Commitments

    Congratulations Samantha McCreath On Your Commitment to Central Connecticut University

    Congratulations Samantha McCreath On Your Commitment to Central Connecticut University

    Congratulations to Audrey Lamoreux on her commitment to Cal State East Bay

    Congratulations Sydney Marks On Your Commitment to California Baptist University

    Congratulations to Kassie McGill on her commitment to University of California Riverside

    Congratulations Chelsey Eddy On Your Commitment to Stanislaus State University.

    Congratulations to Julia Handy on her commitment to University of Arizona

    Named 2016 Tawa All-American Setter


    All-American setter Julia Handy has committed to the University of Arizona.

    The Turlock High junior announced her decision on Twitter with the words “Bear Down,” a nod to the university’s motto.

    Handy had no shortage of college suitors. In July, following the USA Volleyball Junior Nationals, she narrowed her list down to five: Pacific, Santa Clara, Cal Poly, USC and Arizona.

    Eventually, the race came down to the Pacific-12 Conference schools. Growing up, Handy said she followed Pac-12 sports, especially the wildly popular Oregon football team, and dreamed of attending a school in the Power Five conferences.

    The Wildcats edged the Trojans with their style of play. Handy said Arizona runs a 5-1 system, which would allow her to play in the front and back rows. It’s the same system she plays with her club team, Rage of Ripon.

    “After I got the opportunity to play in the Pac-12, after the Arizona offer, I was excited because everything I worked for – and the team (Rage) worked for – had paid off,” Handy said. “Being in big situations, all the hard work and the coaching, it finally paid off. I’ve been fortunate to be on a good team that has put me in situations to be seen by college coaches.”

    The attention was warranted.

    Handy has developed into one of the top setters in the Class of 2018 and was named a first-team All-American by following the Junior Nationals in Indianapolis.

    “She’s worked hard for the opportunity to earn a free education, especially a school in the Pac-12. I’m super proud of her,” said Gabe Leal, her club coach with Rage (Ripon). “She has a lot to thank her parents for, because her parents are the ones who made sure she lived out her dream.”

    Handy led Turlock to a share of the Central California Conference title last fall. She averaged 9.3 assists per set and was seventh in the state in total assists (1,082).

    The goal this year is “more” – an outright conference title and a deep playoff run. She also hopes to continue to develop as a leader, while cleaning up her technique and deception.

    “Our goal as a team is to win the CCC outright this year,” Handy said. “Pitman is definitely going to be a challenge because they didn’t lose any players.

    “As a team, we have some good freshmen and we didn’t lose that many players, either. We need to take care of league first and then focus on the playoffs. Playing teams like Pitman should prepare us.”

    Arizona has qualified for the NCAA Tournament six of the last seven years, including four straight appearances.

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    James Burns: 209-578-2150@jburns1980

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