Molten Volleyball Camps are designed to teach players the fundamentals of power volleyball. They are a great way for your team to bond and compete before the fall season begins, and for individuals to work on skills needed in that first tryout period of your high school season.
Molten Volleyball Camps will consist of individual skill instruction, training and practice drills as well as competition. The camp's goal is to meet the needs of each individual camper. Campers will be grouped based on skill level and/or age. The staff will not only focus on the fundamental skills of volleyball, they will also meet with your coach and present innovative ways to better the program as a whole.
The staff is made up of Ruth Leitzke, Club Director, Laine Leitzke, Assistant Director, Linda Redman, Program Director, and other coaches from the area as well as program alumnae.
Our focus is to improve the level of volleyball in Fennimore, Prairie Du Chien and the surrounding area. We will do this with well-organized coaches stressing the importance of fundamental skills while teaching athletes to push themselves to their highest level.
Our programs are designed for athletes who are busy in their school activities, studies and multiple sports. We KNOW athletes can do whatever they put their mind to and we want to help them accomplish their goals.
Top Tier is starting it's sixth season in the Southwestern corner of Wisconsin and is on the move!! For the 2015-2016 season our team practices will be at Fennimore High School on Sundays. We will offer OPTIONAL practices at Hoffman Hall in Prairie Du Chien during the week. Top Tier was started in 2010 to create opportunities in club volleyball in the southwestern part of the state. Our players have always gone on and experienced great success at their high schools! The focus of Top Tier is to improve the level of volleyball in Fennimore, Prairie Du Chien and the surrounding area. We will do this with well-organized coaches stressing the importance of fundamental skills while teaching athletes to push themselves to their highest level.More About What We Do
Our Travel teams are a tryout based team that is designed for the athlete who wants to pursue their personal best as a volleyball player. We work hard to schedule around high school sports and extracurricular activities and in return expect player's dedication when not participating in school activities. They have a two time per week commitment, either two practices or a practice and a competition. The travel teams will attend 5 tournaments. Their season begins with practices in December and ends with a competition in April.
Our Taste of Tier (TOT) is designed for ALL athletes presently in grades 5th - 8th, who want to continue to play volleyball after their school season but do not want the time commitment, travel and cost commitment of a club team. TOT starts in January, practices 6 times a month and finishes in April with a festival tournament in Wisconsin Dells, WI.
Our Look What I Learned (LWIL) is a program designed for all children in grades 2nd - 5th. It is a 10 week commitment that begins in February and end with a night for the kid to show their parents, "Look What I Learned".
Ruth Leitzke has been coaching volleyball for about 30 years. She has coached many levels and many types of volleyball. She is credited with the growth of Wisconsin PoWer VBC over the past 16 years. Letizke is all about sharing her love of the game of volleyball with as many athletes as possible! Her competetive nature and love of the game helped her lead Hustisford Volleyball to 4 state tournament appearances and one title. She has helped a long long list of athletes get recruited to a college to play volleyball and is thrilled that many of them have returned in recent years to give back and coach within our club! [Learn more...]