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  1. DME NewsLetter: August 21st, 2020

Volleyball Programs

At DME you are sure to find the right training to advance your volleyball skills. Our training is tailored to the athlete’s skill level. Beginner to advanced players will benefit from our focused training system.


At DME Sports, private lessons are designed for beginner to advanced players who need additional individualized instruction. You may set-up private training which is one on one training or semi-private training which is two on one training with a coach and an athlete (s). You may speak with a coach directly or call Coach Moses for a recommendation for a coach that fits your needs. Cost of lessons vary by coach from $40-60 an hour.


Our group lessons offer athletes the opportunity to work on specific skills in a group environment. Groups provide our top coaches with the ability to incorporate drills that reflect game-like situations. Group lessons can have three to ten participants for two hours of training. Cost of training can vary by coach from $30-$50 an hour.


Clinics are designed for athletes to both learn and solidify the basic skills needed to advance as a volleyball player. During our clinics, we separate fundamental skills like passing, setting, hitting, and serving to teach athletes proper technique. Clinics can have 10-12 participants per court and athlete will be split up by skill level.



The Mini-Club Season is geared towards young athletes who are looking to develop their fundamental volleyball skills, while being able to compete in 3-4 local tournaments.  Mini-club teams play competitive local volleyball clubs so that they can experience tournament like competition.  The goal is to put players on the path to play at more competitive levels when Spring season arrives, as well as develop their skills to assist them in making their school teams. Teams are formed by age groups and skill level. The players practices will be twice a week Monday-Friday.


The National Prep program began in Fall of 2016 and will be offered to the top 24-30 athletes that show up to Fall Ball placements.  The goal of this program is to get athletes ready to compete at the national Level for Spring Ball.  The athletes will practice 6 hours a week and the time will include strength and conditioning, individual skills training in all skills, competitive drills and 1-2 tournaments. This is an invitation program and athletes will be selected at the Fall Ball placements. Practices will be twice a week Monday-Friday.

In order to qualify for our Fall Volleyball Program, all athletes must have a current AAU Membership and a Medical Release Form.


Spring Club volleyball is a program that offers opportunities for girls age 8-18 to compete against other programs in their own age divisions. We offer both regional teams that compete at tournament in-state only, as well as national teams that compete in both in-state tournaments as well as out-of-state tournaments.

The teams are coached and mentored by some of the top juniors coaches in the Daytona Beach area that strive to provide advanced technical training.  Our athletes age 14 and over will be encouraged to pursue higher education by providing them exposure to college programs and assistance in he recruiting process.

The Spring Team age divisions are determined by the USAV.  Your age on Sept. 1, 2018 is your current age division


We strive to place our teams in tournaments in which they can compete at their highest level.  There are many different divisions in which a team can play. The divisions will be determined with input from the coach and the club director.  We expect our Adidas Elite teams to play in 2 qualifiers out of state and 2 qualifiers in state for the 2018 season.

We expect our Adidas American teams to compete in one or two day tournaments as well as the Disney Qualifer in 2018.

DME Volleyball Program

Florida Region Harassment Policy
We are a member club of the Florida Region of USA Volleyball. As a player you may stop any unwanted contact from a club representative by simply asking (either verbally or in writing) that all contact cease. Any player believing a club representative of any Florida Region volleyball club has been intimidating, harassing, or acted inappropriately in any manner of contact or recruiting should contact the Florida Region office at (352) 742-0080

Interested in learning more about our Volleyball program?
Contact Director of Volleyball, Dawn Moses.
(440) 376.4514
2441 Bellevue Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114