Welcome to Club Cactus Volleyball Association
Club Cactus Volleyball Association is a Non-Profit orgranization developed to promote youth volleyball in Southern Arizona. The association is a member of USA Volleyball, registered in the Arizona Region. CCJ offers competitive volleyball teams for boys and girls ages 11-18, developmental programs for boys and girls under age 12, and organizes the Cactus Classic Invitational.
The competitive season for the boys' program is August through January and May-June for travel teams, after a three-month break for the boys' high school season. The competitive season for the girls program is December through June with player evaluations and team placement in November. CCJ's Youth Volleyball Academy offeres sessions through the year. CCJ also offers volleyball camps in the summer and during winter break.
National Travel Teams:
Summer practices begin on Tuesday, May 28 for the CCJ teams competiting at the 2013 Volleyball Festival in Phoenix at the end of June. Click here for the current CCJ calendar.
Boys' Summer Program:
CCJ will be fielding two travel teams this summer. CCJ B18-Mizuno will be competing at the 2013 USA Volleyball Boy's Junior National Championships in Reno, Nevada. CCJ B16-Navy will be competiting at the Southern California Boy's Classic in Anaheim, California. New players (that did not compete during the Fall season may join these teams if positions are available. For more information, click here or contact the CCJ Director.
Region Teams Wrap-Up 2013 Season
Congratulations to the CCJ region teams that finished their season at the Regional Championships.
New Training Facility | Southern Arizona Community Sports Center
CCJ is the first tenant for the Southern Arizona Community Sports Center (River/La Cholla) and has signed a contract to begin training in the new facility on August 1, 2013. The center offers 8 volleyball courts spread out over 5 basketball courts. In addition to becoming CCJ's main venue for practices, the club will also work with the Arizona Region to host tournaments in Tucson.