Flatirons Girls' Volleyball Club
Flatirons Volleyball Club is a
junior girls’ volleyball club entering our 16th season of training athletic
young women from Boulder County and the surrounding area.
Lessons through team sports
Our primary goal is to teach girls how to
become complete athletes on and off the court. We believe in the value of life
lessons through team sports. We believe in working together to achieve a common
goal. We believe in showing respect in victory and defeat. We believe in the
importance of taking responsibility, challenging ourselves and healthy
We’re proud of the 2014 teams! 14 A’nokoa finished their
season in Divison 2. 15 Lanakila finished in Division 4. Please visit the
News page to see all our teams’ proud accomplishments.
Flatirons Volleyball Club is proud to sponsor
the Monarch Gold Crown Volleyball Teams and assist the Fairview/Boulder Gold
Crown teams. We also offer a Little Spikers League, host an annual “Dig Deep”
food drive to benefit Community Food Share and conduct incredibly fun skills
camps in the summer.
Flatirons Volleyball Club is the most successful
girl's volleyball club in the Boulder County area. If you have a passion for
volleyball and would like to be part of a hard working group, we invite you to
try out for Flatirons VBC.
We are a
state registered non profit (501c3) organization governed by USA Volleyball.
Flatirons VBC is proud to have been featured in the Boulder Daily Camera Non-Profit Spotlight. Click
to see the article.
to learn more about Flatirons, the largest
club for girl's volleyball in Boulder.
to Coach Sara Finfrock on her marriage to Gabe
to Coach Kerrilyn and her husband Kyle for
opening a new Crossfit gym called Crossfit Neart
to Kaylie Prince, new Assistant Director at
Flatirons Volleyball Club.
for the 2015 season: Eric Jesse will
serve as Director of Coaches.
Leadership Training by Chris Warner
will be offered during our 2015 season.
Nutritionist Leslie List will speak to Flatirons
Volleyball Club in January!
Sports Parenting presentation with
Chris Warner will be scheduled for January.
Talent determines what you can do.
Motivation determines how much you are
willing to do.
determines how well you do it.
Did you know
that Colorado is one of 22 states where
volleyball is the highest high school
participation sport for girls? In 2012-2013,
9,482 girls played high school volleyball. High
school basketball sported 7,153 players.