10:00Aam - 4:00pm (Check in 9:30am-9:45am. Lunch break at 12 noon) (mini tournament in the late afternoon)
Alki beach Seattle
$135 Fills up fast limited space! Signup before July 3 and receive an official Spalding King of the Beach Volleyball (value $45) Open to any and all entrants.
AVA is bringing northwest beach volleyball players this unique opportunity to learn from one of the all time best players and coaches. Stein is the current UCLA head beach coach, an Olympian, 3x NCAA Champion, Hall of famer and AVP Pro Beach icon. Born in Hawaii and one of the nicest people you’ll meet. This year Stein was named: - 2017 PAC 12 Coach of the Year - 2017 AVCA Coach of the Year
Learn techniques needed to elevate your game to the next level and make adjustments to compete at the highest level, in a small focused setting with lots of one-on-one time with Stein and other top local coaches from UW and the northwest. At least one year of beach experience recommended.
This clinic is open to any and all entrants. Juniors or adults. Players will be grouped by skill and age level. The clinic will also include a small competition playing time at the end.
Stein was born in Hawaii and currently lives in LA. He’s the current head UCLA beach coach, an Olympian, AVP & FIVB Pro beach volleyball player, 3x NCAA Champion and hall of famer. He’s one of the top athletes to ever play and coach the sport of volleyball, both on the beach and indoors.
Stein Metzger received the ultimate honor bestowed upon a former UCLA Bruin: induction into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame. During his career, the Bruins captured three NCAA titles (1993, 1995 and 1996) with Metzger being named NCAA All-Tournament twice. Metzger was also named American Volleyball Coaches Association First Team All-American in 1995 and 1996 and National Co-Player of the Year in 1996.
During his beach volleyball career, he captured 18 titles (16 domestic, 2 international) and won bronze at the 2001 Goodwill Games and silver at the 2003 FIVB World Championships. Metzger also competed in the 2004 Olympics and finished fifth with partner Dax Holdren, adding to the resume of one of the best volleyball players and UCLA athletes ever–with Hall of Fame credentials to prove it. Stein currently lives in LA (Redondo Beach/Hermosa) with his wife, daughter and son, in the heart of beach volleyball – training the top future junior beach athletes at Hermosa beach and UCLA (where he’s the current head beach coach).
Open to any and all entrants. Click the button to learn more about this opportunity and register.