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Atown Kingsman Boys

Atown Kingsman Program for Boys


ATown offers a Boys Volleyball Program for players just starting out to players who desire to experience application of their skills and knowledge in a competitive situation. This is Atown's second year with a boys program and we look forward to continuing to expand this program as its own entity. 

This year we are teaming up again with Velocity Sports Lab to provide that extra punch for our athletes to move forward with their training. We are excited to enter into our second year in partnership with Velocity as they continue to provide our training, take care of all our medical needs, and open their doors for our volleyball family!

We believe in setting up each athlete for success at every level; from beginner to prospective college players (see our recruiting page). ATown Programs provides consistent quality coaching to make sure we Advance Individual Athletes by Building Team Players for LIFE!

It’s that time of year!!! 
ATown Tryouts for Guys & Girls

All tryouts held at: Velocity Sports- 100 Powers Blvd, Piedmont SC


Kingsmen building on skills at Velocity


Tryouts 2018-19

Guys:

November 1st

  • Parent Meeting 6:30p-7:30p
  • Tryouts
    • 12U-14U 5:30p-7:30p
    • 15U-16U 6:00p-8:00p
    • 17U-18U 6:30p-8:30p

November 2nd

  • Make Ups by appointment 12-18 5:30-6:30
  • Field trip to NGU Men's game @ 7PM!

What Parents Say:
"Our son, who was a high school senior when he began playing for Atown, first learned the sport playing outdoor sand volleyball.  He played for several years with our church youth getting ready for a summer competition in Panama City at a conference they attended each year. He grew to love the sport, and when the opportunity came to play for a team in Anderson the fall of his senior year, he was delighted! 

He played for the Anderson Cavaliers while also talking to colleges in the state of South Carolina about playing for their teams. He was strongly encouraged to play club volleyball in the spring of his senior year, and we were very blessed that Atown began its first men’s volleyball club team for the 2018 season. We were delighted with the team, as it was comprised of a great group of players and families. We were also delighted with the coaching staff! Angela Freeze and her husband, Jason, were an immense and Godly blessing to our son. He was also blessed by the instruction, patience, and encouragement of the other coaches. We were hesitant to commit to the travel obligations, but it proved to be a wonderful opportunity. It gave us sweet quality time with our son during his last semester at home, and we forged friendships with the other families that have led to many blessings beyond volleyball. 

Our son is now playing on the college level, which is an answer to his prayers, and we are thankful for the provision. We are grateful for the role that Atown played in helping prepare him!"  Whitney S.