If you picked OP2 to win the March Madness tourney your bracket wouldn't be busted...congrats… instagram.com/p/BSHmtGiBKJw/
13-2's and Coach Ethridge played up in 14's and took 2nd at the Broncho March Madness Tourney!… instagram.com/p/BSFUM1PB9y8/
Congrats 16-EP for winning the Santa Fe 16-17's combination tourney. Great job ladies and coaches. instagram.com/p/BSFSP5OBVuA/
Keith Muse, a Peak parent and father to Kassidy, 18 EP player, passed away in January. Keith and his family have been wonderful supporters of OP2 over the years. As a way to remember Keith and benefit future Peak players, a benefit golf tournament is being held on Monday, April 10, 2017. The First Annual Dr. Keith Muse Memorial Benefit Golf Tournament will be held at the The Greens Country Club. Registration is at 9:30 am with a shotgun start at 10 am.
Proceeds from the tournament will go to the Keith Muse Memorial Scholarship benefiting Oklahoma Peak Performance Volleyball players.
Want to form a team of dads, moms, friends, and Peak supporters? See the flyer below for more information or you can contact Chris Harris at 405-323-2468.
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OP2 is blessed to work with wonderful players who have committed to play collegiately for the 2017 school year! We are proud of all of these ladies!
Pictured above: (top) Hallie Hembree, Army, West Point; (middle) Rachel Krutz, Colorado College; (bottom) Callie Bangasser, Univ. of Central Oklahoma
(top left) Jordan Cramer, Univ. of Central Oklahoma; (top right) Ryan Emmert, Univ. of Houston; (bottom left) Alli Evans, Univ. of Tulsa; (bottom right) Malia Kaaiohelo, Univ. of Central Oklahoma
Are you interested in staying up-to-date on OP2 news, events, tryouts and other happenings? Then follow us on:
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We will use these social media outlets to post the latest on tryouts, clinics, and other Peak events.
LOCATION OF SPRING BASE CAMP: The Peak Training Center is located at 11626 N. I-35 Service Road, OKC, 73131. See more specific directions under the “FAQ’s” or “Contact Us” tabs.
“Calling all 3rd-6th graders! Peak’s base camps are an excellent way for players to get in extra touches and further develop their volleyball skills. Our base camps focus on the “FUN-damentals” in a high energy, fast-paced environment where players are moving quickly from station to station working with a variety of Peak’s experienced coaches.
The dates for Peak’s Base Camps are below:
In addition to developing skills in passing, serving, hitting, communication, individual defense, and teamwork, coaches encourage players in character development with a focus on different character words each practice.
To register, click on the following link: https://campscui.active.com/orgs/OklahomaPeakPerformanceVolleyballClub
Online registration will stay open until Sunday, May 7 at midnight . However, walk-ups are always welcome. Just download and complete the registration and medical release forms below.
OP2’s group of coaches is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced coaching staffs in the nation. With over 70 national tournament appearances, 15 high school state championships, one national championship, and several Olympic medal appearances, Peak coaches can provide guidance and assistance to those wanting to grow and develop in the coaching profession.
Peak has opportunities for head coaches, assistant coaches, and those looking to work in our developmental programs with our 8-14 year old players.
We are always looking for great coaches in the making. If you’re interested in joining the Peak family, contact Greg Dewey, director of coach recruitment, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Will Ethridge at email@example.com for a list of coaches available to do lessons.
So far this season, Oklahoma has 3 teams who’ve earned bids to the USAV National Championships in Minneapolis, MN in June/July. All three are Peak teams. Congrats to 16 EP who added their name to the list by finishing 2nd at the Colorado Crossroads National Qualifier in Denver! They finished 10-1 on the weekend and punched their ticket to nationals! Congrats to the ladies, Coach Ethridge, and Coach Pitzer! We are proud of you!
Coach Miraku and 18 EP had already qualified for the 18’s division of the USAV National Championships due to their performance and finish (2nd) in their first tournament of the season at the MLK National Qualifier in January. They came into the OKRVA Regional Championships playing well and looking to solidify themselves as the best team in the region.
In only their 2nd tournament of the season, the 18 EP ladies dominated the regional championships without losing a set the entire day and earned their 2nd bid to nationals. Since a team only needs one bid to nationals, another in-region team gets to use the second bid OP2 earned and qualify for the national tournament. Congratulations to the team, coaches, and parents on a great start to the season! Good luck the rest of the way!
18 EP – Oklahoma Regional Champions
Due to 18’s USAV Nationals occurring in April this year, many 18’s national qualifiers are being held earlier in the club season. This year, the MLK tourney in Kansas City was the first 18’s national qualifier of the season. Congratulations to 18 EP, Coach Miraku, and Coach Fyfe on finishing 2nd in the USA division and being one of the first teams in the nation to punch their ticket to Dallas, TX for the USAV 18’s National Championships on April 21-23. Congrats 18 EP! We are proud of you!
Interested in the OP2 Boys’ programs? Contact Randy Decker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the USA Women’s National Sitting team on winning the gold medal in sitting volleyball at the Paralympics in Rio. The women beat China 3-0 to secure the first paralympic gold by any USA sitting team. Prior to Saturday’s loss, China had never lost a match in paralympic sitting volleyball competition.
Peak coaches and players played large roles in the win. Peak board member and owner, Bill Hamiter, is the women’s national team coach. Heather Erickson, named MVP of the tournament, coaches our 11 EP team. Women’s team players Lexi Shifflett and Katie Holloway also coached for Peak as did coordinator Elliot Blake.
Former Peak player, Kaleo Kanahele, was the setter for the national team. We are so proud of the team and all of the Peak family who had a part in this historic win. Great job TEAM USA!