A local club dedicated to BOOST your game! 

BOOST Volleyball Club


Welcome to BOOST Volleyball Club. We are a Maple Valley, WA volleyball club dedicated to competitive juniors girls volleyball, established in 2014.

First, to the girls and families that played with us last season ...Congrats on a great 2018 season!! The U12s (made of 9-11yr olds) and U13s were new teams for us and showed tremendous improvement and growth. Both teams finished strong at Regional Championships in 15th place for their divisions. The U14s won the National Bid to Detroit to represent the PSR Region and had several top 5 finishes this year! The U16s also had several top 5 finishes including Matt Hartner and Emerald City Classic, and won the silver bracket at National Championships in Detroit. It was an amazing year, and we really embraced the challenges of the season. These teams' success was a direct by-product of the collaborative effort of parents, athletes, coaches - all focused on daily improvement. "Be Better Than Yesterday" was a common theme....and it's the BOOST-way. You rock!

For those of you considering Boost Volleyball Club for 2018 / 2019, let's make it simple. YOU WANT TO PLAY HERE....BUT we're not for everyone! Are you someone who places the team first? Are you comfortable being un-comfortable? Do you value the process over the result? Please read through these pages to get to know us. See the COACHES page and read through our Bio's. Visit the LINKS page read up on our handbook and understand more about the upcoming season and what to expect. View the BOOSTED page for videos that can help boost your game.

We believe in providing our athletes with the tools to be the best version of themselves. We get there with experienced coaches teaching athletes about competitive preparation, application of modern volleyball techniques, growing their volleyball I.Q., and creating an atmosphere that supports confidence in our athletes. We have a responsibility to prepare physically and mentally to compete at a high level, and our goal is to provide athletes with the necessary tools to be successful at the next level! 

For those of you seeing us for the first time, we are glad you found us. Please read through the website and get to know us. If you still have questions after reading through feel free to email us directly at


Congrats to Emma for her commitment to play for Clark College!!

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​2020 / 2021 Season

We miss you, and wish circumstances were different; unfortunately, for the 2020/2021 Indoor season, BOOST VBC is announcing a 1 year hiatus and will not be hosting teams due to Covid-19 and it's related challenges.  Please check back with us in March regarding possible training opportunities!  As gyms open up, we are interested in hosting clinics and small group trainings.  Until then, please stay safe, stay healthy, and take care of each other. 

We are looking forward to a beach season to start in June / July as weather permits! Information will be posted in April.

Some of you have been looking for ways to improve your game through exercise and physical fitness. Here is a schedule of workouts. Because of the age ranges in the club, please feel free to adapt to your fitness level. Always make sure to warm up adequately and cool down appropriately by stretching out. 


  • Stay Hydrated

  • Play good music

  • Warm-up for 10-15 minutes before strenuous activity

  • Allow 30 to 60 seconds between sets as needed

  • Limit rest to recovery of breath between exercises.

  • Challenge yourself, but DO NOT work through pain. 

  • Adapt all things to your fitness level. 

  • Be aware of your surroundings. 

  • Challenge and support your teammates  - HAVE FUN!

If you miss a day, pick up where you left off. Adjust the workout to fit your ability. The level of "challenge" from this workout will vary. Adjust as necessary.

Evaluate how you feel after week 1. Power movements should not exceed 12-15 reps. Better to lower the number of reps and increase the sets than to exceed suggested rep counts.  

All things should be done in moderation. If you feel pain, STOP the exercise. Exercise can be dangerous as is any athletic movement. We highly recommend parent supervision at all times. Exercise is at your own risk. 


I am a member of a team, and I rely on the team, I defer to it and sacrifice for it, because the team, not the individual, is the ultimate champion.
​​- Mia Hamm