In 2020, #1 Stanford, #6 Washington, #8 Texas, #9 Utah, #11 Pittsburgh, #15 Hawaii, #17 BYU and many other top teams attended to recruit Hawaii's top prep volleyball players!
Why should college coaches recruit Hawaii? While only 1.1% of high school girls volleyball players nationwide go on to play at the D1 level, Hawaii boasts almost eight times (8x) that at 7.6%! And, many more of our players go on to play at the DII, III, NAIA and JUCO levels!
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What is a Combine?
A volleyball combine is an event where prep volleyball players showcase their skills, talent and volleyball IQ to a captive audience of collegiate volleyball coaches in an effort to get recruited. Players are showcased right here in Honolulu before top volleyball coaches from across the country. Players have the equal opportunity to show their skills to these coaches.
Players of varying skill levels get recruited each year as coaches from Division I, II, III, NAIA and JUCO schools attend to recruit Hawaii players.
ENTER CODE: ADV
WHEN: February 25-27, 2027
WHERE: Manoa Valley District Park Gym
WHO: High School Girls Volleyball
Players, Classes 2022 - 2025.
WHY: Hawaii is deep with volleyball talent. However, our geographic isolation puts our players at a disadvantage when it comes to recruiting. It is costly to travel to the mainland to get scouted and even if you travel to play in a mainland tournament you have little control over which coaches may come and see you play. With a combine here, you have a captive audience of coaches who are here to recruit Hawaii players and the cost is a fraction of what it costs to travel to the mainland.
Hawaii is a goldmine of talent!
While only 1.1% of prep volleyball players across America go on to play at the DI level, Hawaii boasts almost 8X (7.6%) that!
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!
We have a limited amount of spots and we sell out every year so do not procrastinate. To register; click "Register" below and fill out the form completely and click "Submit" to pay either $195 (Oahu Player) or $145 (all other Players).