26th Annual Jungle Jog - October 7th 7:30 AM
Jungle Club Sports Complex
Kids run at 7:15 AM
All proceeds to benefit the Jungle Club Volleyball Academy
> Gold Level Club
Focus is on college preparation and advanced skill development. Travel will include tournaments in Florida as well as national qualifiers across the country. 2 practices per week; 2 team practices and optional positional & conditioning practices. Teams will participate in both AAU and USAV. (NO tryout fee)
> Silver Level Club
Focus is more on basic skills. Travel will stay in Florida only. This can include the AAU Nationals in Orlando.
2 practices per week; optional positional & conditioning practices during the week. (NO tryout fee)
> Bronze Level Club
Similar to Gold level, however this club will only practice once per week and travel will be limited to tournaments two hours or less away. (NO tryout fee)
* All Club Teams will range from 12’s - 18’s depending on amount of players and skill level.
* A deposit will be required if selected for a team. Fees can then be paid in a lump-sum or monthly.
AGES 5 - 8
Focus will be on basic kinesthetic and volleyball movements. Lighter balls will be used based on age and development.
ALL SKILLS LESSON
AGES 8 & UP
Focus will be on the basic skills and fundamentals of volleyball.
AGES 12 & UP
Focus will be on advancing the skills in specific positional groups.
AGES 12 & UP
Focus is preparing athletes for higher level play in high school or college.
Advanced lesson: $50/HOUR
Fundamental lesson: $20/HOUR
Group lessons: $20/hour/person
$100-150 DEPENDING ON CAMP AND LENGTH
DAY CAMPS ONLY.
POSITIONAL: $75/90 minute session
RECRUITING CLINIC: $50*
> Drop-in play: $5 per night. Friday nights from 6-9 pm.
> Co-ed 6’s Leagues FORMING NOW
> Quarterly mad-hatter tournaments will be run.
> Adult lessons will be given for any skill level.
Mr. Stenman comes to the Jungle Club Volleyball Academy from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville (NCAA D3) where he served first as the Assistant Volleyball Coach and then as the Interim Head Volleyball Coach while also serving as a Lecturer in their Health and Human Performance Department. During his time at Platteville, he trained and coached four All-Conference winners.
Prior to UW-Platteville, Mr. Stenman led the Dickinson State University Volleyball team in the NAIA. During his two years at the helm, Stenman had nine Academic All-Conference winners and was also an Instructor in their Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department.
From 2010-2013, Mr. Stenman led the Centenary College Ladies Volleyball program and coached the Ladies in the College's final year of NCAA Division I and as a member of The Summit League in 2010 before a drastic improvement in 2011 at 14-14. The 14 wins marked the highest single-season win total in the volleyball program’s history in the last 13 years and their first season in NCAA Division III. In 2010 and 2011, he spearheaded two squads that combined to boast 15 All-Academic All-Conference selections as the Ladies volleyball team posted a 3.4 team GPA in 2010. Nine of 11 Ladies made the All-Academic team that year.
Before joining Centenary, Stenman served as the head coach at Coker College, a Division II program, in South Carolina. Prior to becoming the head coach at Coker, Stenman came from Texas A&M University, where he was the head coach of the women's club volleyball team and physical education instructor. Stenman served as the assistant coach at Shenandoah University for four seasons before his stint at Texas A&M.
Mr. Stenman has had the opportunity to play and coach at a variety of levels during his 25 years in volleyball. A native of Rochester, New York, he was fortunate enough to play volleyball my junior and senior years. After high school, he joined the United States Marine Corps where he continued to hone his volleyball skills and even had the opportunity to play for the All-Marine team.
Mr. Stenman has a Bachelor's of Science degree from Shenandoah University and Masters of Science in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University. Mr. Stenman has continued to educate himself in the latest training and strategic fundamentals. He is a regular attendee of the American Volleyball Coaches Association annual convention and is IMPACT certified.
"We are a member club of the Florida Region of USA Volleyball. As a player you may stop any unwanted contact from a club representative by simply asking (either verbally or in writing) that all contact cease. Any player believing a club representative of any Florida Region volleyball club has been intimidating, harassing, or acted inappropriately in any manner of contact or recruiting should contact the Florida Region office at (352) 742-0080."