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Tryout Info

2021-2022 MGA Club Tryouts


Please go to our Programs Page to see details of the Club & National programs

At every program level you will work hard, have fun and learn a lot!

Register below and see below for more info!

Upcoming Club Tryouts Schedule

TRYOUTS: all held at Starland Sports Complex in Hanover

  • Nov 7th: 6-8pm  U12, U14, U16 Club Super Nova and Club
  • Nov 14th: 9-11am U14, U15, U16, U17 National **no U18s            unless current MGA players or by invitation
  • Nov 14th:  12-2pm  Call backs for 11/7 or those, who could not attend 11/7 by age group
  • Nov 21st: 9-11am  National level Call backs or those, who could not attend 11/14 by age group


What should I know about tryouts?

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We offer programs for beginners wanting to play on a team for the first time, players looking to sharpen their skills to make a high school team as well as athletes looking to earn a college scholarship. We have programs for all ages and levels.

Please visit all of our team player specific pages to learn more about being an MGA Player: Player Expectations, Nutrition, Tryout InfoTeam Selection


10 things you need to know about Tryouts


  1. Eat breakfast: do not skip this step! 

  2. Dress: spandex or shorts and a regular T-shirt (NO tank tops), volleyball sneakers, knee pads 

  3. Bring: water bottle and light snacks: granola bars, banana, apple or carrots, ½ sandwich -turkey, ham or chicken are good choices (please no peanut butter or nuts as we will not know of any allergies ahead of time)

  4. Bring Paperwork and payment if you did not pre-register: you can find the forms on our website

  5. Get to the venue early: if you pre-registered, you will still need to check in; if you did not pre-register, we will need time to review your documents and take information

  6. Settle in: put your stuff where indicated and start warming up by peppering or a dynamic stretch

  7. You will be guided through every drill: Coaches will tell you what you are doing, show what you are doing and have other players demonstrate what you will be doing: you do not need to know drills to be able to follow along but you will need to pay attention

  8. You will be moved around in different groups: do not read into this: just part of the process

  9. You are being evaluated all the time: attitude is as important as skill: how you treat each other, how you encourage or discourage others is being viewed, how you recuperate after making a mistake (and everyone will make a lot of mistakes!) is noted: give your best effort and that includes best attitude

  10. This is FUN not stressful: you will find the right program that matches your skill level, your commitment level and your schedule