Question: Where are you located?

Answer: Our main gym is at 1 Autry, Irvine, CA 92618.


Question: When are Club tryouts?

Answer: Tryouts for 15U-18U girls will be held in August, tryouts for 12U-14U girls will be held in October. See our master calendar for exact dates.

Question: How many teams do you take?

Answer: We carry anywhere from 2 – 6 teams per age group. Each team will field approximately 12-13 players.

Question: How long is the club season?

Answer: 12U-14U teams practice from November 1 through June, and 15U-18U teams practice from December 1 through June. The end of the season is marked by the team’s Year End Tournament.

Question: My child plays another sport. Can she still play club?

Answer: We welcome multi-sport athletes and encourage cross training. Make sure you understand the commitment level before committing to a team. All club teams practice 3 times a week and compete in tournaments 1-2 times a month. Our travel teams have a higher commitment and we expect regular attendance to practices from all Tstreet athletes.

Question: Where do I find the tournament schedule?

Answer: Click here for the SCVA junior girls tournament schedule.

Question: How do I find out where my team is playing?

Answer: Click here for the SCVA weekend sites.

Question: Where do I find site directions for my tournament?

Answer: Click here for the SCVA weekend site directions.

Question: What is the general play schedule for tournaments?


1 v 3 (2 officiates)

2 v 4 (1 officiates)

1 v 4 (3 officiates)

2 v 3 (1 officiates)

3 v 4 (2 officiates)

1 v 2 (4 officiates)

Divisions 1-4 will play crossover matches/brackets following pool play.

Non-Club Programs

Question: My daughter wants to play volleyball – what’s a good program for her to start in?

Answer: We have several programs for girls wanting to get into volleyball. Our introductory Youth Clinics (ages 8-12) offer once a week instruction on the basic fundamentals from our seasoned club coaches. Click here to go to Youth Clinics.

Our Tweens program caters to athletes (ages 9-14) who are interested in receiving more club-like experience. Tweens practice twice a week and participate in tournaments against other local clubs. Click here to go to Tweens.

Question: Do you have any programs for boys?

Answer: While our club program is strictly girls, we have other programs that are co-ed, including our Tsand beach volleyball program, Summer Camps and Clinics, and Summer Tweens.

Question: Do you have any adult programs?

Answer: We offer a morning ladies volleyball clinic on Wednesdays. See our Master Calendar for dates and times.

Question: I’m not sure which program is best for my child. How can I pick the right one?

Answer: Programs will list age and skill level to help you make the right choice. Thorough descriptions are on the program’s webpage as well as the registration page. Read these carefully before registering for your chosen program.

Question: Do you offer private lessons?

Answer: Yes, several of our coaches are available for private lessons. Please see our coaches list and contact the coach you wish to train with. Please note: we do not offer private lessons to athletes who currently play for another club. Exceptions are made for athletes currently participating in our sand program at Mariners Church.


Question: Who may attend Tstreet Camps and Clinics?

Answer: Tstreet Camps and Clinics are open to all athletes regardless of skill level or club affiliation. Anyone who wants to learn about the game is welcome to attend, and we offer a wide variety of programs ranging from beginner to advanced.

Question: Where are the camps and clinics held?

Answer: All camps and clinics are held at our state-of-the-art facility in Irvine off of Bake and Muirlands, with the exception of our Sand Volleyball Programs, held at Mariners Church in Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach Tweens location at St Catherine’s School.

All Pomona camps, clinics and practice take place in the Darlene May Gym on the Cal Poly Pomona Campus.

Question: How are players in the clinics grouped?

Answer: Tstreet supervisors and club coaches place athletes according to age and skill level.

Question: What do I need to bring to the clinic?

Answer: Bring lots of water, a snack, and wear a t-shirt, spandex, kneepads and volleyball shoes.

Question: Can I drop in to a clinic?

Answer: Yes, drop in sessions are available online. Walk Up Registrations are not allowed – all participants must register online.


Question: How much does it cost to play for Tstreet?

Answer: Our tuition varies from program to program and is competitive with other elite volleyball clubs in Southern California. Cost varies by age group and team. Club tuition includes all regional tournaments, practices, uniforms, registration/membership fees, administrative costs, coaching expenses, and equipment costs. Current Fees are available through the Tstreet Office.

Question: Does club tuition include travel costs?

Answer: No, teams that travel will pay an additional fee and families are expected to make their own travel arrangements and book their hotels within the appropriate “Stay and Play” policies.

Question: Who do I contact for questions about my balance?

Answer: Regarding Club tuition balance and fees, please contact Finance Manager Suzanne Kaiser at tstreet@tstreetvolleyball.com or at ext. 101. Regarding Tweens tuition balance, please contact Director Paige Hurlock at paige@tstreetvolleyball.com or at ext. 102.


Question: Do I have to stay at the designated hotel when my team travels?

Answer: Yes. All travel tournaments have a “Stay and Play” policy that each team must meet in order to be eligible to participate. Very few exceptions exist to stay outside of the “Stay and Play” housing. Contact the club coordinator for details or questions.

Question: How do I go about booking my hotel for travel tournaments?

Answer: Tstreet’s Club Coordinator will set up a block of rooms with the designated “Stay and Play” hotel which will then be sent to you through your team chaperone. Use the unique link or phone number to then book your room (1 room is designated per family).