Girls' Tryout Results
Girls’ HP Tryout results will be released on the following days, after 12:00 noon, MST:
Women’s Junior: Results are now posted in Ex3
Girls’ Future Select: May 5 or 6
Girls’ Youth: May 6 or 7
Girls’ Select: May 5, 6, or 7
You will log into your Ex3 account to access your tryout results (will be viewable on your Ex3 Home Page): Ex3 Log-In
Check back here as these posting windows get closer for a more specific window for your age group. When results have been posted, the schedule above will change to Ex:"Women's Junior results are now posted".
IMPORTANT: If login to your Ex3 account more than 5 times in a row attempting to view results before they are posted, you will exceed the number of user sessions allowed and be barred from your account for 1 hour. Check back on this page for updates on when results will be posted, rather than continue logging into Ex3.
Prior to results being released, please be sure to review Tryout Results Information.
If you have any questions regarding tryout results posting, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letter from U.S. Women's National Team Head Coach, Karch Kiraly.
Dear 2015 Girls’ High Performance National Team Tryout Athlete:
On behalf of the USA Women's National Volleyball Team, I'd like to thank you for your participation in the USAV High Performance tryouts this year – we know how valuable your time, your energy, and your money are, and we appreciate that you would choose to spend some of them with us.
The High Performance Pipeline is an integral part of the USA National Team system. If you check the history, you’ll see that many of the people who played for the Women’s National Team in the last few years - including 10 of the 14 athletes who led the USA to its first-ever major international title at last year’s World Championships - are former Pipeline players.
Here in Anaheim, California, where our Senior National Team trains, Job Number One for our athletes is to Learn, to embrace a Growth Mindset. To be a Learner means constantly striving to be better masters of our craft, of being in a state of permanent learning and improvement to make our fundamentals - and our ability to see the game - as solid as possible. To do this, we must operate at the edge of our ability level, forcing ourselves to be uncomfortable, to take risks, to make mistakes. This is a difficult and scary task because we have to change the game we already have, which could be quite good, to get a better one.
For you all, competing with and against some of the best volleyball athletes in the United States and abroad is an invaluable opportunity to test your mastery of fundamentals, to test your ability to see the game, to learn, and to grow. We are also fortunate to have some of the finest coaches in the country teaching and coaching our HP programs. You can see why we think that these programs provide such a wonderful opportunity for our HP athletes to get better.
We hope you had a great tryout experience, and we wish you all the best in your volleyball career.
Keep Learning, Preparing and Competing. Good luck!
Karch Kiraly, Head Coach
U.S. Women’s National Team