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15 and Older Tryout Info

15 and older 2022-2023 Tryout Page for more information

15 and older Tryouts Registration

Thursday (11-10-22) is the last day to pre-register, OK to walk-in day of tryouts on Saturday or Monday

Boys & Girls 15s-18s Make-up Tryouts Monday November 14th at Keva Sports in Middleton 6-8pm


18 Teal - Silver Bracket Champs - 5-22-22

18 Teal - Silver Bracket Champs - 5-22-22

14 Teal - 2nd Place Silver Bracket - 5-23-21

14 Teal - 2nd Place Silver Bracket - 5-23-21


16 Black - Whitewater Champs - 5-2-21


14 Teal - Whitewater Champs - 4-17-21


14 Black - Whitewater 3rd Place - 4-17-21



Coaching Opportunities

Madison Elite is growing and is looking for coaches. If you are interested in coaching this upcoming season, please email Kevin

Madison Elite - Celebrating our 11th Season!

Madison Elite will have Boys and Girls 14 and under tryouts the weekend of October 1st at Keva Sports Complex in Middleton.

Madison Elite will have Boys and Girls 15 and older tryouts the weekend of November 12th at Keva Sport Complex in Middleton.


Recruiting

College Coaches - Recruiting

Madison Elite is using Field Level for Recruiting. To view our roster of players looking to play in college, use the link below to log into Fieldlevel.


Sari hanging with Olympic Medal Winners April Ross and Alix Klineman



Bob Hamm - AVCA Innovation Award Winner



AOC Talent Camp - Elite Boys with Boy Lead Coach Bob Hamm

Congratulations Bob for being recognized by Badger Region

10 Madison Elite Coaches Attended CAP I & CAP II Certification Programs in December 2019


Net Works Award: Kevin Scopoline (Madison Elite)

Per the Badger Beacon

“One week before tryouts, another local club in Madison decided to not offer volleyball for boys this season.  Kevin Scopoline wanted to make sure that all boys that wanted to play were given an opportunity to tryout.  This included a free tune-up clinic prior to tryouts.  He then obtained enough space and staff to hold tryouts anticipating a large turnout.  After a great turnout, he secured enough coaches and court time in order to field seven boys teams.  This was in addition to 19 girls teams.  This enabled 69 boys to play, many of which would not have been able to play.

“To ensure the boys had a good experience, Kevin allocated time for his director of player development, to work with the boy’s teams. Even with a shortened season the teams had a great deal of success. There were two gold championships, five silver championships and one bronze championship.

“Kevin has always believed in having the best coaches as possible.  When Badger Region hosted a CAP certification in early December, Kevin reached out to his coaches to see who was interested and available.  He then paid for nine of his coaches to attend.  This was in addition to him renewing his own CAP certification.”