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Pulse Volleyball Wins JVA Club of the Month

Pulse Volleyball Wins JVA Club of the Month

When Pulse was established in 2014, there were no boysโ€™ volleyball clubs in existence in the inland Orange County region. After many conversations, the Hart family took the leap of faith to start a volleyball club. In the very first year, the club consisted of one boysโ€™ team with eleven players. Over the next several years, Pulse began to grow upwards of 10 teams. Now approaching their 10 year anniversary Pulse is thriving with 33 indoor teams, club alternative training programs, and a successful beach program.

Pulse does not operate to its full potential without the leadership of its directors who are passionate about the game, but also passionate about helping others (coaches & players).

Pulse Leadership Team:
Club Director / Owner: Daniel Hart
Director of Operations: Glenn Henry
Director of Athlete & Coaches Development: Brandon Pank
Beach Club Director: Lila Tucker
Girls High School Director: Rich Camerlengo

Boysโ€™ volleyball is currently one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States. The growth has been fascinating to watch, and Pulse staff have noticed a significant increase in boys joining club volleyball at an earlier age.

โ€œThe level of volleyball being played in the U12- U14 division is exceptionally high. It is very exciting to see what the future holds for boysโ€™ volleyball. We are thrilled to see more high schools and colleges adding boysโ€™ volleyball programs throughout the country as well. We will continue to do what we can as a program to help the volleyball community grow to its full potential,โ€ said Club Director and Owner, Daniel Hart.

Pulse believes that school, family, and faith should come before volleyball. However, they want to help athletes understand commitment, time management, and good communication skills, and volleyball is a great platform to help athletes be the best versions of themselves on and off the court.

In 2021, Pulse established a partnership with Open Gym Premier. OGP has earned a reputation for providing quality coaching and innovative, well-organized youth sports events. OGP continues to expand with programs and events across the West, serving over 75,000 players and 10,000 teams annually. Amidst this growth, management remains mission-centric, focused on helping amateur players and teams and revolutionizing the youth sports ecosystem.

Club Director Daniel Hart also operates a non-profit program called North County Volleyball, which is a co-ed…

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