December 22, 2020
Professional Volleyball Athlete, Kaylee Manns, will Train Siouxland Athletes
NORTH SIOUX CITY, SD – Kaylee Manns, owner of Midwest Volleyball Performance, will be at the CNOS Fieldhouse December 28th and 29th training Siouxland’s youth from pre-kindergarten through high school seniors. The event is hosted by United Sports Academy and will feature six different sessions, each with an individual focus on a specific volleyball skill. The CNOS Fieldhouse is located at 300 Centennial Drive in North Sioux City.
A graduate of Iowa State University, Manns was a three-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American, three-time All Big-12 selection, two-time Under Armor Athlete award winner, and three-time SUA A2 National Training Team selection. Following her very successful college volleyball career, Manns took her game overseas and has been playing professional volleyball since 2011. She has competed in Switzerland, Germany, Norway, Brazil, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey & Albania. Manns will be competing in the United States Professional Volleyball league that is scheduled to start in the spring of 2021.
Manns’ passion for volleyball lead her to starting Midwest Volleyball Performance (MVP), an organization of professional coaches that hosts collegiate camps and clinics around the country. MVP also specializes in mental training sessions pertinent to each clinic.
“The United Sports Academy is very excited to host Kaylee Manns and Midwest Volleyball Performance,” says MVP United Club Director, Rick Pruett. “This is a great opportunity for our club volleyball athletes as well as other Siouxland volleyball players to be exposed to new styles of drills and coaching. We are fortunate enough to be in a building where we can offer additional programming opportunities like this. Having the chance to be trained by a professional volleyball player is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and we’ve had two of these events in the last six months!” Former MVP United athlete Alexis Conaway, who is currently playing in Germany, was in the CNOS Fieldhouse training athletes this summer.
For more information, please visit midwestvolleyballperformance.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that Midwest Volleyball Performance hosted by Kaylee Manns is separate programming from Midwest Volleyball Power (MVP) United, a premier club volleyball organization in the Siouxland area.