Saturday, February 6, 2016

Welcome to LoneStar Volleyball!

Providing junior athletes in the 1st through 12th grades with a positive environment to train, learn and compete. Practices, games, professional training, and tournaments are carefully designed to advance the development of athletic skills and strategy of the game, while instilling discipline, teamwork, sportsmanship and integrity. Athletes will develop the physical and mental skills necessary for competitive volleyball. LoneStar has training and competitive play for all junior athletes from new to the sport up to elite and club athletes. LoneStar's heavily touted curriculum helps create a solid framework for volleyball athletes at all levels. 



LoneStar VBC teams rank high in the Nation in pre-season by (teams 14 and under not ranked). CONGRATULATIONS!

15EP ranked 4th in Nation

4. LoneStar “Search” (Texas)
LoneStar placed second in region last season and 11th at Junior Nationals, a pretty good year. By all accounts, 2016 should be even better. Coached by Jacob Hanan, an Energizer Bunny on the sidelines, LoneStar is bigger and faster. The same trademark defense, led by Haley Hoang... and newcomer Emma Lowes, is still in place and setters Stephanie Young and Maddie Shew, who were amazing last year, got even better in the off-season. Led by Emily Clothier and Annie Swan in the middle, LoneStar should be a big-blocking team. And the offense, led by Noelle Piatas, Ciera Hecht and Caroline Swan, should be first-rate.

16EP ranked 47th in Nation
47. LoneStar (Texas)

17EP ranked 24th in Nation
24. LoneStar “Of David” (Texas)
Open-qualified last year, LoneStar returns six and adds ball control and depth on the outside. Coached by John Haroun, this tall team features 6-4 RS Sarah Sanders, an Oklahoma recruit; 6-1 Wake Forest-bound middle Jaclyn Childress, a trio of strong outsides in Haley Deschenes, Rachel Meyne and Delanie Lewis and a setter, Abby Gargus, who always impresses.

18EP ranked 32nd in Nation
32. LoneStar “Light, Star Bright” (Texas)
What’s the pulse on LoneStar for the upcoming season? It’s a bit of wait-and-see as Coach Skip Freeman has assembled a brand new bunch, but there is reason for optimism. Ten of the 11 players were part of Open-qualified teams a season ago and over half have medaled in Open at some point in the past. It’s a question of how fast they can put it together. Jordan Yauch, 6A POY in 2015, Sydney Riggs and Ashtyn Richey will contribute on the pins, with Kendall Patterson setting and Montana Watts at libero. That’s a fantastic core to build around. Although new, LoneStar should be a solid ball control and defensive squad, one that will test itself at the Big D, Crossroads and LoneStar qualifiers.

Youth League Champs - Fall 2015

F15_League Champion 4RGF15_League Champion_4RSF15_League Champion 5-6RGF15_League Champion 10-11UF15_League Champion 12UF15_League Champion 13-15U

Current Events

LoneStar Athletes Earn College Offers & Sign Commitments

  • Haley Killinger

    16EP (2016)

    Prosper HS 
    Mississippi State ('18)

  • Emily Hollowell

    16EP (2015)
    Little Elm HS 
    University of Illinois ('17)

  • Sarah Sanders

    16EP (2015)
    Plano West  HS
    University of Oklahoma ('17)

  • Lexi Smith

    16EP (2015)
     Lovejoy HS
    University of Illinois ('17)

  • Jaclyn Childress

    16EP (2015) 
    Plano SH 
    Wake Forest ('17)

  • Rachel Vicary

    16EP (2015)
    Prosper HS 
    Baylor University ('17)

  • Ashley Brown

    16EP (2014) 
    Prosper HS
    University of Oklahoma ('17)

  • Ashtyn Richey

    16EP (2014)
    Prosper HS
    Southern Methodist University ('17)

Court Sponsors

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LoneStar Athletes Recognized for Achievements

  • Annie Benbow

    16EP (2016)
    DMN Newcomer of the Year

    6a State Champions - Hebron HS


  • Jordan Yauch

    18EP (2016)

    DMN Player of the Year 

    6a State Champions - Hebron HS, MVP
    Texas Girls Coaches Association All State Team

  • Montana Watts

    18EP (2016)
    Texas Girls Coaches Association All State Team

    DMN Defensive Player of the Year

  • Haley Killinger

    16 EP (2016)
    Texas Girls Coaches Association All State Team 

  • Kendall Patterson

    18EP (2016)
    Texas Girls Coaches Association All State Team

  • Emma Clothier

    15EP (2016)
    Texas Girls Coaches Association All State Team

  • Tamia Reeves

    18EP (2016)
    Texas Girls Coaches Association All State Team

Frisco Youth Volleyball League

   Registration for the Spring Season is OPEN!

Frisco Youth Volleyball League is open to athletes from 1st grade through high school at all experience levels.  Teams and individuals are welcome! Complete details on the team divisions and options are listed HERE.

  • Registration closes March 4th.
  • Select tryouts will be held March 14th -- 10U-12U at 5:30p-7:30p and 13U-15U at 7:45p-9:45p.  Pre-registration required (Select Team Tryouts).
  • NEW Select Elite Teams added to the Select program.  Check out the Youth League page for details.
  • Practices begin March 20th.  
  • ID Photos taken during first week of practice only, 5:30p-8:00p
  • First game day is April 1st.

Evolution Training

   Year Round Training Options  

Register now for the pre-season clinics to get a peek of the training offered under the direction of our Club coaches.  These clinics will provide athletes insight into club training and practices with LoneStar Volleyball Club. Visit HERE for details.

Training at LoneStar

LoneStar offers a variety of training programs, so it's easy to get confused on where to start, so here's a quick view.

Training Programs - These programs provide athletes with skills training conducted by professional coaches.  They include:

  1. Academy - Our baseline training program for new to limited experience.  Held month to month year round on Sundays, 4p-6p and Mondays, 5:30p-7:30p.  Athletes can remain in Academy until they have a solid knowledge of skills and are able to successfully apply skills.
  2. Academy II - The next level training for athletes who have graduated from Academy.  This level is for intermediate experience.
  3. Camps - Training provided over  2-3 consecutive days, and focuses on all skills.  Camps are offered for all skill levels and ages.
  4. Clinics - Training provided over 1-2 hours, and focuses on individual skills.  Clinics are offered for all skill levels and ages.
  5. Private Lessons - Training scheduled specifically for individual or small groups who have personal training goals.  Small groups must be formed by the client.  Request lessons by clicking the Private Lesson Request button in the left menu at the top of this page. 

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LoneStar Volleyball

10570 John W. Elliott Drive, #600 
Frisco, TX 75033

Sat.....8:00a-9:00p.....Tourney Days 7:00a-9:00p 
Sun......1:00p-6:00p...Tourney Days 7:00a-7:00p

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Phone : 214-334-3105