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NORCO Volleyball Club (1985-present)


We are excited to announce our 2021 Open Gyms & Pre-Tryout Clinic Schedule! Starting May 25th, clubs across Colorado can start offering players a spot at their club.  Open gyms & pre-tryout clinics are a great way to be seen in front of our coaches before tryouts starting July 12th.  Players cannot officially sign to play at any club until July 12th. 


Monday, May 24th (4:00-6:00PM) - We will be hosting an Open House at the conclusion of this open gym. Stay after to tour our new facility, meet our amazing coaching staff and meet our incredible NORCO families!  NORCO will be providing snacks and beverages. 

Wednesday, May 26th , June 2nd & June 9th (4:30-7:30PM) 

11-14s - 4:30-6:00PM - Check-in starts at 4:00PM

15-18s - 5:30 - 7:30PM - Check-in starts at 5:00PM



Wednesday, June 16th , June 23rd & June 30th (4:30-7:30PM) 

11-14s - 4:30-6:00PM - Check-in starts at 4:00PM

15-18s - 5:30 - 7:30PM - Check-in starts at 5:00PM



July 12th - 15-18s (5:30-8:00PM) - Check-in will begin at 4:30PM

July 13th - 11-14s (5:30-8:00PM) - Check-in will begin at 4:30PM

July 14th - Final Tryouts ALL AGES (5:30-7:30PM) - Check-in will begin at 4:30PM


NORCO 18 Black - A year of triumph & growth!

Qualifying for Nationals is always a huge honor for any club. Our athletes dedicated so much this season through grit and hard work, and it was rewarding to watch them battle to earn a bid at our new facility. We added Alexis Stucky (17 Black) and Madeline Stucky (15 Black) to our roster to fill some key roles on our team.

The weekend started slow for us on day one, but Taylor Gallimore got 9 kills, 4 blocks, and 2 aces. Pryor MacEachran made big plays in the third match at crucial moments to help get the team into a third set. By the end of day two we improved our serve receive passing and became more terminal offensively. Emilia Carmosino finished the day with 25 kills and a .357 hitting percentage. Yeonwoo Suh rounded out the day with 9 kills, 6 blocks, and 4 aces. On day three we focused on controlling more matches by outworking our opponent. Serve receive and aggressive serving led to a large amount of success, ending our season with two wins. Hannah Kauffman led the team with a .428 hitting percentage. Alexis Stucky made a huge impact by running an effective offense as well as attacking aggressively hitting .360. Lacy Hunt ended day three with 18 kills, 4 aces, and 2 blocks. Abigail McCrimmon led the team with a 2.5 passing rating and 2 aces. Emma Stenner had a great defensive day with 24 digs. Madeline Stucky stepped up and competed above her age group with a .250 hitting percentage. It was great to see the girls battle through the exhaustion and adversity to finish their club careers on a high note.

For the 2020-2021 season all of our teams had to overcome adversity and 18 Black was not any different. These girls have overcome so many challenges from COVID-19 to juggling two seasons at the same time with grace and composure far above their age level. 

Congratulations to all our seniors this season who are graduating and moving onto the next level. Emma Stenner will be attending Creighton University. Allie Schumacher and Lacy Hunt will get to continue their time as teammates at Northeastern Junior College. Abbie McCrimmon will attend Metro State University. Emilia Carmosino will be attending CSU Pueblo. Hannah Kauffman will be attending Occidental University. Delaney Ochsner and Hailee Martinez will also continue on as teammates at Western State University. Taylor Gallimore will be attending Colorado State University. Yeonwoo Suh will be attending Chapman University. Sydney Leffler will be attending Colorado Mesa University. Pryor MacEachran will be a senior at Rocky High School.  

We are so proud to have been able to coach these young ladies and whether it’s in their careers or on the court, we can’t wait to see what they accomplish in the future.


Per Colorado Crossroads guidelines, all athletes and spectators to provide written proof of one of the following in order to participate in the event, 

-Negative test result (not to be taken earlier than Sunday before event)

-Fully vaccinated (2nd vaccine must be received at least 10 days prior to event)

-Positive result within the last 90 days

In order to support our families, as a club we are providing free tests for ALL ATHLETES and COACHES. 

Sunday, May 9th 5:00pm-8:00pm for Week 2 teams (15-2, 15-3, 14's, 13's, 12's, and 11's). 

If athletes are not able to make those times it will be their responsibility to test separately. Spectators planning to attend the event will need to test separately as well. NORCO will not be providing tests for spectators.

Watch at NORCO LIVE through HiCast!


NORCO is beyond excited to announce our partnership with HiCast. A State of the Art streaming service for athletes, parents & coaches. Check out what our director, Dr Cathy Mahaffey, Ed.D had to say about HiCast.


"Why was video coverage important to the NORCO Volleyball organization? NORCO Volleyball Director, Dr Cathy Mahaffey, Ed.D shares, “For three primary reasons: first for the recruitment of kids to the next level; second for our coaching educational needs and third, of course, for our parents who want to be able to watch everything.” 



NORCO Spring Tournament Series - May 22nd!

Looking to prepare for Crossroads? Or get in another tournament before your season ends? Register for one of the NORCO Spring Tournaments. We have three dates, three different age divisions and a three match guarantee all for $90!

Click the link below to REGISTER today! 


Effective 9:00 am July 16th:
ALL staff/coaches/players/invited guests will be required to wear a face mask the entire time they enter our doors for clinics, lessons or any kind of event hosted/sponsored by NORCO. This is a Larimer County requirement - we are complying with county regulations to stay open.  No spectators allowed. This is non-negotiable until further notice.
Players are required to wear masks at all times unless physical exertion impedes breathing.

Thank you for your support, understanding and patience as we try to keep our website up to date with the most current State and County regulations.

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How To Reach Us


4539 Viking Way, Loveland, CO 80538

Centerra Industrial Park

Phone: (970) 667-5005
Fax:  (970) 667-5665

Check out available volleyball hotel rate information on our Hotel Accomodations page!


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Artist rendering of the NEW Facility


Thank you athletes, parents and coaches for being a valued part of the NORCO Volleyball family!  We are so appreciative of everyone's involvement and support!
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    Rocky Mountain Region Volleyball

    2021 Banner Sales

    Support your NORCO Athlete with a personalized 3' x 3' banner to hang in the NORCO gym!

    • Exposure to over 100,000 people each season. Banners will be installed on the mezzanine balcony facing the courts.
    • Personalize your banner online or upload a complete design. For an additional $25, you can add your athlete's head shot. 
    • Support NORCO's hardship scholarships, equipment and building repairs. Remember, NORCO is a non-profit organization so all donations are tax deductible. 

    Giving Back

    Are you a volleyball enthusiast, a former player, or a former parent?

    NORCO Volleyball is a non-profit organization that focuses on developing volleyball players into well-rounded individuals. Our focus is more than volleyball and our qualified coaches strive to teach young men and women how to be successful.  Every year, we hope to instill lasting impressions on these players that they will carry with them for a lifetime. Club Volleyball is a tool that teaches young men and women how to face difficult circumstances where they are forced to be uncomfortable and pushed to balance school, life, family, and volleyball. This is a challenge for every young adult and a necessary part of preparing for the next stages in life.

    You have an opportunity to give back to Norco. Whether you're a long-time volleyball enthusiast, former player, former parent, current player, current parent, or anything else, we would love for you to partner with NORCO. 

    There are several ways to give:

    • Sponsor a current player at NORCO
    • Building maintenance for our 30,000 sq. ft. facility
    • Coaches Salaries
    • Other-will go to improving the quality of our club with upgrades and enhancing the overall experience of our players, parents, and fans.

    If you would like to give back to Norco, click the "Donations" button below!

    Thank you for supporting NORCO, we couldn't do it without the support of our loyal members. We appreciate you very much!

    NORCO Volleyball - 36 Years of Building Teams, Players and People