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NASA Volleyball

2024-2025 Tryouts

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NASA Mission

Founded in 1990, the purpose of the North Alabama Spiker’s Association (NASA) Volleyball Club is to promote volleyball in the North Alabama area, to prepare our players for the next level of competition, and eventually to attract college recruiters. 

NASA will strive to develop, through intense training, the skills both physical and mental, to compete in volleyball at the collegiate level.  The Club will provide a positive, well-balanced competitive environment in which young women develop skills to be successful in volleyball as well as life endeavors. 

Additionally, through wholesome, competitive volleyball experiences, the club will develop young women emotionally, physically and spiritually to meet the challenges of life.  It is of the utmost importance to provide personalized training to each athlete so they have the opportunities for more playing time among their respective school teams.  NASA will do everything possible to obtain the maximum exposure to collegiate-level coaches to help our student athletes continue their volleyball careers as well as their education. 

The primary mission of NASA is to have a positive influence in the life of all of our players.

One Family- Two Locations

NASA Volleyball (HSV) since 1990

NASA South (Birmingham) since 2015

Mailing Address:

NASA Volleyball
106 Oddo Lane
Huntsville, AL 35802

NASA Volleyball is proud to partner with amazing organizations that support youth sports and health. We are thankful for our long term partnership with TOC Sports and Huntsville Hospital for sponsoring the NASA Bash Southern JVA Challenge Tournament. And our partnership with the Huntsville Sports Commission in 2021 for also sponsoring the NASA Bash. And for Rally Volleyball who manages junior and adult indoor and sand volleyball in Emerson, GA and also sand volleyball in Huntsville at the new sand courts at the John Hunt complex.