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Queen City

Queen City Starlings Welcomes You!

Queen City Starlings is a non-profit volleyball program that offers all athletes the opportunity to play at the club level. Volleyball in the Charlotte, North Carolina area is very competitive. Our focus is to give underrepresented athletes  the chance to compete.  Junior club volleyball dues continue to increase, reducing the ability of economically challenged athletes to be able to participate.  Starlings club dues are  dramatically minimized to offer the opportunity to athletes from all communities. We play at the same competitive level and at the same tournaments as other local clubs.

Our mission is to diversity the sport of volleyball by offering athletes from ALL communities an opportunity to play at the club level, regardless of socioeconomic background.

We invite volleyball players from the Charlotte, North Carolina Metrolina area and surrounding counties (e.g., Mecklenburg, Union, Cabarrus, Gaston, Lincoln, Iredell, York, Lancaster).

Interested in Joining Our Team?

Queen City Starlings is developing great talent and we are looking to grow! If you are interested, please reach us via email, qcstarlings@gmail.com.  Queen City Starlings will be in competing in volleyball tournaments throughout the southeastern region. These regional tournaments are organized and sanctioned by the USAV/AAU/JVA governing bodies.

All tryouts are now complete for Queen City Starlings (QCS) Volleyball program for the 2022-2023 season. If roster spots become available, you may reach out and ask to be considered for any openings. Email us!
QCS 2022 End of Season Celebration

QCS 2022 End of Season Celebration

New to Volleyball?

Are you new to volleyball and need to learn the basic rules of the game? This document will provide all to need to know to cheer your team on.

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USAV 2021-2023 INDOOR RULE BOOK

 
USAV Age Definitions

(JVA will allow age waivered players in club division competitions – the age waiver will allow the athlete to play at grade level with their peers, provided they are not more than one year older than the current age definition. )

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QCS Travel Team Information

AAU Member Club

Queen City Gets Its First College Recruit

Arliya Bennerman

Queen City Starlings is excited to have its first college recruit, Arliya Bennerman! Arliya played two seasons with QCS in the Setter, RS, and MH positions. She worked hard and was willing to be a versatile player wherever her coach needed her. Arliya set her sights high when she joined QCS and her hard work paid off. She is now on the roster at Livingstone College as a Right-side Hitter. We are so proud! Congratulations to Arliya and her family. She's not far from the Queen City so if you get a chance, go out an support her at one of the games at Livingstone.

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Club Resources for Parents & Athletes

In the Club Resources section, you will find useful information for parents and athletes. Starlings Volleyball, USA helps with registration fees for youth, who without financial assistance, would be unable to participate in the Starlings volleyball programs. Thinking about playing in college? There is also helpful information to learn how to recruited to play college volleyball.

Learn more about getting financial assistance and for recruiting resources...

Parent & Parent Handbook

Sponsorship

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Queen City Starlings is looking for sponsors just like you to provide opportunities for players to compete! Contact us about being a sponsor and help someone to grow in athletics and in the game of life! Your business would be highlighted here.

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Brenda Meadows

Club Director, Head Coach 15U

Angela Gray

Head Coach Concord

Carena Meadows

Head Coach 17U Matthews

Breona Young

Head Coach Concord

Maddie Steed

Floating Assistant Coach Matthews/Concord

Malea Meadows

Head Coach 16U Matthews

Madison Barnes

Head Coach 14U Matthews

COVID-19 Information

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Coaching during covid

Queen City Starlings Season Highlights