Aliso Island Volleyball Club

Welcome to Aliso Island Volleyball Club! We're a small but growing club in Orange County dedicated to advancing the athletic development of girls pursuing the sport of volleyball. We provide instruction, in a supportive atmosphere, focused on the skills and techniques necessary to prepare players for competition. We are a non-profit organization and work to keep our membership fee affordable while offering high-level training from experienced coaches and a sense of community for both the players and their parents. Our coaches believe in positive reinforcement and encouragement as they strive to help our athletes realize their full potential as volleyball players, believing that their success on the court can extend to their everyday life.

We have two facilities where we rent courts for practice: Momentous Sports Center in Irvine (14522 Myford Road) and SaddleBack Valley Sports Center in Lake Forest (25871 Atlantic Ocean Drive). Consistent practices days and times are determined prior to the start of the season so our families know what to expect during the season and can plan their schedules accordingly.



The initial Tryouts for all divisions are over. We are currently evaluating girls for remaining roster spots during our clinics at Redline Athletics (22600 Lambert Street #1204) on Monday and Wednesday evenings (7-9pm) through October 26. We will have a couple dates in early November at another location (TBA) for evaluations. If you are playing for your high school team and are going to CIF State Girls Volleyball Championships, you will need to have finished your season before we can do your evaluation.

Contact us at 949.338.9686 to schedule a date and time for your tryout at Aliso Island VBC. Cost is $20 per athlete.

Please download the registration form and bring with you, along with your payment, to the tryout.



Cory developed his passion for volleyball at Southwestern College in Chula Vista, CA, playing competitive indoor, grass and sand volleyball. He brings a great amount of volleyball IQ to the club through his more than 15 years of coaching. In Las Vegas at Bishop Gorman High School he was an assistant varsity coach and JV head coach for girls volleyball and varsity head coach for the boys program. Cory was a supportive and encouraging mentor to the athletes at BGHS as many played for him both in high school and club. He returned to California in 2010 and has coached varsity volleyball at two local high schools. He spent a season coaching at Mt. SAC in Walnut, CA in 2012 and has since been the JV head coach to the girls volleyball program at Woodbridge High School in Irvine. Cory head coaches two teams at Aliso as well as oversees all teams.

Brian Chartier


Brian began competitive volleyball at La Serna High School in Whittier, Ca. He then went on to play middle blocker for Long Beach City College. His coaching career started with Ichiban VBC in Long beach in 1987. He then went to South Bay VBC where his 16-1 teams were regional Top 10 five years in a row. During this time Brian coached high school volleyball at Long Beach Jordan from 1988-1990 leading the Panthers to the CIF finals in 1990. He coached at Torrance High School in 1992 and 1993, leading the Tartars to back-to-back CIF championships while earning CIF Coach of the Year honors in 1993. Brian coached at CDM High School before moving to Irvine High School where he helped them to the CIF finals in 2003. Brian currently teaches at Benton Middle School and lives in Aliso Viejo with his wife and two sons, Kyle and Cameron. His wife, Leslie, played collegiate volleyball at UCLA, leading the Bruins to three final fours and an NCAA championship in 1984.


Chris began his coaching career in 2008 when his daughter, now in her early 20s, was in junior high at Valley Christian private school in northern California. He worked with his daughter one-on-one transitioning her from a setter to an outside hitter to play on the Varsity team at the school. At the same time he was head coach of the 7th & 8th grade team. In 2010, Chris began coaching the JV team, taking them to the first league title in the school’s history. Chris won JV Coach of the Year that year. From 2011-2013 Chris was the assistant coach to the girls Varsity team at Valley Christian. A passion for coaching and a love of sports kept Chris busy with coaching junior high and JV basketball at the school as well. His daughter Erin received a double athletic scholarship for volleyball and softball to Wentworth College in Boston in 2013. Chris moved to Aliso Viejo in 2014 and is excited to get back into coaching with Aliso Island VBC. Chris moved to Aliso Viejo in 2014 and has been coaching for Aliso since summer 2015. To keep active, he plays sand and indoor volleyball and tennis.


Hannah began playing competitive volleyball at age 13 as an outside hitter for a local Orange County club, where she continued to play for six seasons. She played at El Toro High School as a setter and opposite. After graduating high school, Hannah attended Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR where she earned her degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Motor Behavior. While at Pacific, she played volleyball and was a member of the rowing team. Hannah is currently working as an Instructional Aide in a special needs classroom at a local elementary school while pursuing her graduate degree in Athletic Training. She has coached girls volleyball at Mission Viejo High School and currently coaches girls and boys volleyball at El Toro High School. Hannah has been coaching club teams with Aliso Island since 2015.


Tiffany began playing volleyball at 12 years old at a local Orange County club. As a high school student at Woodbridge, she played all four seasons, spending two seasons on the Varsity team. She has played the positions of outside hitter, defensive specialist, opposite, and back row right side. Tiffany has five years of club volleyball experience as an athlete. Her coaching experience began as an assistant club coach and a VolleyHigh head coach at Aliso Island in 2015. She began coaching the girls Freshman Team at Woodbridge High School with the 2016 season. Tiffany is a student at Irvine Valley College studying marketing. In her spare time, Tiffany enjoys listening to music and spending time with friends and family.


Kylie started playing volleyball competitively at age 12 in Antelope Valley. She played club for 7 years and played all 4 years in high school. As a freshman for Golden Valley High, she earned the captain position on Junior Varsity and continued this leadership on Varsity for the rest of her high school career. This is also when Kylie got a start in coaching by assisting with summer clinics and developmental programs with her club for girls ages 12-15. After graduation, she moved to working with club players aged 16-18 and also assistant coaching JV and Varsity at her alma mater and sister high schools. Once she went off to college at UC Irvine, she took a break from volleyball to compete in D1 athletics for two years on the track & field team as a high jumper. Her love for the game, however, has brought her back to volleyball. She is currently finishing up her last year in college as a Public Health and Education double major. Kylie has over 5 years of experience coaching high school and club levels. She believes her volleyball experience and strong knowledge in strength, speed, and jump training can help push Aliso Island players to the next level.

Our mission: To provide an affordable program that allows kids to learn and enjoy the great sport of volleyball while supporting a balance among family, faith, education and friends. We are committed to assisting our youth in developing their athletic skills and sense of teamwork through hard work, fun and commitment.


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Below find the team rosters for our 2015-16 Club Season:

2016-2017 Rosters to be announced


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Every game is an opportunity to measure yourself against your own potential.



Download the forms below, then complete and mail with payment to:
Aliso Island VBC, PO Box 441, Lake Forest, CA 92609
or bring them with you to the Clinic’s first practice date.
All checks made payable to Aliso Island VBC

Download Registration Form
Download Medical Form


Get a head start with practices to help prepare for the first (early) tournaments of the season: December 17 for the 13s and December 18 for the 14s.

Fridays, November 4, 11 and 18 and Wednesday, November 23
7-9pm (4 practice dates)

Momentous Sports Center
14522 Myford Road, Irvine

$40 per AIVBC athlete


The VolleyHigh program gives young athletes, who may be new to the sport, an introduction to club volleyball and competitive play without the time and financial commitment and travel requirements of club. The goal of the VolleyHigh season is to build the player’s confidence and love for the sport, teaching the techniques and basic fundamentals of 6-on-6 play. Focus will be on ball control, eye-hand coordination and having fun! The fall season ends November 19. Winter VolleyHigh season begins in January followed by a spring season in April.

Contact us at alisoislandvbc@gmail.com for more information.


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