Pre-purchased armbands can be picked up at the Titan Sports and Performance Center (tournament venue) on Friday evening between 6-8 (preferred), or on Saturday or Sunday during the tournament at the "Pre-Paid" table by the entrance.
Children 10 and under are free, and do not need an armband.
**NOTE** - Each purchaser is limited to 5 armbands (one or two day admission), but multiple purchasers can designate the same person to pick up their armbands - so if five people each purchase 5 armbands, they can designate the same person to pick up all 25 armbands. We have noted the inconvenience, and will take steps to address in the future.
Tryouts for the 2020-21 Season are Concluded!
See Tryouts page for more information, or OKRVA link below.
OKRVA membership number is required to register for Kaizen, so make sure you have registered with OKRVA first, and have your registration number handy.
OKRVA registration fee is refundable if you/your athlete does not join a team.
While we continue to work on securing additional practice locations, for the 2020-2021 season we will be utilizing the following practice locations (specific practice schedules and locations will be set for each team after the season starts):
Cole Community Center
4400 NW Expressway, OKC
18509 N Meridian, OKC
925 SW 60th St., OKC
Foster Recreational Center
614 NE 4th St., OKC
Schilling Recreational Center
539 SE 25th St., OKC
2019 SWBT Classic - U14 team was FIRST boys team from Oklahoma to receive open bid to Nationals (2020 Boys 18's and 15's also qualified for Nationals)
One of the oldest volleyball clubs in Oklahoma, Kaizen was founded in 1994 by Mike Freeman with the goal of developing both amateur athletes and coaches. Open to both boys and girls, Coach Freeman strived to create a program where athletes - whether competing at the local, regional, or national level - learned the importance of working together while developing the self confidence to be a leaders. Seeking to develop athletes that excelled both on and off the volleyball court, a central tenant of the Kaizen philosophy was to keep the costs of playing volleyball as low as reasonable, and when able, to provide financial assistance to those athletes in need.
Reorganized in 2019 as the Kaizen Volleyball Development Club, an Oklahoma non-profit corporation (also known as the Kaizen Volleyball Club), Kaizen remains true to Coach Freeman's vision. As a 501(c)(3) tax exempt public charity, Kaizen is working to continually improve the quality and scope of its programs, while building a financial aid fund to enable us to lower the barriers to participation in amateur volleyball competition at all levels.
Kaizen has a dedicated coaching staff committed to the highest level of excellence - so both athletes and coaches are held to the highest standards of ethics, sportsmanship, and commitment.
See Club Information page for details on teams, coaches, and corporate governance (Board of Directors).
Kaizen is a Japanese word for CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT. Small improvements over time can result in outsized results - which represents our core goal for each Kaizen athlete, coach, and parent.
Our coaches are some of the best tacticians of the game of volleyball. They strive to expand each athlete's knowledge, mastery of technique, while building their confidence. Yet we realize that athlete's true success is not based on the outcome of the match, but rather by their growth in leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork, character, and work ethic. This is how Kaizen defines success, and this is what we strive to instill in every athlete that joins our family.
Head Coach and Club Director