We are located in The MARK in Elkhorn, on the West End of the building.
20902 Cumberland Drive, Elkhorn, NE 68022
Through the Club Legacy experience we hope you will become a better player, a better teammate; a better person who loves the journey along the way. Players will improve their overall volleyball skills, knowledge of the game & development of court PRESENCE, learn about different offensive and defensive systems, have the opportunity to grow in confidence & leadership skills.
Club Legacy is beginning their 7th season of club volleyball and we are looking for qualified individuals that have the heart, love, skills and talent to coach volleyball to aspiring volleyball players. If you have coached in the past, that is always a plus, but we also like to talk to those who have played the game at a collegiate level in the past and looking to start their coaching career. We place coaches in a position that is the best fit for their abilities and interest as well as the need for the club. If you are interested please contact Steve Bymers at 402-699-9225 or Steph Peterson at 402-598-1441.
In his nearly 20 years as a club administrator, he has served in many different leadership and administrative roles. During his career he was a co-founder of a new volleyball club, has coached many levels from collegiate, select club teams & high schools with much success. He has also successfully been in the administrative and management role of running a historically accomplished club for the past 20 years.
Steve has a highly regarded reputation as an effective, family oriented, and player focused administrator; this makes him the perfect match for Club Legacy & our coaching staff. Steve will work closely with Tahlyr and Jeff to ensure player development & program success fulfilling Club Legacy’s mission. Steve will be a primary leader to expand our training programs in his fulltime role, both on and off the court.
Steve is married to his wife, Kim, and they have 3 grown children. Volleyball has played a pivotal part of their family’s life. Kim has been an active in the volleyball community and has many years of coaching for various select volleyball teams. His daughter Jordyn has also played select volleyball and went on to be a student athlete for Midlands University and also enjoys coaching volleyball.
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