Kealahou Volleyball Club means ‘A new path’, ‘A new beginning’. In 2011, Candice Fujiwara and Michelle Soares-Minami started Kealahou Volleyball Club. They have been playing & coaching volleyball together for over 15 years. Kealahou is a competitive club that will focus on developing the complete volleyball player.
We will practice 2 to 3 times a week and play in at least 2 tournaments a month. Our goal each year is to have our teams compete nationally so that our players get exposed to college recruiters.
In 2015, Candice decided that it was time to pay homage to the club that she was so fortunate enough to play for and that was KVC Hawaii which was directed by Hanson Nuuhiwa and Bobby Yomes. It is always good to appreciate what you have and give back the knowledge to the future.
Kealahou Volleyball Club is completely dedicated to providing its athletes with the technical, tactical & physical training to reach their highest possible potential as a volleyball player.
Our staff is committed to developing positive athletes who will be given the tools to excel in volleyball and in life. We will strive to help each and every player regardless of ability to achieve maximum performance. For the young player we want to develop a solid base of fundamental skill as well as a passion for the sport. As players get older and progress through the program, we want to provide the path to a level of excellence that allows each and every athlete to test their limitations. Only by constantly testing our limits can we truly find our potential. This is the true measure that separates greatness from mediocrity and determines who will be a champion and who will fall short. Champions are not always the winner of the final match, but their effort and commitment to themselves and to teammates is the ultimate prize.