Welcome to Kidron Volleyball!
Crawford to Succeed
Finn as Club Director
The Kidron Volleyball Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Crawford as director, effective July 1, 2016.
He will succeed John Finn, who served as club director since its founding in 2007.
Crawford is a former player and a very
well respected volleyball coach. He was also a standout soccer player and currently serves as the assistant coach of the boys
soccer team at Wooster High School. He has been a coach at Kidron for the past four years. Prior to that, he coached at Wooster
Elite for four years.
Finn helped to found the club in 2007. He plans to continue coaching J.O. at Kidron and high school at Triway.
“It has been very rewarding to be a part of this club for the last 10 years,” said Finn. “I believe we have
helped hundreds of girls develop their volleyball skills and raise the overall caliber of play in Wayne County during the
Jay Haver, who played a role in founding the club, will stay on as chief financial officer and administrator.
“Jay has done a phenomenal job during the past decade,” said Finn. “His tireless efforts, his keen insight,
and his invaluable wisdom have been a guiding light for this club. We are delighted that he will remain on in this position.”
for the appointment of Crawford, Finn said, “Mike is the ideal candidate for the position. He is extremely knowledgeable
and exceptionally organized. He has an outstanding work ethic, excellent people skills, and an imaginative vision for the
club. He also is an excellent leader and will take the club to new heights in the years to come.”
Crawford expressed excitement
and enthusiasm for his role as club director. “I am humbled and tremendously honored that John trusts me to take over
the club as its next director,” he said, “John has assured me he will be there to help as I get acclimated to
my new role, but I look forward to the challenge, and am excited to work with Jay and all the coaches in the coming seasons.”
Tournament Information and Directions
Information regarding tournaments can be accessed
from the Ohio Valley Region website (www.ovr.org). To retrieve information about an upcoming tournament, please click here, and then provide the relevant criteria. Once you have located your tournament,
click the Players' Info link to retrieve all the details, including starting times and directions.
The Kidron Volleyball Club is committed to the very highest standards of sportsmanship for players, coaches,
parents, family members and friends. Disrespect and negative criticism of officials, teammates, opponents, opponents'
coaches, parents and others is entirely unacceptable. We (players, parents, and coaches) all represent the club, so
let's be sure to do so in an honorable, dignified, graceful, and respectful manner.
Bad Weather and Practices
As a reminder, when the weather is bad, please never take risks if you are not comfortable with the
you have any questions, please feel free to contact John Finn at email@example.com.
Former Kidron Volleyball Club standouts (from left) Sarah Varcolla
(Youngstown State), Tori Leskovyansky (Walsh University), and Sydney Mast (Cleveland State) reunite during a match between
Youngstown State and Cleveland State on Oct. 30.
Volleyball Club standouts Marlowe Beatty, Alyson Near, and Carolyn Beatty helped to lead Mount Vernon Nazarene University
to the national tournament.