The new date of the East Coast Showcase each year will now be the last Sunday in November.  This should align our event with the NCAA recruiting calendar for Division I schools.  



Date: Sunday November 29, 2020

Location: TBA

Available Slots Per Session (By Position):

  • 48 Outside
  • 32 Middle
  • 32 Libero
  • 32 Setters
  • 16 Opposites

 Registration Guidelines

Register online HERE.  After you checkout (pay the fee), you will receive both a purchase confirmation email and a Welcome Email (within ~5 minutes) with additional details about the event.  Be sure to check your spam folder.             

  • Student-athletes may not change their session nor selected position.  Please select your session and the position you will play carefully, as you will be unable to make changes once you complete the registration process.
  • Student-athletes may register for both sessions--see below for more information.
  • The registration fee, payable by Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Paypal and Discover, is refundable through September 11, 2020. After this date, no refunds will be processed.
  • The information you enter into the registration form will be supplied directly to the coaches in attendance.  Please complete your player profile information carefully, as it will not be edited prior to printing in the book.
  • Student-athletes may request to be placed on the waiting list in the event that their desired position is full.  Simply fill out the Waiting List form HERE.

Registering For Both Sessions


Student-athletes may register for both sessions, if they would like to showcase their skills at multiple positions.  This is helpful for players who play at multiple positions (Ex: Setter with high school team and Libero with club team) and want to showcase their skills at more than one position during the event.  Participants may only perform at one position at each session.  Example: A player may register as a Setter for session one and a Libero for session two.  However, a player cannot register as a setter and Libero in session one. 

  • To attend BOTH sessions, you must register for each session separately.  Positions in each session are available on a first come, first served basis.  When all slots have been filled in a session, you can opt to participate in a different available position or attend a different session.

 Event Schedule

Session 1            

08:30am-09:00am: Participant Check-in
09:00am-09:15am: Opening Announcements
09:15am-10:00am: Position Play
10:00am-11:45am: Team Play
12:00pm-12:45pm: Collegiate Recruiting Seminar (for parents & players)


Session 2

11:15am-11:45am: Participant Check-in
12:00pm-12:45pm: Collegiate Recruiting Seminar (for parents & players)
12:45pm-01:00pm: Opening Announcements
01:00pm-01:45pm: Position Play
01:45pm-03:30pm: Team Play


Event Format

What makes our showcase unique is our responsiveness to the needs of our student-athletes as well as collegiate coaches.  In considering their requests and needs, we have developed a format that allows for the most effective and efficient use of time for all participants.  In order to accomplish this, our staff is composed of highly trained experts in the volleyball community.  Our Court Coaches provide guidance and instruction on the court during drill work and court play.  Our Skill Evaluators evaluate each student-athlete to identify strengths, weaknesses and overall skill level, relative to the all participants. 

Position Play

During this portion of the showcase student-athletes will be divided into groups based on their registered position.  Our Court Coaches will guide the student-athletes through a series of drills that are specific to their position. 

Team Play

During this portion of the showcase all student-athletes will be assigned to a court, based on their skill level as determined by their evaluation during team drills.  Student-athletes may participate on multiple courts and multiple positions during this time, depending upon their actual performance during the sets.

Collegiate Recruiting Seminar 

Each year we strive to provide student-athletes and their families with valuable information to assist them with the transition from high school to college. Whether they participate in collegiate athletics or not, we believe all high school student-athletes and their parents should be informed about the resources and opportunities available to them. Considered one of the most valuable experiences of the day, our Collegiate Recruiting Seminar provides insight into the college recruiting process from the eyes of college coaches. Typical topics of discussion include: what college recruiters want to see, how recruiters select players, the most effective ways to communicate interest to colleges, a day in the life of a college player, biggest mistakes of first year college athletes. The Collegiate Recruiting Seminar typically includes three NCAA Volleyball Coaches from Division II and III schools. This panel of college coaches will answer questions from parents and student-athletes in attendance.  


Event History

The purpose of our showcase event is to connect coaches from the NCAA, NAIA, Junior Colleges and Community Colleges to high school student-athletes, by providing an opportunity for players to perform in front of college recruiters. Each year we host approximately 320 student-athletes and 50-75 volleyball coaches at the event. While we primarily host student-athletes from the south, we have had participants travel from as far away as Hawaii, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Florida. We are pleased to host student-athletes from anywhere in the world.



The disclaimer statement below must be accepted by each participant or on behalf of each participant and/or their legal guardian. Lucky Dog Nation, Inc. is given below to the employees, directors and coaches affiliated with the Lucky Dog Volleyball Recruiting Showcase.


The participant (or legal guardian) acknowledges and accepts the risks inherent in the use of Lucky Dog Nation, Inc. services, equipment, and facilities occupied and operated by Lucky Dog Nation, Inc. and voluntarily assumes the risk of injury, accident, death, loss or cost of damage to his or her person or property which might arise from involvement with Lucky Dog Nation, Inc. and releases Lucky Dog Nation, Inc. and its operators and affiliates from all claims and liabilities.
The participant (or legal guardian) further certifies that he or she is in good physical health and is able to undertake and engage in the physical exercise and sport activities of this volleyball event. The participant assumes all responsibility for updating Lucky Dog Nation, Inc. of changes in physical condition and for reporting all incidences caused at this tournament to the tournament director on duty immediately.
The participant (or legal guardian) consents to emergency medical procedures deemed advisable in the event that participant or the emergency contact cannot be reached and participant has sustained serious injury that requires immediate and urgent medical attention.
Lastly, the participant (or legal guardian) also consents to the use of their imaging for future artwork in flyers and related marketing materials that are specifically for Lucky Dog Nation, Inc. related programs. 
Cancellation Policy 

Once a student-athlete successfully registers for the event, the fee is refundable through September 11, 2020. After this date no refunds will be processed. 
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