RUSH VOLLEYBALL CLUB TO PARTNER WITH LEGACY SPORTS USA, WILL MAKE NEW HOME AT MESA’S LEGACY SPORTS PARK IN 2022

CLUB WILL OFFER YOUTH DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUES, TRAVEL TEAMS, CLUB VOLLEYBALL AND MORE

MESA, Ariz. – RUSH Volleyball, one of the most competitive volleyball clubs in the Valley, is partnering with Legacy Sports USA and will call Legacy Sports Park in Mesa its new home starting in 2022.

Legacy Sports Park will manage and operate RUSH Volleyball Powered by Legacy Sports USA, which will be led by RUSH Volleyball Managing Director Tim Zemp, who has been appointed Director of Boys Volleyball for Legacy Sports Park.  

RUSH Volleyball will offer Youth Developmental Leagues (ages 8-14), Travel Teams (ages 13-18), year-round Club Volleyball, Collegiate ID Camps, skills clinics and various other training opportunities. 

“RUSH Volleyball is one of the premiere volleyball clubs in the Valley, we are extremely excited for this new partnership,” said Brett Miller, President of Legacy Sports USA.  “Tim brings a wealth of volleyball experience and has been integral in growing RUSH Volleyball into an elite club, something we look forward to continue building at Legacy Sports Park.”

Zemp has been the Managing Director for RUSH Volleyball since its inception in 2015, and in that time has helped the club grow from just one team to now 22 Boys and Girls teams all across the state, while sending a number of athletes to collegiate programs around the country. 

He attended Brigham Young University – Hawaii, where he was an Assistant Coach for the Seasider Women’s Volleyball team.  After graduation he received numerous coaching offers in the Valley, and in 2015 took over as Head Coach for Varsity Girls Volleyball at American Leadership Academy in Queen Creek, which made its first every playoff appearance under Zemp’s guidance.  While at ALA-QC he also started the Boys Volleyball program, which has become one of the top High School Boys Volleyball programs in Arizona.  In just three years the Patriots were Arizona 5A runners-up after a 34-4 season, and they also were state semifinalists in 2019.  ALA-QC Boys Volleyball is currently ranked No. 1 in 4A as its heads toward a State Playoff run.  

“Legacy Sports Park is a world-class sports facility and we can’t wait to showcase our competitive volleyball program, not just for athletes in Arizona, but throughout the country,” Zemp said.   “The facility and all of its amenities will change the way Boys Volleyball grows in the state of Arizona, we look forward to being at the forefront of that growth.”

Legacy Sports Park is a privately owned, 320-acre multi-use family sports and entertainment complex in Mesa, Ariz., currently under construction with plans to officially open to the public in January of 2022. Legacy Sports Park will create more than 1,500 jobs and generate hundreds of millions of dollars in direct economic impact back to the surrounding community, with an expected three million visitors annually.  Legacy Sports Park is the vision of Randy J. Miller, Chairman of Legacy Sports USA, Chad J Miller, CEO of Legacy Sports USA, and Olympic Gold Medalist Dan O’Brien, Director of Performance Training at Legacy Sports Park. In addition, Legacy Sports Park will also include a multi-purpose arena and outdoor amphitheater designed for live events, family shows, exhibitions, and conventions. The project will be developed in one single phase constructing outdoor and indoor team athletic facilities geared to high energy entertainment, sports venues.  For more information on Legacy Sports Park visit LegacySportsUSA.com.  For a virtual tour visit https://www.legacysportsusa.com/virtualtour.  

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Boys Volleyball , Sports Directors

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