Up North: Summer volleyball begins at Skyline
With temperatures the highest they’ve been since September 19th, players of all skill sets headed to Skyline Social and Games for the start of the 2022 Summer Volleyball Leagues on Monday.
“It’s the first night of summer league starting which we all wait for all winter because it means summer sun, volleyball, and beer,” said Stefanie Siroin, a league player.
The league runs from May through September, and boast divisions for every skill set from adult co-ed, women’s-only, college, and high school volleyball leagues.
“We offer rec and different divisions as well Monday through Thursday nights, so we have a lot of variety there. We offer different variety of levels for skill of all ages,” said Shannon Blomgren, the Manager of League Development.
Not only are they accommodating for a variety of talent, the staff at Skyline is also ready for all the elements that come with playing in Minnesota.
“Snow is nothing for us, we work night and day to make sure our courts are ready, tilled, and awesome for our players. Whether we have to remove it ourselves or not,” added Blomgren
“All my friends we play and it’s a great way to get outdoors. We are in a small town and city so the beer is fun, the atmosphere is fun, and the tournaments are fun,” concluded Siroin.
Volleyball is just one of six summer leagues offered by Skyline. They also offer bean bags, bocce ball, spikeball, cribbage, and duck pin bowling. To learn more, click here.