Welcome to our page dedicated to Northern Nevada Juniors (NNJ), the premier youth girls sports organization in Northern Nevada. On this page, you will find information on our involvement with NNJ, including links to photo galleries, order forms and much more.
Club tournament action photo passes are no longer available for purchase.
|NNJ Photo Galleries|
What can you expect from us?
We will photograph the 2020-2021 season portraits in December using a traditional volleyball setup (net in the background) and then will be photographing the teams during their tournaments in Reno and Roseville. Check out our work on this page so you know what to expect from us.
Creative Photo Contest
For the 2019-2020 portrait photos, we held a contest. In addition to the individual and team portraits, we asked each team to give us their best creative pose. Prizes were awarded to the top five, which were judged by the NNJ staff and us. Check out the photo below for this year's winners!
Northern Nevada Juniors Volleyball Club is dedicated to the promotion and development of girls' volleyball in Northern Nevada. We are based in the Reno/Sparks/Tahoe area and are a member of and participate in events sanctioned by the Northern California Volleyball Association, a region of USA Volleyball. The Northern Nevada Juniors program uses volleyball as a vehicle to improve each of our student athletes as both players and people, point by point. We promote discipline, commitment and teamwork and encourage competitive, confident attitudes while maintaining high levels of sportsmanship.
NNJ works to make sure the discipline players learn on the court is also transferred into the classroom. Our primary goal is provide the best skills and experience in order to help our student athletes reach their highest potential. Point by point, NNJ helps develop the total person, one who upholds standards of integrity and respect with strong character and self-esteem. We strive to help each athlete reach her personal goals--whether it is to play at the collegiate level, make the Varsity team in high school or learn cooperative life skills for success off the court.