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Vision

To provide opportunities for individuals to achieve their dreams though the art of competitive play.   


Established in 2001

Quicksets Volleyball Club started as a small team with a goal to provide opportunities to players (at risk, in housing or novice) to train and follow their dreams to play at a collegiate level.  

Throughout the years, Quicksets has provided multiple opportunities for players to play at many different levels of volleyball. (Junior College, D1, D2 Collegiate levels and International/Professional levels.  

‚ÄčIn addition, Quicksets has also provided many opportunities for their coaches to coach at Collegiate levels.

After taking a short hiatus, Quicksets Volleyball is back again providing opportunities to build a future through volleyball! 

Our Goal

Open your mind and build your dreams! Aspire, have Ambition and continue to Hope by pursuing a future through the many life lessons of competitive play.


We are Back! The Revival!

QUICKSETS VBC was founded in 2001 by Coach Sheri (Sagayaga) Cariaga. At the time, Coach Sheri was in her third year as the Girls' Varsity Head Coach at Moanalua High School and coming off her fourth season with ASICS Rainbows VBC when she saw the need for more opportunities for OIA student-athletes to play competitive club volleyball. That year first year, her six seniors signed letters-of-intent to play volleyball at the collegiate level and QUICKSETS VBC was now going to be a fixture in the competitive landscape of the Aloha Region. QUICKSETS VBC would eventually become home to some of the best talent in the state with athletes representing the OIA, ILH, BIIF, and the KIF.


At its peak in 2006, QUICKSETS VBC had a total of 12 teams!!! Our club featured Boys 18s & 17s, Girls 18s (2 teams), 17s (2 teams), 16s (2 teams), 15s, 14s (2 teams), and a 12s team. The QUICKSETS VBC coaching staff featured a  who's-who of local coaching talent including Sheri Sagayaga, Noah Casaquit, Aven Lee, Renwick Cefra, Daryl Tamashiro, Patti Hardimon, Donovan Martinez, Henry Valiente, Chayna Tesoro, Pua Tuyay, Kent Ma, Myles Shioji, and Randy Nako to name a few.


After the 2008 season, Coach Sheri was offered by the newly hired HPU Womens' VB Head Coach, Darryl Kapis, to assist him at the collegiate ranks. Although leaving behind the local volleyball club scene, she saw this as a different venue to help showcase the state's talent. Coach Sheri spent a few seasons with the HPU Sea Warriors and moved on to assist one of her former players, Kahala Kabalis, at Chaminade University.

In 2014, we decided to make a comeback to the local volleyball club scene and here we are again opening up the minds of our youth and building dreams! 

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