American Sports Memories Selected As Official Sports Videographer for A5 Volleyball Club

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Premier club enhances sports recruiting video services for college-bound athletes. American Sports Memories to provide sports video and editing services during college combines, volleyball tournaments, and facilitated workouts.

American Sports Memories creates sports recruiting videos for high school athletes seeking college scholarships

We selected American Sports Memories because of their superior customer service, and ability to apply both video and editing expertise with sports knowledge…a rare combination. - Michael Fletcher, Club Director

A5 Volleyball Club announced that American Sports Memories has been chosen to provide sports recruiting video services for volleyball athletes in the upcoming season. In conjunction with its training arm, Volley Performance, A5 will utilize experienced sports videographers provided by American Sports Memories to capture footage of their athletes during facilitated skill sessions. American Sports Memories will edit this footage into sports recruiting videos to support each athlete’s pursuit of a college scholarship.

“Most of our athletes have developed the skills to play college volleyball,” said Bob Westbrook, President and CEO of Volley Performance. “We find it advantageous for most athletes to create a compelling recruiting video for the purpose of marketing themselves to their targeted universities.”

In addition to A5 skill sessions facilitated by some of the top coaches in the country, American Sports Memories will also videotape athletes attending any of the seven volleyball tournaments hosted by A5 and Southern Volleyball Tournaments during the 2014 season. Sports video editing services will then spotlight each player’s position on the court, providing coaches and recruiters with an excellent opportunity to assess athletic skills during game situations. American Sports Memories enables players to combine their skill session video with edited game footage to create a holistic college recruiting video.

“We selected American Sports Memories because of their superior customer service, and ability to apply both video and editing expertise with sports knowledge…a rare combination” said Michael Fletcher, Club Director for A5. “They were very easy to work with during our skill sessions, and provided crisp editing that perfectly showcased the unique strengths of each athlete. Their recruiting videos were ready for review within days of each workout session, and the feedback from both the parents and athletes has been overwhelmingly positive.”

The opportunity to support volleyball athletes seeking college scholarships was a key driver for Steven Langer, Chief Executive Officer for American Sports Memories. “We have been producing college recruiting videos for athletes in many sports, including soccer, basketball, football, softball and baseball. Our company is delighted to work side-by-side with some of the best coaches in the industry to produce outstanding volleyball recruiting videos for the next generation of college-bound athletes!”

Earning 13 bids to the 2013 USAV National Championship Tournament - most in the country - A5 Volleyball Club is recognized as one of the top volleyball clubs in the United States. Including two sister clubs—A5 South and GA5—the A5 organization will field 65 teams from ages 10 through 18 in 2014. Those teams receive expert coaching at three facilities around the greater Atlanta area. Over the past two years, 100% of the 94 graduating seniors earned the opportunity to play the sport in college. Learn more by visiting

American Sports Memories offers sports recruiting video services to high school athletes around the country. Athletes can request high definition videotaping in select locations, and parents from around the country can submit raw footage for sports editing services with rapid turnaround times. Learn more by visiting

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