THE ARETE STORY
Since 2010, the Diff became a very well known club in the Colorado area and nationally because of their success and character on and off the court. The positive impact the club had on each player and their families was very apparent and something that meant a lot to the then coach, Josh Kreunen. In the new role of club director, Josh aspires to continue the vision of the Diff club director, Trisha Kroll. Arete Volleyball Club will continue a strong track record of preparing athletes for the next level and placing them into various levels of post-high school volleyball that fit each individual by developing the mental and physical aspects of being a complete athlete.
THE DIFF STORY
Alan and Trisha Kroll built The Diff in the Fall of 2010. They established this non-profit organization with the sole purpose of trying to make a difference in the lives of young athletes. Alan and Trisha have had a heart for young people and sports for as long as they can remember.
In 2012, Trisha started The Diff VBC. In the club’s first year the 14 Black team finished 3rd in the region and qualified for Junior Nationals in the USA Division. In 2013-2014 (The Club’s second year of existence), the 15 Black team finished 4th in the Region and qualified for Junior Nationals in the National Division. In 2014-2015 The Diff 16 Black got 5th at Nationals in the Patriot division. In 2015-2016 The Diff 17 Black team won JNQs and clinched the National bid for the RMR region and The Diff 16 Black team earned a Bronze Medal at Girls Junior Nationals in Indianapolis being one of the only teams from Colorado to Medal at Nationals that year. In 2016-2017 The Diff 17s team placed 2nd in Open in Las Vegas and Qualified at the Big South Qualifier in the USA Division. In 2017-2018 The Diff 17s team won the Windy City Qualifier and qualified for Nationals and the Diff 18s team got 2nd at Crossroads and qualified for nationals and The Diff 16s won the Junior National Qualifier for the Rocky Mountain Region and qualified for nationals. In 2018-2019 The Diff 18s won Crossroads and placed 5th at Nationals, The Diff 17s won JNQs and qualified for Nationals and The Diff 16s got second at Far West Qualifier and qualified for Nationals. Trisha has loved seeing the positive impact The Diff VBC has made in the lives of so many athletes over the years and is excited for The Arete Volleyball Club to continue to make a difference in years to come!
Arete Open Gyms
Spring/Summer Open Gyms
Monday, July 10, 2023
Arete 15s 12:15 - 2:15pm
Arete 16s 2:30 - 4:30pm
Arete 17s 10:00-12:00pm
Arete 18s 10:00-12:00pm
Tryouts will be held @ The Courts in Northglenn
11295 Washington St, Northglenn, CO 80233
ARETE COACHING STAFF
Private Lessons - One on One Coaching - Small Group Lessons
The people behind the scenes that make Arete Volleyball great!
In 2022, the Diff Volleyball Club transitioned into Arete Volleyball. With the new name came a new director, Josh Kreunen. Josh coached the 16s, 17s, and 18s at the Diff and as Arete's Club Director (and coach), he aspires to continue the vision of the Diff club director, Trisha Kroll. Arete Volleyball will continue a strong track record of preparing athletes for the next level and placing them into various levels of post-high school volleyball that fit each individual by developing the mental and physical aspects of being a complete athlete.
Director of Operations
Juliane Mosebar is entering her fifth season as Director of Operations at The Diff/Arete. In 2018 she led the 17s Team to a championship at the RMR Bid Tournament, securing a National Bid. In addition to managing club operations, she oversees Arete’s beach events as well as youth programs, clinics, camps and open gyms.
After attending UCLA and UC, she competed on the USA National Training Team for both indoor and beach. She has been trained by some of the world’s best coaches including Hugh McCutcheon, Karch Kiraly, Jamie Morrison and Paula Weishoff.
As both a coach and player, Juliane has earned multiple gold and bronze medals from the USAV Girls Junior National Championships and Qualifiers. Her club teams have earned five straight bids in the last five years and have finished top 10 in the region for their age divisions in both Colorado and California.
In 2018 she was named the BoCo Preps 4A Coach of the Year while coaching at Mead High School. In 2021, she led Fossil Ridge HS to an undefeated Conference Championship and was named the 5A Front Range Conference Coach of the Year. Juliane is the owner of Aspire Beach Club in Brighton and Windsor.
Director of Coaching