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Your club decision should be based upon the family goals for your PSA.
Does your PSA want to play within your region? Does she want a big school or small school? What position in college? Does she want to play right away or develop her skills? These are just a few questions which must be answered to determine how to use the club opportunity to best advantage of your VolleyFamily.
The reality is that National level clubs (those which travel outside of their region and compete in 2 or more National Qualifiers) will have their player's scouted/evaluated by more college coaches on average.
The weakness with the regional clubs in your area, is simply that the region is not a 'volleyball area' like Texas, Chicagoland or southern California. The smaller, non national clubs in these regions can still get seen by a variety of colleges, because schools outside of the region will travel in to evaluate players.
With your daughter's height (if she is done growing at 5'7"/5'8") she will be limited in her DI choices - Most likely Libero or setter (shorter setters are making a comeback in DI, thanks to the 15 subs allowed). D2/NAIA, she could play OH if she jumps well, along with setter/Libero.
I say this because even in your daughter plays with a National team, she would most likely be a player who is offered a scholarship/roster spot much later in the process - Senior year. This is not a bad thing, as it allows for a VolleyFamily to be more mature/seasoned in selecting a college and it means less chance for massive change at a program by committing late. But, it does lend to some level of stress for VolleyFamilies having to be patient.
One mistake which VolleyFamilies do make, is relying upon the club to handle or guide the recruiting process. There are so many good players, on so many clubs (both national and regional), that it can be a challenge to get noticed at club tournaments. VolleyFamilies are hoping that their PSA gets noticed on the coach's drive by recruiting - This is where coaches are wandering around courts just checking out players, after or in-between evaluating the hundreds of players in their database they are scheduled to see. If your PSA is a 6'3" oh who flies, then she will get noticed on the drive by....but a 5'7" Libero?
I strongly urge families to supplement their club involvement by being very active in the outreach process, most especially if you fall into the great middle class of talent. For these good, but plentiful players, it is the families which stay focused on managing the recruiting process that end up with the best opportunity for their PSA.
Videos, emails, updates should all be employed by VolleyFamilies and the outreach needs to be in the 200's of schools - Just emailing 25 is like buying 25 lottery tickets and hoping to hit the Powerball.
In situations such as yours, talented PSA who is 'competing' against thousands of other such PSA's, I recommend taking a hard look at NCSA Athletic Recruiting. Their resources and support will enable VolleyFamilies who are blessed with a good PSA, to obtain the best possible opportunity. They have a free site, which is amazing, and a paid site which is the best in the business and what I used when I was a college coach. Something to consider.
Good luck with the remainder of the high school season and in selecting the club which best fits the goals of the family.