From the JVA Office: Cooperation Among the Highest Levels Governing Our Sport Strengthens the Common Good
JVA, as a professional association of Club Directors and their [...]
Richmond Volleyball Club was founded in 1981 to meet the demand for recreational volleyball in the Central Virginia area. Today, the club serves more than 1,800 adult members and over 1,000 junior players, ages 7-18. Learn more about how our JVA Club of...
The 2019 Ultra Ankle® JVA Watch List features 1,429 girls indoor junior volleyball players from 110 JVA member clubs across 30 states plus Canada. The players nominated are among the best in the nation in their age division this season.
Similar to indoor, collegiate beach volleyball is a team game, and it is the fastest growing NCAA sport over the last five years in Division I. And the juniors are following suit. Now it's time for junior beach events to mirror the college game. Here are three benefits of the Club vs Club format and why it is essential for the continued development of junior and collegiate beach volleyball.
The JVA is pleased to announce a partnership with the National Volleyball Association to bring live professional men's volleyball to three JVA hosted events this season. Participants will have the opportunity to witness high level competition during the JVA event, and the NVA athletes will be available for autographs, photo opportunities, and to answer any questions for aspiring youth. Read more about this exciting opportunity.
GREAT coaches are leaving the coaching world. Not because they're ready to retire after a long, polished career. GREAT coaches are quitting. GREAT coaches are being pushed out. GREAT coaches are realizing it's unfortunately not all about the athletes. Let's dive into four ways to keep the GREAT coaches coaching, along with some advice for coaches who are facing a challenge.
The blocker has a strategic role in beach that can be broken up into a few different segments. As the front defender, the blocker changes the way the attacker makes the ball cross the net either by blocking the ball...
There are so many aspects to managing a club that require a Director's attention. From managing a team of coaches to scheduling practices, the work never ends. As a result, it can be difficult to stay on top of things like uniforms and equipment, which is why so many orders are placed last minute and can lead to troubling consequences and many headaches! What if there was a solution to the uniform ordering dilemma that saved you time and gave you the space to focus on more important elements of your club?