Orange County, CA -- It is that time again, the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is kicking off their 2019 AVCA Convention in Pittsburgh, PA from December 18-21. At the 2018 AVCA convention, NVA sent 15 of their athletes as demonstrators for their coaching clinics at the convention. This year, NVA will be presenting and honor the top collegiate volleyball athletes in the country on December 20th at the AVCA All-America/Players of the Year Banquet. Furthermore, the NVA will have a significant footprint on the collegiate men’s season through sponsoring the Division I-II and Division III Men’s Coaches Polls as well as the All-American Awards for Division I-II, Division III, and the NAIA.

The AVCA, headquartered in Lexington, KY., has a membership of 7,000 members and counting, from many levels, from youth and high school to Olympic coaches. Their mission is to advance the sport of volleyball with AVCA coaches at the epicenter of leadership, advocacy and professional development, this all according to their website. The AVCA is responsible for selecting multiple honors at all levels of the sport including collegiate All-Americans, player of the year, coach of the year, just to name a few. With such a big influence on the sport of volleyball, NVA is honored and excited to partner with such a distinguished organization.

The NVA looks to continue to grow its involvement in the volleyball community beyond their partnership with the AVCA. We would like to use this event and relationship to gain momentum going into our 2020 season. Our 2020 NVA season will have 8 teams, and will last from April to June with multiple events. There is many more exciting things to come, so follow us on social media and stay updated with our website for important updates and exciting volleyball to come. Please feel free to reach out to us in person or by email with any questions about what we have planned. Join us on our journey into 2020.

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LAST MATCH Apr 06, 2019




25:15 | 20:25 | 25:22 | 20:25 | 15:9

#22 Middle Blocker
#5 Opposite
#3 Middle Blocker
#1 Opposite
#4 Setter
#10 Opposite
#6 Libero
#18 Outside Hitter
#7 Outside Hitter
#8 Setter
#14 Outside Hitter
#2 Outside Hitter
#27 Libero
#12 Middle Blocker
#11 Outside Hitter
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