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  • 2016 JVA Watch List

    Nominate your standout players currently in graduation class 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 by February 26th. Players nominated will also be considered for the 2016 JVA All-National Team.

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  • JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week

    Summit Volleyball Club (Fort Wayne, IN) shares a snapshot of their Volleybeans and Volleysprouts class that introduces volleyball to the youngest ages.

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  • Win over $5,000 in the JVA Video Contest

    The 2016 JVA Video Contest will award $10,000 in prizes to the winning JVA volleyball teams! Share your team's fun and creative side while showcasing what the JVA is all about. Contest begins Monday, February 15th!

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  • Register for JVA SummerFest!

    After an outstanding inaugural JVA Rock 'N Rumble in Cleveland, we're gearing up for JVA SummerFest in Columbus, Ohio June 4-5th. Join us!

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  • Include Your Event in the JVA Dig It App

    JVA Rock 'N Rumble participants will have event updates, local deals and all important tournament information in the palm of thier hands this weekend with the JVA Dig It App! Download the app on your smartphone for free today! Contact us to add your event

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    View the ways to be a JVA member and learn more about your member benefits.

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Recent Posts

Realistic Expectations in the Recruiting Process

Back in the day, when I was a young, handsome Division I volleyball head coach, I would receive hundreds of emails a week from recruits. Unfortunately, a significant percentage of these emails were from players who did not have the ability to make my team better. It is important for high school players wanting to play at the collegiate level to have realistic expectations of what level they can play. Only one percent of high school volleyball players will go on to play NCAA Division I college volleyball. If a player does not have realistic expectations the recruiting process might pass by and the student athlete could miss out on a chance to find the right fit.

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What's On Your Plate in February?

Even though it's the middle of winter and feels like club season just began, most Club Directors are already planning summer programs. Ethos Volleyball Club Director Troy Helton (Nashville, TN) shares what's keeping him busy in this month's "What's On Your Plate" feature.

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Creating Competitive Game-Like Drills for Junior Volleyball

The best drill to learn to pass is to do a drill in which you PASS – set – hit; the best drill to learn to set is a drill in which you pass – SET – hit; and the best drill to learn to hit is to pass – set – HIT. What this quote, attributed to former national team coach Marv Dunphy, implies is that skills are best learned within the context of the game and not as isolated entities. How do we incorporate game-like drills into our practices and make them competitive?

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