• JVA Announces 8 Recipients of the JVA Junior Club Service Award

    This year the JVA is honoring 8 individuals from JVA member clubs with the JVA Junior Club Service Award for their service to junior volleyball for over 20 years.

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  • Nationally Known Keynote Speaker Headlines AVCA Convention

    The JVA Annual Meeting is fast approaching and this year, the JVA is hosting nationally known keynote speaker Dr. Gregory Dale who will present "Strategies to Develop More Confident, Consistent and Coachable Athletes."

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  • 59 Clubs Named 2018 JVA Sponsor Clubs

    The JVA is proud to announce that in it's third consecutive year of the JVA Sponsorship Program, a record 59 indoor clubs are named JVA Sponsor Clubs.

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    JVA events guarantee a high quality event and a great experience for all participants. Find out why most JVA events sell out quickly, register today!

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    Being a part of the JVA means having a support system and the tools to run your club successfully. The JVA gives back to its members.

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  • JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week

    This week's JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week by KIVA (Louisville, KY) shares 4 serve receive drills they use to train their players to track the ball when passing a serve.

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Matt Linebarger only needs a moment to answer a question about his club’s culture.

Club Savannah Volleyball in Georgia doesn’t have the luxury to turn any passionate player away, he says.

“Savannah is very small,” says Linebarger, the club’s director. “In some cities, there are so many people, and you could be more cutthroat. But here you can’t can’t burn bridges. Everybody knows everybody.”

Besides, Savannah's nickname is "Hostess City of the South."

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JVA Announces 8 Recipients of the JVA Junior Club Service Award

The growth of our sport, along with the consistent success of the JVA would not exist without the dedication and loyalty of the coaches, club directors and administrators of JVA member clubs. This year the JVA is honoring 8 individuals from JVA member clubs with the JVA Junior Club Service Award for their service to junior volleyball for over 20 years.

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I think we can all agree that Social Media Platforms have taken over as the main mode of information dissemination for both business and personal use. We have discovered over the past few years how extremely important our social media platforms have become to our athletes, families, alumni, high school and college programs, associations and our competition. In 2017, Munciana VBC became the most followed club on twitter with over 5,300 followers. Now in the vast expanse of these platforms, that number seems extremely small, but that number can be deceptive. Social Media giant, Brandwatch (the world's leading social intelligence company) tells us that number is not indicative of the actual number of people who see your post, only the number of people who have chosen to follow you. Depending on your social media privacy settings, that number could literally be 10x greater.

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