JVA Announces 8 Recipients of the JVA Junior Club Service Award


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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.

"A coach not only trains an athlete,  but has an impact on their life" shares JVA Executive Director Jenny Hahn. "We are proud to honor these coaches with 20 years and 30 years of service. It is immeasurable how many of their athletes are now valuable contributors to our communities due to their dedication to their kids and our sport."

The JVA Junior Club Service Award honors junior volleyball Club Directors, Coaches and Administrators for their service to junior volleyball for at least 20 years.

The honorees are currently directing, coaching or administering in a JVA member club, and were nominated by their peer(s) for their outstanding dedication to junior volleyball. The JVA is proud to acknowledge these individuals for their passion and commitment over the years.

Vicki Fleissner - Director of Coaching. NKJV (KY)
Cindy Gritzman - Club Director. Top Flight Volleyball Club (IL)
Sean Gritzman - Owner. Top Flight Volleyball Club (IL)
Chad Marshall - Head Coach - 16 Elite. The Academy Volleyball Club (IN)
Susan Meadows - Master Head Coach. Axis Elite Volleyball Academy (SC) 
Scott Mebruer - Executive Director. High Performance-StL (MO) 
Skip Weston - Junior Director. Richmond Volleyball Club (VA) 
Jen Woolf - Club Director. NKJV (KY)

Click here to view more information on each honoree. Click here to learn more about JVA Awards.

About the Junior Volleyball Association

The Junior Volleyball Association (JVA) is a non-profit organization that promotes the growth of youth and junior volleyball through program and resource development, education and events. The organization was formed in 2006 with a primary focus of being a voice for junior volleyball club directors and coaches, and to this day with nearly 1,100 member clubs, is the only organization that is focused entirely on youth and junior volleyball.


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