• JVA Will Give $200,000 to JVA Sponsor Clubs This Season

    For the fourth consecutive year the JVA will give $200,000 back to JVA member clubs through the JVA Sponsor Program. Learn how your club can be a JVA Sponsor Club.

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  • Russ Rose and Mike Lingenfelter Lead Off JVA Webinar Series

    You don't want to miss this webinar "Creating a Culture of Un-Entitlement and Wins: From the Club Level to College and into Life" featuring two of the most successful coaches in the game today.

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  • The JVA Launches Take5 and Tuesdays with Mora Exclusively on the JVA Dig It App

    A volleyball player's time is limited, however there is now a simple way to incorporate fitness, mindfulness and mental training into the weekly routine.

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  • JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week

    This week's JVA Coach to Coach Video of the Week by Kairos Elite (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) shares a progression for training swing blocking for intermediate to advanced level players.

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  • Let JVA Ease Your Club Season Management

    Being a part of the JVA means having a support system and the tools to run your club successfully. The JVA is here to listen, unite and give back to our members. Be JVA United today!

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Recent Posts

From the JVA Office: Basketball Clubs Form New Grassroots Volleyball Movement in the Northeast

Over the past decade there has been a decline in girls basketball participation numbers, which has been partially accredited to the influx in girls volleyball athletes. Three years ago, for the first time, more high school girls played volleyball than basketball according to the National Federation of State High School Associations. A group of basketball club directors in the Northeast is recognizing an opportunity to utilize volleyball to their advantage, and form volleyball clubs to keep their athletes in-house. Read how this movement has created excitement and growth for girls volleyball in the Northeast.

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Boys Volleyball Calendar

Yes, boys volleyball can be a year-round sport. However, in most parts of the country, the participation numbers are not high enough to offer dedicated boys programs and travel teams. According to the NFHS.org the participation rates in boys high school volleyball has risen 12% in the last five years, which is the second highest among any sport. If you want to start or grow your boys program, take a look at this boys programming calendar from JVA clubs who started with small participations numbers and are now offering year round boys volleyball.

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