Top Female Athletes Honored in 2019 Ultra Ankle® JVA Watch List
The 2019 Ultra Ankle® JVA Watch List features 1,429 girls indoor junior volleyball players from 110 JVA member clubs across 30 states plus Canada. The players nominated are among the best in the nation in their age division this season.
"It is always an exciting time of the year to share our 2019 Ultra Ankle JVA Watch List with the volleyball community" shares JVA Executive Director Jenny Hahn. "Our Club Director members have selected these very talented young women to represent their club and the best of JVA. This amazing list of athletes now have the opportunity to be selected later this year for the Ultra Ankle® JVA All-National Team. Congratulations to each of the athletes and thank you for your hard work and dedication to our sport."
All 2019 Ultra Ankle® JVA Watch List honorees will be eligible for selection to the 2019 Ultra Ankle® JVA All-National Team in June. We are looking forward to watching these talented student athletes compete in the second half of the indoor season.
Click HERE to view the 2019 Ultra Ankle® JVA Watch List.
The players on the Ultra Ankle® JVA Watch List were nominated by a JVA Club Director during the nomination period in February. For more information on the Ultra Ankle® JVA Watch List click HERE.
About Ultra Ankle®
Ultra Ankle® is the leader in advanced ankle brace technology for volleyball and is proud to be the Official Ankle Brace of the JVA. The Ultra Zoom by Ultra Ankle is the best ankle brace in volleyball because it lasts 2-3 years and uses an athlete's body heat to form to the ankle. It allows players to move in all the natural ways while helping to restrict any excessive movement that may result in an ankle sprain. With Ultra Ankle, athletes play better and play more, losing less time to injuries. Learn more at: www.ultraankle.com.
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 1,300 member clubs, is the only organization that is focused entirely on youth and junior volleyball.