College volleyball stole the show in September with a schedule affected by hurricanes, impacted by major injuries and highlighted by milestone wins and upsets. The World Grand Champions Cup, AVP Championship and much more also dotted the volleyball landscape.
August was jam packed with international beach volleyball on the AVP and FIVB Tours as well as in world championships, while the college season geared up.
July brought the women’s World Grand Prix, the culmination of the men’s World League and several AVP and FIVB beach titles en route to the Beach World Championships slated for the end of the month.
June was filled with beach volleyball on both the AVP and FIVB Tours, while the indoor focus turned to the FIVB Men’s World League and women’s Pan American Cup and Montreaux Masters tournaments.
May wrapped up both the NCAA men’s and beach seasons, kicked off the AVP Tour and crowned champions in the Russian Super League, Polish League and Women’s Club World Championship among others.
As year-end countdowns gear up, the AVP turned to its staff photographer Mpu Dinani to share his favorite shots from…
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2017 in wrapping up and the AVP Tour Awards have been announced following the first year of Gold Series stops and more points awarded to players.
April Ross announced she is teaming up with Stanford alum Alex Klineman for the 2018 pro season and the next Olympic training quad.
Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena won 3 of the 8 stops on the AVP Tour in 2018.
For the first time since 2010, no Americans were included in the 2017 class.
Ryan Doherty and John Hyden, who together won the 2017 AVP Championship, are splitting up according to Doherty’s facebook page.
AVPFirst will induct Sinjin Smith, a 92-time AVP Champion, to their Wall of Champions on November 5th. The event will include…
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In a tough two-set match, John Hyden and Ryan Doherty take down the reigning champions Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena for the AVP Tour title in Chicago.
After starting out as the #12 seed in the tournament, Kelly Claes and Sara Hughes fight to take the final AVP Tour stop in Chicago away from Summer Ross and Brooke Sweat.
For the men, qualifying seeds 1-6 as well as the No. 25 and No. 26 teams survived to move on to Friday’s action. The top eight women’s qualifiers advanced.
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