Micah Christenson is Having the Best WCH of Any Setter

Micah Christenson has led the United States to a perfect 7-0 record in the World Championships, and his hitters are more efficient than any other team in the tournament.

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How To Coach While Considering the Changing Athlete Mentality

The increasing discussions regarding the “change of the athlete mentality,” has resulted in many coaches feeling overwhelmed with what to do, who to talk to, and what to implement to advance their athlete’s abilities and talents.

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NCAA Basketball Throws Out RPI for New System; Should Volleyball Do the Same?

The RPI is being thrown away for a more novel system in college basketball, so why not bring one to volleyball?

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Two Years Out From the Olympics: U.S. Men’s Edition

July 24, 2018 marks who years out from the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Kiraly Adding to His Legacy as a Coach

Karch Kiraly is one of the greatest, if not the greatest volleyball players of all time, and he is the only player to win Olympic gold medals in beach and indoor. After winning the VNL, he is continuing to build his legacy as a coach.

Are VNL Struggles a Part of German Coach Gianni’s Plan?

Germany has gotten off to a slow start to the Volleyball Nations League, though coach Andrea Giani has shown the ability to lead teams to unprecedented levels of success.

Could Long Beach State Be the Next In-Line to Win Back-to-Back Titles?

The trend of back-to-back champions could continue in 2019 with Long Beach State after their 2018 triumph.

Should the Men’s NCAA Tournament Field Be Expanded?

With the success of the latest NCAA Tournament and backing from LBSU head coach Alan Knipe, here’s why the NCAA should expand the men’s tournament.

Ohio State Relishing the Opportunity to Play the Underdog

Despite winning back-to-back National Championships, the pressure isn’t on Ohio State in 2018 as they prepare for LBSU.

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What If DI-II Men’s Volleyball Had a Secondary Postseason Tournament?

What if there was a secondary postseason tournament for DI-II Men’s Volleyball teams that didn’t make the NCAA Tournament?

Two-Time Defending Champions Ohio State Pushed to Play-In-Game

Likely for geographic and monetary purposes, Ohio State was surprisingly pushed behind Harvard to appear in the play-in-game.

UNC’s Holly Carlton Makes For The Perfect Dual Threat On The Court

Being a dual threat on the volleyball court is a huge advantage for any player or team. North Carolina has found that talent in their 6-7 setter/Opposite Hitter, Holly Carlton who is able to switch her role for the team on a whim.

3 Reasons Why Fans Shouldn’t Worry about Team USA’s Poor Youth Results

Team USA youth teams have only won medals in FIVB youth tournaments twice out of 74 tries. But why shouldn’t fans be worried with these very poor performances?

Here’s Why You Should Not Forgo Your High School Senior Season

Recently, a trend with high school seniors has been growing – forgoing their senior season before heading off to college.

Behind The Block: The Importance Of Out Of Practice Training

Having finished our club awards Banquet it is apparent we have solid foundation in the blocking department. Leading the way was our 6’6” Florida commit with 128 blocks followed by a 6’4” MB committed to St. John’s, with 118 blocks for the club season.

Are April Ross And Lauren Fendrick The New American Beach Super Duo?

The 2017 season has been a whirlwind for women’s beach volleyball, seeing that, arguably, the two best beach players split up their partnership in early May – April Ross and Kerri Walsh Jennings.

So You Want to Be a Volleyball Fan

So you want to be a volleyball fan? You love the staccato excitement and the rallies, but you’re not really…

No Becky, Fried Chicken Is Not A Snack

Here we are again on the verge of yet another Girls Jr National Championships tournament. The biggest challenge for me and my crew is the “What do we get the girls to eat” dilemma.

Margie Mara Recieves the USAV Frier Award

On May 24, 2017 in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA volleyball honored Margie Mara with the Harold T. Friermood “Fier” Award at the Dorothy…

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