As the sport of volleyball and beach volleyball grow in popularity in the high school and collegiate ranks, the AVP…
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.
The 2017 AVP Tour is coming to a close, with the Chicago Championships rapidly approaching this weekend.
No. 3 seed Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena won their third AVP crown of the season, edging Trevor Crabb and Sean Rosenthal (23-25, 21-18, 15-10) in the Manhattan Open finals on Sunday.
Emily Day and Brittany Hochevar are AVP champions for the second straight tournament, following a top placing at the Hermosa Beach Open in July with a victory on Sunday.
No. 9 seed Reid Priddy and Ricardo Santos and No. 6 seed Theo Brunner and Casey Paterson are on to the Manhattan Beach Open semifinals after dispatching the top two seeds of the tournament in the quarterfinals.
Recent USC grads Kelly Claes and Sara Hughes have a shot at their first professional title after advancing through the contender’s bracket to the Manhattan Beach Open semifinals.
The top four seeds are through to the quarterfinals after blazing through their foes on Day 1 of the main draw on Manhattan Beach.