The San Diego State Aztecs have invited USYVL players to attend the Volleyball match Saturday, Nov 1  at 1:00 p.m. against the University of Wyoming.


Ticket can be purchased at the door for $5.00 each.  Parking is $1.00 per hour. 


San Diego State is located at 5302 55th St, San Diego, CA 92182. The match will be at Peterson Gym.


Remember to wear your USYVL t-shirt!

 

 

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Registration for the Spring 2015 season is now open! Register today to secure your spot early, and take advantage of the $20 discount we offer to those who register prior to December 1. Click here to find a program near you!

 

If you don’t see a program in your area, let us know and we’ll work with you to help bring the nation’s fastest-growing youth volleyball league to you!

 

And if you’d like to play volleyball with your friends next season, please consider handing them a completed Refer-a-Friend flyer. You get a cool gift for referring your friend and you get to learn to play volleyball with them. And most importantly, you can refer as many friends as you want; the more friends you refer, the more free gifts you get!

 

 

 

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What’s the best way to end the Fall season? Register for Spring 2015 and get a mini volleyball!

Registration opens Oct 15th.

The Molten mini volleyball is a perfect gift, souvenir, crowd-pleaser and the best way to collect your teammates signatures!

So if you are a current Fall 2014 participant, register online prior to the final day of your fall season, and take the receipt to your Site Director on the final day to get a mini volleyball!  

You can also register in person on the final day (checks only) and get a mini volleyball.  Remember you must be a current Fall 2014 participant!

 

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Regular Registration for the Fall 2014 season will end August 18th.

We have 4 age divisions 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-15. 

Don't miss out on a great season of volleyball with USYVL!  Register Today.

 

Please click here to register today!

 

 

 

 

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Learning proper techniques from the outset can be important for many disciplines, and volleyball certainly is no exception. United States Youth Volleyball League’s (USYVL) proven teaching methods help kids develop proper form in a fun, supportive environment. With Clinicians – our experts in volleyball instruction -- at each site overseeing the teaching curriculum, ensuring that our coaches are utilizing the most effective coaching methods, the kids are given a proven system for success. There is nothing more fun than watching the joy kids have while they learn, and improve upon, their volleyball skills. 

 

Many of the kids in USYVL go on to play volleyball in high school and college. More importantly, all players take with them the spirit of teamwork and sportsmanship, which has benefits well beyond the boundaries of the court.   

 

Find out more about programs in your area. If you do not have a USYVL program in your community, and would like to help start one, give the USYVL National Office a call at (888) 988-7985.  Click here to view the list of existing programs. Registration is open.

 

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When you think of Griffith Park, what do you think of first? The observatory? Famous film location? The zoo? The Greek Theatre? L.A. Equestrian Center? Well, now you can add to that the latest United States Youth Volleyball League (USYVL) site.

The largest municipal park in the Unites States with urban wilderness, Griffith Park has been the site of many movies (think the classic Rebel Without a Cause), TV shows and commercials. Sometimes, it is referred to as the Los Angeles’ Central Park. However, at 4,310 acres, it is actually much larger than Central Park.

 

Taking place on Wednesdays and Saturdays from April 2 through May 31, the USYVL spring season in Griffith Park will give families in the Los Feliz area with children ages 7 to 15 easy access to a program. Registration is now available at the Los Feliz site at a special early registration rate of $135 per child. Multi-child discounts are available.  The registration fee goes to $155 on March 1, 2014. See you in the park! 

 

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Azusa Pacific University has invited USYVL players and parents to attend the volleyball match Saturday, Nov 1st at 3:00 p.m. against Dixie State University!  


Entry into the game is FREE to USYVL players, volunteer coaches, and parents! 


Azusa Pacific University is located at 701 East Foothill Blvd, Azusa, CA.


If you will be attending, register online using the form below. Remember to wear your USYVL t-shirt and we look forward to seeing you!

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When Tom Hoff called and told me about Tim, there was no question as to what to do!

We put together a package of items that a 15 year old volleyball player should have.  A Park & Sun Spectrum net system, Molten volleyball, Asics backpack and a couple of other items.

There was a wonderful reception at the Anaheim White House, where Stephanie McCormick the CEO from the Orange County/Inland Empire Make-a-Wish Foundation explained that this was the largest gift granting that the Make a wish foundation has ever done.  Not only were they sending Tim and his family, but a large number of kids and their families from the US and around the world to the London Olympics. 

The send off included a number of former Olympians; Jamie Komer, the 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist in Water Polo, Peter Vidmar, the 1984 Double Gold & Silver Medalist in Men’s Gymnastics, Pat McCormick, a 1952 & 1956 Olympic Gold Medalist.  To top it off, Reid Priddy and Clay Stanley who will be leading the Men’s National Team in  London.

The star of the day though, was Tim!  He is a very humble kid who has his sights on becoming a member of the USA Men’s National Volleyball Team.  After spending a couple hours with him I realized that he knows what is important and is willing to work hard to get there.  

We hope to see Tim at some of the USYVL sites upon his return to talk about his Olympic experience.

 

Randy Sapoznik              

Executive Director

 

Click here to see the NBC video

Click here to read the USA Volleyball story

 

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On a sunny Wednesday afternoon, professional beach volleyball players Billy Allen, Andrew Fuller and Janelle Allen took a stroll to the Hermosa Beach USYVL site.

 

They took this opportunity to do some volleyball skill demonstrations for the kids, show them what playing volleyball at a higher level is like and topped it off with some cool prizes.

 

The players graciously stayed to watch the kids play their scheduled games and at the end signed autographs for each one!

 

Thank you to Billy, Andrew and Janelle for making it a very special day for the Hermosa Beach USYVL kids!

 

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