The 2015 Spring registration period is underway and you have until April 1st to sign up. USYVL provides a fantastic way for kids 7-15 to learn the game of volleyball in a fun, supportive and safe environment. Click here to find the program nearest you.


Complete a USYVL Refer-A-Friend flyer, share it with your friends and you can all play together. You’ll receive a free T-shirt for every one of your friends who sign up! 


If you don’t see a program in your area, please click here to let us know. We’ll work with you to bring the nation’s fastest-growing youth volleyball league to your area. 



We have been invited to watch the Pepperdine Waves verses the BYU Cougars at Pepperdine!  Register below to watch the Waves vs Cougars March 20th  at 7:00 p.m. at the Firestone Fieldhouse. Tickets are free to all USYVL Players, Families and Friends who register below.

Parking is free - Click for parking and parking permit information.


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From USYVL to NCAA; Katie Ristow’s Volleyball Journey Started Here!


It’s not often one recognizes one of their earliest youth sports coaches some fifteen years later. Katie Ristow, the Marketing & Events Manager for Pepperdine University, experienced déjà vu when she crossed paths with USYVL Co-Founder Randy Sapoznik at the recent Pepperdine-hosted USYVL Kids Night. Ristow, a former Miami area volleyball champion and record-setting Outside Hitter for Division II Franklin Pierce University, got her start playing volleyball with USYVL. USYVL Co-Founders Randy Sapoznik and Dale Hoffman were Ristow’s coaches throughout her first season with USYVL, and Sapoznik quickly remembered Ristow, whose mother’s presence and support of the program stood out.


At the urging of her mother, Ristow signed up to play volleyball at USYVL’s Ventura site when she was nine years of age. During her time with USYVL, Ristow not only built a strong foundation of the skills and fundamentals needed to excel at the sport, she also built many memories and a lasting love of the game.

“There are so many great memories from my time playing with USYVL. My first coach, Dale Hoffman, taught me the fundamental skills of volleyball,” Ristow recently said. “I loved that my teammates turned into friends that I was able to play with season after season with USYVL.”


Ristow, who initially turned to volleyball due to her advanced height at such a young age, recalls memories of the little extras offered by USYVL. “Being able to meet Dain Blanton after he won the gold medal during the Sydney Olympics was pretty cool!


 “I fell in love with volleyball after I attended my first college volleyball game at Pepperdine University during my first season with USYVL,” she stated. “I told my mom that night that I wanted to play volleyball in college and the rest is history!”


After Ristow completed her time with USYVL she went on to play in high school and club. When she was 16, her family moved to Miami, Florida, where she became a member of the Killian Sr. High School Varsity Volleyball team. Ristow excelled as the team’s starting Outside Hitter and was a part of a team that won the Greater Miami Athletic Conference in 2004. In 2005, Ristow and Killian Sr. High won the District and Regional Championships, going undefeated until the semi-finals of the Florida High School State Championships.


Ristow went on to start for four years as the Outside Hitter for Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire, where she received her B.S. in Professional Sports Management and a minor in Marketing. While serving as a Graduate Assistant in the Marketing Department for Athletics at Florida International University (FIU), Ristow obtained a Master of Sports Management for Athletics. After a promotion to Assistant Marketing Director at FIU, Ristow moved back to Southern California and took on the Marketing & Events Management role for Pepperdine University.



We are both pleased and excited to announce the Spring season of our new advanced skills development league. The Advanced Juniors Program’s emphasis on developing fundamental volleyball skills on par with what is taught at the Club level – at a fraction of the cost - is the next step in the USYVL’s mission to develop the sport of volleyball from the ground up. The Advanced Juniors Program’s curriculum is designed to bridge the gap between USYVL’s instructional league and high school/Club volleyball in a fun, safe, supervised environment. Players are encouraged to be competitive while maintaining good sportsmanship. Space is open to intermediate and experienced players ages 11-16.


Locations and practice/tournament dates will be assigned after the tryout in March. We are offering the Advanced Juniors Program in Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, Upland, Anaheim, Irvine, and Sacramento. The season consists of 18 practices; two 90 minute practices each week. The coaches have all coached at the club volleyball level. Each team will need one volunteer team parent to help ensure a safe and organized environment for the players.


If you have any other questions, please email or call This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 888-988-7985.


Anaheim Advanced Junior


Camarillo Advanced Junior


Irvine Advanced Junior


Sacramento Advanced Junior


Thousand Oaks Advanced Junior


Upland Advanced Junior


We look forward to seeing you on the court this Spring season! 


Register below to watch UCLA Bruins verses the Cal State Long Beach 49ers!  The game is March 6th (Friday) at 7:00 p.m. at the Pauley Pavilion. Tickets are free to all USYVL Players, Families and Friends who register below before March 5th at 4pm. (registration is now closed).


Directions & Parking:

Take the Sunset Blvd exit from the 405 and head east for about 1 mile. Make a right onto Westwood Plaza then a quick right onto Charles E Young Blvd. You will drive about a block and hit a stop sign. Make a left at the stop sign to enter Lot 7. Parking is $12 (cash only) in Lot 7. Click here for more information: 


Hurry! Ticket registration ends Thursday (March 5th) at 4pm

 Registration is now closed.