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!
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!
Choose a link below for details and registration:
USYVL Board Member Allen Adams brings home the gold from the Huntsman World Seniors Game this year, held in St. George, Utah. Adams’s team, USYVL/Volleyguard competed in the 55+ age bracket against teams comprised of players from across the US. 90 teams compete each season in various sports, all with the goal of succeeding into the Double Elimination Tournament, where Adams’s team was named #1 Seed in the Gold bracket. The road to victory was no easy feat, as USYVL/Volleyguard spent a round in the “loser’s bracket” as Adams calls it after losing two straights to The Fog. “Volleyguard is protecting the future of volleyball, by developing new talent,” says USYVL co-founder Randy Sapoznik.
Adams posits the focus of participation in this year’s competition as being most influenced by building awareness of the USYVL and gaining scholarship backing for younger-generation Volleyguards. Adams is one of many volunteers who contributes to USYVL culture by setting the standard for the organization and its constituents and serves as a shining example of doing the best with your abilities, one of USYVL’s main tenets for youth players.
We would like to congratulate our USYVL Board Member Marv Dunphy on helping the U.S Women’s National Team win its first World Championships! This is not the first championship Dunphy has celebrated. Marv coached the US Men’s National Team to win two Olympic gold medals but this is the first time that the US Women’s Team has ever won the World Championships. Marv assisted Karch Kiraly (head coach) with this championship. It is a special event because Dunphy coached Karch when he was playing on the US National Team. Through Marv's years coaching at all levels, he has shown that he is great with teaching volleyball to the up and coming USYVL, High School, College, National Team volleyball players, along with coaches.
We would like to Congratulate Marv once again for helping a game founded in the USA grow.