The monthly newsletter designed to inform the junior volleyball community on the different facets related to the business and trends of club volleyball.
From the JVA Office: Cooperation Among the Highest Levels Governing Our Sport Strengthens the Common Good
JVA, as a professional association of Club Directors and their staff, is committed to supporting our member clubs outside of networking, education and resources. We are often called upon to advocate for our members, and we received an important call this past Summer. JVA recently advocated an issue, with help from AAU and VB Canada that involved USA Volleyball, the FIVB, and NORSECA.  
T op Plays Is Back!
By popular demand, we’re bringing back #JVATopPlays – every month we’ll feature the best five highlights in club volleyball! To enter, use the hashtag to name your Hudl highlight or share it to social media.
Division1 Volleyball Club Wins JVA Club of the Month
Since its inception in 2007, D1 has grown to 27 Girls and 18 Boys full season club teams, equaling over 1,000 athletes served in 2019. Through quality programming and a focus on the development of its members and coaching staff, D1 is on the rise.
Develop Your Team Culture through Captains and Mentors
It is so hard to develop team culture in a beach volleyball club. The players come and go and often do their own thing on the side. 692 Director Scott Stover has always wanted to develop more pride in our club, more of a group identity at 692. He decided to establish Captains and Mentors this season with these steps and goals.
JVA Welcomes Anne Kordes to the JVA Board of Directors
The JVA is pleased to announce that K2 Volleyball's Jason Hames has been re-elected to the JVA Board of Directors, and KIVA's Anne Kordes has been elected to the JVA Board of Directors for a three year term to begin January 2020.
Dynamic Volleyball Academy  (Broomall, PA) shares a 6v6 competitive free ball down ball wash drill where teams compete to 4 big points.
Helpful Reading and Resources
3 Reasons to Consider Options Outside of D1
From Our Partner NCSA
When volleyball athletes and families start the college recruiting process, oftentimes they get tunnel vision about playing for a D1 college. Yes, D1 colleges typically feature elite athletes, state-of-the-art facilities and passionate supporters, but there are areas where D2, D3 and NAIA colleges may shine brighter. Check out these three reasons why you should consider volleyball programs outside of the D1 level .
Why players need to email college coaches
and how to do it
From Our Partner, Art of Coaching Volleyball

Emailing college coaches can be daunting for junior volleyball players. It’s one of the hardest things about the recruiting process, but if players can manage it, it’s a good sign they can handle playing volleyball in college. Share these tips for emailing college coaches with your players!
Bring online fundraising to your club
From Our Partner Double Good
Sell the most ridiculously delicious gourmet popcorn, get 50% profit,
and say goodbye to the headaches of traditional fundraising . Learn more.
Concussion Protocol Explained: How Does It Work?
From Our Partner, SportsEngine
It’s game time and a player receives a blow to the head. Does everyone in your organization know how to respond? By having a set concussion protocol, you can quickly provide care and ensure athlete safety. Read more.
Win a free entry to AAU Nationals at the Volleyball Classic!
From Our Partner, AAU Volleyball
This years’ event will take place at the ESPN Wide World of Sports on March 7-8, 2020. Girls’ teams age 10U-18U are all welcome. Winners in each division will receive a free or discounted entry to AAU Volleyball Nationals.  CLICK HERE to register and for more info!
AAU Honolulu Grand Prix!
The 4 th  Annual Honolulu Grand Prix will take place over President’s Day Weekend February 15-17 th  in Honolulu, Hawaii!   CLICK HERE   for more information and to register!
Club Culture By the Numbers, Why Athletes Choose (or don't choose) Your Club.
From Our Partner, Hudl
Volleyball sea­son is here, and we have every­thing you need to know so you can get the most out of Hudl this year. Read more.
#DigIVThem This Season!
From Our Partner, The Side-Out Foundation
Gather your volleyball club and let's  HONOR the 150,000  individuals living with stage IV breast cancer by helping the club volleyball community complete 150,000 digs this season! 

To  learn how  your club team can be a part of The Dig-A-Thon,  Click Here !
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