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VOLLEYBALL NEWS:

Thank You To Everyone That Came To Tryouts!

Tryouts for the coming club season (2019-20) have now completed for all age groups. Thank you to everyone that came out. We saw some great volleyball the past two weekends and are very much looking forward to a wonderful season. We hope you have a great club season whether with MVSA or elsewhere.

Coach Juan is AVCA-Diversity Award Winner!

MVSA is proud to announce that Coach Juan Alcivar is CHRVA's Diversity Award recipient presented by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Juan was chosen by the CHRVA nominating committee for his service to the entire volleyball community. In addition to being the head coach for our 16s Xtreme team, Juan is the head coach at Prince George's Co. Northwestern HS along with coaching and mentoring for CYC Youth, Gaithersburg Rec, and other outreach programs of inclusiveness. Juan will attend AVCA's Annual Convention in Pittsburgh, PA along with other award winners from across the country. Congratulations Coach Juan!

MVSA's Jackie Krampf is back!

After a three year hiatus overseas, Jackie has returned and will be coaching a 2020 14s team for MVSA. Jackie is an MVSA (and CHRVA) institution and we're thrilled to have her amazing coaching talents again. See the club coaches page for more information about Jackie and all the other MVSA club coaches.

MVSA Capital Festival 2020 Dates Announced

MVSA will host its annual Capital Festival tournament this coming May at the Discovery Sports Center. Please visit our Capital Festival page for all the details. New this year, we will have a U13 division.

We will be partnering with the Side Out Foundation again this year. We want to make this event about more than just volleyball. We hope to see you there!

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Two MVSA Teams Earn Bids to USAV Junior Nationals

Congratulations to Wahoo! 13 on winning a National Division bid to the USAV Junior Nationals at the CHRVA 13s Open Regionals.

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MVSA's 13 Wahoo! team took first place going undefeated in the CHRVA 13 Regional Bid Championships on March 24th.  The win earned Wahoo! a trip to the USAV Girls Junior National Championships in Indianapolis. The team will be competing in the National Division on July 1st through the 4th. Congratulations Wahoo!

 

Congratulations also to Vortex 12 on winning a National Division bid to the USAV Junior Nationals at the CHRVA 12s Open Regionals.

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MVSA's 12 Vortex won the CHRVA 12 Regional Bid Championships in convincing fashion. They went undefeated with an amazing point ratio of 2.81 for the entire tournament. The team will be competing in the National Division on June 29th through July 2nd. Go Vortex!

Two MVSA Teams Medal in CHRVA Gold Regionals

 

MVSA Dynamite - 14s Club Regional Champions
(1st Place Gold Division)

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MVSA Dynamite started the day as the #1 seed in the tournament. They played strong in the 1st match defeating Premier Pulse (25-15, 25-18). Match 2 was a bit of a challenge as the #8 seed Metro 14 North split with Dynamite (23-25, 25-17). In match 3 Dynamite bounced back and defeated Shenandoah Surge (25-18, 25-10) to secure a spot in the Gold A playoffs. In the semifinals Dynamite defeated the #7 seed in the tournament, Waco Cyclones, in straight sets (25-22, 25-17). In Finals play, Dynamite was again to play Metro 14 North. After splitting sets 1 and 2, Dynamite came from a 10-13 deficit in the deciding set to defeat Metro 14 North (25-16, 21-25, 15-13). Congratulations Dynamite!

 

MVSA Sparks - 17s Club Regional Finalists
(2nd Place Gold Division)

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MVSA Sparks entered Regionals as the #4 seed. After a rough start with NOVA Phoenix (split 1 win each), the Sparks went on to closely win the next two sets against Metro 17 North and two close sets against their developing rival DYS Thunder (# 1 seed). The competition was extreme on this net, but the Sparks were able to progress to the Gold A Bracket. Here they met their toughest competition yet and defeated Potomac Elite in 3 sets with the final set ending in the score of 17-15. The Sparks fought hard in the finals but was unable to hold off the #2 seed ECEVBC Tsunami and lost in 2 sets resulting in a 2nd place overall finish. Great Job Sparks!

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