February, 2019 Newsletter Posted

The February, 2019 Issue of Carolina Volleyball Review has been posted to the Newsletter page of the Carolina Region website. Articles in the Issue include: From the Top – President’s Message 2019 Junior Beach Tour Announced New Officials  Regional Accolades Check out the issue from our Newsletter page.

NCHSAA Crowns 2018 Girls’ HS Volleyball Champions

The 2018 NCHSAA Girls’ High School Volleyball season concluded Saturday, November 3 in Raleigh.  Championships were decided in four divisions: 1A – Falls Lake Academy def Polk County (25-19, 28-26, 25-22) 2A – Currituck County def West Davidson (25-13, 25-9, 25-21) 3A – Marvin Ridge def D.H. Conley (25-22, 25-8, 25-16) 4A – Green Hope… View Article

27 Beach National Qualifiers Announced by USAV

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Oct. 24, 2018) – Although it is fall in most parts of the country, USA Volleyball is already thinking spring/summer and the 2019 USA National Beach Tour.  The USA National Beach Tour serves as “The officially sanctioned beach tour of USA Volleyball.” USA Volleyball has confirmed 27 Beach National Qualifiers (BNQs) in 22 regions around… View Article

Your Photos wanted for new USAV Digital Magazine

We Want To See Your Style! The all-digital version of the USA Volleyball magazine is coming, with the first issue scheduled for November. The magazine will have an interactive feel with beautiful imagery and video to highlight our sport and the people who play it, coach it, officiate it and cheer it on. We want… View Article

Club Tryouts – Navigating these Stressful Weeks

Volleyball Club Tryouts are approaching quickly.  This is both an exciting and a stressful time for players, families, and clubs.  In some areas of the state, club choices are many which only increases the stress as multiple clubs have tryouts scheduled around the same time.  The Carolina Region is posting the information and perspective below… View Article

Volleyball Posts Another Year of Solid Growth

Lexington, Ky. (September 18, 2018) — Release of participation and sponsorship reports by various governing organizations confirms that volleyball is an increasingly popular sport in colleges and high schools from across the country. Women’s court volleyball continues to lead the way with 1,755 colleges and universities sponsoring programs across various organizations.  A total of 1,073… View Article

Carolina Region Announces 2018 Meritorious Service Award Winners

September 2018 The Carolina Region is pleased to announce the following individuals as recipients of 2018 Robert L. Lindsay Meritorious Service Awards. A listing of all previous winners of Carolina Region Meritorious Service Awards can be found here. 2018 HONOREES: Brian Jones Brian Jones –Brian has been a Carolina Region referee since the 2006 season.  He… View Article

Carolina Region Officer Election Results Announced

The Carolina Region is pleased to announce the results of the 2018 Carolina Region Board of Director Officer elections.  Each team rep in the Carolina Region was eligible to vote for the President, Treasurer, and Secretary positions on the Board of Directors.  An electronic ballot was sent to all team reps in early June and… View Article

Triangle VBC named the 2018 S.T.R.I.V.E. Organization of the Year

July 12, 2018. The National Council of Youth Sports (NCYS) and American International Group, Inc. (AIG) are pleased to announce that the Triangle Volleyball Club has been named the 2018 S.T.R.I.V.E. (Sports Teach Respect, Initiative, Values and Excellence) Organization of the Year for its “kids first” approach to safety.  Triangle Volleyball Club serves the triangle… View Article

RISE, USA Volleyball Announce Partnership

Web Release: COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (May 16, 2018) – The Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE) and USA Volleyball announced today a partnership to bring RISE’s leadership and education programs to USA Volleyball athletes, coaches, referees, administrators and fans. Founded in 2015 by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen M. Ross, RISE is a nonprofit… View Article