The West Coast Volleyball Association is a Junior Volleyball Association league formed by a collaboration of clubs in the Northern California and Northern Nevada areas. The goal of the WCVBA is to provide a high-quality, safe environment for clubs across our geographical regions to compete in. Our focus will be to create a healthy, competitive experience while paying particular attention to effective communication, transparency, quality facilities, paid officials, and competitive tournament ...
The West Coast Volleyball Association is a Junior Volleyball Association league formed by a collaboration of clubs in the Northern California and Northern Nevada areas. The goal of the WCVBA is to provide a high-quality, safe environment for clubs across our geographical regions to compete in.
WCVBA. July 28 at 11:51 AM ·. We are so excited to announce the addition of Oregon Juniors Volleyball Academy to our expanding league. “We are thrilled to gain a quality and competitive club like OJVA,” said Dustin Moore, WCVBA’s Director of Competitions. “WCVA extending into Oregon, specifically with this addition, fortifies the association as we continue to work to create a competitive environment for our players.”.
The West Coast Volleyball Association was created by six founding clubs from Northern California and Northern Nevada: NorCal Volleyball Club, Northern Nevada Juniors, SynergyForce, Xceleration, OMNI Volleyball and City Beach. The league includes some of the most competitive clubs in this region.
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with five other founding partners in the Northern California-Reno region, has launched the West Coast Volleyball Association (WCVBA) for the 2021 girls’ competitive club volleyball season. Club Owner Jeremy Swann said, “This inaugural season of the new WCVBA is a long time coming and
West Coast Volleyball Club is a volleyball association based out of Langley, BC. We work to establish a culture that inspires, educates, and develops future leaders, promoting both volleyball and personal excellence for each athlete. Our focus and foundation is guiding young women to positive self-actualization both on and off the court.
West Coast not only teaches girls the fundamentals of beach volleyball but also, about teamwork, sportsmanship, mental attitude and hard work. Travis, Aaron and the coaching staff are extraordinarily knowledgeable about the game and also, positive, encouraging mentors.
The new power league is called the West Coast Volleyball Association (WCVBA). This new league was formed by a collaboration of clubs in the Northern California and Northern Nevada areas. Most, if not all, of the clubs are also members of the NCVA Region of USA Volleyball, and many are affiliated with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU).