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USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships Crown 14s Division Winners

July 05, 2008, 8:56 p.m. (ET)

Bill Kauffman
Manager, Media Relations and Publications
Phone: 719-228-6800

DALLAS, TEXAS (July 5, 2008) – The 29th USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships, hosted by USA Volleyball at the Dallas Convention Center, concluded Saturday with the crowning of the Open, National and American Division winners for the 14-year-old brackets on the final day of the 10-day event.

Mizuno Long Beach 14R (Redondo Beach, Calif.) captured the 14 Open Division title with a 13-25, 27-25, 15-10 victory over Borinquen Coqui 14-1 (San Juan, Puerto Rico) in the championship match. Mizuno Long Beach 14R, which was 10-0 entering the title match, defeated Woodlands Stars – 14G (The Woodlands, Texas) 25-12, 25-17 in the quarterfinals and Vision 14 Gold (Los Gatos, Calif.) 16-25, 25-13, 15-7 in the semifinals. Borinquen Coqui 14-1 topped Asics MAVS (Overland Park, Kan.) 14-1 25-17, 19-25, 17-15 in the quarterfinals and A5 Mizuno 141 Suzanne (Roswell, Ga.) 25-19, 25-15 in the semifinals.

Maunalani 14-Third Degree (Honolulu, Hawai’i) defeated TVC 14-1 (Sylvania, Ohio) 25-17, 27-25 in the 14 National Division championship match. Maunalani 14-Third Degree defeated Vision 14 Blue (Los Gatos, Calif.) 26-24, 25-16 in the quarterfinals and ClubOne 14 Gold (Greeley, Colo.) 25-20, 24-26, 15-12 in the semifinals. TVC 14-1 topped Colorado Juniors 14Rey (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 25-19, 22-25, 15-10 in the quarterfinals and Club West 14 Elite (La Verne, Calif.) 25-20, 25-16 in the semifinals.

AZ Sky 14-Black (Phoenix, Ariz.) swept C4 Crush (Aviston, Ill.) 14 25-16, 25-22 in the gold-medal match to earn the 14 American Division championship. AZ Sky 14-Black, which went undefeated in the tournament, reached the championship match by defeating Power 14-1 (Shawnee, Kan.) 25-21, 25-21 in the semifinals and Mizuno M1 141 (Minnetonka, Minn.) 25-12, 25-19 in the quarterfinals. C4 Crush 14 advanced to the title match by defeating Team Saint Louis (St. Charles, Mo.) 141 22-25, 25-20, 15-8 in the quarterfinals and Premier 14 Mizuno Ed (Fairview, Texas) 25-20, 14-25, 15-13 in the semifinals.

This year’s USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships includes 9,500 athletes from 788 teams. The tournament will crown 19 champions in age divisions ranging from 12-18. Open Division titles are disputed for the 14s, 15s, 16s, 17s and 18s, while National Division and Open Division contests championships for all seven age groups.

The USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships is estimated to add $15.5 million to the Dallas economy. With an anticipated total attendance of 40,000 from participants, coaches and fans, the event has set record hotel bookings. The 10-day event will be at the Dallas Convention Center and the tournament will be played in the nation’s largest column-free exhibit hall. A total of 48 volleyball courts occupy one third of the Dallas Convention, the nation’s largest column-free exhibit hall.

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Gold Bracket Results for 2008 USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships

  • 12 National: Gold – Asics MAVs 12-1 (Overland Park, Kan.); Silver – Vision 12 Gold (Los Gatos, Calif.); Bronze – Renaissance Cleveland 12N (Stow, Ohio) and Cincy Classics 12 Red (Liberty Township, Ohio)
  • 12 American: Gold – Seal Beach 12-Tony (Seal Beach, Calif.); Silver – Blackswamp 12 Reinhart (Tiffin, Ohio); Bronze – Temecula 12 Ro/To (Temecula, Calif.) and Alamo 12 Kaepa (San Antonio, Texas)
  • 13 National: Gold – St. Louis CYC 13 Green (St. Louis, Mo.); Silver – Jammers HI 13 Black (Honolulu); Bronze – Wave 13KRY/JudSpalding (Encinitas, Calif.) and OVA 13 Asics (Orlando, Fla.)
  • 13 American: Gold – St. Louis CYC 13 Blue (St. Louis, Mo.); Silver – Epic 13-1 (Poway, Calif.); Bronze – NKYVC 13-1Tsunami (Erlanger, Ky.) and Surfside 13-1 (Manhattan Beach, Calif.)
  • 14 Open: Gold – Mizuno Long Beach 14R (Redondo Beach, Calif.); Silver – Borinquen Coqui 14-1 (San Juan, Puerto Rico); Bronze – A5 Mizuno 141 Suzanne (Roswell, Ga.) and Vision 14 Gold (Los Gatos, Calif.)
  • 14 National: Gold – Maunalani 14-Third Degree (Honolulu, Hawai’i); Silver – TVC 14-1 (Sylvania, Ohio); Bronze – Club West 14 Elite (La Verne, Calif.) and ClubOne 14 Gold (Greeley, Colo.)
  • 14 American: Gold – AZ Sky 14-Black (Phoenix, Ariz.); Silver – C4 Crush 14 (Aviston, Ill); Bronze – Power 14-1 (Shawnee, Kan.) and Premier 14 Mizuno Ed (Fairview, Texas)
  • 15 Open: Gold – Laguna Beach 15 Wizard (Laguna Nigel, Calif.); Silver - Wave 15Katie Spalding (Encinitas, Calif.); Bronze – TAV 15 Asics (Fort Worth, Texas) and Santa Barbara 15-Elite (Santa Barbara, Calif.)
  • 15 National: Gold – Iowa Rockets 15 R (Iowa City, Iowa): Silver – GI Power (Grand Island, Neb.); Bronze – Niagara Frontier 15N (West Seneca, N.Y.) and Team Atlantis 15 Elite (Sidney, Ohio)
  • 15 American: Gold – Champions 15U Elite (Orlando, Fla.); Silver – Laguna Beach 15 Daze (Laguna Nigel, Calif.); Bronze – TRV – 15 Elite (Houston, Texas) and KC Extreme 15 Black (Lee’s Summit, Mo.)
  • 16 Open: Gold – Wave 16Jeanne Spalding (Encinitas, Calif.); Silver – Mizuno Long Beach 16M (Redondo Beach, Calif.); Bronze – Northern Lights 16-1 (Burnsville, Minn.) and Cal Jrs 16M (Long Beach, Calif.)
  • 16 National: Gold – NorCal 16-1 Black (Pleasanton, Calif.); Silver – Cincy Classics 16 Red (Liberty Township, Ohio); Bronze – Mizuno M1 161 (Minnetonka, Minn.) and Nike Six Pack 16 (Cedar Falls, Iowa)
  • 16 American: Gold – TAV 16 Molten (Fort Worth); Silver – Santa Barbara 16-Elite (Santa Barbara); Bronze – IPVA 16s (Ankeny, Iowa) and East Carolina JVC 16 (Greenville, N.C.)
  • 17 Open: Gold – AJV 17 Mizuno (Austin, Texas); Silver – Skyline 17RoShamBoJason (Murphy, Texas); Bronze – Wave 17Brent Spalding (Encinitas, Calif.) and TAV 17 Asics (Fort Worth, Texas)
  • 17 National: Gold – Impact VBC - 17 Silver (Old Hickory, Tenn.); Silver – Jammers HI 17 (Honolulu); Bronze – Delta Valley 17 Blue (Stockton, Calif.) and Southwest Illinois 171 (Belleville, Ill.)
  • 17 American: Gold – Woodlands Stars - 17G (The Woodlands, Texas); Silver – IPVA 17s (Ankeny, Iowa); Bronze – GLQVC 17-Erie (Westlake, Ohio) and Golden Bear 17 Mizuno (Vallejo, Calif.)
  • 18 Open: Gold – TCA-CA 18 3rdDegree BL (Newport Beach, Calif.); Silver – Imi Ike 18s (Honolulu); Bronze – SCVC 18 Nike (Redondo Beach, Calif.) and Vision 18 Gold (Los Gatos, Calif.)
  • 18 National: Gold – A5 Mizuno 181 Bob (Roswell, Ga.); Silver – Amarillo Elite 181 (Amarillo, Texas); Bronze – Laguna Beach 18 Kyle (Laguna Nigel, Calif.) and Tampa United 18 Tampa (Tampa, Fla.)
  • 18 American: Gold – Main Beach 18 Gold (Capitola, Calif.); Silver – T-Atlantis Black Sheep (Sidney, Ohio); Bronze – NorCal 18-1 Black (Pleasanton, Calif.) and Texas Elite 18 Black (Houston, Texas)