Dan Apol, 1972-2016
Nov. 17, 2016
On Wednesday the volleyball community lost one of its own. Dan Apol, an American Olympic referee, has passed away.
5 keys to better passing
Nov. 14, 2016
Winning volleyball starts with reliable passing. Here's some advice from five experts on how you can deliver a better ball to your setter.
Sitting Volleyball Vets Reflect on Service, Sports
Karen Patterson Nov. 11, 2016
Six veterans played in 2016 Paralympic Games for USA Volleyball
Men's Update: Sander in China
B.J. Hoeptner Evans Nov. 10, 2016
U.S. outside hitter Taylor Sander has begun competing in China and updates on U.S. men competing around the world
Promoting False Confidence
John Kessel Nov. 07, 2016
How can we avoid creating false confidence in players? Let’s start by asking yourself this simple set of short questions. How often have you seen anyone teaching the other nets sports NOT using the net? Have you ever played/seen the teaching of table tennis from the same side of the net? Badminton? Tennis or pickleball?
Larson Continues Strong after 3rd Straight Club World Championship Title
Bill Kauffman (firstname.lastname@example.org) Nov. 07, 2016
U.S. Women's National Team Weekly Update with news from around the world.
Lessons we learn from failing
Nov. 04, 2016
Sometimes, a little reminder is the push you need to keep trying.
Men's Update: Anderson Fights Autism
B.J. Hoeptner Evans (email@example.com) Nov. 02, 2016
Updates on U.S. men's volleyball players competing around the world
New Hall Of Famer Misty May-Treanor Doesn’t Stray Far From The Court In Retirement
Karen Price Nov. 02, 2016
The three-time Olympic beach volleyball champion was enshrined into the International Volleyball Hall of Fame.
I Want You To Make Mistakes
John Kessel Nov. 01, 2016
For more than 40 years, one of the first things I say to new teams and summer camp players is just that; “I want to see mistakes out here on the court.”