USA Volleyball Magazine Arriving in Mailboxes

By Bill Kauffman (bill.kauffman@usav.org) | Feb. 08, 2018, 3:40 p.m. (ET)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Feb. 8, 2018) – USA Volleyball’s latest issue of VolleyballUSA, the organization’s quarterly magazine, is now arriving in subscriber mailboxes.

VolleyballUSA Winter 2017-18 Cover with David SmithThe cover story profiles U.S. Men’s National Team middle blocker David Smith. He provides a first-person account of 18 things he has learned in his volleyball life. The 64-page magazine highlights several teaching sections from tips given by top athletes and coaches to nutrition and how to deal with defeat without losing it. U.S. Women's National Team Head Coach Karch Kiraly builds his case for delibarate practice as the path to improvement. The CAP II article describes how one coach has enabled his players to think for themselves.

The issue also has a six-page spread highlighting the 2017 women’s collegiate season. The collegiate section includes stories on how University of Nebraska used the “Why not us” slogan en route to winning the NCAA Division I title, a conversation with Nebraska setter Kelly Hunter and how University of Florida Head Coach Mary Wise inspires her squad.

The magazine’s digital version is available online to all print subscribers. Login information is located on the magazine’s mailing label and going to usavolleyball.org/mag.

INSIDE THE ISSUE

  • COVER Story: David Smith Standing Tall
  • Women's College Season Recap
  • 2017 USA Volleyball Players of the Year
  • Conversation with Tayyiba Haneef-Park
  • Karch Blog: Deliberate Practice - The Path to Improvement
  • 4 Keys to Helping Your Teammate
  • Losing without Losing It
  • High Performance Holiday Training Rosters
  • Jamie Davis CEO Message: Path to the Podium
  • Junior Journal: Win and Lose with Class
  • CAP II: Thinking for Themselves
  • Nutrition: Begin Your Day with a Better Breakfast
  • Grassroots: Referee's Purple Card Introduced in Arizona Region
  • On the Radar of USA Volleyball High Performance