Men's Junior National Team

2020 Men's Junior National Training Team

Name (Pos, Height, Hometown, College)
Rees Barnett (Opp, 6-5, Redondo Beach, Calif., UC Santa Barbara)
Mason Briggs (L, 6-0, Valencia, Calif., LBSU)
Ethan Champlin (L, 6-3, Oceanside, Calif., UCLA)
Bryce Dvorak (S, 6-4, Newport Beach, Calif., (Pepperdine)
Nolan Flexen (Opp, 6-8, Rio Rancho, N.M., Grand Canyon)
Nathaniel Gates (MB, 6-8, La Jolla, Calif., Stanford)
Clarke Godbold (OH, 6-6, San Pedro, Calif., LBSU)
James Hartley (Opp, 6-6, Waxhaw, N.C., Princeton)
Ethan Hill (MB, 6-7, San Clemente, Calif., UCLA)
Gavin Julien (MB, 6-8, Whitefish Bay, Wis., BYU)
Joseph Karlous (S, 5-11, Costa Mesa, Calif., Pepperdine)
Kevin Kauling (S, 6-8, Naperville, Ill., Lewis)
Alex Knight (OH, 6-6, Culver City, Calif., UCLA)
Gavin Leising (MB, 6-9, Newhall, Calif., Princeton)
Keaton Long (OH/Opp, 6-4, Plano, Texas, Lewis)
Jacob Pasteur (OH/Opp, 6-4, Westminster, Md., The Ohio State)
Will Rottman (OH, 6-5, Santa Barbara, Calif., Stanford)
Francesco Sani (OH, 6-8.5, Bethesda, Md., UC Irvine)
Bryce Walker (MB, 6-8, Bartlett, Ill., Purdue Fort Wayne)
Henry Wedbush (S, 6-4, Manhattan Beach, Calif., Princeton)


Head Coach: Kevin Burch (The Ohio State)
Assistant Coach: Pat Shawaryn (Princeton)
Assistant Coach: Matt Werle (Grand Canyon)
Technical Coordinator: Mike Gee (North Pacific Juniors Volleyball Club)
Head of Delegation: Gabby Lutjen (USA Volleyball)

Schedule/Results

Training and competition plans are subject to change due to the regional and national responses to COVID-19.

 
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Program Information

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Previous Results

FIVB U21 World Championship

2017: 14th
2015: 11th
2013: 11th
2011: 4th
2009: 8th
2007: 7th
2005: 8th
1991: 7th
1989: 7th

Did not compete 1993-2003, 2019

NORCECA U21 Continental Championship

2018: 4th
2016: Gold
2014: Bronze
2012: Gold
2010: Gold
2008: Bronze
2006: Silver
2004: Silver
2002: Bronze
2000: Bronze
1998: Bronze