Pave Your Path With Us

What do you want from volleyball? Whether you are a junior, high school or college player, a coach, official or volunteer, everyone is on a path to a goal. USA Volleyball will help you reach your podium.

No two paths are alike, but as members of USA Volleyball we all belong to the same exclusive club as Kerri Walsh Jennings, Matt Anderson, Foluke Akinradewo, Phil Dalhassuer, Heather Erickson and April Ross.

Looking to find your path? We have resources to help you get there:

Did you know that 20 of the 24 U.S. Olympians on the indoor Rio rosters participated in the USAV High Performance program? Check out the paths of some familiar faces!



Foluke Akinradewo

Olympian, 2016 (bronze); 2012 (silver)
World Championship gold medal in 2014
Four-time AVCA All-American at Stanford from 2005-2008
Made International Debut with U.S. Women’s National Team in 2005
2005 Women’s Junior National Team; FIVB U20 World Championship (11th)
2004 Women’s Junior National Team; NORCECA U20 Championship (gold)
2003 Girls’ Youth National Training Team


Matt Anderson

Two-time Olympian (2016 bronze)
World Cup gold medalist and MVP in 2015
Played professionally for Russia’s Zenit Kazan each winter since 2012
2008 AVCA Co-Player of Year; led Penn State to NCAA title
2007 Men’s Junior National Team; FIVB U21 World Championship (7th)
2006 Men’s Junior National Team; NORCECA Championship (silver)
2005 Boys' Youth National Team; Four Nations Tournament

Phil Dalhausser

Seven-time USAV Male Beach Athlete of the Year
Has won gold at 38 FIVB tournaments
Has won gold at 53 AVP Tournaments
Through 2018, holds longest streak (13 years) on the FIVB World Tour with at least one FIVB title
2016 Olympic Games (tied for 5th)
2012 Olympic Games (tied for 9th)
2008 Olympic Games (gold)

Sara Hughes

2017 LA Sports Council Sportswomen of the Year
2017 FIVB World Championships (9th)
2017 AVP Tour Chicago (gold) (Part of youngest team ever to win on AVP)
2017 World University Games (gold)
2016, '17 NCAA team national champion
2015 AVP New York (bronze)
2015 AVCA team, pairs national champion
2014 FIVB U21 World Championships (bronze)
2013 FIVB U19 World Championships (bronze)

Kaleo Kanahele Maclay

2016 Paralympic Games (gold)
2014 USAV Female Sitting Player of the Year
2014 Sitting Volleyball World Championships (silver)
2010 Sitting Volleyball World Championships (silver)
2012 Paralympic Games (silver)
Joined Oklahoma Peak Performance VBC when she was 10
Born with a club foot

Eric Duda

2016 Paralympic Games (8th)
2014 Sitting Volleyball World Championships (10th)
2014 Male Sitting Player of the Year
2010 Sitting Volleyball World Championships (10th)
2007 ParaPan American Games (gold)
2006 Sitting Volleyball World Championships (9th)
2004 Paralympic Games (6th)
2003 ParaPan American Games (gold)
Born with amniotic band syndrome and is missing fingers on his left hand