The BVNE team just found a great way to help everyone get noticed! Through our website you can order a BVNE event t-shirt with your last name and grad year pre-printed on the back. This is a great service provided by Spreadshirt so that players at our events can show up and dress the part of the future student athlete! If you just want to get started, click here to get your custom shirt now.
Heres how it works…
First, select your shirt style such as men’s for a loose fit during play, or women’s for a form tailored fit. Then click the “Adjust Design” button.
Then get into the shirt editor
At the bottom of the screen, click the “Back” view button to switch to the back of the shirt. Then click the “Text” button on the left, once to add the last name, once again to add grad year. Make sure to adjust the text size so it’s readable from accross a volleyball court. You will be able to drag the name and grad year so they are placed properly.
Then click the “Get Price” (not shown) button and you can then select your size. After that, click the “Add to cart” button.
Then you can click the shopping cart icon on top and continue to check out and shipping.
We hope to see you all on the beach soon, in great looking gear!
Every few weeks we hear about another new beach volleyball event. The summer of 2018 is turning out to be the summer of beach volleyball across the nation! Since beach volleyball became it’s own sport at the college level the growth in the industry has been tremendous. Players now have more choices than ever before and there is more room for growth and achievement throughout a players career! Welcome to the great beach nation of volleyball, where around the country there are events from new and existing organizations for all levels. Get out there, play, and get noticed playing beach volleyball in 2018!
Beach volleyball is truly a fast rising sport. This is the first time in who knows how many years where a single sport has grown so fast. Beach volleyball is now played nationwide and the opportunities that this presents for college age players has grown so fast! Check out what some of the college coaches had to day about it.
Here is the 16U grad years 2020-2022 gold division finals match. There were a total of 42 teams from 18 different states in a stacked field. These girls earned their place in the finals round. If you really want to jump ahead, here’s the link to the finals results.
Endless Summer Volleyball Club Player Eden McCoy recruited by USC. Eden was gracious and thoughtful in her response to being committed. “There aren’t enough thank you’s in the world for this one, but I’ll start with USC, my coaches, my family, and my amazing club @endlesssummervbc. Wouldn’t be here without you. Fight On.” This was hard work and dedication on McCoy’s part to achieve such a notable accomplishment. BVNE sponsor King of the Beach® wrote more about Eden below, and you can see her commitment photo here.
Eden played in three of our college recruiting showcases and got noticed by college coaches. The BVNE team wishes her, and all potential college recruits everywhere good luck and keep playing. Fight On!
General Hospital’s Eden McCoy Shares Amazing News!
General Hospital’s Eden McCoy Shares Amazing News!
Eden McCoy who is having a successful run as Josslyn Jacks on ‘General Hospital’ is going to be part of the USA Trojan’s beach volleyball team!
A dead period is when collegiate coaches can not actively recruit or discuss recruiting with prospective student-athletes. The 2017 through 2018 NCAA schedule for division 1 schools is available here. Division 2 schools are listed here.
As of today’s date, the remaining division 1 2017-2018 season dead periods for division 1 schools are:
April 9-12, 2018
May 2-6, 2018
Division 2 schools remaining 2017-2018 season dead periods are:
April 9 (7 a.m.) – 11 (7 a.m.), 2018
There are differences in the schedules, so be sure to read the full schedule for division 1 and division 2.
BVNE kicked off 2018 this past Saturday Feb 3rd and 4th with three juniors events.Our Juniors Beach Club League had 6 divisions and — teams competing for the chance to be crowned QOB at our Championship tournament June 9th. Running right next to our tournament we hosted a college coaches clinic with over 100 clinic participants and college coaches from:
Girls from 18 states, provinces& Puerto Rico came out to compete. In our 16’s division the one girl who traveled from Puerto Rico won.
Here are your finals matches for the 16U, 14U & 18U
Looking for fast info for college beach volleyball? The AVCA has brought you a website that will get you all the beach info fast. The latest scores and rankings are all front page! It’s mobile friendly too…take a look.
Looking at colleges? You must be spending the weekend digging through details. What details though? Are you looking at acceptance rate, undergraduate tuition? There are so many considerations for each family that no one key detail can be truly valuable for everyone. We came across the startclass website and it looks like a great starting point for your research. The colleges page lists the acceptance rate, student population details, key financial details…it’s worth a look.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to the sport or have years of experience on the beach. Each collegiate coach knows what their teams will need and they are out scouting to fill those needs. They often spend years organizing and planning their strategy to build their teams with the right players at the right times. Every day is different for these coaches and no one can truly say if they are seeking one specific athlete on any given day, or trying to build an entire new team for their school.
At BVNE, our college recruiting showcases are designed to connect as many of our players and coaches as possible. We take input from collegiate coaches on what they need, and setup our events to meet those goals, helping players and coaches be successful.
It’s encouraged to have your coach at the tournament as players and parents are not allowed to have any communication with collegiate coaches. Your club coach or authorized recruitment representative are the only people that are allowed to talk to coaches on your behalf.
BVNE encourages players to spend time the day before at our collegiate coaches clinics to gain exposure to coaches in a small group format. We also recommend players gain practice time with their partners before the event.