MGVCA News

Sandy Hoffman, long time Bentley volleyball coach and friend to the MGVCA passed away on August 31st.

Endowment Game
The State Volleyball Committee conducted a recent meeting on May 4th. As follow-up, the Committee wishes to communicate directly to all volleyball schools the following important information:

Endowment Game scheduling – In planning next year’s (2015-2016) volleyball season schedules, please be informed that schools may collectively decide to schedule an “Endowment Game” that falls into the “Open Date” concept. This would require one school (host) to apply, list all the schools involved, and pay the one fee of $300. The other option in scheduling a Volleyball Endowment Game is to apply for and play an extra match between two teams. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding the Endowment Game Program.
CLICK HERE for Endowment Game Application

2015 MGVCA Coaches Clinic
Our 2015 Coaches Clinic was held on March 7th, 2015 at Milton Academy. Our clinician was Jim Boos of the University of Minnesota Duluth. Clinic DVD's are available for purchase by using the following link:
Visit www.difivideo.biz

2014 MGVCA All State Teams Announced
Division 1, 2 & 3 teams have been posted.
Click to view the 2014 MGVCA All State Teams

Five Massachusetts Girls Volleyball Team Earn the AVCA Team Academic Award
The Varsity volleyball teams from Barnstable, Bourne, Frontier, Longmeadow and Mahar Regional were recently honored with the American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the 2013 season. These teams were five of 227 High School teams across the country to earn the award. The award is given to collegiate and high school volleyball teams that maintained a cumulative team grade-point average of 3.30 during the academic year.

Congratulations to the players and coaches for this prestigious award.

 

Volleyball score and libero tracking sheets as well as NCAA rule changes are available on the volleyball page of the MIAA website.

The MGVCA is a statewide organization for high school coaches of girls volleyball. Begun in the 1970's, this organization has annually held clinics, chosen a coaches All State Team, and maintained an active presence regarding issues which impact our sport. The primary goal of this organization is to serve as a resource for its constituents, currently 254 in number. We generally meet twice per year (pre- and post-season) in addition to our March clinic. Currently, we have one voting member on the MIAA Volleyball Committee.