The Montana Volleyball Academy serves young women from the age of 10 to 18 teaching the values of effort, selflessness and positive competition through the sport of volleyball. MVA develops a sporting culture of exceptional work ethic based on mutual love and respect for teammates, opponents and the game itself. Competition is always presented as a positive experience to promote sportsmanship, self-worth and an appreciation for the athlete’s surrounding support.
MVA Point of Interest :: Inside Look at 18 National Practice - Get a first-hand look at what its like to be an 18 National Libero and Setter. GoPro worn by: Chelsea Bone, MVA co/ 2017. Sentinel HS Setter Hannah Amtmann, MVA c/o 2016. MSU Northern Libero Check out more videos at:
Recruiting 101 :: A step-by-step guide to getting started by Allison Lawrence - University of Montana Head Volleyball Coach Allison Lawrence has 13 years of collegiate coaching experience and was a recruiting recruiting coordinator for Trinity University in San Antonio, TX, as well as for the University of Montana before becoming a head coach. DON’T be intimidated. With a little work on the front end, the recruiting process can be very […]
Why MVA? - Get the facts about the Montana Volleyball Academy and the answers to frequently asked question about MVA and club volleyball!