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.
2019 Seniors Head off to College - Maureen (Mo) Jessop Mo leaves MVA after two seasons on the 18 National team. The Corvallis High School stand out was MVA’s main offensive weapon during its Girls’ Junior National Championship qualifying season. Mo will be taking her talents to Montana Tech this fall. Katie Rolle Katie Rolle says goodbye to MVA after 9 years […]
MVA :: “Dig It” - Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:00pm to 6:30pm Sept. 17 – Oct. 24 “Dig It” is designed for beginning and intermediate volleyballers grades 5-8. Participants are divided into teams for practice and game play. Teams will practice every Tuesday and Thursday for the first three weeks of the program. For weeks 4, 5 and 6 teams will practice on […]
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:
Holiday Fundraiser - MVA is proud to offer its annual Holiday Fundraiser, featuring holiday wreaths and décor to help athletes raise money for club volleyball. MVA has once again chosen to use a local vendor, Bitterroot Evergreens from Victor, MT. These “Made in Montana” holiday wreaths and greeneries will be constructed with fragrant Sub-Alpine Fir, and accented with juniper, cones, […]
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!