COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Dec. 9, 2022) – USA Volleyball will have its biggest AVCA Convention presence ever at this year’s edition on Dec. 14-17 in Omaha, Nebraska.
USA Volleyball staff and athletes will be speaking at 17 different convention sessions and learning labs. U.S. Women’s National Team athletes will do meet and greets.
USA Volleyball will also have a booth in the convention marketplace, including a photo booth, live Coach Academy demos, information about USA Volleyball membership and more.
The USA Volleyball Show podcast will record a live interview with U.S. Women’s National Team Assistant Coach Tama Miyashiro from the convention’s Podcast Center. During the rest of the week, the podcast team will host various guests in the USA Volleyball booth.
USA Volleyball will be recording videos in coordination with the AVCA in the Coaches Zone.
During the NCAA DI Women’s Championship semifinals on Dec. 15, there will be on-court recognition for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Women’s Volleyball Team coaching staff and interviews with gold medalists Annie Drews and Michelle Bartsch-Hackley.
Four USA Volleyball regions are sponsoring attendance for coaches who won AVCA Diversity Awards this year:
Adrian Lynch, Physical Education Teacher/Club Director
Blessed Savior Catholic School (WI)/Reinas De La Cancha VBC
Ou Huang, MVP 16 Black Head Coach
Maryland Volleyball Program Club
Shatel Gaines, School Counselor/Assistant Volleyball Coach/Club Director
The Academies at Jonesboro High School (AR) & 870 Volleyball Club
Maci Battle, Graduate Assistant Coach
Alabama A&M University
Samantha Worley, Graduate Assistant Coach/Club Director
University of West Alabama & T-Town Elite Volleyball Club
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