Unexpected Opportunities Fuel Benedict College Men’s Team

Benedict College is one of six HBCUs that started a men’s volleyball program thanks to grants from USA Volleyball and First Point Volleyball Foundation. Find out more about the new team.

Marv Dunphy to be Given Frier Award at Hall of Fame Ceremony

Dunphy will become the 52nd winner of the Harold T. Friermood “Frier” Award, which recognizes longtime significant contributions to volleyball, at the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame ceremony at the Dorothy C. Boyce Banquet on May 25 in Orlando, Fla. The Frier Award is considered USA Volleyball’s highest honor.

Clubs Partner with USAV for Beach ParaVolley Programming

Five volleyball clubs from around the country will partner with USA Volleyball to carry out beach ParaVolley programming for disabled veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces.

WNT Update: Monza Making Moves in Italy

Updates on U.S. women playing for professional clubs overseas

Making History: The Creation of Morehouse Volleyball

Morehouse volleyball’s inaugural season begins Saturday, Feb. 5 after a two-year process of building the program and giving one athlete an unexpected opportunity to play college volleyball.

MNT Update: Anderson Named January MVP in Italy

Updates on U.S. men’s players competing for pro clubs around the world.

Retirement Series: Kim Hill

Kim Hill is a two-time Olympian and Olympic medalist who started with the team in 2013 after being “discovered” at the U.S. Women’s Open Tryout (now the U.S. Women’s National Team Open Program). A year later, she was named MVP of the 2014 FIVB World Championship as the U.S. took gold.

MNT Update: Longtime Teammates Collide in Poland

Keep up to date on U.S. men’s volleyball players competing overseas

Retirement Series: Nichole Millage

We continue our athlete retirement series by honoring Nichole Millage of the U.S. Women’s Sitting Team. Nichole is a four-time Paralympic medalist who started with the team in 2005, less than a year after the team won a surprise bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games. She was named an alternate for the team that competed at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games, but then got the surprise call to play and won her second Paralympic gold medal.

Retirement Series: Phil Dalhausser

Phil Dalhausser ended his illustrious international career in 2021. He won Olympic gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and he also won the 2007 Beach Volleyball World Championship.