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Legion Volleyball Club (LVC) has been established to construct a positive learning environment for athletes who have a passion for the game while also providing a high level of on court volleyball training. We strive to provide each player with unparalleled instruction to help develop their skills, character and sportsmanship so they are able to reach their maximum playing abilities.


As our players strive for constant growth, so will our coaches. Therefore, communication between players, coaches and parents will be held in the highest regard. As LVC continues to grow, we take pride in helping young athletes continue to grow to become better athletes, students & members of the community. The LVC players and coaches will abide by four pillars at all times: accept personal responsibility, give your best effort, show respect (opponents and fans), and treat your teammates & coaches like family.


The players will compete in USA Volleyball (USAV) tournaments throughout the year. USAV is the national governing body of volleyball in America and has its headquarters in Colorado Springs at the Olympic Training Center. Within the USAV program is the United States Junior Olympic (USJO) program for boys and girls of all ages. Participation has grown to over 300,000 players in recent years. The USAV ensures that their sanctioned events are conducted consistently and under the proper conditions. All USAV coaches are required to go through coaching certification training and offer training advancement to those coaches who wish to pursue further education. USAV hosts many large-scale regional events which could lead to an opportunity to participate at the Junior National Championships.


IREVA (Iroquois-Empire Volleyball Association)
IREVA is the regional governing body for organized club volleyball. IREVA provides training, scorekeeper training and certification, tournament scheduleing, annual Championship Tournaments and many other things. You can visit their website at

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