American Volleyball Coaches Association
1994 “Court of Honor” Selection
In 1981, the American Volleyball Association was incorporated as a private non-profit educational corporation with the mission to advance the development of the sport of volleyball by providing coaches with educational programs, a forum for opinion exchange and recognition opportunities.
The AVCA educates its more than 3000 members through its publications Coaching Volleyball, American Volleyball, and Mikasa Power Tips, which are all done in-house and cater to all levels of the volleyball community. Each year, held in conjunction with the NCAA Women’s Championships, the AVCA hosts its annual convention, a five-day event comprised of business meetings, divisional meetings, award banquets, educational sessions and a clinic. In addition, the AVCA administers the National Invitational Volleyball Championships to showcase the talents of the nation’s greatest volleyball players.
In the midst of its fourteenth year, the AVCA continues its commitment to the development, growth and advancement and publicity of volleyball, and as such, it is rightfully recognized in the Volleyball Hall of Fame’s “Court of Honor”.