2018 Fall clinic information coming soon!
We continue to have a successful club season ending with three of our team attending the Boys Junior National Championship!
Our U16's and U17's won the New England NERVA boys championship and our U18's were the runner up!
In 2017, MEVBC WON the US Club Nationals. Over 85% or the all state and all division players from where we coach have come out of MEVBC the last 5+ years.
We can't wait for this next season.
If you want more information please send any questions to: [email protected]
MEVBC is a program designed to introduce new players to the game of volleyball and to improve all levels of experienced player. We promote: team-work, discipline, effort and teach success. We work hard, expect all members to do their best, be honest, and have good sportsmanship.
Our coaches are well regarded in the volleyball community. All senior coaches and staff have a history of excellence as players and coaches, check out our coaches biographies on the coaches page. We have close ties with many college programs and have guest coaches like Todd Rogers (two time Olympian and 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist) and Canyon Ceman (World Silver medalist, Volleyball Magazine Fab 100- actually the fab 1) who come to work with our program. Past guest coaches include: Olympic gold medalist Todd Rogers; Rob Machan, the Sacred Heart University head coach; our technical director, Lehigh University head coach and YMCA Volleyball Hall of Fame inductee Bob Bertucci; and Charlie Sullivan, the head coach of Springfield College, 2012, 2013,2014 NCAA Division III National Champions.
Our goal is to teach the game of volleyball, ensure sportsmanship and to build the finest club possible. We welcome beginners and also work with developed players who strive to play in serious college programs. If you have the desire, we will teach you the game. We have multiple teams and players at every level. We want you to improve, we want you to meet your potential, and we want you to love the game.
We were the only New England club to send teams to the Boys National Volleyball Championships the last SIX years.