Volleyball has become the second-most-played sport in the world. On average, nearly one out of eight people on the planet play volleyball at least once a week.Read More »
The three ultimate compliments a coach can receive are: When a former student-athlete that played un...
Move over football, baseball, basketball and hockey – it’s volleyball’s time. If i...
Coaching is a challenging profession. It is cutthroat, extremely competitive, and extraordinarily ti...
This season, Winthrop Volleyball found a good bit of success, an undefeated conference season (16 – ...
The literally thousands of posts, comments, tweets, etc. about Mike has been positively overwhelming...
In almost 25 years of coaching in the Big Ten, Coach Mike Hebert finds ways to keep life on the road interesting by asking his rookie volunteer coaches (me) their favorite Big Ten Volleyball Arenas.Read More »
The 2009 USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championship hosted in Miami took place over the past week.Read More »
There are a few volleyball forums in cyberspace, but the hands down favorite is VolleyTalk.Read More »
Amber and Kadi Rolfzen can forever debate who was the youngest player to ever commit to play volleyball at Nebraska.Read More »
Starlings Volleyball Group introducing girls to volleyball and much moreRead More »
‘Tis the volleyball camp season, the summer time of year when parents will send their kids off on a two, three, four or five day journey to play volleyball for likely 12 hours a day.Read More »
A simple piece for parents and what they should say to their child, of any age, before and after a match.Read More »
Has Bobby Scales been robbed of a lucrative baseball career because of the baseball steroid era?Read More »
Pictures of the new studio apartment in downtown Minneapolis, right on Loring Park.Read More »
I must give mad props to Streamy. I guess its best described as a social network content management system or a content hub. In somewhat-non-techie-termsRead More »
Moving. Fourth time in a year. Move - is a four letter word.Read More »
A volleyball parent asks how much volleyball should her 11 year old be playing?Read More »
Chicago Tribune Article: Many women lead boys volleyball teams, but for how much longer?Read More »
Three billion of the world’s 200 billion-plus paper cups end up at the dump each year bear the Starbucks logo
Three billion of the world's 200 billion-plus paper cups that start as trees and end up at the dump each year bear the Starbucks logoRead More »
The inside of Starbucks is a billboard of eco-friendliness. The employees rant about it, the stores are decorated in signs about it, and even the company website has a section devoted to it. Howard Shultz certainly must practice what he preaches while sipping his mocha latte on one of the three company's "eco-friendly" private jets.Read More »
In 1972, Magnavox developed the first ever volleyball video game for their Odyssey Game System Since that time, over 50 volleyball video games have been produced around the world.Read More »
Karch Kiraly Named USA Volleyball Women's Assistant CoachRead More »
Another highlight of my time at the University of Minnesota was the opportunity to not only meet Lindsey Berg, but get to know her.Read More »
A narrative about a woman growing up in the slums of Nairobi and becoming a special 'doctor'.Read More »
So I will no longer be shopping at Barnes and Noble...Read More »
Mike Hebert put Karch Kiraly on speaker-phone where the discussion migrated to goofy-footed approaches...Read More »
To err is human... and to blame it on a computer is even more so.Read More »
One of my best moments coaching at the University of Minnesota was a pre-season match against, at the time, #4 ranked Cal.Read More »
Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey I created this blog to answer a few questions, for my random thoughts, and for others to reflect on my opinions. The two questions I seem to get asked most lately are: 1. What was it ...Read More »