Chicago Tribune Article: Many women lead boys volleyball teams, but for how much longer?Read More »
John Kessel, USA Volleyball’s 2019 Frier Award Recipient (and fellow blogger) It is befitting ...
How many times at the end of a volleyball match, or any sporting event, do we see the officials, ref...
There is a paradigm shift in sports. Volleyball continues to grow. Sports Illustrated reported that ...
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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 »