Posted on 09 December 2012 by Chuck Rey
Will you be there?
I look forward to a couple new teams this year, Oregon and Michigan, while the experienced teams of Penn State and Texas will have to battle it out in the semi-finals. I think it will be Penn State and Oregon in the Finals, and I hope it’s another great one!
I’ll also be presenting at the AVCA Convention to the First Time Attendees on Wednesday at 4:30pm followed by a reception at 5:45pm. Come by and heckle me. If you’ve been to Convention before, we are looking for Big Brothers / Big Sisters to pair-up with a First Time Attendee. You can do so at the Reception.
Posted on 26 November 2012 by Chuck Rey
Have you filled out your bracket?
NCAA-womens-volleyball-bracket-2012 click to download pdf
Posted on 01 December 2011 by Chuck Rey
Updated NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship Schedule
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Posted on 29 November 2011 by Chuck Rey
Posted on 21 April 2011 by Chuck Rey
UCLA won the first NCAA men's volleyball championship in 1970
Don’t forget! The Men’s NCAA Volleyball Semi-Finals and Championships will be held at Penn State on May 5th – 7th. I’ve contemplated taking the drive north to State College to see the matches live, but a $400 round trip in gas prices for my not so fuel-efficient SUV is scaring me away. At least I can watch them on TV or online. Following is the ESPN broadcast schedule: Continue Reading
Posted on 19 December 2010 by Chuck Rey
This past week in Kansas City at the AVCA Convention and Final Four was thoroughly enjoyable. It was 24 hours of volleyball. Blissful.
Even though volleyball is one of the most popular sports in the world, we, in the United States, are fortunate it has not blown-up yet (it will). It provides us the accessibility for legends Continue Reading
Posted on 12 December 2010 by Chuck Rey
The most wonderful time of the volleyball year! After a great weekend of sweet sixteen and elite eight matches, it leads to the AVCA Convention, held in Kansas City this year, and the Final Four matches. The year of volleyball parody is evident with only one of the top four seeds making it into the Final Four. Should we be surprised it’s Penn State? We should stop doubting Russ Rose and his ability to coach and recruit, but Continue Reading