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More AVP MBO Friday: Tri Bourne makes his return, expansive photo gallery

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AVP Manhattan Beach: Seeds 1-2-3-5 sitting pretty on both sides

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. ó Seeds 1-2-3-5 were the order of the day Friday at the AVP Manhattan Beach Open. On the menís side, the winners bracket shows top-seeded Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena playing fifth-seeded Casey Patterson and Stafford Slick, while second-seeded Theo Brunner and John Hyden take on third-seeded Taylor Crabb and Jake Gibb. […] The post AVP Manhattan Beach: Seeds 1-2-3-5 sitting pretty on both sides appeared first on Volleyballmag.com. ...


Volleyball Quick Hits: Bansley-Wilkerson beat Hughes-Ross in FIVB World Tour Finals

VolleyballMag.com’s ongoing update of happenings in the world of volleyball. Got a news nugget Email Lee@volleyballmag.com or Ed@volleyballmag.com: Bansley-Wilkerson beat Hughes-Ross in FIVB World Tour Finals: Canadians Heather Bansley and Brandi Wilkerson dealt Americans Sara Hughes and Summer Ross a 22-20, 14-21, 15-10 defeat in pool play Friday at the FIVB World Tour Finals in […] The post Volleyball Quick Hits: Bansley-Wilkerson beat Hughes-Ross in FIVB World Tour Finals appeared...


The best NCAA menís recruiting class? UCLA, by far

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AVP Manhattan Beach: Prosser caps cancer recovery, top seeds get through

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. — Eight qualifiers made it through on both the men’s and women’s sides Thursday of the AVP Manhattan Beach Open, including a number of surprising pairs. For example, Jacob Landel and Lev Priima were the 36th-seeded qualifiers, and they got into the main draw. The downside is they get top-seeded Phil Dalhausser […] The post AVP Manhattan Beach: Prosser caps cancer recovery, top seeds get through appeared first on Volleyballmag.com. ...


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More AVP MBO Friday: Tri Bourne makes his return, expansive photo gallery

Become a Premium subscriber to continue reading. VolleyballMag.com Premium subscribers get: More overall in-depth coverage and feature articles than anywhere in the volleyball universe Increased juniors coverage NCAA women’s volleyball coverage including features, examining issues and daily roundups that you can’t find anywhere else And, of course, coverage of beach volleyball and Ed Chan’s photos […] The post More AVP MBO Friday: Tri Bourne makes his return, expansive ph...


Premium content available on VolleyballMag.com

Become a Premium subscriber to continue reading. VolleyballMag.com Premium subscribers get: More overall in-depth coverage and feature articles than anywhere in the volleyball universe Increased juniors coverage NCAA women’s volleyball coverage including features, examining issues and daily roundups that you can’t find anywhere else And, of course, coverage of beach volleyball and Ed Chan’s photos […] The post Premium content available on VolleyballMag.com appeared first ...


AVP Manhattan Beach: Seeds 1-2-3-5 sitting pretty on both sides

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. ó Seeds 1-2-3-5 were the order of the day Friday at the AVP Manhattan Beach Open. On the menís side, the winners bracket shows top-seeded Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena playing fifth-seeded Casey Patterson and Stafford Slick, while second-seeded Theo Brunner and John Hyden take on third-seeded Taylor Crabb and Jake Gibb. […] The post AVP Manhattan Beach: Seeds 1-2-3-5 sitting pretty on both sides appeared first on Volleyballmag.com. ...


Volleyball Quick Hits: Bansley-Wilkerson beat Hughes-Ross in FIVB World Tour Finals

VolleyballMag.com’s ongoing update of happenings in the world of volleyball. Got a news nugget Email Lee@volleyballmag.com or Ed@volleyballmag.com: Bansley-Wilkerson beat Hughes-Ross in FIVB World Tour Finals: Canadians Heather Bansley and Brandi Wilkerson dealt Americans Sara Hughes and Summer Ross a 22-20, 14-21, 15-10 defeat in pool play Friday at the FIVB World Tour Finals in […] The post Volleyball Quick Hits: Bansley-Wilkerson beat Hughes-Ross in FIVB World Tour Finals appeared...


The best NCAA menís recruiting class? UCLA, by far

Become a Premium subscriber to continue reading. VolleyballMag.com Premium subscribers get: More overall in-depth coverage and feature articles than anywhere in the volleyball universe Increased juniors coverage NCAA women’s volleyball coverage including features, examining issues and daily roundups that you can’t find anywhere else And, of course, coverage of beach volleyball and Ed Chan’s photos […] The post The best NCAA men’s recruiting class UCLA, by far appear...


AVP Manhattan Beach: Prosser caps cancer recovery, top seeds get through

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. — Eight qualifiers made it through on both the men’s and women’s sides Thursday of the AVP Manhattan Beach Open, including a number of surprising pairs. For example, Jacob Landel and Lev Priima were the 36th-seeded qualifiers, and they got into the main draw. The downside is they get top-seeded Phil Dalhausser […] The post AVP Manhattan Beach: Prosser caps cancer recovery, top seeds get through appeared first on Volleyballmag.com. ...


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- 1017 by Sports Attack

Item description: This Volleyball Equipment Training product is by Sports Attack - Volleyball Training. National teams to college to club teams can all benefit from the Attack's powerful game-simulating repetition of drills from floaters to jump serve receiving, to digging, spiking, passing and setting, all delivered from a realistic over-the-net (men's) release point of 6' to 9'-3" at speeds up to 70 MPH. Compare all Attack models Wheel Propelled vs. Air. Volleyball Ball Bag is included with each purchase (two bags highly recommended). Precise Repetition Training: The Sports Attack volleyball machines will deliver thousands of reps in daily practice of serve receiving, digging and spiking. Accuracy and repeatability are assured in every drill, eliminating time wasting errant hits. Serving: A full range of spins is provided by all three machines, throwing both sharp topspins and breaking floaters to simulate match situations. Can also be easily rolled along the serving baseline, changing the angle of serves. The Attack and Attack II provide a realistic serve release point and can deliver a jump serve at international level speeds and quality. New locating pins instantly position throwing head to men's or women's height or down to setting position. Spiking: The Attack and Attack II machines provide actual angles from over the net and top speeds to make real game conditions a part of every digging drill. Setting: Rapid reps with varying intervals will meet the requirements of any setting drill. Accurate and consistent soft sets with no spin are provided at any angle and height. Our machines can be set to release the ball from a realistic height, not unrealistically from floor level like some competitive units. New locating pins instantly position throwing head down into setting position. Horizontal throwing head movement allows the coach to point in any direction, working straight on, in the seams or to an individual's weak side to really extend any player's range. Vertical movement coupled with the horizontal movement, means the coach can instantl... Learn More

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