Congratulations 2019 NCVF National Champions

Men’s DI Champion: Cal Poly-SLO; Runner-Up: U of Illinois
Women’s DI Champion:
Texas A&M; Runner-Up: U of Texas-Austin
Men’s DIAA Champion:
Northeastern U; Runner-Up: Xavier U
Women’s DIAA Champion: Grand Canyon St U; Runner-Up: Auburn U
Men’s DIAAA Champion:
U of Rhode Island; Runner-Up: George Washington U
Women’s DIAAA Champion:
Loyola Marymount U; Runner-Up: UW-Stevens Point
Men’s DII Champion:
Saint Louis U; Runner-Up: Army
Women’s DII Champion:
Sonoma State U; Runner-Up: UW-Eau Claire
Men’s DIII Champion:
Penn State-B; Runner-Up: Ohio State-B
Women’s DIII Champion:
Texas A&M-B; Runner-Up: U of Florida-B

Complete results, the event program and all-tournament teams can be found by clicking here.

DENVER 2019

Following a full season of collegiate club competitions throughout America, NCVF registered teams will convene in Denver, Colorado, April 18-20 for the 2019 NCVF National Championship Tournament.  The tournament will draw 480 men’s and women’s team in ten divisions of play and is the season finale for NCVF registered teams.   Over 5,600 registered athletes along with coaches, parents, vendors, fans and professional support staff will attend, making this event the largest intercollegiate volleyball tournament in the world!

As a show of appreciation to the Denver community, student leaders from NCVF registered teams will be contributing socks to homeless youth in the Denver area, working with the Colorado based “Sock It To ‘Em” Campaign.  As another added feature, Denver Work Force Services, in cooperation with the Denver Sports Commission will sponsor a Career Showcase, for student participants to become familiar with some exceptional Denver based companies and local employment opportunities. 

The NCVF works with USA Volleyball to produce the event and extends its thanks and best wishes to the staff of USA Volleyball.  The NCVF also extends thanks to the Colorado Convention Center, the Denver Sports Commission,  Denver Work Force Services, the Sock It To ‘Em Campaign, Molten, the official volleyball of the NCVF National Championship Tournament, TTS, who provides housing services, Lucky Dog, our apparel provider, certified referees who travel from across the USA and Canada, our on-site medical staff, the many vendors, hotels, parents, administrators and team leaders, as well as the incomparable NCVF Championship Tournament Committee and event staff who makes our championships possible every year.

2019 NCVF SEASON IS UNDERWAY!

            The 2019 NCVF season is underway!  Over 7,500 NCVF registered college students nationwide will be competing in league and NCVF classified competitions this year, all leading up to the 2019 NCVF National Championship Tournament in Denver, on April 18-20.  Don’t miss your opportunity to compete this season and participate in the world’s largest intercollegiate volleyball tournament! Registration is open!

            Tour the NCVF website for all kinds of information regarding this year’s collegiate club season, including the NCVF National Championship Tournament, NCVF Recognized League and event information, NCVF Eligibility and Governance Rules, links to USA Volleyball playing rules, programs and USAV regional volleyball associations, special NCVF pricing from Molten USA and other helpful information.  2019 will rock!

Happy Holidays

The NCVF Board of Directors extends best wishes to you and yours!  We look forward to 2019 and another phenomenal season of league and event participation, with all roads leading to Denver on April 18-20, and the 2019 NCVF National Championships!

Thanks to all the student leaders and athletes, coaches, commissioners, referees, schools, advisors, event hosts, administrators, USA Volleyball and corporate supporters, NCVF committee members, and all the moms, dads and family members, friends, volunteers and alumni for helping to make the 2019 club season possible! You’re the best!