(April 11, 2018) – The National Collegiate Volleyball Federation, in cooperation with USA Volleyball, has selected Denver and the Colorado Convention Center as the host city and venue for its 2019 NCVF Collegiate Club Championships to be played April 18-20, 2019. The event is run in partnership with USA Volleyball.
Teams are preparing for the record setting event with over 450 teams competing in the 3 day event taking place in St Louis, MO on April 12-14, 2018. See the National Tournament Home Page for more information about the event.
NCVF Registered Teams and Recognized Leagues are free to use whatever volleyballs they have available for their events during the regular season. NCVF endorses the use of Molten volleyballs for regular season events. NCVF Women's Ranking Tournaments have agreed that play will use the Molten Super Touch.
For the NCVF National Tournament, the Men's divisions will change to the Molten V5M5000-3N FLISTATEC® volleyball, Women's divisions will continue using the Molten Super Touch.
Teams wishing to take advantage of special NCVF pricing from Molten distributors will be able to place orders beginning Wednesday, September 18. The pricing plan is available on all 3 balls: Men's (V5M5000-3N FLISTATEC® and V58L-3 Pro Touch), and the Women's (IV58L-3 Super Touch). The price is $38/ball when buying 12 or more balls and includes free shipping.
2018 NCVF National Championship Tournament
The 2018 NCVF National Championship Tournament will be held in St. Louis, Missouri on April 12-14, 2018. Check-in for the tournament will be on Wednesday, April 11. Tournament registration for eligible teams will open on January 5, 2018. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to be a part of the largest intercollegiate volleyball championship tournament in the world!
The NCVF extends gratitude and best wishes to Anne Pufahl who has retired from the NCVF Board of Directors after a decade of board service. NCVF President Sante Perrelli says “we are really fortunate to have had Anne serve as an original member of our Board of Directors. Her contributions, passion, loyalty, candor, networking and love of all things “NCVF” distinguished her as one of our greatest leaders.”