The USA Volleyball Hall of Fame honors players, coaches officials and other leaders in the sport. Every year, volleyball legends and stars of the sport are inducted into the Hall of Fame as presented at the Dorothy C. Boyce Banquet. This year’s Hall of Fame induction gala has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Those are the three tenets of the International Volleyball Hall of Fame mission. And through the Hall of Fame’s Membership Program, volleyball fans from around the world can be part of the team that is preserving the Game’s history and celebrating the all-time greats. In addition to being part of preserving volleyball history, Members receive a full roster of benefits.
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The Volleyball Hall of Fame is proud to welcome the 14 Founding National Federations of FIVB into the Court of Honor in recognition of their pioneering contributions to establishing the international governing body for the sport of volleyball.
The International Volleyball Hall of Fame (IVHF) was founded to honor extraordinary players, coaches, officials, and leaders who have made significant contributions to the game of volleyball. The Hall of Fame is located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, where volleyball was invented in 1895 by William G. Morgan at the local YMCA.
selected to national volleyball Hall of Fame. UH News » People » Moniz-Kahoʻohanohano selected to national…. August 18, 2021. UH News. University of Hawaiʻi’s Marilyn Moniz- Kahoʻohanohano has been inducted into the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s ( AVCA) Hall of Fame.
USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex and Wild Horse Park to host 2022 GOLD National Championships. Oct. 20, 2021, 2:34 p.m. (ET) OKLAHOMA CITY –– USA Softball is excited to announce that the 2022 ...
Springfield, Mass. — The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today the 20 watch list members for the 2022 Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year Award. Named after Class of 1993 ...
Amy Eckenfels Zink, assistant volleyball coach at Taylor County High School, was inducted into Campbellsville University’s Tiger Hall of Fame over the weekend. A Louisville native, Zink found her way to Taylor County through Campbellsville University, where she played women’s volleyball as a student.