Fill Your Bucket Challenge

There have been lots of social media challenges. This one is different. Jeremy CaseBeer filled his bucket with trash from the sand and put it in a proper trash can. This is something everyone can do, and it will help save our environment, and it only takes 5 minutes! Why isn’t everyone doing this? Check out BVNE this weekend and see our results! Follow us on Instagram @BVNEvents to see….

Follow Jeremy Casebeer here and #leaveourbeachesbetter. Who wouldn’t want a clean beach to play volleyball on!

BVNE February 2nd and 3rd, What a Weekend!

On February 2nd under driving rain and under 1,300 square feet of tents the Kauai Bikini Tournament brought serious competitors to Santa Monica California from states and provinces from coast to coast. First, an important thank you to the dad/coach who helped protect our tents from being flooded out. Not everyone helps out especially when no one is there to see it or say thank you. Then you let us know what was happening and never even took credit for how much work you did. We were able to have a great and uninterrupted event for the players to shine through the rain because of your help. Next, another important thank you to Steven Ascher from King & Queen of the beach® for bringing a huge supply of tents to help players, parents, and coaches on a rainy weekend. Thank you both from BVNE™.

The day actually started with the college coaches clinic with players checking in at 6:45 am in the rain. This was an epic rain and didn’t slow down the toughest upcoming players in beach volleyball. The BVNE College Coaches Clinic brought together Anna Collier Head Coach from USC, Jenny Johnson Jordan from UCLA, John Daze from Pepperdine, Mike Campbell from Long Beach State, Zane McFarlane from LMU with small groups of players on each of their courts.

At 9:30, balls were in the air at the Kauai Bikini Tournament! This wasn’t just rain. Did you hear about what was happening in nearby Malibu? Check it out below. Bad weather for sure! These players showed how well organized they are and the quality family support these players came to the event with. You can’t make it through a rainy day alone, and these players seemed to be very prepared for an event in uncontrollable weather, just like gulf shores a few years ago. We hope you all take those skills with you through college!

At the end of the day the sun came out for a while and the sunset college coaches clinic with USC’s Gustavo Rocha went until about 5:20 pm. Most, maybe all of these players had just spent the day at the Kauai Bikini Tournament in the pounding rain. Even so they still had a great experience with a coach who has been to the championships with USC legend Anna Collier.

The next morning under more rain the BVNE™ College Recruiting Showcase hosted players from 15 states and provinces and collegiate coaches from:

  • UCLA
  • USC
  • Pepperdine
  • Cal Berkeley
  • Stanford
  • UC Davis
  • LMU
  • Long Beach State
  • TCU
  • South Carolina
  • ASU
  • Stephen F Austin University
  • Vanguard University
  • WestCliff University
  • University St Katherines
  • California Marymount
  • Cal State University Bakersfield

This was a day with calm skies and periods of pounding and loud rain. Players put on their best game with seventeen coaches watching throughout the day. These players earned their wins by staying organized and by planning ahead to stay warm when not playing and taking advantage of the conditions whenever possible. Congratulations to all the winners!

To all the players, parents, and coaches, a big thank you from BVNE. You were traveling from some places where the day before it was thirty degrees below zero. Rain was forecast for the event weekend and you put your trust in BVNE to bring you a great event after your hard work getting to Santa Monica. Everyone weathered the storm and showed college coaches who where in attendance both days that BVNE players come prepared and ready for collegiate level athletics.

We hope to see you all again June 15-16th, July 30-31st, and Oct 26-27th on our remaining national showcase weekends. BVNE will NOT cancel an event due to wind or rain. The show must always go on. 

BVNE™ bringing everyone together!

Events coming up on the 2nd and 3rd of February will be a weekend to remember. We are bringing together the best and most positive environment for athletes to perform in!

Saturday we start the day with coaches from UCLA, USC, Pepperdine, Long Beach, and LMU all sharing their insight with players at our clinic with check in starting at 6:40 am for a 7 am start.

Shortly after that the Kauai Bikini™ Tournament will start with 8:30 check in and 9:30 start, and throughout the day we will be there with POWERHANDZ® training gear, Sandarac will help keep our courts smooth, and Firefly™ recovery gear. Don’t forget you have a shot at winning extra Kauai Bikini bottoms!

Saturday afternoon we have another coaches clinic with USC from 3:15 pm until 5:15. More opportunity to gain insights from coaches who have seen it all!

Sunday morning the big day starts. College recruiting showcase check in starts at 7:00 am, with an 8:00 am tournament start. Advance check in is available Saturday at the Kauai Bikini Tournament after 10 am.

BVNE is working with Dr. Nelson Santos who has previously provided services to USA Volleyball Medical Support Team, and was the Chiropractic Coordinator 2017 & 2018 USA Track & Field National Championships, and is the Volunteer Chiropractor AVP So Cal Tour: 2008-2018. Dr. Santos has been taking care of the pro volleyball players for 11 years. He is helping to set the stage to treat the 200+ athletes like pros with 6 Athletic Trainers lead by an Olympic ATC in Brazil and 3 Chiropractors lead by Joel Bienenfeld who’s an Olympic chiropractor in London. Dr. Santos and BVNE have been sponsored by KT Tape®, Tiger Balm®, and Fremont College who will be on site offering free massages to help our players safely do their best.

Seth Rose and Transition Performance specialize in Mental Performance Consulting and Sport Psychology Services to help athletes perform at their highest potential when it matters most or in high pressure situations. He’s worked with multiple levels and sports including elite level high school athletes from IMG Sports Academy, Division 1 athletics, and Olympic hopefuls. Seth Rose, M.S., USAT L1 will be on site Saturday AND Sunday!

Thirsty this Sunday? Try some Hint® Water! If you have never had some this is the time to try it. Hint is “delicious without sugar or sweeteners”. This is great tasting water made by people who care. You can read their story here and find out why Hint® is worth it!

Prizes at the showcase? BVNE has our players covered. Top divisions on Sunday will receive prizes from Lolë, BreakWater, Kauai Bikini, Wave Wear, and we have Bluetooth wireless speakers and headsets too!

BVNE would like to say thank you to all our sponsors, and all the players and parents who put their trust in us! Beach Volleyball National Events wouldn’t be able to bring you these events without the generous support of the King of the Beach® and Queen of the Beach® teams. Thank you for making this possible!

Mental Performance Consulting by Seth Rose Feb 2nd & 3rd 2019

BVNE is proud to host Transition Performance at the college recruiting showcase this February 3rd, and the Kauai Bikini Tournament on February 2nd!

Seth Rose specializes in Mental Performance Consulting and Sport Psychology Services to help athletes perform at their highest potential when it matters most or in high pressure situations. He’s worked with multiple levels and sports including elite level high school athletes from IMG Sports Academy, Division 1 athletics, and Olympic hopefuls.

You can see what they are all about on social media on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. All the details are on their website at www.transitionperformance.org or via email at transitionyourperformance@gmail.com. Thank you Seth for spending your time with BVNE athletes!

Lolë on the beach!

2019 brings another surprise for BVNE players. Lolë is sponsoring BVNE in 2019 with beautiful and eco-friendly premium water bottles. These will keeps beverages cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 hours. Keeping plastic out of the environment never gets old.

Check out their entire selection at www.lolelife.com/collections/women-bottles

Lolë doesn’t just make water bottles either. They have a great selection of men’s and women’s active clothing too. Definitely check them out on instagram @lole.

Thank you for bringing the best to BVNE!

Sandarac is coming to BVNE College Recruiting Showcase

The BVNE College Recruiting Showcase events just got a new sponsor! This February 2019 everyone will get to see the Sandarac sand rake in action. This is the fastest way to take get courts ready for competition! Check out their video right here to see how it’s done.

We can’t wait to see it in action. Thanks for making trip to support BVNE!

New transfer rule eliminates permission-to-contact process

To a lot of student athletes, especially those in division 1 schools, this is big news. Student-athletes can now seek transfer to another college without the approval of their coaches. To put it another way, coaches can no longer block student athlete transfers. Anything related to NCAA regulations is always difficult to follow given the myriad of regulations that have been created over the years for everyone’s own interests and goals. We’re sure there are a lot of conversations going in in compliance offices, with recruiters, and maybe even college coaches. Give this a careful read before you get started.

New transfer rule eliminates permission-to-contact process

New transfer rule eliminates permission-to-contact process

Beginning in October, Division I student-athletes will have the ability to transfer to a different school and receive a scholarship without asking their current school for permission.

Source: www.ncaa.org/about/resources/media-center/news/new-transfer-rule-eliminates-permission-contact-process

Barons Volleyball at Fountain Valley High School

The Endless Summer Volleyball Club started as an indoor club called Team WAVE, which is the parent organization behind BVNE. Since then, Team WAVE has become a beach only club under the new name. After that change, we had equipment sitting unused that needed a new home. When we heard the Fountain Valley High School Barons volleyball program needed equipment, it was a perfect fit to donate our indoor poles and practice balls. We are so happy we could make this donation to Fountain Valley. Good luck on your indoor season!

The AVP teams up with the King of the Court Series

“The King of the Court series brings back the fast-paced match play the athletes have grown up on- more action, more excitement for the fans and the chance for the athletes to be named the King or Queen of the Court.”

2018 KOC AVP IMG

Your favorite AVP athletes will be taking on the world on their home turf.
Admission will be FREE but you can purchase VIP tickets here.

Fans from around the world can watch every point with a free livestream on AVP.com. The King of the Court Crown Series Events will be Live Stream on KingoftheCourt.com.

Along with the new match play and world-class volleyball, fans can enjoy the entire AVP experience with Sponsor Village, beats by DJ Roueche, the Kona Brewing Oasis and more.
The athletes participating in the King of the Court Series include:

Jake Gibb & Taylor Crabb

Phil Dalhausser & Nick Lucena

Casey Patterson & Stafford Slick

Maddison McKibbin & Riley McKibbin

Tri Bourne & Trevor Crabb

Sean Rosenthal & Chase Budinger

April Ross & Alix Klineman

Sara Hughes & Summer Ross

Kelly Claes & Brittany Hochevar

Emily Day & Betsi Flint

Kelley Larsen & Emily Stockman

Karissa Cook & Katie Spieler

Terese Cannon & Sarah Sponcil

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BVNE Juniors Beach Club League for club and high school teams

This Saturday August 11th, 2018 is the start of the fall season of the Juniors Beach Club League! High schools and clubs at all levels come to play, grow and win with BVNE. Our JBCL league has two seasons per year, and places players in divisions by ability. In high school or club volleyball, players at all levels play at the highest level they can. JBCL players work with their club or high school coaches to play in grow in high school divisions 1 through 5, or the 14U, 12U divisions.

What makes the JBCL more than just a tournament series is the starters divisions.  This is where coaches and BVNE staff help first time players play in their first tournaments. Coaches can help new players with special coaching rules, the BVNE team helps players learn how to report scores and get to know tournament formats, and everyone is there to help ensure good sportsmanship at the event. Check out our schedule for JBCL events or visit the JBCL website for more details!

This is what growing the game looks like, and BVNE would to thank the King of the Beach® organization for their support again this year!