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Who is Williamsburg Volleyball Club?

Who we are

Williamsburg Volleyball Club was founded to promote the growth and development of junior volleyball players in a positive and enriching environment.

Our objectives are:

  • To promote volleyball education and the growth of USA Junior Volleyball throughout the Williamsburg/Peninsula area.
  • To provide appropriate team and individual coaching for all players.
  • To expose every player to his or her highest level of competition in volleyball, including national play.
  • To provide an avenue for players to pursue collegiate volleyball scholarships and/or play.
  • To ensure every Williamsburg Volleyball Club player and coach conduct themselves in a positive and professional manner.
  • To encourage coaches to constantly improve their knowledge and understanding of the game through ongoing training and study.

How It All Started

Williamsburg Volleyball Club started as an adult volleyball club for the 1979-1980 season.  The Club was a spin off of Peninsula Volleyball Club which is no longer active.  Junior teams were first added for the 1990-1991 season.  Williamsburg Volleyball Club had both boys and girls 18s teams that first season, with Kim Dickinson & Burt White, as the respective coaches.  Today, Williamsburg Volleyball Club currently fields teams ranging from ages 7-18.  Many of our members find academic and athletic success at the collegiate level.

Lewis Edwards in the middle receiving serve and thinking about getting a haircut.

Lewis Edwards in the middle receiving serve and thinking about getting a haircut.

Larry Stolarski getting low.

Larry Stolarski flaunting his mullet in the huddle.

Larry Stolarski (at the net) and Lewis Edwards (balancing on one leg) covering the hitter.