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Posted by Lisa Miranda at May 4, 2019 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
The Central Volleyball Club (CVBC) is dedicated to developing female athletes in the Central California area. The experienced CVBC coaches are committed to teaching the individual fundamental skills and team offensive and defensive systems necessary to compete at the highest level of competition. CVBC exists to provide girls who like to play volleyball with the opportunity to do so in a structured yet fun environment.  
Central Volleyball Club was founded in 2002 by coaches from Rio Vista Middle School and Central High School. In 2009, CVBC became a nonprofit unincorporated organization. Our club currently trains athletes from U-12 to U-18 levels and competes in the most competitive tournaments in Northern California from January-May with practices starting in December. We hope you'll take the opportunity to compete with top athletes and receive instruction from our superior coaching staff. We are confident that the club volleyball experience will be something our athletes will look back on with fond memories for many years to come.
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College Recruiting Information

Posted by Darcy Faegre at Sep 18, 2018 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )


I like volleyball. It's an amazing sport. What do I have to do to get ready to play volleyball in college?

There are several organizations that determine if you qualify to play sports in college. Which organization applies to your situation depends on the college you choose. Three of the largest organizations are NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA. Click on the logos below for more information on how to prepare to participate in college athletics.


I'm ready for college! But I don't know what college is best for me. What do I do?

That's easy! Go to to find the right college for you.


Are you sure I can play volleyball for these colleges?

Check this list of colleges that have women's volleyball to make sure.


So I've done all of that now how do I get college recruiters to connect with me?

University Athlete is a website that does exactly that? They work with recruiters and with student athletes to connect the two of them. Check them out. 

WOW! That's a lot of information. Can you boil it down for me?
Well, it's a complicated and lengthy process so committment to it is the most important thing. If you aren't willing to put forth the effort to find the right college are you sure you are willing to put forth the effort to be the best player for the college of your choice? That being said, we can offer a shorter list to help you stay on track.

  1. Keep your grades up. Every organization and every college has minimum entrance standards and they almost always include your grade point average. Keeping your grade point average high gives you the greatest opportunity when it comes to choosing a college. And as an added bonus you are more likely to qualify for scholorships which will reduce the overall cost of college for you. 
  2. Evaluate your skills...objectively. Have qualified and disinterested parties give you feedback on your skill level. Parents and coaches often have a limited view of the talent out there. Having an outside person give you an honest assessment of your skills is the best way to start moving forward. After all, if you don't know where you are how will you be able to set goals to achieve the performance level you desire?
  3. Develop your skills. Everyone can get better. Even the best players in the world continuously practice and receive coaching to improve the skills they already possess. Coaches love to see athletes that aren't just satisfied but are hungry to learn more and get better. Remember that "getting better" doesn't just mean playing or practicing volleyball. A better diet and strength conditioning are two ways to improve your skills without ever practicing. And you'll be a better person all around!
  4. Enlist assistance. As you can see this is a lengthy, complicated and sometimes expensive process. You'll want any and all help to get you through it. Your parents will probably be your biggest assistance with the process but don't forget about your school counselors, teachers and coaches. There are even professional recruiters that can make the process much easier for everyone, especially you. Big tasks like this are much easier when each person involved carries a little of the load.
  5. Register with student-athlete eligibility centers. The NCAA, NAIA and other student athlete organizations can be the single most important people you interact with during your search. If you fail to work with them you may not be eligible to play at all when you do get to college. Even if you're too young to apply you can familiarize yourself with what you can expect. That will make the application process a lot easier when you are ready to commit.
  6. Be pro-active. Colleges can have literally hundreds of kids trying to get into their athletic programs, if you wait for them to find you they won't. You have to get out there and make sure that your top college choices aren't just aware that you exist but that you have an interest in them. Make sure that if there is a college you would like to go to and an athletic program you would like to participate in that they know that! Some of the top athletic programs may accept less than 1% of the people that apply. It's on you to make sure they understand that you are the 1%!
  7. Be a professional. All of your communication and interactions with EVERY school you are interested in or is interested in you is an important one. Word travels fast throughout the coaching community if there is a player out there that is a class act all around. So even if the school contacting you isn't one that you're interested in be polite and professional. You may find that they are able to find a better fit for you. Conduct yourself poorly and you may find that NO school has a place for you. 
  8. Ask questions. The only stupid question is the one that isn't asked. If you don't know they answer and you can't figure it out on your own don't just sit on your hands and wait for it to come to you..... ASK! You've already got a ton of help from your parents, teachers, coaches and counselors so they're a great place to start. But don't stop with them if you don't get the answer you need, keep trying. Sometimes people you would think would never take the time to work with you are the first people to step up..... once you ask. Is there a college player you've always idolized? Maybe they've gone through the same thing. A short e-mail has never caused a problem and often creates a solution.
  9. Persistence Pays! You're going to run into some hurdles along the way. You're going to hit some walls and feel like you just can't do it any more. You're going to have days (or weeks) where you feel like it's just not worth it. Keep going! You're an athlete. You've committed time and energy. At the end of the day, if you just keep trying, you'll win. Nothing worth while is easy.
I can do all of that but how can I make sure I'm actually executing on the details of my plan?
Here's a list of things that we've put together to help you stay on target. Download it and keep it handy so you know what you've done and what you still need to do. Yes, it's long but we know you can do it. Remember, we're here to help.


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Tournament Results

Posted by Darcy Faegre at Jan 22, 2016 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
Qualifier: 3rd Place 
Qualifier: 13th Place 
Qualifier: 31st Place  
California Kickoff - 9th Place
Qualifier: 2nd Place
President's Day Tournament - 18th out of 90 teams 
California Kickoff - 5th Place 
Qualifier: 9th Place 
President's Day Tournament - 31st out of 147 teams 
Qualifier: 29th Place
President's Day Tournament - 125th out of 147 teams  
16U GOLD POWER - 2019
California Kickoff - 1st Place
President's Day Tournament - 9th out of 112 teams 
2nd Place in Blue Power Division 
California Kickoff - 59th Place 
Qualifier: 6th Place 
President's Day Tournament - 56th out of 112 teams 
12 GOLD PREMIER - 2018
Heah Coach Tina Nunes-Asst Coach Lynn Kuy
Qualifier:  2nd in Gold Division
League #1-10th in Gold Division
President's Day: 17th out of 55 teams
Golden State Classic: 5th
League #2: 1st in Silver Division
League #3
League #4
Regionals: 2nd in the Gold Division
Head Coach Michelle Maher-Asst Coach Katie Emmerling
Qualifier: 22nd in Aqua Division
League #1: 18th in Aqua Division
Spring Fling: 6th Place out of 12 teams
League #2-19th in Agua Division
League #3
League #4
Regionals: 23rd in Aqua Division
Head Coach Lisa Miranda-Asst Coach Amanda Miranda
Qualifier: 17th in the Silver Division
California Kick Off - 13th Place out of 47 teams
President's Day - 14th Place out of 69 teams
League #1
League #2
League #3
Far Westerns: 11th in the Open Division
Regionals: 12th in the Silver Power Division
Head Coach Kendra Nunes-Asst Coach Shanea Laird
CA Kick Off: 37th out of 103 teams
Qualifier: 63rd in the Copper Division
President's Day - 43rd out of 135 teams
League #1
League #2
League #3
Far Westerns: 72nd in the American Division
Regionals: 6th in the Blue Power Division
Heach Coach Sala Satele-Asst Coach Rachel Schaefer
Qualifier: 4th in Gold Division
President's Day: 120th out of 135 teams
League #1: 4th in Gold Division
League #2: 9th in Gold Division
Golden State Classic: 37th
League #3
League #4
Regionals: 15h in the Silver Premier League Division
Head Coach Meigan Miranda-Asst Coach Andria Santoyo
CA Kick Off: 9th Place out of 94 teams
Qualifier: 3rd in Gold Division
President's Day: 9th Place out of 123 teams
League #1-4th in Gold Division
League #2 3rd in Gold Division
League #3
League #4
Regionals: 6th in 18U Gold Premier League Division
Head Coach Joanna Satele-Asst Coach Sam Satele
CA Kick Off: 46th out of 94 teams  
Qualifier: 15th in Silver Division
President's Day: 75th out of 123 teams
League #1: 3rd in Silver Division
League #2: 5th in Gold Division
Golden State Classic: 42nd
League #3
Legue #4
Regionals: 11th in the Gold Division
Head Coach Jason Chacon-Assist Coach Colton Dnsdale
Qualifier: 11th in Gold Division
President's Day Las Vegas: 61st
Golden State Qualfier : 13th out of 32 teams
League #1
League #2
League #3
Regionals: 7th in the Power League Gold Division
Head Coach:  Lisa Miranda - Asst Coach: Amanda Miranda
Qualifier: 3rd Place
League #1: 4th Place (Gold Division) 
President's Day: 17th out of 46 teams
League #2: 1st Place (Gold Division)
Spring Classic: 14th Place
League #3: 2nd Place (Gold Division)
League #4: 4th Place (Gold Division)
Regionals: 2nd Place (Gold Division)
 Head Coach: Tina Nunes - Asst  Coach: Lynn Kuy
Qualifier: 15th Place
League #1: 10th Place (Silver Division)
President's Day: 43rd out of 46 teams
League #2: 1st Place (Bronze Division)
Spring Classic : 16th Place 
League #3 2nd Place (Silver Division)
League #4, 10th Place (Gold Division)
Regionals: 25th (Gold Division)
13 GOLD POWER-2017
Head Coach:  Sala Satele - Asst. Coach: Annalise Reynosa
California Kick Off: 13th out of 36 teams 
Qualifier: 32nd
League #: 33 in Bronze
President's Day: 9th ot of 66 teams
League #: 36 in Bronze
League #3:  42 in Aqua
Far Western: 16th Place in Open Division
Regionals: 1st (Challenger 1 Division)
14 GOLD POWER - 2017 
Head Coach: Sean Farlin - Asst. Coach: Vichai Xiong
California Kick Off: 1st out of 89 teams 
 Qualifier: 37th place
President's Day: 25th out of 126 teams 
League #1: 1st in Aqua
Spring Classic 5th Place 
League #2: 9th in Aqua
League #3: 1st in Aqua
Far Westerns: 21st in Open Division
Regionals: 30th in Bronze Division
 Head Coach:  Kendra Nunes - Asst. Coach: Halee Clevenger
Qualifier: 20th
League #1 in 16U:  20th
President's Day: 61st out of 126 teams
League #2in 16U:  21st (Bronze Division)
Spring Classic: 30th
League #3 in 16U: 1st place (Aqua Division) 
League #4 in 16U:
Regional in 16U: 1st (Aqua Division)
16 GOLD POWER - 2017
Head Coach: Meigan Miranda - Asst. Coach: Alexis Ceja
California Kick Off: 27th out of 91 teams 
Qualifier: 55th
League #1: 2nd in Blue Division
League #2: 8th in Agua Division
Spring Classic: 5th Place
League #3 7th in Aqua Division
Far Westerns: 45th in USA Divison
Regionals: 6th (Challenger 1 Division)
16 BLACK PREMIER - 2017 
Head Coach:  Joanna Satele - Asst. Coach: Samuel Satele 
California Kick Off: 29th out of 91 teams 
Qualfifier in 18U: 9th out of 19 teams
League #1 8U: 10th in Gold Division
League #2 in 18U: 2nd place (Silver Division)
President's Day: 107th out of 123 teams
League #3 in 18U 6th place (Gold Division)
League #4: 8th place (Gold Division
Far Westerns:
Regionals in 18U: 16th (Gold Division)
17 GOLD POWER - 2017
 Head Coach:  Jason Chacon - Asst. Coach:  Devin May
California Kick Off: 13th out of 35 teams
Qualifier: 22nd place
League #1: 7th place (Silver Division)
President's Day: 3rd out of 30 teams
League #2: 11th place (Silver Division)
League #3: 6th in Bronze
Far Westerns:33rd in American  Division
Head Coach: Tina Nunes - Asst Coach: Lynn Kuy 
Qualifier: 1st Place 
League #1: 5th Place (Gold Division) 
President's Day Tournament:  14th Place out of 46 teams
League #2: 3rd Place (Gold Division)  
Spring Classic Tournament:  9th Place out of 59 teams 
League #3:  2nd Place (Gold Division)
League #4: 1st Place (Gold Division) 
Regionals: 3rd Place out of 107 teams 
Head Coach: Devin May - Asst Coach: Makayla Cervantes  
Qualifier: 5th Place 
League #1: 2nd Place (Silver Division) 
President's Day Tournament: 36th Place out of 46 teams 
League #2: 8th Place (Gold Division) 
League #3:  7th Place (Gold Division)
League #4: 3rd Place (Silver Division)  
Regionals: 53rd Place out of 107 teams 
13 GOLD POWER-2016
Head Coach: Lisa Miranda - Asst Coach: Kandasya Lediaev
Cal Kickoff: 2nd Place out of 54 Teams
Qualifier: 21st Place 
League #1: 5th Place (Silver Division) 
President's Day Tournament: 9th Place out of 57 teams 
League #2: 7th Place (Silver Division) 
League #3: 6th Place (Silver Division) 
Far Westerns: 10th Place in Open Division 
Regionals: 17th place (Championship Division) out of 71 teams 
14 GOLD POWER-2016
Head Coach: Meigan Miranda - Asst Coach: Alexis Ceja 
Cal Kickoff: 2nd Place out of 87 Teams 
Qualifier: 37th Place 
League #1: 6th Place (Aqua Division) 
President's Day Tournament: 56th Place out of 131 teams 
League #2: 2nd Place (Aqua Division) 
League #3: 3rd Place (Bronze Division)  
Far Westerns:  33rd Place in USA Division
Regionals:  8th place (Challenger Division 1) out of 107 teams 
Head Coach: Kendra Nunes   
Qualifier: 1st Place 
League #1: 1st Place (Gold Division) 
President's Day Tournament: 92nd out of 131 teams 
League #2: 1st Place (Gold Division) 
League #3: 3rd Place (Gold Division) 
League #4: 2nd place (Gold Division) 
Head Coach: Joanna Satele - Asst Coach: Jr. Satele 
Cal Kickoff: 7th Place out of 108 Teams 
Qualifier: 7th Place (18U Division) 
League #1: 10th Place (18U Gold Division) 
President's Day Tournament:  49th Place out of 118 teams
League #2: 9th Place (18U Gold Division) 
League #3: 3rd Place (18U Gold Division) 
Far Westerns: 52nd in USA Division 
League #4: 2nd Place (18U Gold Divison)
18 GOLD POWER-2016 
Head Coaches: Toni Murphy and Robyn Royston
 Cal Kickoff: 6th Place out of 46 Teams
Qualifier: 50th Place 
League #1: 3rd Place (Blue Division) 
President's Day Tournament: 9th Place out of 58 teams 
 League #2: 2nd Place (Aqua Division)
Golden State Qualifier: 23rd Place out of 40 teams
League #3: 9th Place (Bronze Division)
Regionals: 19th Place (Championship Division) out of 41 teams