We are excited to announce that the CVC 12U Falcons will represent CVC and CHRVA at the 2015 USAV Junior Girls National Championships in New Orleans, LA this Summer. The Falcons won their bid at the CHRVA Open Regional Championships on April 19, 2015.
The CVC 12U Owls team won the Silver Medal at the CHRVA 12s Regional Club Championships on Saturday, April 18th, which was played at the Maryland Juniors Sports Center. Pictured are Front Row – Gabby Tseytlin (Mount View Middle), Ayanna Pharaoh (Bond Mill ES), Liz Ott (Sudbrook Magnet MS), Julia Mamo (Mount View Middle). Second Row – Brooke Laumann (Clarksville ES), Holli Kraisser (Centennial Lane ES), Claire Kelly (Clarksville MS), Brianna Bossom (Halethorpe ES), Twyla Thorton, Emily Hollwedel (Burleigh Manor MS), Amina Brown (Lake Elkridge MS). Coaches – Emily Bush and Jessie Link.
Please save the date for our end-0f-season celebration. We will be at Centennial Park in Ellicott City on Wednesday, June 10th from 5:30pm – 8:00pm.
We will have more information coming, but we wanted to get the word out so that everyone can make plans to attend. One last chance to celebrate another great CVC season with your coaches, teammates and families.
The CVC 15U Storm girls have really outdone themselves this weekend and last weekend. The Storm made the final of the Silver A bracket at Big South in Atlanta and finished 19th overall out of 136 teams over Easter weekend. The previous weekend, the Storm made the Gold bracket at NEQ in Philadelphia and finished 9th overall out of 83 teams! Major accomplishments for the girls! Great job!
The Columbia Volleyball Club Falcons (12-U) claim their pot of Gold (Medal) at the NVVA 12’s Spring Fling Tournament in Sterling, VA on Sunday, March 15, 2015.
Two CVC players were recently named “BEST BLOCKER” and “BEST SETTER” at the Capitol Hill Classic in Washington DC over the Presidents Day Weekend.
Saadia Sahadeo of the 16U Lightning, a Junior at Northwood High School, won Best Blocker in the 16U Patriot Division. Saadia, pictured above with her coach Michael Rainbow, helped her team finish with a strong showing in the Gold Bracket of the newly-formed Patriot Division.
Brenna O’Reilly of the 12U Falcons, a student at St. Louis School, won Best Setter in the 12U Division while helping lead her team to a 3rd place finish in the Gold Bracket.
Columbia Volleyball Club has been participating in the Capitol Hill Classic since its beginnings 9 years ago, and for the first time all CVC teams participated in the event where more than 850 teams competed over the Presidents Day Weekend in Washington DC. The tournament, hosted by Metro Atlantic Volleyball Club, has grown tremendously over the years and now has a qualifier-like feel to it as teams come from all over the country to compete with team from the CHRVA region.
The 12U Falcons had an outstanding weekend, finishing with the Bronze Medal by finishing third in the Gold Bracket for the 12U division. The Falcons finished with a 6-2 match record, falling in the semi-final to the eventual division champion.
The 16U Lightning also had a strong weekend with a 5-2 Match record, finishing in the Gold Bracket of the newly-formed Patriot division.
The 17U Eclipse started strong on Saturday and finished up in the Silver bracket of the Patriot division with a 9-6 (60%) set record
Other results from the Capitol Hill Classic:
12U Owls – Finished strong with taking the Flight 4 Bracket, in their first multi-day tournament
13U Hawks – Also playing in their first multi-day tournament, finished strong by taking the Flight 4 Bracket in the Club division
13U Eagles – After a strong 2-1 start on Saturday, finished in the Bronze Bracket in the Open division
14U Cardinals – Many players in their first multi-day tournament, an outstanding 3-0 finish Sunday, finishing in Flight 2A in the Club division
14U Condors – Finished in Flight 2 of the Open division
15U Typhoon – Finished with a strong 6-3 match record, going 3-0 on Saturday and finishing in the Bronze C bracket of the Club division
15U Storm – Finished in Flight 1 of the Open division
16U Thunder – Outstanding 7-1 match record, won Flight 2C of the Club division
18U Comets – After an outstanding 3-0 Sunday, finished in Flight 1B of the Open Division