WELCOME TO THE ALOHA REGION JUNIORS WEBSITE

The Aloha Region is part of USA Volleyball and provides membership for the islands of Oahu, Maui and Kauai.  Here you will find announcements on upcoming junior events in our region.  Feel free to email us if you have questions.

2014 DUKE OCEANFEST BEACH VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

The Aloha Region and Spike and Serve proudly announce registration for:

 

2014 Duke OceanFest Beach Volleyball Championships sponsored by Mauna Loa Macadamia Nuts. 

 

This event is very special as it honors Duke Kahanamoku:  an Olympic medalist, ambassador of aloha, and one of the early pioneer players of beach volleyball, invented 99 years ago in Waikiki.

 

On Saturday, August 16th we will run Duke’s Doubles Championships and on Sunday, August 24th we will run Duke’s Four person championships at Queen’s Beach in Waikiki. We will offer boys and girls tournaments in the U18, U16, U14, and U12 age divisions (USAV age definitions). Tournament play will begin with Pool play and lead into seeded elimination rounds towards the finals where we name the Duke’s Oceanfest champions.  All participants are guaranteed at least 3 matches.

 

Online registration is now Open.  Click here to register.  All participants must be current USA Volleyball members.  The cost for registration for doubles is $50 per team ($25 per person).  The cost for registration for fours is $80 per team ($20 per person).  

 

Click HERE to register.

 

Click HERE for a list of August 16 (doubles) results.

 

Click HERE for a list of August 24 (fours) registered teams.

 

Call #728-1534 or email alohajuniors@gmail.com if you have questions.

 

Registration deadline:  Saturday, August 23rd for Fours

 

Posted 08/16/14

ALOHA REGION HP GIRLS NATIONAL SELECT TEAM TAKE BRONZE

Congratulations to the Aloha Region HP Girls National Select team for finishing 3rd in a field of 22 teams at the 2014 USA Volleyball High Performance Championships held in Tulsa, OK.   The Aloha Region HP Girls National Youth team placed 10th out of 18 teams.  See rosters below.

2014 ALOHA REGION HP TEAMS - FINAL ROSTERS

 

Congratulations to the following players who will represent the Aloha Region in the 2014 USA Volleyball High Performance Championships on July 22-26, 2014 at the Tulsa Convention Center/Cox Business Center in Tulsa, OK.

 

GIRLS NATIONAL YOUTH TEAM:

  1. Taecia Akana (Maunalani)
  2. Alyssa Borje-Bonkowski (ASICS Rainbows)
  3. Anabela Cagen (Hawaiian Style)
  4. Destyni Grace (Jammers)
  5. Jordan Ishida (Maunalani)
  6. Kaya Melchor (Jammers)
  7. Nohea Ornellas (Lanikai)
  8. Shayla-Ann Santos (Jammers)
  9. Chloe Snyder (Jammers)
  10. Milan Yasso (Hawaiian Style)

Head Coach:  Jenic Tumaneng

Assistant Coach:  Koala Matsuoka

Assistant Coach:  Lynden Keala

Team Rep:  Cindy Flynn

 

GIRLS NATIONAL SELECT TEAM:

  1. Sydney Aea (Mililani)
  2. Isabella Bauer (SAS)
  3. Shelby Capllonch (TAVA)
  4. Naiya Fujikawa (SAS)
  5. Jhenna Gabriel (Kuikahi)
  6. Madison Goodman (Mililani)
  7. Leiana Leong (SAS)
  8. Aysia Miller (Mililani)
  9. Tia Nagami (HI Intensity)
  10. Makena Tongg-Woodall (SAS)

Head Coach:  Tommy Lake

Assistant Coach:  Lynden Keala

Assistant Coach:  Koala Matsuoka

Team Rep:  Cindy Flynn

 

Updated 06/07/14

ALOHA "TURF" VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT

SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 20, 2014

Aloha "Turf" Volleyball Tournament
Saturday - September 20, 2014 @ Palama Settlement
9am-4pm (check in @ 8am)
ABV Grass Tournament-Sep20 2014.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.1 MB]
MAHALO FROM TEAM USA AND TEAM BRAZIL

NEW ORLEANS TO HOST 2015 USAV GIRLS JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

USAV recently announced that the City of New Orleans will host the 2015 USAV Girls Junior National Championships June 23-July 2 at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center.  Click HERE for more details.

 

Posted 01/18/14

SAFESPORT PROGRAM

In an effort to create a healthy and safe environment for our members, USA Volleyball has developed a SafeSport Program to help educate everyone about the commitment for ZERO TOLERANCE for abuse and misconduct.

 

Please click HERE for more information and how you can help curb abuse and misconduct in our sport.

 

Posted 11/18/13