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.
- Saturday * March 7 * UH Klum Gym * 1pm-5pm (GIRLS)
- Sunday * March 8 * UH Klum Gym * 1pm-5pm (BOYS)
- Sunday * March 15 * Le Jardin Academy Gym * 9am-11am (GIRLS)
- Sunday * March 15 * Le Jardin Academy Gym *12pm-2pm (BOYS)
- Saturday * March 28 * UH Sand Courts * 8am-12pm (GIRLS/BOYS born in 2004-1999)
- Saturday * March 28 * UH Sand Courts * 1pm-5pm (GIRLS/BOYS born in 1998-1993)
USA VOLLEYBALL CUP
JUNE 5-6, 2015
Mark your calendars everyone! The #1 U.S. Women's National Team will compete against the #3 China Women's National Team in the 2015 USA VOLLEYBALL CUP on June 5-6, 2015 at the UH Stan Sheriff Center.
We are very honored and excited to be given such another rare opportunity to have the top women's teams in the world compete in Hawaii.
Click HERE for more details and stay tuned for more info as we confirm the schedule.
HAWAII SAND VOLLEYBALL FESTIVAL 2015
MARCH 21-22, 2015
The First Annual Hawaii Sand Volleyball Festival is scheduled for March 21-22, 2015 at the Queen's Sandbox.
Click HERE for more information.
Click HERE for online registration and payment.
ALOHA REGION JUNIOR REFEREE & SCOREKEEPER CLINICS
The 2015 Aloha Region Junior Referee & Scorekeeper Clinic Schedule is posted under the OFFICIATING page. Please check the schedule and make reservations for your teams.
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.
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.