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First kill: Cal’s Savannah Rennie all the way back after liver transplant

Update, October 8, 2016: Four months and three days after this story ran, Savannah Rennie got her first kill Friday night as a Cal Bear. It's...

TAV making a difference in Lone Star State

Back when Whitney Sample became interested in volleyball, options in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, area were few and far between. "There were a lot...

Sports Performance: The standard bearer

DestinationVolleyball.com is proud to welcome Mike Miazga into the fold. Few people are more connected to the sport on any level than the former editor...

A new beginning! The new VolleyballMag.com is here

On one hand, it feels like a million years ago that Ed Chan hit me with the idea of us partnering as publishers of...

Confessions of a D1 volleyball player: Kat’s blog

"I must say it was a close call my first day working out here at UL — I threw up four times. But throwing...

Wong-Orantes, Hughes: A lifetime of friendship, success

Two little girls. Two big national titles. The best part of sports is how it brings together people from all walks of life and...

SCVC journey has been a great ride for Ferguson, Boice

You want a cool little volleyball history lesson? Talk to Southern California Volleyball Club founding director Bill Ferguson sometime. Ferguson's ride down the road...

Fundamentals, coaching keys for Balboa Bay boys success

By Mike Miazga The success of those in the athletic arena usually can be traced back to a root cause. In the case of the...

Olympic setter Thornton honed his skills at Balboa Bay

By Mike Miazga Brian Thornton didn’t start playing the sport until he was a freshman at San Clemente (Calif.) High School. “My best...

Northern Lights, a club-volleyball pioneer, sets standard for Twin Cities, beyond

By Mike Miazga Trivia question: Which came first, the Northern Lights girls’ junior national qualifier or the Northern Lights Juniors club itself? If you...