Volleyball became a part of physical education class in schools and colleges in 1916, when the YMCA asked the National Collegiate Athletic Association to help advertise and publicise volleyball and to assist in improving the rules. Volleyball was also being promoted in other ways.
The History and Evolution of Volleyball Volleyball is actually the 5th most popular sport, and the second most popular team sport in the world, with over 900 Million fans around the globe. It’s also a fairly recent sport, developed at Springfield Massachusetts in 1895 by YMCA instructor William G. Morgan.
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Volleyball is a blend of basketball, baseball, handball, and tennis. Where did volleyball originate? Volleyball began in the 1890s when YMCA director William G. Morgan invented the game.
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Mission Statement. We strive to provide a valuable opportunity for the youth of the South Bay to participate in organized indoor volleyball run by knowledgeable coaches with years of experience teaching the game. Not only do we expect for every athlete in our program to evolve into an improved player, the club's ultimate goal is to instill sportsmanship, positive attitudes and competitive greatness that are learned from playing a team sport.
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COVID-19 has impacted us all but we are now finally emerging from this pandemic and we are proud to say at Evolutions Volleyball, we will be doing so safely this year. With COVID-19 protocols in place, we are sure to have a safe and fun season.
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At Evolution Ohio Volleyball Club our focus is on providing a positive, encouraging, yet competitive learning environment for young athletes. We provide a community atmosphere with supportive coaches, teammates, and families. At Evolution Ohio we limit our teams to 9 total athletes. This allows the best balance of a strong lineup and playing time; maximizing playing time for all team members.