USAV Boys Nationals: Quick Recap – | Club volleyball | High school volleyball


The celebrations continued past July 4 as the 2022 USAV Boys National Championships wrapped up this week. We’ve got a quick recap of all the action today, with more in-depth coverage of USAV’s biggest men’s event of the season in the coming days, including our picks for All-Tournament, and some articles. related to the team as well. Now let’s see who took gold in the neon capital of the world, Las Vegas, Nevada.

15 Open

In 15 Open, the Puerto Rican group SJVC 15-1 Gabo dominated the small but competitive division of just eleven teams. The San Juan Volleyball Club amassed an 8-1 record in four days of competition, meeting a 6-4 HVA 15 Performance Red team in the final. HVA had a rollercoaster schedule en route to the final, earning three straight wins on day one Sportime 15-1, Torri 15-1, and Rochester Pace Bootlegger 15 BLK. However, the second day it was the opposite. HVA lost three heartbreaking matches, all in three sets against EXCEL 15N Red, C2 15 Smack Boysand Torri 15-1. Day three was a big rebound for Team Texas, sweeping two out of two opponents, Borniquen Coqui 15-1M and Keaukaha 15U Boys. On Championship Sunday, HVA won their first-round match against Pace Bootlegger easily, 25-14, 25-11. But in the final, SJVC was too much to handle, hoisting the material 21-25, 28-26, 15-4.

16 Open

Eighteen teams started the USAV Nationals with hopes of winning a 16 Open championship, but it was Tennessee C2 16 SMACK Boys who stood above the rest. C2 won every match and only dropped one set during the competition. Their dominating performance pitted them against HVA 16 Performance Red in the National Title Match, which ended with C2 winning the sweep and lifting the trophy as the undefeated USAV National Champions. HVA finished with a 9-1 record, which was completely swept away heading into the final.

17 Open

One of the biggest USAV Nationals stories, the 17 Open Division saw six teams compete that had just completed the AAU Boys Nationals. Bay to bay 17-1, 352 Elite Lime Tonny, HBC 17’s Man at Work, Outrigger 17OVC 17-1, and Vaqueros 17 all completed AAU play July 1 and resumed July 4 at USAV. Of those teams, 352 Elite, Vaqueros, Outrigger, and Bay To Bay all moved to the Championship. With them were Ku’Ikahi 17R RoShamBo and C2 17 Smack Boys. When the dust settled on the division title game, Florida’s 352 Elite Lime Tonny hoisted the material as the USAV National Championships in a marginal sweep over Outrigger 17, the only team to make the championship playoffs national AAU and USAV, 25-21, 25-22.

18 Open

At 18 Open we had more teams competing in both national championships Bay to Bay 18-1, WPVC 18 Boys Armor, 352 Elite 18 Lime Roger, and Elected GSL 18 -Shane/Ben. By championship time, among the AAU crowd, only Bay to Bay, WPVC and 352 Elite remained. Bay to Bay would face WPVC, and the 352 Elite would play Vegas United B18 Navy. However, all of the AAU competitors were eliminated as WPVC were knocked down by Aspire 18 Thor in the semi-finals, and 352 lost a heartbreaker in three sets against SASVBC B 18-1 by just two runs 18-16, setting up an Arizona vs. Hawaii final. In another three-set thriller, this time for the National Championship, Spike and Serve outlasted Aspire in the third set 16-14 to hoist the material and bring the USAV National Championship title back to Aloha State.



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