IT

MEANS SO MUCH MORE THAN JUST WINNING

DEVELOP TALENT

IT STARTS WITH YOU

JOIN THE CLUB

IT IS ALL ABOUT YOUR TEAM

COLLEGE PATH

IT MEANS HAVING A PLAN

UPCOMING EVENTS

IT IS EVENTS HAPPENING NOW

MEET THE COACHES

IT IS HAVING AN AWARD WINNING STAFF

WHAT DOES IT MEAN

IT IS SO MUCH MORE

OUR MISSON

South Texas Volleyball Academy (STVA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is focused on helping more young athletes participate in the sport of competitive volleyball. Our mission is to help every athlete take their game to the next level through hard work, competition and disciplined training.We believe in inclusion, opportunity and building strong teams through teaching our players to support, inspire and motivate each other.  Founded on family values since 2011, South Texas Volleyball Academy believes in fostering healthy bonds between players, team and coaches so that we are winning ON and OFF the court!

STVA is Currently Located at:

Alamo City All-Stars Sports Complex

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We Offer:

  • High Coach to Player Ratio Training
  • PT/FT Coach Staff
  • 8 NCAA full-size Indoor Volleyball Courts
  • Beach Volleyball Court in Separate Location
  • Fully Stocked Weight Room and Agility Training
  • One-on-One Private Coach Training
  • Full-Service Café with Wi-Fi – Available to Guests

TESTIMONIALS

"I have been playing club volleyball for about four years now, going on my fifth, and my time at STVA has been by far the most educational, welcoming, and professional experience. Eddie has made sure to always put the players first. The coaches are great and push us to not only be better athletes but harder workers and well-rounded kids. Coach John and Coach Mickey were fantastic, and I can say I respect them so much and always value their criticism and coaching choices. They held us to a high standard of playing and did grades checks making us work to earn playing time. I have learned so much from just one year of club and can’t wait for next season at STVA."

-Melinda Hackethorn (17 Navy)

"Going into the school season 2019, my daughter was behind her peers in development, skills and court awareness. Over just one summer of intense clinics, camps and training at STVA, my daughter was able to improve her game dramatically and earn her a position on the Junior Varsity which seemed to be a unattainable goal at first. She immediately signed up for her first year in club and she is well on her way to a college path that her coach at STVA has planned for her. We are extremely happy with the staff, coaches and expert guidance. We look forward to what 2020 has in store"

Trisha, Parent, Texas (17 Red)

“Great job in separating the participants by age as well as by ability. Teresa had a great time and really learned a lot. We were very pleased and feel that we obtained great value from the camp. Location was good and very valuable instruction was provided. She loved the hitting machine as well! Drills were challenging and coaching was superb! We highly recommend this club to develop and offer the best opportunity for growth for your daughter.”

Susan, Parent, Texas

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