September 16, 2013
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BEFORE the New Providence Volleyball Association begins their playoffs next week, the league will take a break to showcase their top players on Sunday in their All-Star games at the DW Davis Gymnasium.
THE official list of participants has been released as 20 teams are set to vie for the title of high school volleyball national champions this weekend. Corporate sponsor JS Johnson Insurance Agents and Brokers Ltd will join the Ministries of Youth S
AFTER losing a marathon five setter to hosts Suriname the night before, the Bahamas men’s national volleyball team regrouped and took care of Haiti in four sets on Monday to keep their hopes alive for a shot at the gold medal at the CAZOVA (Caribbean
CONSECUTIVE losses at the CAZOVA Senior Championships for Men have Team Bahamas in an unfavourable position and out of contention at the group stage. Team Bahamas lost to Jamaica in three sets - 25-18, 25-19 25-18 - last night at the tournament host
AS the second Bahamian to travel to Greece to begin his professional volleyball career, Shonari Hepburn said the experience this past year was more than he anticipated.Hepburn, following in the footsteps of fellow pro baller Byron Ferguson, said his
BOTH last year’s defending champions Scottsdale Vixens and National Fence Intruders won the first two games of the New Providence Volleyball Association’s best-of-five championship series at the DW Davis Gymnasium.
FOLLOWING the success of the men’s national team in Martinique, the Bahamas Volleyball Federation is hoping that the women’s national team will duplicate the feat when they travel to the Cayman Islands.
THE Lady Panthers away team made sure that their first Panthers Independence Volleyball Tournament ladies’ title stayed within their club.
EVERY year, more and more international players flock to the Bahamas to compete in the Scotiabank Defenders Defend Ya Spike volleyball tournament.
AFTER several inspiring performances, the adversity was finally too much for Team Bahamas to overcome at the 15th Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association (CAZOVA) Championships.
In their first title defence as Caribbean champions, the Bahamas men’s national volleyball team lived up to their billing as the top team in the tournament.
THE Caribbean Volleyball Championships is all set for August 3-11 in Trinidad & Tobago and the Bahamas Volleyball Federation is still trying to secure the funding to send off both the men’s and women’s national teams, albeit the men are the defending champions.
SEVEN men and seven women teams, coming from the Bahamas, Jamaica, US Virgin Islands, the United States of America and Canada, will be participating in the fourth annual “Defend Ya Spike” volleyball tournament over the Labour Day weekend at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
THE defending champions Vixens took game one of the New Providence Women’s Volleyball Association’s best-of-five championship seris in four sets over the Johnson’s Cherry Bombers at the DW Davis Gymnasium on Wednesday night.
THE Technicians swept the Warriors in three straight sets at the DW Davis Gymnasium on Sunday to complete the best-of-five championship series that is slated to get started Wednesday night.
THE New Providence Volleyball Association continued its second playoff series at the DW Davis Gymnasium on Wednesday night as the Johnson’s Cherry Bombs swept the College of the Bahamas Lady Caribs 28-26, 25-17 and 25-22 to win the series 2-0 and advance to the ladies’ championship.
THE New Providence Volleyball Association’s best-of-three playoffs got started at the DW Davis Gymnasium Wednesday night.
THE New Providence Volleyball Association continued its regular season at the Donald Davis Gymnasium on Wednesday night.
THE Bahamas men’s national volleyball team was one of the major sporting storylines in 2013 as they gained regional notoriety and accomplished a rare feat for the Bahamas – the qualification of a team sport at the Central American and Caribbean Games.
THE Bahamas Volleyball Federation has released the names of the players who have been selected to represent the Bahamas at the 5th CAZOVA Youth Championships in Trinidad & Tobago December 4-9.
THE New Providence Volleyball Association continued its regular season Sunday with a double header at the DW Davis Gym.
THE third CAZOVA Youth Girls Volleyball Championships that was postponed in August is now scheduled to be held December 4-9 in Tacarigua, Trinidad and Tobago.
The defending champions Scottsdale Vixens and the Scotiabank Defenders picked up where they left off last year, winning the New Providence Volleyball Association women’s and men’s season openers Sunday at the DW Davis Gymnasium.