Tri-State Volleyball is a club volleyball power league for top clubs in the New England and the Tri-State area. This league was borne out of the challenges we all faced in 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic and youth sports shutdowns.
We created a series of leagues - Girls Championship Series, Girls Club Cup, and Boys Championship Series (coming soon in '21-22!) - that would allow participating clubs and teams to play in high level and safe events after our #returntoplay. Even when it didn't seem possible, we planned and re-planned to make sure our local teams could get as much competition in the 2021 season as possible.
Our drive to succeed is built on the following values: Optimism, Hard Work, & Resilience.
We are beyond excited to have clubs from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island representing and competing in our Tri-State Volleyball leagues!
Tri-State Volleyball Crew
Cat Dailey Minyard
Co-Creator/Director Northeast VBC
Co-Creator/Girls Director Northeast VBC
Sideout Sports VBC
Boys Club Director
Jung Park, Referee Assigner
Jung Park is an FIVB international referee who has represented USA in international events such as World League, PAN-AM Games and the NORCECA Championships. Jung has worked numerous NCAA DI men’s and women’s championships, NAIA national championships, and NCAA DIII Championships. He also has served many years as a member of the USAV and PAVO national rating & training teams. Actively involved with the collegiate club volleyball, he founded and remains the commissioner of the Northeast Women’s Volleyball Club League, which now serves over 70 collegiate club teams in ten states. For over a decade, he has served as the assigner for New England Volleyball Association, Northeast Collegiate Volleyball League and Northeast Women’s Volleyball Club League. He coaches in his spare time, serving as the head coach of the UCONN women’s club team since 1997, and was named the Collegiate Club National Coach of the Year in 2007. He also was inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Volleyball Hall of Fame in 2013 for his contribution as an official.