Posted On: 12/30/18 12:09 AM

Midwest Volleyball Power has been in operation since 2011. It originated as Cobra Volleyball club, but changed names after becoming a non-profit organization. The club director, Rick Pruett, has been leading teams to nationals for the last decade and just completed his second season as the head coach at the College of St. Mary in Omaha.

MVP has 2 AAU National Championship titles, 2 USAV National Qualifier titles, and 56 alumni who have gone on to play at the collegiate level.

This season looks to be another successful one with 9 teams stacked with talent. MVP’s 17/18 BLUE team will be the first in action competing at the January Thaw tournament in Omaha, NE January 11-13. Here is a look at the club’s top talent, the majority who are uncommitted.

 

17/18 Blue

This team could be a force to be reckoned with, comprised of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota’s top high school talent. MVP 17/18 Blue retains the majority of their roster from their successful 2018 squad who captured the 16 Club Consolation Championship at the AAU National Tournament finishing with a 14-1 tournament record.

Kenzie Foley Kenzie Foley 5'11" | OH Sergeant Bluff-Luton | 2020 State IA , who just came off a hot high school season,

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