Posted On: 06/25/19 12:48 PM

The Heartland and Gateway Region will be represented among some of the top clubs and athletes in country when they head to Indianapolis for the USAV National Championships.  Perennial powers from the Kansas City and St. Louis area will find familiar ground on the big stage. Here is a quick breakdown of the teams who qualified in the open field and some top players to keep an eye on. 

17 Open 

KC Power 17-1

MAVS KC 17-1

Rockwood Thunder 17 Elite

KC Power and MAVS will be leading the Kansas City area heading into 17 Open at USAV and Rockwood Thunder will represent the other side of the state and maintain their powerful tradition.  In fact all of these programs have made their marks on a national level. KC Power got their bid at Colorado Crossroads and are lead by some of the top players in the country. The athletes from St. James Academy  are Ellie Bolton (Creighton), Lauren Kropf, and Anna Feldkamp (South Dakota). They will also have Kaiti Parks staying close to home, committing to KU. MAVS qualified at MEQ in Indy late March and have been building momentum all season since Triple

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