Posted On: 10/13/20 10:13 AM

         Since 1997, Loudoun Youth Volleyball (LYV) has provided over 20,000 athletes with a chance to start their volleyball aspirations. The league has been the first step for many high school volleyball players in Loudoun County. Numerous players that have played college volleyball have started playing with LYV. As one of the premier leagues for young athletes, LYV offers high-level instruction to children from elementary school up to high school varsity programs, with various levels of play in between. The leagues generally run in Early Fall until the start of high school play-off and club volleyball season. The league is hosted at the Virginia Volleyball Center in Sterling and runs on Saturdays and Sundays. 

This season is a unique one for the LYV with the postponement of high school volleyball season until February in Virginia, several varsity programs were able to enter their teams into league play which has made for significant improvement for the level of play in the higher leagues. There are hundreds of players who are participating in the league this season are following safety protocols and playing without parents in attendance, aside from a few volunteers for

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