McLean Youth Volleyball MYV provides house, select and travel volleyball programs for Elementary School, Middle School, and High School athletes in the greater McLean Virginia VA area including Great Falls, Falls Church, Arlington, Vienna, Fairfax, Reston

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Congratulations Spring 2019 Champions
by posted 06/11/2019

Congratulations to all 830+ athletes (720 MYA) and 195+ (175 MYA) volunteer coaches who made the MYV spring 2019 season a huge success.  There were 78 teams including 9 from Vienna and 2 from Falls Church City. 

Photos of the season can be found on the following Google Photo site.

4th Grade House

  • 1st Place: ES4-3 Green (Johnson-Vetchapinan))
  • 2nd Place: ES4-1 Red (Gurney)
  • 3rd Place: ES4-2 Pink (Wang)

5th Grade House – GOLD Bracket

  • 1st Place: ES5-5 Carolina (Naghdi)
  • 2nd Place: ES5-3 Pink (Gao)
  • 3rd Place: ES5-1 Turquoise (El-Gharib)

5th Grade House – Silver Bracket

  • 1st Place: ES5-7 Lime (Miller)
  • 2nd Place: ES5-4 Purple (Pilson)

6th Grade House – GOLD Bracket

  • 1st Place: ES6-1 Red (Slack)
  • 2nd Place: ES6-9 Turquoise (Park-Badipour)
  • 3rd Place: ES6-3 Pink (Hendricks)

6th Grade House – Silver Bracket

  • 1st Place: ES6-7 Lime (Richard-Muskett)
  • 2nd Place: ES6-10 Blue (Horrigan-Salinas)

7th Grade House – GOLD Bracket

  • 1st Place: MS7-2 Green (Berton-Tift)
  • 2nd Place: MS7-6 Lime (Breddy-Smith)
  • 3rd Place: MS7-9 Blue (Fatemi)

7th Grade House – Silver Bracket

  • 1st Place: MS7-10 Maroon (Ganley-Gilmer)
  • 2nd Place: MS7-7 Orange (Gu-Purtill)

8th Grade House -GOLD Bracket

  • 1st Place: MS8-10 FCC (Miner)
  • 2nd Place: MS8-2 Green (Burgos)
  • 3rd Place: MS8-6 Maroon (McCollough-Killoran)

8th Grade House -Silver Bracket

  • 1st Place: MS8-4 Purple (Romness-Atkins)
  • 2nd Place: MS8-1 Red (Simmon)

MS Select

  • 1st Place: MSS-VYV1 (Vo)
  • 2nd Place: MSS-5 Carolina (Daniels)
  • 3rd Place: MSS-3 Pink (Benda)

9th-12th Grade House – GOLD Bracket

  • 1st Place: HSH-2 Pink (Johnston-Davis)
  • 2nd Place: HSH-1 Red (Gilmer)
  • 3rd Place: HSH-9 Blue (Ortiz)

9th-12th Grade House – Silver Bracket

  • 1st Place: HSH-11 Gold (Swerve)
  • 2nd Place: HSH-6 Turquoise (Smyly)

HS Select

  • 1st Place: HSS-1 Carolina (Friedman)
  • 2nd Place: HSS-6 Gold (Bui)
  • 3rd Place: HSS-2 Pink (Dimatulac)
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Congratulations Boys Volleyball Champions
by posted 11/11/2018

Congratulations to all 145 athletes (65 MYA) and coaches who made the 2018 NoVA Boys Volleyball a huge success.  There were 15 teams from MYA, BRYC, CYA and Arlington.

Congratulations to all players and coaches, especially those on the teams listed below.

ES League

  • 1st Place: BRYC ES (Kim)
  • 2nd Place: Arlington ES (Campbell)
  • 3rd Place: MVPower ES2 Green (Buddie)

MS League

  • 1st Place: Arlington MS1 (Debok)
  • 2nd Place: MVPower MS2 Navy (Dimatulac)
  • 3rd Place: BRYC-MS1 (Eaton)

The pictures I took from the regular season and playoffs have been posted to the following Google Photos Album.



There are an increasing number of opportunities to continue playing volleyball – we’ll post the latest information about boys volleyball on the NoVA Boys Volleyball website. In general organized boys leagues are in the fall with coed leagues in the spring.

During the winter, there are two options:

  • Chantilly Volleyball Club runs a volleyball program for boys of all ages once a week on Saturdays at Rocky Run MS in Chantilly.  Contact to register for this winter’s session
  • MYA Volleyball running a series of coed clinics for Grades 4 to 8 on Saturdays at Holmes MS in Alexandria.  Here’s a link to the online registration page.


The next all-boys volleyball season is Fall 2019. We looking forward to see everyone back.

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Congratulations to MYV's Vicki Gilmer: Champion of Character
by posted 10/20/2018

Congratulations to our own Vicki Gilmer for winning the prestigious Fairfax County Champion of Character award on October 15, 2018 for her amazing contributions to McLean Youth Volleyball.

Here's the next of her nomination read out during the ceremony.

Vicki Gilmer embodies all the good qualities of a youth sports volunteer. 

Over the past several years, she has been one of the most popular MYA volleyball coaches leading at least two girl’s teams in separate leagues each season.  Vicki routinely goes beyond teaching volleyball skills, gameplay and sportsmanship by providing support and mentoring off the court to her players.  Her teams feel more like inclusive families where her caring and compassionate approach fosters mutual trust, respect and life-long friendships. 

Vicki’s passion for helping youth sports goes beyond coaching.  She regularly volunteers as the Age-Group Coordinator for two leagues working with fellow coaches and parents to ensure that all aspects of each league (rosters, schedules, matches) run smoothly, and they always do.  In fact, she was the force behind starting a new league for High School girls to continue enjoying the sport and playing with their friends.  Behind her leadership, HS House has blossomed into the most popular MYA Volleyball league with over 16 teams and 160 girls this past spring. 

For all her contributions as a youth coach, leader and mentor, Vicki Gilmer is unquestionably a Champion of Character.

Way to go, Vicki!!

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