Columbia Junior Volleyball Club

"Since 1990, the purpose of Columbia Junior Volleyball has been to provide the highest level of volleyball competition, and the best volleyball experience for our players. As a club, we strive to be the best on and off the court, and to help our players to be the best they can be in volleyball, in the classroom, and in life."

Columbia JVBC 2017-2018 Season

Injury hits Columbia 18-Black at Block Party

Columbia 18-Black opened their Evergreen season by rolling through their first two matches before a key injury derailed their day. The team finished 5th in the Silver division, 13th in the 30 team field. Heal up ladies, and get ready for Vegas soon!

Columbia 18-Black scores: defeated Spokane Sky 18 25-8, 25-12; defeated 7B 18 25-7, 25-10; lost to Rivals 18 23-25, 19-25; lost to Splash 18 20-25, 17-25. Silver Quarterfinalists, 13th (of 30 teams) - (2-2, 4-4)

12-Black climbs to Championship Bracket at Applebowl

Columbia's youngest competitive team improved again by climbing into the Championship bracket at the Applebowl tournament on Sunday. Columbia 12-Black split their pool matches before eventually falling in a tough Championship Quarterfinal match and finishing 5th overall. Good job ladies!

Columbia 12-Black scores: lost to Shockwave 12-1 9-25, 11-25, 20-25; defeated Team Yakima 12 Black 25-17, 27-25, 22-25; lost to Sweets 12 Black 17-25, 21-25. Championship Quarterfinalists, 5th of 13 - (1-2, 2-6)

14-Black slips at 2nd CEVA Qualifier

The ladies of Columbia 14-Black are still learning the lessons of travel that goes with elite competitive volleyball... it showed in the morning when they arrived at the 2nd U-14 Qualifier for CEVA Power League on Sunday. Facing the toughest opponent of the day in their opening match, they just weren't able to get up to speed. After their rough morning, the team was able to rebound in the afternoon to show their style of play. 14-Black has qualified 48th of 144 teams in the U-14 Division, and will play in the Conquest Division in February. Go get them ladies!

Columbia 14-Black scores: click here (1-3, 3-6)

Columbia 15-Black climbs at CEVA Power League

After a tough opening weekend at the Hartner Memorial Classic in Eugene over MLK weekend, both Columbia 16-Black and Columbia 15-Black were right back in action on Sunday in CEVA Power League. The ladies of 16-Black were able to hold position at #45 (top spot in the Conquest Division), while 15-Black leapt up 7 spots to #69 (top spot in the Constitution Division.) At Hartner, without the benefit of having played a tournament prior to the event, 16-Black was able to reach the Bronze A Quarterfinals, and 15-Black fell just short in the Platinum D Championship Final.

Columbia 16-Black (CEVA Power League Qualifier) scores: click here, Qualified #45 (of 121 teams), (2-3, 5-6)

Columbia 16-Black (Hartner Memorial Classic) scores: click here, Bronze A Quarterfinalists, (1-6, 2-13)

Columbia 15-Black (CEVA Power League Qualifier) scores: click here, Qualified #69 (of 121 U-16 teams, 11th overall among U-15 teams), (4-1, 8-5)

Columbia 15-Black (Hartner Memorial Classic) scores: click here, Platinum D Finalists (16-Open), (2-7, 8-16)

Columbia 14-Black reaches Championship Quarterfinals at Winter Warmup

Columbia 14-Black, Winter Warmup Championship QuarterfinalistsColumbia 14-Black played their first Evergreen Region tournament at the Spokane Winter Warmup on Sunday. The Columbia ladies swept their pool to reach the Championship Quarterfinals, but may have just run out of gas in the late afternoon. Their run was good enough to place them 5th in the 16 team field. Congratulations ladies!

Columbia 14-Black scores: defeated Deer Park Spikes 14 25-18, 25-19; defeated CPA Extreme 13 Elite 25-20, 25-22; defeated Spokane Sky 14 25-23, 25-21; lost to Idaho Impact 17-25, 20-25. Championship Quarterfinalists, 3-1, 6-2

(Notice Columbia's future with the team >)

Columbia 18-Black rebounds to Silver at CEVA Power League

5035Columbia 18-Black held their seed to claim a spot in the Silver Division at the CEVA Power League Qualifier. Despite playing an OH at MH due to being short-handed for the day, the Columbia ladies repeatedly challenged to move even higher up the standings, including forcing the #1 seed overall to a three set tie-breaker.

The previous weekend, three Columbia teams went the Hartner Memorial in Eugene. Unlike most years, none of those teams had a chance to play a tournament before heading to Eugene, and it showed as each of them struggled to untrack. The Columbia 18-Black ladies reached the Silver C bracket championship match before bowing out of the tournament.

Columbia 18-Black (Power League Qualifier) scores: click here, (3-2, 8-6), #17 of 71 teams

Columbia 18-Black (Hartner Memorial Classic) scores: click here, Silver C Finalists, (3-5, 7-12), #62 of 108 teams

Columbia 14-Black climbs at CEVA Power League

Columbia 14-Black Elite National was the second of our teams to open their 2018 season with a trip to the first of two CEVA Power League Qualifiers in Salem, OR. Because we're Columbia, these ladies arrived seeded 31st of the 144 teams in the U-14 division. Columbia promptly proved that seeding was deserved by defeating their first opponent and vaulting to #15 overall. They next faced the #2 seed, and despite playing with them for stretches, weren't able to advance again. Columbia rebounded to defeat the #18 seed and again prove that these players belong in the top division.

In the afternoon crossovers, Columbia began to pay the price of their first real experience with Power League travel and dropped another chance to climb against the #7 team. Their final match saw them just with not enough left in the tank as they slid to #23 against a team they would have beaten in the morning. All together, these ladies had a remarkable first day, going 2-3 against teams from the first division and no loss outside the top 16 teams. They'll be a top seed in their pool for the 2nd qualifier, and will play in the much closer location of Vancouver as well. Well done players, coaches, and parents!

Columbia 14-Black Elite National scores: defeated Trailsend 14-1 Harmik 25-14, 10-25, 16-14; lost to Athena 14-1 Gold 20-25, 7-25; defeated Portland VBC 14-2 Green 25-14, 25-16; lost to OJVA 14-1 Gold 7-25, 4-25; lost to YVBA 14-1 Black 9-25, 21-25. (2-3, 4-7) - Qualified #23 for second round of 144 teams in division.

Columbia 12-Black Elite claims first championship of the season

Columbia 12-Black Elite - Champions, Block and Awe ConsolationThe girls of Columbia 12-Black opened their 2018 season in style on Sunday, by finishing strong and taking their first championship of the year. Columbia's youngest (Junior) team lost their first two matches, but found their footing and dominated every match after that to take the Consolation bracket crown at the Block & Awe tournament in Yakima.

Columbia 12-Black Elite scores: lost to CRU 12 Blue 12-25, 22-25; lost to Goldendale 12 Gold 11-25, 9-25; defeated Grandview 12 25-11, 25-12; defeated Team Yakima 12 Black 25-9, 25-15; defeated Eastern Heat 12 Black 25-13, 25-15. (3-2, 6-4) - Champions, Consolation Bracket

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Columbia 18-Black plays for #1 this morning at EEC! They went undefeated on day one of the tournament.
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2015 Commits

  • Cassandra Brownell - signed (track), Northwest Christian University
  • Anna Grigsby - signed, Colorado College
  • Hannah Hulse - signed, Pacific University
  • Taylor Little - signed, College of Idaho
  • Megan Steach - signed, Montana Tech

2016 Commits

  • Morgan Kline - signed, University of California Riverside
  • Maloree Kupp - signed, University of Redlands
  • Bethane Nelson - signed, Evergreen State College
  • Ashlin Orosco - signed, Walla Walla Community College

2017 Commits

  • Tasha Hungate - signed, Evergreen State College
  • Catelyn Linke - signed, Eastern Washington University
  • McKaidan Moore - signed, University of West Alabama
  • Ashtin Olin - signed, California State University, Sacramento
  • Leanna Shymanski - signed, Eastern Washington University
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