krva news

  • Referee Rating Rally for New Officials

    KRVA is hosting another Referee Rating Rally for New Officials and those looking to get Re-Certified! Check out the referee page for more information.

  • KRVA No-Tolerance Policy

    KRVA is proud to announce that it is taking on a No-Tolerance policy in accordance with the new SafeSport initiative by USA Volleyball with the U.S. Center for SafeSport.

    In brief, the U.S. Center for SafeSport provides two primary services.

    1. Education and Outreach
    2. Response and Resolution

    Learn more about the U.S. Center for Safesport

    Please do not hesitate to ask questions about reporting SafeSport issues to Michelle Carlton. Michelle is KRVA’s Commissioner, as well as the regional representative regarding SafeSport.

    Visit www.safesport.org to learn more about the SafeSport initiative.

    The region is pleased to be moving in a safer direction for everyone in the region and providing a better experience for the players!

  • Announcing Scholarship Opportunity

    The Keystone Region Volleyball Association is proud to provide the opportunity for continued participation in the sport of volleyball. We will be awarding an Achievement Scholarship of $500 to a graduating high school male and female athlete who has demonstrated extreme sportsmanship, achieved academic requirements set forth, and continues their volleyball career at the collegiate level.

    More information on the KRVA Achievement Scholarship can be found on the Forms & Documents page under Player section.

    THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE PASSED A MOTION TO INCREASE THE VALUE OF THE SCHOLARSHIP FROM $500 TO $1000 ON JANUARY 19, 2017.