With 10 affiliates and more than 150 coaches and admins working within its bounds, the LAVA network is one of the largest club volleyball organizations in the country. Size brings stability and stability brings flexibility—in our ability to seek partnerships, control costs, think outside the box, and generate new ideas, all of which in turn creates value.
LAVA is committed to setting a course and navigating a path with the highest ethical standards of behavior. We strive to do differently—and better—in every aspect of our enterprise, and work hard to ensure our players, parents, and families understand and follow our example, and subscribe to our motto of Volleyball Done Differently.
Stability and integrity are important elements of a positive club culture—most people, however, are also looking for tangible benefits, things they can actually reach out and touch or see. LAVA adds tangible value to its Revolution program: knowledgeable coaches, structured training, approachable and experienced admins, informative manuals, interactive websites, recruiting systems, etc. At Revolution, LAVA comes to the Antelope Valley.
SCVA Commitment Letter
Click on the image to download the SCVA Commitment Letter. Fill out the form and email it back to Montecito. Click here to email the completed form to Revolution. The Commitment Letter CANNOT besigned before 4PM on Monday, Oct 7th for the 15U-18U teams and 4PM on Monday, Oct 14th for the 12U-14U teams.
Revolution VBC Names New Club Co-Director!
Revolution is pleased to announce the appointment of long-time coach and popular local volleyball figure Mark Cruz to the post of Club Co-Director! Mark joins Aaron Wong, who shepherded the club for its first three seasons under the LAVA umbrella, in handling the Revolution reins as Aaron remains with the club as Co-Director, with both men acting in concert. Revolution is in good hands with Aaron and Mark, the latter of whom was recently named the Head Women’s Coach at Antelope Valley College and has deep ties to the volleyball community. Congratulations, Mark!
Mark Cruz Named Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at Antelope Valley College!
LAVA and Revolution are pleased to announce that Revolution 18-1 coach Mark Cruz has been named the Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at Antelope Valley College. Mark has been coaching at AVC for 5 years and takes over for Jane Cwayna, who is retiring after 32 years of coaching at AVC. Here’s wishing Mark three decades of his own success!
LAVA Launches Mardico Coach Education Program!
For five generations the men of the Mardini family have given their businesses the same powerful name: Mardico. LAVA is pleased to announce the launch of its latest venture, a coaching education company, headlined by Director of Operations Nabil Mardini himself and bearing the Mardico name, in honor of the Mardini family and its heritage. A multitude of offerings exist for high school, club, or college programs; visit the offical home of Mardico at lavacademy.com/mardico. For more information or to sign up your program for a Mardico clinic series of customized duration, please contact Nabil himself at 818-710-4429 or email@example.com (click here to email) . Learning is just one click away!