Over a few decades, Volleyball has upgraded its status from a recreational sport to an organized, professional sport. There are many fans who come and watch the game in different formats.
Today, the game has also given job options to talented people who like adventure and team sports and want to have fun. But, there is more to the game than just the ball and the net. NCAA Volleyball tournaments strive to help young people achieve perfection in the game they can offer.
NCAA Volleyball offers Divison I intercollegiate volleyball tournaments for young players. Since 1981, the NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament has been held annually.
The game's sole purpose is to help the teams culminate toward the title in women's Volleyball from Division I teams. While there used to be a male NCAA team for Volleyball too till 2012, the reduced participation led to the decline in the popularity and gave way for the women's team to shine brighter.
The participation of women in the sport is exceptionally impressive, and NCAA ensures that all the participating college teams get a fair chance.
The league might have started from the home teams of twenty different clubs coming together, but the number has multiplied rapidly. Since 1968, there have been 64 playing teams. All of them compete for the National Cup.
Each team plays at least one home and away match. Then comes the single-elimination format. They all further compete throughout the season to reach the playoffs and semis, followed by the grand finale, leaving us with the two champions.
Different revered universities like UCLA, UPenn, and home teams like Wisconsin bring in their best talent to the cup and then prepare for the international titles.
While the players from each team come from the universities and are pretty young, their game is nothing short of perfection. All the Division I players are chosen based on their domestic track record and their performance within the D3 and D2 levels.
Watch the versatile skills and awesome energy of NCAA Volleyball players come to life.
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