Successful athletes make a successful organization

Our success is measured by the success of our athletes as individuals, not by the number of trophies or medals. Our teams win and quite often. But, to our organization it is more important to see our athletes progress in every aspect; as a student, athlete and as a person. Here we recognize and honor our athletes for their success.

They make us proud.

Isabel Gonzalez, Class of 2020

September 21, 2019

Catholic University of America


Isabel started playing volleyball at the age of 7 and has played for AVA since then. She always played up until the age of 17. Her hard work and dedication has paid off. Isabel is a leader on and off the court. Another AVA athlete that reached her dream. Another athlete making us proud.

Sarah Pham, Class of 2019

October 16, 2018

Marymount University


Hard work and all business. That's what this fantastic student athlete is about. We are very proud of her and we look forward to see her contribute to her team from day 1.

Katie Yeager, Class of 2018

April 19, 2018

Virgina Wesleyan College


After 2 season with AVA, Katie decided to accept the opportunity to play at Virginia Wesleyan College, in Norfolk, Virginia. We expect great things from an accomplished leader and student athlete like Katie.

Rachel Scott, Class of 2018

April 24, 2018

NOVA Community College


Rachel Scott is one of the most hardworking, sharp and professional student-athletes that has played for AVA. Her work ethic on and off the court is exemplary. She will pursue her academic and athletic goals at NOVA Community College. We expect many great things from Rachel.

Emilie Hicks, Class of 2018

November 10, 2017

Miliken University


Emilie committed to play at 11th ranked Miliken University. She is going into her 3 season with AVA. Emilie is an exemplary athlete who proved through hard work, discipline and dedication that you can play volleyball at a high level without being the tallest player out there.

Jenny Kabrick, Class of 2018

May 19, 2017

Washington College


Another AVA athlete reaching her dream and getting ready to play at the next level. Congratulations to Jenny Kabrick for her commitment to play at Washington College. This is what is all about!!!!!

Ayanna Moore, Class of 2017

April 06, 2017

Marymount University


Congratulations to Ayanna Moore for her commitment to play at Marymount University. We could not be more proud about this student athlete !!!

Savannah Marritt, Class of 2017

April 18, 2017

Limestone College


Congratulations to Savannah Merritt who committed to play at Limestone College. Her achievement is the result of her dedication,  effort and continuity of training . Keep the hard work!!!

Charlotte Vollmers, Class of 2017

January 22, 2017

Hollins University

We prepare our kids to move on and here is Charlotte Vollmers who committed to play at Hollins University. Congratulations!!!!!

Jay Friendly, Class of 2017

July 01, 2016


Bridgewater University

Jay is going into her third season on AVA teams. She is another example of what dedication and continuity of training brings to an athlete.

She earned the opportunity to play in college through hard work and love for the sport.

Maria Gonzalez, Class of 2017

July 30, 2016

Catholic Universtiy of America

Maria has also been playing on AVA teams from the first day, progressing and growing with the Club. Her work ethic resulted in Maria becoming one of the top setters in Northern Virginia. On and off the court, Maria is a leader and mentor. For two seasons, Maria has been supporting our Power Volleyball and Mini Volley programs, sharing what she learned over the years at AVA.

Milleysha Molina, Class of 2017

May 15, 2016

Shepherd University

Milleysha has been playing on AVA teams since day 1. Continuity of training has allowed this excellent passer to excel on the court for both her high school and AVA.

Because individual development and success is our priority, we proudly celebrate Milleysha Molina's, AVA 17s, commitment to Shepherd University, in Shepherdstown, WV as a Class 2017 recruit. Milleysha's success is the result of her exemplary hard work and dedication. She is a leader and mentor. The opportunity to play in college is the reward for her dedication and love for the sport.

Coral Hulcher & Meghan Wood, Class of 2016

February 01, 2016

These outstanding student athletes graduated from Oakton High School. Meghan committed to play at Virginia Wesleyan University and Coral committed to play at University of Northwestern, St. Paul. They played together for AVA 17s.

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​Our first Seniors!!

From left to right (back):

Coral Hulcher- Committed to University of Northwestern, St. Paul

Sophie Cross- University of Southern California

Kyleigh McGrail- Auburn University

Meghan Wood- Committed to Virginia Wesleyan

From left to right (back):

Milleysha Molina- Committed to Shepherd University

Serena Fleming- Virginia Tech

Kate Lusco- Virginia Tech

We also want to recognize the following athletes who moved on to attend college. These athletes competed for AVA for at least two seasons:

Sydney Greenlee- Colby College

Casey Armand- University of South Carolina

Morgan Jones- University of California, Santa Barbara

Elizabeth Jochems- Campbell University

Colette Miranda-Duquesne University

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