We love playing beach volleyball and running events in the Carolinas in places like Charlotte, Charleston, Columbia, Greenville and Spartanburg to Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head Island or up in Virginia Beach, VA. That's why we love our local athlete heroes like Luke Maye from Hough High School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill basketball star, to App State's very own Parker Collins, now a Carolina Panther. A huge thanks to Luke Maye and Parker Collins for the well wishes, and even Parker wants to sub for someone!
For the best beach volleyball events in places like Myrtle Beach, Charleston Spartanburg, SC or Wilmington and Charlotte, NC, look for Southern Beach Volleyball Events and Beach Volleyball Tournaments. And never miss our BVNE Kauai Beach Qualifiers, win a bid to our National tournament in Santa Monica, California to play in front of the best college coaches in the country for beach volleyball.
Last, but never least, we want to thank our amazing beach volleyball friend April Ross for the huge shout out and good luck wishes for Southern Beach Volleyball Events! Follow April on her website here... She started playing beach volleyball in beach tournaments just like you at your age. You can do it, push yourself and be strong!
Why play at Southern Beach Volleyball Events? We partnered with only the best, BVNE (Beach Volleyball National Events) of Santa Monica, California, the home of beach volleyball. Playing in our BVNE Kauai Beach Volleyball Series and winning will earn you bids to play in our national showcase in Santa Monica, Ca. Watch this quick video as Daron Forbes, BVNE founder talks about the experience. Also see legend and Cal-Poly coach Todd Rodgers standing behind her, looking for his next beach volleyball recruit.
Want to be with the best? Want to be recruited by top college coaches to play beach volleyball? Play hard, win big and play in Southern Beach Volleyball Events, your exclusive and only door to BVNE in the Carolinas and your chance to go to Santa Monica, California and play in front of the likes of a Todd Rodgers and other top beach colleges from the USA.