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Who We Are

The Chesapeake Region Volleyball Association (CHRVA) is one of 40 Regional Volleyball Associations (RVAs) of USA Volleyball. The Region encompasses the States of Delaware and Maryland, the District of Columbia, and the northern counties of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is bordered on the north by the Keystone Region, on the northeast by the Garden Empire Region, on the west by the Ohio Valley Region, and on the south by the Old Dominion Region.

It is the Goal of both USA Volleyball and the Chesapeake Region Volleyball Association to provide all members a competitive volleyball environment, one that is challenging and enjoyable for amateur athletes, officials, and volleyball enthusiasts.

What CHRVA Offers Our Membership

  • Men’s and Women’s Adult Competition
  • Junior Boy’s and Girl’s Competition
  • Adult and Junior Sand and Grass Events
  • Junior Indoor and Beach High Performance
  • Adult Professional League Volleyball (PVL)
  • Official’s Training and Development
  • Hosting the Adult and Junior Regional Tournaments
  • Monthly Newsletter (DIGS)
  • Coaching Education in the form of IMPACT and CAP Clinics
  • Website presence and Blogs
  • Buying Alliance

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Safety, Well-Being of USAV Members Top Priority (Read more ...)

USA Volleyball and our Regional Volleyball Associations have always believed the safety and well-being of its members is a top priority. We will continue to explore every measure under our control to protect all members on and off the court and implement a zero tolerance policy for any conduct or behavior violations. On July 27, ESPN’s Outside the Lines revisited the important issue of safety in youth sports – and volleyball in particular. Their coverage was a bold reminder that the time is now for ALL sport organizations to institute, strengthen, enforce and diligently monitor policies concerning reporting misconduct, inappropriate behavior and cases of abuse. Protecting the youth and the athletes must be a priority to us all. USA Volleyball will continue to find ways to ensure that those who violate the principles of fair play and USOC SafeSport will have no place within our organization.