USAV Official Partner with VolleyMetrics
March 9th, 2017
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by Giuseppe Vinci

We are so excited to announce that we signed an agreement with USA Volleyball to become the Official Video, Breakdown, and Analytics Partner of USA Volleyball through the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games! VolleyMetrics is thrilled to continue to work with USA Volleyball and achieve our goals of improving the sport of volleyball for teams and players at every level, club to college and beyond. By studying the game further and applying what we learn together, we hope to broaden the Read More

Match of The Week – 1/18/2016
January 19th, 2016
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by Bri Hintze

    This week we want to keep an eye on two matches. No. 3 BYU plays No. 2 Long Beach twice this week, on Friday and Saturday, in Long Beach. Long Beach actually jumped BYU in the AVCA Coaches Poll this week adding to the intrigue of these matches. There have been no common opponents between the two teams, giving us very little insight into how these matches will shape up, but here is what we do know:   BYU Read More

Post-Analysis of the 2015 Women’s Volleyball Tournament
January 15th, 2016
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by Bri Hintze

    The NCAA tournament is the perfect culmination to every season of sports; it is the anticipation of what seed each team will receive, where the athletes get to travel to, and who they get to play. Each team has spent the last few months only playing their conference opponents, and it’s time to prove themselves against the other conferences. No conference would complain about possessing the final four spots in the tournament field. No team that finished 7th in Read More

Looking at the Data: Which Conference is the Strongest?
January 6th, 2016
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by Bri Hintze

  Throughout the season, we will publish posts on many different topics in this section of our blog. Since one debate that happens every year as a new season starts is about which conference is the best, we decided to start with a post about it. Often, one conference points to the out-of-conference records and another conference points to the number of teams at various stages of the national tournament. This is all well and good, but there are an Read More

Hugh McCutcheon: Be a Better Coach by Being a Better Teacher
August 28th, 2015
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by Bri Hintze

As a volleyball coach, you spend endless hours on your team: thinking about them, studying them, and strategizing for them. But not all time is spent as a coach. Sure, on the weekends you know you will be focused on coaching, but what about the other five days? According to Coach Hugh McCutcheon from Minnesota, you need to be able to teach. Hugh McCutcheon knows what he is talking about. He is currently in his fourth year with Minnesota Volleyball. As Read More

It’s Finally Here
August 14th, 2015
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by Bri Hintze

Welcome to the VolleyMetrics blog. I am Bri Hintze, Director of Marketing for VolleyMetrics, and I am so excited to share our posts with you! This blog is dedicated to discussing all things Volleyball, from coaching to skills to the analytics behind it all. We have been fortunate enough to have contact with top coaches and volleyball experts across the world, and are thrilled to share with you their thoughts and insights. To all the coaches and people that have helped Read More