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 impact that the sport of volleyball has on coaches, players, referees, parents, fans, and beyond. We believe our platform which was built for teaching and coaching can definitely help achieve that goal.

While continuing to provide services and support to USA Volleyball and Beach Volleyball national teams, we will provide services at all USAV Junior National Championship and other club events while also collaborating with USAV Coaching Education Program (CAP) and High Performance for further development.

VolleyMetrics was born to solve the pain of going through the now hundreds of hours of video available thanks to technology. Since we believe that more information improves the level of the game, of practice, and of the sport overall, we now want to help teams and athletes at all levels of play reach their potential. We know it can be overwhelming to make sense of all the data and turn them into actionable insights and we want to help our users make more informed decisions based on simple, actionable insights.

We are so excited to partner with USA Volleyball and the opportunities this will create! Thanks for believing in what we are building. You can read the official news release by USAV here.

Contact us at support@volleymetrics.com if you have any questions.


Giuseppe Vinci

Giuseppe Vinci

Founder & CEO


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