GCU Club Men’s Volleyball consists of an preseason schedule in the fall, and a competitive season in the spring. We compete locally against community colleges, four-year universities and club programs. You will have the ability to compete in a combination of local tournaments and in-house competitions.
The GCU Men’s Club Volleyball Travel team provides students with an opportunity to get on the court, work on their skills and compete as part of a team. The GCU Men’s Club Volleyball season runs from August through April. Practices are held twice weekly in preparation for matches and tournaments. The GCU Men’s Club Volleyball program is part of the Mountain West Volleyball Conference, and plays matches against local competition like Arizona State, Arizona, Northern Arizona, Ottawa and St. Benedictine during the season.
In 2017-18, the GCU Men’s Club Volleyball Travel team won the GCU Tournament, and posted top-5 finishes in both the MWVC Season Opener and the MWVC Conference Championships. The GCU Men’s Club Volleyball program plans to have two teams in 2018-19 while looking to expand to create more opportunities for student involvement. These are exciting times and we look forward to the development of the program!
The GCU Men’s Club Volleyball development program provides an opportunity for students to stay competitive in the game, meet new friends, and take pride in representing their university while focusing on earning their degrees. We strive to provide a positive, energetic student experience and create memories that last a lifetime.
The GCU Men’s Club Volleyball program plans to have two teams in 2018-19 while looking to expand to create more opportunities for student involvement. GCU Men’s Club Volleyball’s development team consists of an offseason in the fall, and a competitive season in the spring. We compete locally against in-state junior colleges, four-year colleges and club programs. As a member of the development team, you will have the ability to compete in a combination of local tournaments and in-house competitions.
We are excited about the future of GCU Men’s Club Volleyball as we work toward postseason play and the opportunity to encourage development and camaraderie!
Pay your Men’s Club Volleyball dues here.
|Saturday||10/20/2018||GCU Tournament||Lopes Performance Center||9:00 AM||1-1 (25-22, 21-25) T|
|vs||University of Arizona|
|Saturday||10/20/2018||GCU Tournament||Lopes Performance Center||10:00 AM||0-2 (18-25, 16-25) L|
|vs||Grand Canyon University NCAA|
|Saturday||10/20/2018||GCU Tournament||Lopes Performance Center||11:00 AM||1-1 (24-26, 26-24) T|
|vs||Northern Arizona University|
|Saturday||10/20/2018||GCU Tournament||Lopes Performance Center||1:00 PM||1-1 (25-21, 23-25) T|
|vs||Arizona State University|
|Saturday||11/10/2018||SDSU Tournament||San Diego State University||NA||2-0(25-22,29-27) W|
|vs||Utah State University|
|Saturday||11/10/2018||SDSU Tournament||San Diego State University||NA||2-0(25-21,25-20) W|
|Saturday||11/10/2018||SDSU Tournament||San Diego State University||8:15 AM||2-0(29-27,25-18) W|
|vs||University of California, San Diego|
|Saturday||11/10/2018||SDSU Tournament||San Diego State University||11:00 AM||0-2(17-25,20-25) L|
|vs||University of Nevada, Las Vegas|
|Sunday||11/11/2018||SDSU Tournament||San Diego State University||NA||1-2(24-26,25-22,12-25) L|
|Friday||01/25/2019||Las Vegas Invitational||Las Vegas||NA||TBA|
|Saturday||01/26/2019||Las Vegas Invitational||Las Vegas||NA||TBA|
|Friday||03/01/2019||Mountain West Conference Championship||Grand Canyon University||NA||TBA|
|Saturday||03/02/2019||Mountain West Conference Championship||Grand Canyon University||NA||TBA|
|Thursday||04/18/2019||NCVF Nationals||Denver, CO||NA||TBA|
|Friday||04/19/2019||NCVF Nationals||Denver, CO||NA||TBA|
|Saturday||04/20/2019||NCVF Nationals||Denver, CO||NA||TBA|
Wellington Afusia begins his first year as student coach for GCU Men’s Club Volleyball team. Afusia is a Grand Canyon University student majoring Business Management with minors in accounting and finance, and economics. At Carson High School in Carson, California, Afusia was a four-year varsity volleyball player, leading the Colts to their first-ever championship title in 2014. Afusia also won two gold medals, a silver, and a bronze medal in the boys Junior National Championships for Huntington Beach. Besides serving as the captain and president for the Men’s Club Volleyball team, Afusia also has experience coaching and running volleyball clinics in Arizona and Southern California.