Our schedule gets more complicated every year. There are more events to choose from and we are providing this information to help you make sense of it. There are six primary National Championships, one hosted by the AAU,USA, Rox, BVCA, Endless Summer Tour, GNBV and the CBVA Cal Cup. We can not play in all of them and in several of the tournaments, the players have to qualify for to be invited to the national event.
BVCA Club Championships
AAU National Hermosa Championships
USA Beach Tour
Rox Beach Series
Endless Summer Tour
Get Noticed Beach Volleyball
Here is the breakdown for each event
Rox Beach Series- is now the new National Beach Tour that is committed to making junior beach volleyball the best sport to play. 692 is a Rox affiliate club and will be sending teams to Florida July 28-July 30th 2016
AAU National Championship - This event is in Hermosa Beach. This was a huge event last year and we are excited to take teams there again this year. There were several college coaches there scouting players last year, so it is a great tournament to do well in. This event does NOT require qualification; any teams can register and play.
BCVA Club Championships - 692 in San Diego has formed an organization with the other beach volleyball clubs in the Nation and it is called the BVCA (Beach Volleyball Clubs of America). This organization is starting a national championship for club programs across the nation and it is hosted by the (JVA) Junior Volleyball Association
CBVA-California Beach Volleyball Association is the premier junior tour of the United States. The top players who have the highest ranking of points in playing the Rox Tour Stop along the coastal beaches of California will be invited to play in the Cal-cup in Manhattan Beach.
Endless Summer Tour: is a new tour that is focusing on creating a year round tour for year round players!
Get Noticed Beach Volleyball- is a recruiting event in which college beach coaches from across the country will come out and recruit some of the best junior players in the nation.