Keegan Cook was elected to the AVCA Board of Directors in the fall of 2021 and began serving as the Board President on January 1, 2022 after 1 year as President Elect. This board seat is charged with leading the Board of Directors set the vision for the AVCA and serving all member coaches. Keegan’s goals for the next decade include:
The Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship becoming the first commercially viable women’s sport
The Division I-II Men’s Volleyball bracket expanding to 12 teams, based on the continued increase in the number of participating schools
Developing sustainable professional volleyball leagues in the United States
Helping individual participation at the high school level reach 500,000 for girls and 100,000 for boys
Collegiate Women’s Beach Volleyball growing to 300 teams and 4,500 participants
Collegiate Men’s Beach Volleyball becoming an official NCAA Championship sport
If there are other issues you think the AVCA should be focusing on, please contact Keegan or AVCA CEO, Jaime Gordon.