In most places, matches played before league or conference play starts don't count for much. In US college volleyball, though, that isn't the case.
There's a small-scale professional volleyball league starting in Canada this week that might offer some things worth thinking about for a future US league.
I recently read a post I wrote nearly 2 years ago about my job search intentions and efforts at the time. It's interesting to see how things went since.
Is professional volleyball in the United States actually be developed? I think it could, but you'd need to find the right model.
A reader of the blog recently ask me about how one goes about finding job opportunities coaching professional volleyball in Europe. Here's my reply.
An article asks the question whether volleyball is entertainment or business. It's both and more, and needs to be treated that way from the top down.
How many teams playing at the professional level are legitimately there to compete and how many are just there to say they are there?