Beach Volleyball – Boys

Mira Costa Boys Beach Volleyball is in its 5th year as an official Mira Costa sport, and has quickly established itself as powerhouse on the beach. The program has grown from just over 30 players four years ago to over 70 this year. In the 2016 season, Costa won its first IBVL Southern Pacific Championship (the equivalent of CIF), after being the runner-up in 2014. Costa also won the Tournament of Champions for JV and the Bay League for both Varsity and JV in 2016.  In 2017, they claimed the IBVL Southern Pacific Championship for their 2nd consecutive year.

The program is designed to allow all boys with organized volleyball experience to join in the program. There are Varsity, JV, Frosh/Soph, and training teams, with all participants having the same level of training during practices. All players train at the same time together to create a “one team” environment.

Each weekend during the season, which is from September to October, three doubles teams are chosen from the Varsity, JV, and Frosh/Soph squads to compete in tournaments. Generally, the teams face two high schools each weekend. The high school that wins two of the three matches wins the dual.

The Costa Boys Beach coaches are among the best in the sport, with all the coaches currently playing or previously having played on the AVP tour. The coaches have represented the USA on the national team indoor and/or on the beach, played at the Division I college-level and have high school and club coaching experience.

It’s a three-peat for Costa Boys Beach! 

Costa Boys Beach Volleyaball won the IBVL Championship (equivalent to CIF Championships) for the third year in a row on Saturday, October 6th in Santa Monica. Costa came in as the top seed and had a bye in the first round held earlier in the week. The boys easily defeated Winward High School…
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