Congratulations to FRVBC setter, Jordyn Poulter on being voted the number one setter of the FIVB World Championship. A great honor to go with her Silver Medal!
The newest additions to the list of Front Range All-Americans Elizabeth Campbell
and Nicole Edelman
Welcome to Front Range, where champions are built!
If you are interested in private lessons please contact Jen Pokraka.
18 BLACK Wins 18 OPEN BRONZE at 2015 AAU NATIONALS
Front Range 16 Blue Wins Gold at 2013 Northern Lights
Front Range 16 Blue Wins Bronze at 2013 Crossroads
Front Range 18 Black Wins 18 Open Bronze at 2012 USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships
Front Range 18 Black Wins Bronze at 2012 Far Western
Front Range 16 Blue Wins Silver at 2012 Big South
Front Range Volleyball Club, serving the Denver metro area since 1981, is a nationally acclaimed junior Olympic training club. Its impact is evident in Rocky Mountain Region, collegiate and national volleyball programs.
Front Range has achieved a record that is unparalleled in Colorado and ranks with the best of the elite clubs in the nation. In 2012, Front Range won a bronze medal at USA Volleyball Girls National Championships in 18 Open. In 2011, Front Range won a bronze medal at AAU National Championships in 18 Open. In 2009, Front Range brought home a silver medal from AAU National Championships in 16 Open. In 2007, Front Range medaled at AAU National Championships twice, winning bronze medals in 16 Open and 18 Open. In 2006, the club won a Gold (18s) and a Silver (16s) at AAU National Championships. In 2005 the club won its third and fourth gold medals at USA Volleyball's Junior Olympic Championships - this time in the 16 Open and 14 National divisions and a silver Medal in 15 National. In 2001 Front Range Amber won the gold medal in the 14 Club division and in 2002 18 Black won the gold medal in 18 Open) To date no other club in the Rocky Mountain Region has won more than one Gold Medal at JOs, let alone 2 in one year. Only four other clubs in the country have won three medals in one JOs, and none has won 2 gold in the same year. —MORE—