Men’s Volleyball

Mens Club Volleyball team posing with trophies after winning a tournament.

Men’s Club Volleyball at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a collegiate club volleyball program that consistently competes at one of the highest levels in the nation. The club has not finished the season outside of the top 20 national rankings since the 2010-2011 season, with the A team winning the NCVF Division 1 National Championship in 2023. Both A and B teams expect to compete for a national championship at the end of each season in their respective divisions. The club travels throughout the country to face some of the toughest competition there is to offer, taking part in tournaments throughout the Midwest during the regular season. The Badgers are members of the Big Ten Men’s Volleyball Association (BTMVA) and Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA). Both associations are nationally governed by the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF) and USA Volleyball (USAV). The club regularly competes against teams within the BTMVA and MIVA conferences throughout the season, culminating with the Big Ten Championships in early March and MIVA Championships a few weeks later. Tournament results are used by the NCVF to determine the national rankings and seeding for the National Championships held each April. For the most up to date news on try outs and the season, follow the Instagram @wiscmensclubvb.


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