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AAU Boys Volleyball Nationals wraps up Sunday with 14s, 15s, 17s titles on the line

AAU Boys Volleyball Nationals wraps up Sunday with 14s, 15s, 17s titles on the line

Coast 15s

ORLANDO, Florida – The AAU Boys Junior National Volleyball Championships wrap up Sunday with championships in 14s, 15s and 17s, and Bay to Bay, Balboa Bay and MB Surf continue to show their dominance with multiple teams in the Open championship bracket. 

Saturday’s highlights

— 14s Open championship bracket: Academy, SC Legends, Mountain View, Coast, GVA, Club V MP, MB Surf, Balboa Bay, 630, and Team Rockstar.

— 15s Open championship bracket: Team Rockstar, C2 Attack, Pinnacle, Balboa Bay, Bay to Bay, Aspire, MB Surf, and Coast.

— 17s Open championship bracket: MB Surf, Vanguard, Academy, Balboa Bay, Bay to Bay, Houston Volleyball Academy, MKE Sting, and Winter Park.


— For decades club athletes from all over the country set up shop in the convention center to trade gear from their club. In the photo, you can see that Evan Alarcon (Miami United 17 Premier), Jerry Beres (supporting his brother Cole Beres Winter Park), Gavin Meador (Hobart University libero), and Cooper Meador (MVC 17 Sydney) were right in the middle of the trading madness.

Winter Park 17s was our team of the day after a huge 20-25, 26-24, 15-3 win against Rockstar. Winter Park was led by Jacob Little-Phillips (committed to Stanford), who had 18 assists, and libero Nick Karr, who went on a seven-point serving run in the third set.

The team’s coach, Roger Peluso, is an assistant coach at George Mason. “

“This is not a surprise to us, we belong here,” Little-Phillips said. “We are excited to face Sting tomorrow.

Winter Park 17s

Houston Volleyball Academy 17s Open 6-foot-5 outside hitter Myles Jordan, a Long Beach State commit, is our player of the day. His team is 7-1 and plays Bay to Bay.

“Our team is fired up to compete and show what we can do at the national level,” Jordan said.

— Everyone seems to know Devin Busam of Team Rockstar 17s. 

Busam, who attends Mira Costa High School and is the manager of one of the top high school boys programs in the country, is also the manager for Team Rockstar.

Devin Busam

“Being with Rockstar means so much to me, I love the coaches and their willingness to grow the sport. I truly believe it is one of the best clubs in the world,” Busam said.

Through Rockstar Busam has worked with some of the top coaches in the country, including USA men’s national team assistant coach Matt Fuerbringer and UCLA assistant coach Nick Vogel. 

“Devin, or as we all know him, D Bus, is a consummate professional and the hardest worker in…

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