Collegiate Mens Programs

Below is a list of all of the mens volleyball programs that are affiliated with the NCAA, NAIA, or NIRSA(club). All contact information as well as club websites and e-mails have been included for your convenience.


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


NCAA Division I   (23 Schools)


NCAA Division II  (16 Schools)


NCAA Division III (45 Schools)

The National Collegiate Athletic Association is the organization through which the nation's colleges and universities speak and act on athletics matters at the national level. It is a voluntary association of more than 1,200 institutions, conferences, organizations and individuals devoted to the sound administration of intercollegiate athletics.

About 323,226 student-athletes participated in NCAA-sponsored sports in 1995-96, the highest ever. This number is significantly higher than in previous years because, for the first time, it includes both the 902 active and 96 provisional members of the NCAA. However, participation at active member schools is estimated to be a record high as well, approximately 304,671 compared to last year's record of 299,608. The gains were primarily in women's sports with men's participation remaining almost flat.



3-5 May  National Collegiate Men's Volleyball Championship, 38th Annual - Columbus, Ohio  



UCSB Collegiate Invitational, January 6-7, 2006

Hawai'i Outrigger Invitational, January 18-20, 2006

2006 NCAA Men's Championship (Penn State)



2005 NCAA Men's Championship (UCLA)


2003-2004 SCHEDULE & RESULTS (partial)



National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
6201 College Boulevard
Overland Park, KS  66211-2422
(913) 339-1906
(913) 339-0043 (fax) 
NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student Athlete


National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

NAIA (20 Schools)


National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
6120 South Yale Avenue Suite 1450
Tulsa, Oklahoma  74136
Phone: (918)494-8828
Fax:   (918)494-8841

NAIA Men's Volleyball
Kevin Dee
(918) 494-8828 x-116

National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA)

Collegiate Club Volleyball

Sport Clubs are made up of individuals that have a desire to compete or participate in a sport throughout their college career. Many colleges and universities field sport club teams because no varsity team exists, or because the talent, dedication to the sport, and interest demand an opportunity other than varsity athletics or intramurals. Sport Club teams function under student leadership and the monies needed to support them are generated through membership dues, fundraisers, donations, and oftentimes, some university support.

Sport clubs include traditional and non-traditional activities such as: volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, rugby, cycling, martial arts, rodeo, ultimate disc, badminton, crew, sailing, etc. Coaches or leaders are often unpaid volunteers, or students themselves. Teams or groups hold regular practices and often compete in an organized league with other collegiate sport club teams. The NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Championships offer National Championships in the sports of Volleyball, Soccer and Lacrosse. A number of additional sports are being researched to add to the calendar of events.

Collegiate Club Volleyball Programs


National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association
850 SW 15th Street
Corvallis, OR 97333-4145
PH. - (541) 737-2088
Fax - (541) 737-2026
Email -

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