Duke Men's Club Volleyball

We don't have a varsity team, but this is as close as it gets

Club Information

Duke University has two different club teams. The A team competes in the ECVA (Eastern Collegiate Volleyball Association) and is composed of undergraduate students only. The B team competes in the USVA (United States Volleyball Association) and has both undergraduate and graduate students.


A Club

B Club



The A Club

The A team concludes its season by travelling to the conference tournament on Saturday, March 30. The team enters as the second seed from the division.

The B Club

The B team will play in the regional qualifiers next month, to play for seedings in the USA volleyball High B Carolina Regional finals tournament.


The A Club

The A team began its regular season with two non-conference opponents - William & Mary and University of Virginia. Duke defeated William & Mary 3 games to 0 by the scores of: 15-6, 15-12, 15-9. Duke lost to UVA 1 game to 3 by the scores of: 2-15, 6-15, 15-11, 10-15. Duke began its conference schedule against University of North Carolina on Tuesday, February 20. Duke defeated UNC in three straight games: 17-15, 15-7, and 15-13. Duke travelled to Gastonia to compete in their Southeastern Invitational Tournament on Saturday February 24. Seven teams were present - Universities of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Wilmington, East Tennessee State University, Central Connecticut University, Wake Forest University, Duke University A team and B team. The A team went undefeated throughout the round robin competition beating teams by as much as 15-3. The A team received the number one seed in the playoffs and defeated UNC in the finals to win the championship. Duke's setter, James Conger, was named MVP of the tournament. Duke University played Virginia Tech on Sunday February 25 at NC State University. Due to a limited amount of players who could attend, Duke lost 3 games to 0. Duke finished off its regular season by playing East Carolina and N.C. State in Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday March 23 and Sunday March 24, respectively. The Blue Devils defeated East Carolina in 5 games(3-2). After losing the first game to NC State, Duke went on to win the next three games to secure there second place finish in the division behind Virginia Tech. This gave Duke the second seed from the division for the season ending tournament.

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