[Volleyball] abbreviations

  • NVA  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  National Volleyball Association

    • Definition: The National Volleyball Association (NVA) is a men's professional volleyball league in America composed of 8 teams. NVA ... more >>
    • Example: The National Volleyball Association (NVA) is a men's professional volleyball league in America composed of 8 teams.

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  • PVL  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  Professional Volleyball League

    • Example: USA Premier Volleyball League, Regional Indoor Professional Volleyball League for Men & Women!

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  • AVP  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  Association of Volleyball Professionals

    • Definition: The Association of Volleyball Professionals, or AVP, is the United States' premier beach volleyball tour, headquartered ... more >>
    • Example: The Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) is the biggest and longest-running professional beach volleyball tour in the United States.

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  • WPVA  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  Women's Pro beach Volleyball Association


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  • NFAVV  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  Norwich Free Academy Varsity Volleyball


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  • WFVM  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  Wiener-Freizeit-Volleyball-Mixed


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  • BVC  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  Birmingham Volleyball Club

    • Example: South Birmingham Volleyball Club offers the highest level of volleyball coaching in Birmingham. South Birmingham Volleyball Club is leeding volleyball community in Birmingham.

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  • WVBA  (Sports > Volleyball)

    Stand For:  Washington VolleyBall Academy

    • Example: Formed in 1998 by Raynani Reinhardt, David Weitl and Diane Flick, Washington Volleyball Academy was established to provide advanced technical volleyball training to qualified student-athletes enabling them to compete successfully at the national level in their age group.

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