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  • Dynamix Select U12-U17

    Dynamix Select U12-U17

    National and Regional Teams

  • DVC 12 National

    DVC 12 National

    Took first place at the James River Classic

  • 14 Regional

    14 Regional

    Go Stingers!

  • U13 National

    U13 National

    Team bonding!

  • U15 National

    U15 National

    Champions of James River Classic!

  • U16 Regional

    U16 Regional

    Second at Maryland Juniors!

  • DVC 16 National

    DVC 16 National

    3rd at the Battle of Ohio

  • 14 National

    14 National

  • 14 Regional

    14 Regional


Thinking about travel volleyball for your athlete?  Here is a snapshot of what the wonderful world of competitive travel volleyball looks like...

DVC has provided the communities of Fauquier County and surrounding areas the opportunity to develop volleyball players since 2016. Kevin McClinton, owner, and director has built up a strong and successful club.  His passion for volleyball started twelve years ago when his own children became interested in the sport.  Kevin then coached for Ceder Lee Middle School, Liberty High School, and currently Providence Christian Academy for a number of years before embarking on a competitive travel volleyball club.  

First, he would tell you that it starts with an enthusiastic, prepared, and skilled core of coaches.  Kevin hand-picks his team and is involved in their development and growth as a coach. Secondly, a great club requires great facilities and equipment.  DVC uses two facilities Providence Christian Academy and the Boys and Girls Club in Warrenton, VA for practices.   DVC also uses Old Town Athletic Campus/Divergent Training for Speed and Agility workouts to provide a well-rounded athlete. Finally, club volleyball cannot work without the cooperation and sacrifice of parents.  Ever wondered what travel volleyball entails parents?  

Travel volleyball starts with tryouts in November and it ends on Memorial Day weekend.  December is uniform fittings and training for R1 and R2, line judging, and scorekeeping for your player.  There are three practices per week, two during the week and a skills practice.  Divergent Training with Old Town Athletic Campus is once a week to keep the player fit and strong to help prevent injuries.  After two months of practice tournaments begin. This is the heart of the volleyball club between February - May where everyone is at full speed ahead with practices during the week and tournaments about every other weekend. Starting late January/February each team has at least 4 single-day tournaments around the DMV area during the weekends.  Also, at least 3 multi-day tournaments where players/parents stay at hotels for 1-2 nights.   These tournaments can be at Virginia Beach, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., etc.  Team and individual pictures are taken and teams are encouraged to meet for bonding outside of the gym.  Last year teams went bowling, had sleepovers, did indoor rock climbing, and had dinner and movie events.

Travel volleyball can be pricey, no doubt.  Tuition ranges from $1500-3000 with DVC and after gas, hotels, food, etc. it can cost up to $4000.  DVC realizes this can be tough for families and unlike many other clubs, we offer payment plans to help spread out the cost of tuition over six months.   We also try to do one fundraiser per season to raise money for the DVC Scholarship Fund to help families that qualify for extra monetary support.

DVC's 2020-2021 season had six teams U12-U17 and played in 48 tournaments. DVC played in 492 sets total, ended with a 274W-218L season (56% winning percentage), and brought home 15 trophies! Not too shabby for little Warrenton, VA.

Enjoy our newest edition of the DVC newsletter!

January Newsletter 2024.pdf

If you want to be part of a winning organization consider Dynamix Volleyball Club.

Any questions?  Free free to call Sheila Falsone, Programs Coordinator @ 443-889-4609 or email her @

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