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The Wisconsin Volleyball Conference is the largest venue for intercollegiate volleyball in the state. Beginning in 1992 with the first state championships tournament in Stevens Point, the Wisconsin Volleyball Conference has grown to include over 40 men's and women's teams from universities and colleges in Wisconsin and surrounding states. A dual-match conference, the WVC prides itself in giving it's participants a credible, collegiate varsity playing experience.

The Wisconsin Volleyball Conference has become one of the nation's most respected and decorated conferences with it's teams regularly finishing on or near the top of all divisions at the National Championships. As of the end of the 2018 season the WVC has generated 17 national championships and 17 runner up trophies.

The WVC works closely with the following associations:

The National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF) is a non-profit corporation formed in cooperation with volunteer collegiate club volleyball commissioners and representatives from throughout the United States. The primary purpose of this organization is to promote educational and organized competitive playing opportunities for male and female collegiate club volleyball student athletes. It is the only nationally oriented organization in the United States formed specifically to promote yearlong organized collegiate club volleyball opportunities for men and women.
The Badger Region is the premier authority for the sport of volleyball in the State of Wisconsin in order to provide an avenue for players, club directors, coaches, and officials to achieve excellence.
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