PIPELINE VOLLEYBALL CLUB was created in 2010 to create a superior training environment for boys pursuing excellence in volleyball. We have an absolute passion for the game, and a passion to see our athletes grow. We want them to succeed in every way and are here to help facilitate that as much as we can. Becoming better volleyball players is part of it ... we also want to see them become better student-athletes, better ambassadors in their communities, and better young men. Sports, volleyball specifically, have taught us all so much and we are eager to pass that on to the next generation. We understand the meaning of being a true student-athlete and we want our players to do the same. Working hard on and off the court is a requirement to succeed at anything in life. We want to create young leaders through the medium of volleyball. We know that succeeding in life is very similar to succeeding in sports and want our athletes to do both! We truly appreciate you taking the time to look at our website. Pipeline is here to stay. 

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In March of 2011, John “Jack” Gavin tragically passed away due to a car accident at the age of 16.  Jack, the son of Mike and Susan Gavin, was also the middle brother of three boys.  He played volleyball at Prospect High School as well as at Pipeline volleyball club.  At Pipeline, we remember Jack for his model work ethic and enthusiasm for the sport of volleyball.  Jack was one of the most coachable players in the gym continually asking questions and looking to improve.  Further, Jack always brought a positive and fun loving attitude that made him a favorite of many of his teammates.  For current Pipeline players, Jack's memory provides an excellent model of what the Pipeline experience should exemplify: hard work, being a great teammate, and bringing enthusiasm each and every day. In Jack’s honor, the Gavin Family has graciously provided the opportunity for players in financial need to play club volleyball.  If interested in the Jack Gavin scholarship opportunity, please contact pipelinevbc@gmail.com.