Founded by beach volleyball legend Sinjin Smith, the National Collegiate Sand Volleyball Association (NCSVA) provides an opportunity for college students across America to compete in regional tournaments for the chance to qualify for the National Collegiate Championships. Regional Championships enable top finishers to earn prize packages that help pay for their travel and other expenses while competing for the national title.
King of the Beach
Sinjin Smith won 139 pro beach events in a Hall of Fame career that spanned four decades. A two-time All-American and National Champion at UCLA, the “King of the Beach” went on to win multiple World Championships and compete in the Olympic Games .As the greatest ambassador for the game of beach volleyball, Sinjin founded the NCSVA to fill the void that existed in the collegiate age group of beach volleyball. Sinjin oversees and advises the NCSVA staff on a national level and assists with recruiting new promoters to host NCSVA events.
National Director, NCSVA
Morley grew up in small town, Glenwood Springs, in the mountains of Colorado seeking out beach volleyball every chance she got. Chasing beach volleyball, she studied Mechanical Engineering at Cal Poly where she competed for Todd Roger's NCAA D1 Beach Volleyball team and continued to start and grow Cal Poly's Beach Volleyball Club team. Now, Morley has taken charge becoming the National Director for the NCSVA.
Pictured: Morley & Andrew taking the win @ NBVO Swingers Tournament. Morley repping NCSVA's sponsor, Pepper Swimwear!!