TVP athletes are noted in red, along with the number of seasons with TVP. Congratulations to all the players selected!
Colby Fong (TVP 2 years)- Whitman
Nathan Goh - Clarksburg
Payton Jacobs (TVP 5 years) - Northwest
Justin Jin (TVP 1 year) - Churchill
Yu- Wei Kuo (TVP 1 year) - Wheaton
Luke Morris (TVP 4 years) - Walter Johnson
Rajath Naik (TVP 2 years) - Northwest
Aaryan Patel - Clarksburg
Francesco Sani (TVP 4 years) WJ - MCPS Player of the Year
Neeraj Shrestha (TVP 1 year) - Wheaton
Tony Wu - Richard Montgomery
Nathan Yen (TVP 2 years) - Wootton
Andrew Ahn - Northwest
Rafael Deleon - Watkins Mill
Ethan Gilman -Whitman
Andrew Jin (TVP 3 years) - Churchill
Vedant Jog (TVP 1 year) - Clarksburg
Luke O'Neill - Northwood
Luis Perez (TVP 3 years) - Wootton
Chris Rindov -Rockville
Omar Sanyang - Northwood
Jed Sarmiento - Magruder
Sam Winans (TVP 2 years) - Damascus
Josh Yu (TVP 1 year) - Richard Montgomery
Tobias Clark (TVP 1 year) - Einstein
Corey Criss - Walter Johnson
Eugene Domrachev - Northwest
Ryan Harper (TVP 2 years) - Walter Johson
Kevin Jordan (TVP 1 year) - Wootton
Gregory Jung - Springbrook
Connor Kennedy - Richard Mongtomery
Timothy Lee - Damascus
Kyle Liao - Richard Montgomery
AJ Raj - Northwest
Aidan Sung (TVP 3 years) - Churchill
Noah Villanueva (TVP 2 years) - Magruder
Terrell Wright (TVP 1 year) - Northwest
Monday, June 10, 2019
Dear TVP Friends,
I am very much looking forward to joining with our TVP teams and friends at the 2019 Boys Junior National Championships in Dallas. This season has been fun and, as always, full of opportunities for learning and growth.
Following Nationals, I will be retiring as Director of the TVP Club/Travel Program to free up more time with my family and to engage in new projects. Some of you are thinking about your plans for next year, and I understand that my decision may impact what you decide to do. I'm sharing my decision with you now so you have more time to plan accordingly, and with more certainty about your options.
Sponsoring a competitive volleyball team training and travel program for boys has also been a labor of love for the past five years. In my 40+ years of volleyball, one challenge has always been worth a spirited effort: demonstrate the value of supporting accessible and purposeful boys volleyball programs.
TVP has quietly demonstrated that value in a way that has been heard and seen, and experienced. Five years ago, we planted a seed by establishing an outdoor grass league and a team training program. I will be forever grateful to the few families that helped us launch in 2014. We nurtured a culture that values each of our best intentions and our common goals.
In July 2019, ten more TVP Team athletes will join more than 40 TVP Team Alumni that represent the highest level of achievement among the more than 1,500 participants that have taken part in TVP’s programs since 2014.
We all can be more optimistic than ever about the pool of willing and able leaders that stand ready to build competitive travel programs for boys in the metropolitan Washington DC area. That pool includes the many athletes, parents and others that have been a part of TVP’s programs the past five years. Certainly the opportunities to play volleyball will continue to grow.
To all of our young people, families, friends and friendly foes, officials, coaches, peers that have moved TVP forward this year, and for the past five years: Thank you for sharing your experiences with me.
I am so grateful for the sport of volleyball, and for the many wonderful people that serve the sport. I look forward to next time we meet!
Practice WE. Be YOU.
Founder and Principal
The Volleyball Practice LLC
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