BIGG DIG CLASSIC: The AVP tour returns to Mason, Ohio, on Sunday, September 6!
Miami Volleyball International Trip Fund-Raiser
- Free Car Wash!
- Saturday & Sunday, July 25th-26th
- 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
- Hamilton Meadows Shopping Center
- Located Next to Krogers and Across From Lowes
If you are interested in playing sand volleyball this summer:
- Please register with OVR at https://www.ovr.org/register/register_beach.php. There should not be a registration fee as you were a member for the indoor season.
- You will be responsible for finding a partner and signing up for tournaments. You can find the list of tournaments at https://www.ovr.org/juniors/tournaments.php?type=X&gender=X&venue=b&age=X&division=X&filled=X&td=X&site=X&date=X.
- Sign up for our sand-only mailing list at
OVR 2015 Girls' Volleyball Championship Results
Complete tournament results are available at the following links:
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May 16 |
May 17 ]
16 Hawks Won the 16 American Power Challenge at Sports Express! (4/18-19/15)
The 16 Hawks won the 16 American Power Challenge at Sports Express on Sunday, April 18‑19. [tournament report]
A Borderline Team Photo from the Miami Spring Tournament
12 Twisters Won 1nd Place at Sports Express! (3/22/15)
The Twisters took first place at Sports Express on Sunday, March 22, 2015. They placed first in pool play while not allowing any team to score over 12 points. The Twisters played tough in brackets, beating Lady Blue Knights and Elevation both in two sets. The team then went on play NKJVC for the Championship, winning in the third set with a score of 15‑4. Good job Twisters! [tournament report]
12 Twisters Won 2nd Place at Nothin' But Nets! (3/14/15)
The Twisters won 2nd place at Nothin' But Net Tournament on Saturday, March 14, 2015. They placed second in pool play, losing to CVA. The Twisters came back in brackets, beating Cincy Classics and Cincy East, but again losing to CVA. [tournament report]
It's The Little Things That Matter…
Another year has come and gone, and it is now 2015. When you look back on the year that passed, what do you want to remember? We're reminded of the Borderline Mission Statement, which states:
“We, the Coaches, athletes, parents, and other members of the Kaepa Borderline Junior Volleyball Club want to share the mission of creating and supporting a program that has a profoundly positive effect on young athletes within the context of competitive volleyball: We believe our Club helps young athletes develop skills that will help them with life by teaching them to set difficult, but achievable, goals. We help our athletes achieve their goals by fostering in them and in ourselves a personal commitment to support each other and work as a team, which requires diligence, perseverance, and discipline.”
We feel that if we hold to these principles that we will not be just a “borderline” program.
As we reminisce about 2014, we don't have to go back too far to find something that makes us feel good about our mission. We participated in the Miami University Holiday Project that provides gifts to foster children in Butler and Preble Counties. These kids wouldn't have had much of a Christmas if it wasn't for the generosity of the Miami community. In addition to a small cash donation from our club, Borderline staff, coaches, athletes, and parents assisted with the project: shopping for gifts, helping carry them into the wrapping stations one Saturday morning, and coming to practice early to help wrap the gifts. It's the little things that matter….
Most of you are aware of Lauren Hill (Lawrenceburg, IN), the basketball player from Mount St. Joseph University with pediatric brain cancer. The charity that she has championed, The Cure Starts Now, has raised over $1,000,000 to help cure this disease.
Our club has many alumnae that have gone on to attend Mount St. Joseph University to play volleyball. To show our solidarity to Lauren's cause, we are adding #22 (her uniform number) to two styles of T-shirts we are selling as Spirit wear this year. To donate, you will need to include an extra $5 for each shirt you order. We realize that many of you have already ordered. To add your donation to the cause, please contact Kymn Bennett to be part of this. Our goal is to raise $500 for this cause. Remember, it's the little things that matter!
Miami University Parking Permit for Borderline
Miami University visitor parking permits must be displayed on dash on the driver's side. Please print a pass for each vehicle you may use to transport athletes to practice. Vehicles without passes will be ticketed by university police.
Elite Sports Training: Speed, Agility, and Quickness (SAQ)
The training program will focus on improving the athlete's speed, agility, and quickness while also working on vertical jump, strength, and balance. This program is highly recommended by coaches, for individual players looking to improve their all around game. One more benefit to being with Borderline!
Borderline Handbook 2015
The Borderline Handbook details general information, fees and due dates, rules, grievance procedures, and much more... it's required reading for all Borderline athletes!
Kaepa Borderline Junior Volleyball Youth Programs
Borderline Junior Volleyball offers competitive teams for 10s, 11s, and 12s. The teams are classified as girls' teams, but boys may participate on any of these teams. We would gladly have boys' teams in these age groups if there was enough interest. Our goal is to accept anyone that wishes to participate. Click here for complete information and to sign up!
Miami University Facility Rules
Borderline offers advertising on its website as a fundraiser for Borderline athletes.
Borderline athletes may solicit sponsors to cover some or all of their Borderline Fees
(see the Borderline Handbook, "Borderline Fees").
For complete information and to submit your ads, see Advertising with Borderline.
Borderline Car Decal
The new Borderline car decal is available to our members for $7. To get yours, contact Kymn Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2014 Season Highlights Archived
Our 2014 season highlights have been moved to the Borderline Archives.