Our Mission:

Lake Murray Volleyball Club was founded in 2006 by four coaches that wanted to provide club volleyball for the players in the Irmo, Dutch Fork and Chapin area. We have expanded to include players from all over the Columbia area. Our focus is on teaching every volleyball player to play to the best of their ability. Coaches focus on technique, execution and mental focus with a strong emphasis on teamwork. Our coaches not only teach the player how to improve and perfect their volleyball game but also take the time to teach leadership skills, build character and help them grow into independent, confident and successful young adults.

The main thing that sets us apart from other clubs in our area is our sense of family. We offer many fun events throughout our season including a parent 6 v 6 volleyball competition, individual team bonding events, end of season family picnic and the seasonal favorite - our overnight lock-in. We strive to get to know each player on a personal level. We also help each girl in their recruiting process as our goal is to get each girl a college scholarship!

We hope that you will consider being a part of the Lake Murray volleyball club family!!

Come find out what we are all about.

MVPs from most recent tournament

Team 18 Black
Joyelle Nichols and
Alexis Christian Brock

  • For our 2/21 power tournament in Augusta we have co-MVPs. Joyelle Nichols and Alexis Christian Brock both had great performances but the main thing that they both brought to their team was a great attitude and good teamwork. This was our first power tournament and when any of her teammates got down, one of these two ladies were there to pick them up! We are so proud of both of them and thrilled that they are part of our team!!
  • Joyelle Nichols (MH/#13)
    • BLOCKS: 6
    • KILLS: 16
  • Alexis Christian Brock (DS/#3)
    • PASSING: 71%
    • DIGS: 12

Team 17 Red
Liza Powers and
Abby Hutchinson

  • Liza lead the team in kills. She had 18 kills and 5 blocks. Liza has improved tremendously this season. She is very consistent and smart with her hitting.
  • Abby had 15 aces. She is very level headed and never gets shaken. She has played outstanding in every position we put her in.
  • They both are great assets to our team and we would not have won without them!

Team 16 Red
Ashleigh Cook

  • Ashleigh had an explosive day hitting on the right side and back up setting. She had 19 kills and multiple blocks to lead us to the silver finals. Ashleigh continues to progress with her hitting at a fast pace with a very bright volleyball future ahead of her.


Team 15 Black
Chandler Williams

  • Out of the 59 service aces the Lady Bosses had this weekend, Chandler produced 24 of them. She also led the team with 53 digs.

Team 14 Red
Cara Thomason

  • SERVE: 78%
  • Blocks: 9
  • KILLS: 22
  • Cara had an outstanding tournament, with 22 kills she helped take us to the Gold finals and then took us on to win. Cara is really owning the net with 32 blocks and 90 kills for the season. She is even starting to show her excitement after block and kills. Great job Cara!!!

Team 14 Black
Georiga Summer

  • KILLS: 14
  • ACES: 10
  • DIGS: 6
  • Georgia played like a champ through it all and she kept the team calm and focused on the court! Way to go Georgia!


Team 13 Red
Nikole Shipley

  • Nikole fought through an ankle injury sustained early in the day to come back and play through the pain in the Gold semifinals. Her serving and passing were key to leading the team to a 3rd place finish in the Gold bracket. Way to go Nikole!

Team 13 Black
Madilyn McCown

  • Madilyn started out as a shy player. In the last tournament, she did an amazing job by stepping up and being aggressive. We saw a big difference in her hitting and defense.

Team 12 Black
Ann-Marie Blum

  • In Greenville, Ann-Marie has proved to be an all-around good player and consistent server. She also showed amazing instinct to dive after balls (with at least 2-3 saves). Ann-Marie has a GREAT attitude and is a good team player!


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