Jayna DukeCo-Owner & Trainer

Jayna Duke is a distinguished figure in the world of sand volleyball. Between 2009 and 2017, she secured her position among the top 50 sand volleyball players in the United States, achieving her highest national rank of 35th in 2016. Throughout her illustrious career, Jayna participated in every major tour and consistently made the main draw in each one, including the NVL, AVP, Wide Open, and Cuervo tours from 2009 to 2019.

Before her success on the sand, Jayna showcased her skills on the indoor court as a DI collegiate player. She played for both A&M University and Winthrop University from 2004 to 2008. Her dedication and prowess in the sport were further recognized when she clinched the title of Aspen Motherlode Champion in 2018.

For a detailed overview of her career achievements, visit her BVBinfo.com profile



Anthony Duke : Co-Owner, Coach, Trainer, Promoter

Anthony Duke's passion for volleyball is evident in his extensive career that spans over three decades. Beginning his journey in 1989, Anthony first stepped onto the sand volleyball courts and later transitioned to indoor volleyball in 1993. His talent and dedication led him to play in all major sand tours, and he further honed his skills as a setter and team captain for Texas State University's indoor volleyball team.

Transitioning from player to mentor, Anthony's coaching career is marked by significant achievements. He spearheaded the Texas State Men's Indoor Volleyball club team for several years and guided the University of Texas Women's Indoor Volleyball club team to a Gold National Title in 2000 and a Silver National Title in 2014. His expertise in the sport was further recognized when he was appointed the Director of Development Training for Roots Volleyball club in Austin, TX, in 2019. Adding to his coaching accolades, Anthony served as an AVP Pro Coach from 2018 to 2020, showcasing his versatility and commitment to the sport at the highest levels.

With a legacy of both playing and coaching, Anthony continues to inspire and train the next generation of volleyball enthusiasts.