Grow the Game Challenge to hold free boys’ volleyball clinic Saturday

The upcoming Off the Block Grow the Game Challenge presented by MotorMVB will be providing more than just NCAA men’s volleyball matches to the Nashville community.

College coaches participating at the Grow the Game Challenge will run a free boys’ volleyball clinic from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at Lipscomb University’s SAC Gym.


The volleyball clinic is open to all middle school and high school age boys. In addition, no registration is required to participate.

The Grow the Game Challenge is a non-conference tournament featuring 10 NCAA Division I-II teams that will take place Friday through Sunday at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena. It is also the first time in Nashville’s history that it is playing host to a NCAA men’s volleyball event.

All players and their families are encouraged to stay after the clinic to watch the matches at the Grow the Game Challenge. The first of five tournament matches on Saturday will be underway by the end of the clinic, and tickets are $5 for a day pass. To get your ticket to the Grow the Game Challenge, click here.

For any additional information about volleyball clinic, visit the Grow the Game Challenge tournament website at