Central Missouri Volleyball Club

CMVBC Alumna Commit to Play in College

Congratulations to the following past CMVBC club players as they commit to play college volleyball in the Fall of 2015!


Lindsey Griggs                    Avila University

Erica Haslag                       Bradley University

Tory Wiley                          William Woods University

Last Updated On: Nov 13 2015 4:05PM

Time out from New Orleans Nationals!

Update from the 2015 Girls' Junior Nationals in New Orleans!

Central Missouri Volleyball Club coach Paul Dupuis took time out from the USA Volleyball Girls' Junior National tournament in New Orleans to get married!  Paul coaches the CMVBC 15-1 & 18-1 teams who are participating in the national championships. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to Paul & Jodee Dupuis!

Last Updated On: Sep 15 2015 7:58PM

PrepVolleyball 2015 Best Defensive Player List

PrepVolleyball.com released their list of the best defensive players in the nation.  Blake Berhorst (CMVBC 18-1) was named to the 9th team.  There was only one Missouri player on a team higher than Blake.  Each team averaged 9-11 players so Blake is listed in the top 100 for her position.  Congratulations to Blake for her accomplishments and receiving this honor!!! 

Ninth Team
Blake Berhorst, Jr., Helias Catholic (Jefferson City, Missouri) – First team All-District, First Team All-Region and Second Team All-State, Berhorst is an ever-improving three-year starter who helped the Class 3 state champs establish a new state record for wins in a season last fall. She finished the year with 375 digs and passed a 2.28. The school’s career digs leader stepped it up in the playoffs, averaging 5.23 digs per set while amping up her passing to the 2.6 level! “She reads hitters very well, covers her blockers, picks up tips and setter dumps,” said coach David Harris.  Blake’s defense and passing made the setter’s job easier which in turn allowed the hitters to be aggressive.  Her serve is a weapon as well. Blake has a great work ethic and is always trying to improve every aspect of her game.  Without her commitment to detail, drive and desire, we would not have captured the first state championship in school history.  She is a great example on and off the court and in the classroom for the younger players in our program and will be an important team leader in 2015.

Last Updated On: Sep 15 2015 7:58PM

2014 PrepVolleyball High School All-American

Congratulations to Ashley Dudenhoeffer, setter of the CMVBC 18-1 team, for being named one of the 150 PrepVolleyball.com High School All American's for 2014!  To be a High School All American, you must have made a massive impact on your high school team and be one of the top players in your state.  Being a Junior, Ashley also made the list of 41 finalists for 2014 PrepVolleyball.com National High School Junior of the Year!   

Ashley Dudenhoeffer, 5-7 S, Helias Catholic (Jefferson City, Missouri) – Dudenhoeffer set the Crusaders to a 43-0-1 mark in 2014 and their first Missouri Class 3 title. She led the state in assists with 953 and set school single-season records in that category as well as in aces with 52. Dudenhoeffer, who also was second on the team in digs, directed a balanced offense that set school standards in kills (1197 – four hitters with more than 200 each) and kill percentage (41.18%). MVP of the Ozark Grand Slam Tournament, Dudenhoeffer was First Team Team All-District, First Team All-Region and First Team All-State. “Ashley made our team go,” said coach David Harris. “Without her, we would not have been undefeated state champions.”

Last Updated On: Sep 15 2015 7:58PM

CMVBC Alumna Pursued Exciting Internship Opportunities

Two young ladies from this photo taken nearly 10 years ago from the CMVBC 15-2 team pursued exciting career internship opportunities this summer in Orlando & Boston!  Liz Bonnot (lower right in photo) and Michelle Hoerber (2nd row, 3rd over) played club volleyball together for Coach Bill Wolters and are our summer alumna spotlight!  Read on here... 


Last Updated On: Nov 11 2014 4:19PM

Player of the Week Honor

The MaxPreps/AVCA High School Player of the Week Program is a partnership between  the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and CBS MaxPreps, Inc. Each week MaxPreps and the AVCA recognize deserving student-athletes at the high school level who have demonstrated outstanding play on the court throughout the week of competition. Coaches must submit statistics to MaxPreps.com in order for their athletes to be considered for the program.  For the week ending 8/31/14, CMVBC player Ashley Dudenhoeffer was selected as the Missouri Player of the Week from Helias Catholic High School!  Congratulations to Ashley!  The link below lists the honorees from each state for that week.


Last Updated On: Sep 17 2014 8:37PM

Abbi McKnelly named a 2013 AAU Nationals All-Star

The 2013 AAU GIRLS' JUNIOR NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS have named Abbi McKnelly on the AAU All-Star list in the 17's Club division!  Click here to see the named list, based on performance with the CMVBC 17-1 team in Orlando that earned 5th place out of 156 teams.  Congratuations Abbi!

Last Updated On: Jan 11 2014 8:42PM

CMVBC Alumna Receive All-State Honors


Three CMVBC alumna were honored at the 2012 Missouri High School All-State banquet and played in the Senior Match sponsored by the Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association.   Shown here are seniors Haley Bax (Helias), Melissa Hoerber (Fulton), and Sidney Lammers (Helias).   Congratulations, ladies!

Also during the award presentations, David Harris, CMVBC long-time coach, received the Coaches Association's 2012 Peggy Johnson Lifetime Achievement award for his many years coaching volleyball and exhibiting dedication, success and the promotion of Missouri volleyball.  David has coached at Helias Catholic for 12 years, with a record of 323-85-18, 7 district titles, and state quarterfinals 3 times.  He served as President of the MHSVCA 2010-2012, in addition to the MSHSAA Advisory Committee and a Missouri representative to the American Volleyball Coaches Association.  Way to go, Dave! 

Last Updated On: Jan 11 2014 1:40PM

Former CMVBC player receives PrepVolleyball.com honor

PrepVolleyball.com recognized Melissa Hoerber and 29 others as offensive-minded setters


"We sought nominations for top offensive-minded setters, those assist makers who do a nice job of looking for their own offense as well as helping attackers find theirs."


Melissa Hoerber, Sr., Fulton (MO) – The Bradley commit has more than 120 kills this year to go along with more than 400 assists. With almost 600 kills over her career, Hoerber is a “once-in-a-lifetime” player according to coach Megan Youse.


Photo from Freshman season at Bradley University, Fall 2013

Last Updated On: Jan 11 2014 1:40PM

CMVBC Alumna named to AVCA Division II All-America 3rd Team

LEXINGTON, Ky. - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is proud to announce the 32nd annual AVCA All-America teams for NCAA Division II women's volleyball.  Posted on www.avca.org website:

Krista Haslag, a 6-1 middle hitter for Missouri S&T, is a freshman from Linn, Mo. In just her first year playing collegiate volleyball, she is already being revered as one of top middles in the sport.  She ended the season leading the Great LakesValley Conference and ranking in the top-10 nationally in hitting percentage (.342).  The freshman also had a banner year defensively, setting the single season school records in both assisted blocks (142) and total blocks (159). Haslag has a bright future ahead of her with this being her first AVCA All-American appearance. 


Last Updated On: Dec 12 2012 9:08PM

CMVBC Alumna Krista Haslag honored

Last Updated On: Sep 29 2012 8:16PM

CMVBC Alumna Playing at the Next Level...

Where are they playing now?  Click here to see where past CMVBC members are now playing college volleyball.  Congratulations on their accomplishments and pursuit of playing at the next level.

Our Spotlight player from 2010 is Amanda HenleyClick here to view her profile and All-Conference honors from her college season.  Way to go, Amanda!

Last Updated On: Dec 9 2011 10:48PM

Shelley Helmig selected for the USAV Continental Team Program

Congratulations to Shelley Helmig who was selected to be an outside hitter on the 2011 USA Volleyball High Performance Indoor National Girls’ Youth Continental Team Program (GYCT).  A group of 33 girls were chosen from across the United States.  This group of girls competed for a spot on 1 of the 3 teams and then played in the 2011 USAV High Performance Championships in Tucson, Arizona July 20-30.  

Shelley tried out for an outside hitter position in Kansas City the Friday evening before the Show Me Qualifier which was held April 16-18.  This is Shelley's third year going to the try outs.  The past two years Shelley was selected to attend A3 camps.  She attended an A3 camp in 2010 in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin and an A3 camp in 2009 in San Francisco, California.  

Last Updated On: Dec 9 2011 10:46PM

Heart of America Region USA Volleyball Association