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ERVA Meritorious Service Award

By ERVA Staff, 04/27/23, 1:15PM PDT


We awarded two Evergreen Region coaches who were nominated for the Evergreen Region Meritorious Service Award.


This award goes to members within our Region who have been nominated and recognized to their contributions and commitment to the sport of volleyball within their communities and our Region.

Greg Knott | Coach 
Confluence VBC | Pateros, WA

Confluence is located in Pateros, WA where Greg has served as a coach for 16 years.

Greg also had a long-standing career with Liberty Bell HS where he was recognized several times as All State Coach in the 1B-2B division.

Greg serves his community by volunteering on several non-profit boards.

If you see Greg at a tournament, he always has a smile on his face and has committed to passing along his love for the sport to the athletes he coaches.

Congratulations Greg on your success & we appreciate your commitment to volleyball in the Evergreen Region.

Stacey Vladimiroff | Coach
 Shockwave VBC | Richland, WA

Stacey Vladimiroff has been an outstanding role model for player’s as well as volleyball families instilling volleyball ethics and well as expectations.  This season will be Stacey’s 6th year with Shockwave VBC and has been an asset to the club as well as the community. 

For those coaches who have competed against her team’s, most likely remember her good spirit and sportsmanship and the same from her players.

Stacey brings a wealth of experience to her resume as a collegiate player and coach to the club world.

 Stacey continues to come up with new opportunities to support volley players growth and passion.

 It’s so obvious volleyball runs in Stacey’s heart and veins. Congratulations Stacey, we are lucky to have your leadership & passion in the Evergreen Region.