Seattle Volleyball.Net

About SeattleVolleyball.NET

Seattle Volleyball.Net is the result of the decade-long hard work of a dedicated volleyball enthusiast - Scott Marlow. The website originated from a volleyball list circulated around University of Washington via email in 1995. A former teammate of Scott's, Debbie Espinosa, sent him the initial list of open gyms and leagues.

Thanks to Scott Malloy for the SeattleVolleyball.NET logo. Thanks to Charlie Schmidt, who assisted in technical development of the site. We continue to strive to help build a stronger regional volleyball community, improving playing opportunities for all.

About Scott Marlow - Original Founder of Seattlevolleyball.Net

Note: Scott no longer manages Seattlevolleyball.Net, but his background and history are a key part of the site's strength as a community resource. Scott moved to Seattle from Indianapolis in 1993. He found volleyball in a quest find an activity that did not require as much time as mountain biking.

Scott enrolled in Adult Volleyball Education's Beginner Instruction Class at Lincoln HS in Wallingford [now closed to adult recreation programs].  He continued through AVE's Intermediate and Advanced level courses [instructed by Herman Chinn and David Roast, and organized by Gene Burt] at Queen Anne HS .

Scott has played in the following leagues and gyms:

Architects & Engineers, Bellevue Community College Sports, Kirkland Parks & Recreation, North Beach Volleyball, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle Parks & Recreation, Seattle Sport & Social Club, Sound Mind & Body Gym, Spike & Dig Volleyball; Cleveland HS, Ingraham HS, Mercer Island, Miller Community Center, Roosevelt HS, and Seattle Community College. 

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