Infinity Volleyball Academy is a Junior Olympic Volleyball Program that is part of the Keystone Region Volleyball Association. The training and practice facility of Infinity Volleyball Academy is the BucksMont Indoor Sports Center in Hatfield, PA. We offer training for many ages, starting at 12&Under to 18&Under. There are many types of teams we offer training for as we prepare our teams for tournament play. Our teams fall under a Travel tournament schedule and a Regional tournament schedule.

Infinity Volleyball Academy is proud to say that we think it all starts with the coaching we offer. We have taken great strides to build our teams around very talented coaches. Our coaches all pass background screenings and attend mandatory USAV training for the sport of volleyball and their female athletes that participate within the program. We spend countless hours trying to match our coaches with an age group that would most benefit the players and the program.

The goals for our program and athletes we train are simple. We train to play and play to win, but always with dignity and respect. We will always work to help our athletes improve in the sport of volleyball while also working on the character of our athletes.

Infinity Volleyball Academy was launched in 2008 by the two Co-Founders, Eric Headley and Susan Kim. Both prided themselves on the improvement of the players they coach and decided that they should share their common goals with a club of their own. After the 2007 Junior Olympic season, both Eric and Susan decided to leave the club they helped run as Director and Assistant Director, Del-Val VBC. Eric helped start Del-Val VBC in 2003 when it was formerly known as Ridge Volleyball and was just a 2-team organization. If you fast forward to the 2007 season, the program grew into a 10-team program that helped send many players on to play in college and earn All-League honors in the area.

In 2010, Jeff Rotondo joined Susan Kim as Co-Director after Eric’s departure. Susan and Jeff have developed Infinity into one of the premier clubs in the region, hosting 12+ teams for girls, and expanding into boys club volleyball in 2014.