USA Volleyball has selected Tulsa, Oklahoma, to host the 2022 USA Volleyball All-Star Championship from July 19–23 at the Cox Business Convention Center, with about 100 all-star teams from regions across the country expected to compete.
Regions will select up-and-coming girls and boys athletes from clubs in their areas to represent them on the court in multiple age groups and divisions. The USA Volleyball All-Star Championship was formerly known as the USA Volleyball High Performance Championship.
“We are excited to partner with our 40 member regions to bring the USA Volleyball All-Star Championship to Tulsa,” said Jamie Davis, USA Volleyball president and chief executive officer. “The tournament will offer volleyball athletes from around the country the opportunity to face high-level competition and will put the spotlight on the top talent from our regions.”
USA Volleyball will live stream all courts from the event as part of its partnership with BallerTV, so family and friends who cannot attend the event in person can watch on their favorite device. The event is anticipated to bring a total estimated economic impact of $8.5 million to Tulsa with 9,509 room nights booked.
“We’re thrilled that USA Volleyball selected our city to host its flagship domestic event,” said Ray Hoyt, president of Tulsa Regional Tourism. “Knowing this season’s best-of-the-best junior players will be competing on our courts is an honor and continues to elevate Tulsa as a premier sports destination.”