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The Fort Bend Juniors Volleyball Club is an established program dedicated to promoting the sport of volleyball by offering a competitive volleyball program for young girls in Fort Bend County and the surrounding areas. We teach, encourage and motivate young girls to work hard, excel, compete and develop leadership skills which will benefit them as members of our volleyball club and within the community. We are diligent about helping our athletes reach their athletic and academic goals. 

Our program coaches are experienced and certified professionals, who work diligently to offer a program that will challenge our girls mentally, physically and fundamentally in the sport of volleyball.  For over 8 years we have established ourselves as a program that offers a quality competitive club program that is affordable for our families.

A few Team Highlights over the past few years:

  • Legends Elite 18s Champions

  • FAST #9 18s - 2nd Place Gold Bracket

  • Lone Star Regional Championships - 18 Elite Champions

  • Skyline Classic - 2nd Place Gold Bracket

  • Star Sports Classic - 3rd Place Finish Gold Bracket 

  • Houston Force - 2nd Place Gold Bracket

  • JVA World Challenge - 3rd Place Finish Gold Bracket

  • Houston Power League - 2nd Place Finish

  • Houston Power League - Top 10 Finish out of 100 teams

  • Houston Power League - Top 15 Finish out of 100 teams

  • Lone Star Region Championship - Undefeated Pool Play, Advance to Gold, Top 10 Finish

  • Multiple top 3 finishes in local tournaments

  • Champions in several tournaments with an undefeated record

    • Catalyst Volleyball Undefeated ​Tournament Champs

    • TOV Challenge Undefeated Tournament Champs

    • Willowbrook Classic Tournament Runner Ups


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Coach McDonald brings several years club experience to this program.  In prior seasons she led her teams to top finishes in the Houston Power League; qualifying for the HPL Championships every year. Her 11U team finished #2 overall with a 10-2 record in the Houston Power League to claim the division runner up prize. Her 12U team had a top 10 finish out of about 100 teams. The following year her 13U team finished in the top 15 out of about 100 teams. She had an 11U team that competed and finished #3 overall in the JVA World Challenge. In the past 2 seasons her teams finished 4-1 in the Lone Star Regional Championships, qualifying for the championship brackets both seasons.  Her 18s team had 3 medal finishes on the season including winning the Lone Star Regions 18 Elite championship. She has strong beliefs that in order to be the best you have to play the best.  Does that always mean you win? No, but it does mean you train at the highest level, compete at the highest level and continue to grow as players.


Coach McDonald


Recruiting Director/

18s Head Coach/12s Assistant


USA Volleyball Impact Certified

USAV Safe Sport Certified

PCA Double Goal Coach Level I and II Certified

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Coach Evans,  grew up playing Volleyball in High School and the love of the game continued as she coached at the intramural level for 4 years. Originally from Cincinnati, OH, Coach Evans joined the FBJ program in 2017 as the assistant coach for the 13s team.  She has also coached with the 14s and 18s team. She relocated to Houston after serving 24 years in the United States Army.

Coach Evans

12s Head Coach/

18s Assistant Coach


USA Volleyball Impact Certified

USAV Safe Sport Certified


Coach Mitchell played for Lamar High school and Houston Career Prep.  She went on to play collegiately for Lane College and Prairie View A&M. She has played both indoor and sand volleyball.  Prior to joining Fort Bend Juniors, Coach Mitchell coached at Texas Legacy. Coach Mitchell is passionate about the sport of volleyball and enjoys working with players to help build their skills and grow their love for the sport.

Coach Mitchell

12s Assistant Coach/

18s Assistant Coach


USA Volleyball Impact Certified

USAV Safe Sport Certified


“To be a champion you have to be coachable, committed, consistent and confident”​


—  Coach McDonald

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