Whether it’s Instagram, Twitter, or even TikTok, social networks continue to grow in popularity – especially when it comes to sports.

When Facebook launched in 2004, many coaches were opposed to players spending their free time scrolling through websites and apps, or sending out random thoughts and pictures.

Today, however, coaches are beginning to see benefits when it comes to recruiting, education and more.

Here are some influential social media accounts for volleyball coaches and players to follow:

Last updated: February 10, 2020

Kerri Walsh Jennings

Kerri Walsh Jennings is one of the most well-known influencers in the volleyball community. Her accomplishments include being a three-time Olympic gold medalist, one-time Olympic bronze medalist, and much, much more.

Misty May-Treanor

Misty May Treanor is widely regarded as one of the most accomplished beach volleyball players of all time. With three Olympic gold medals, and countless match wins (many of which she won alongside Jennings), May-Treanor is a great follow for coaches and players.

The Mckibbin Brothers

Staying in the world of beach volleyball, the Mckibbon brothers are another great account to follow. They dedicate their social media accounts to posting tips and tons of helpful videos.


This is a great Instagram handle, and they also have some content on other platforms. They often show drills that can benefit volleyball players of all ages.

Art Of Coaching Volleyball

This a company we currently partner with at BSN SPORTS, and for a good reason. They consistently put out great videos with coaching tips and various drills.

The Cuore Project

This movement is dedicated to showing the lives of professional volleyball players, and uplifting the sport overall.

BSN Volleyball

Want to learn more about how BSN SPORTS can help your volleyball program? Check out our BSN Volleyball page for more info.


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