Beaumont ShowcaseWednesday, November 10, 5:30-7:45pm

Volleyball

Since its first year of interscholastic competition in 1978 after forming a few years prior as a club sport, the volleyball program remains one of the most popular and successful athletic teams at Beaumont.

Beaumont volleyball made three consecutive trips to the state Final Four and won the state championship in the fall of 2012.

That was a historic first state title for the sport, joining cross country and track and field as the only teams to earn that distinction at Beaumont. During the 2012 championship tournament, Beaumont set and still holds the Division II State Tournament record for number of digs in a five-set match (116) and the number of digs in a two-match span (198).

Numerous Beaumont volleyball alumnae have continued to play collegiately at NCAA institutions. Class of 2021 members Darby Leininger (University of Mount Union), Sarah Yohann (University of Mount Union), Tyah Williams (Tiffin University), and class Salutatorian Bella Peroni (Niagara University) are among the latest to join that list.

Awards & Recognition

1 State Championship

3 Regional Championships

2 Regional Runners-Up

5 District Championships

Championship Teams

State Championships

2012

Final Four Appearances

2011, 2012, 2013

Pat Royer, Head Coach

Pat Royer has spent 22 seasons at Beaumont. He was named the Plain Dealer Coach of the Year in 2013 and coached the team to its first state championship in the sport in school history. Under Royer, Beaumont’s volleyball team continues a strong tradition of competitive excellence on the court as well as in the classroom. The Blue Streaks have earned the Team Academic Award from the American Volleyball Coaches Association three consecutive years (2018-20).