About Us



Power Volleyball Club was founded in 2015 by Anthony Duenas and Chris Finseth to establish and develop a year round club volleyball program that focuses on empowering each athlete with the skills and knowledge to excel and reach their personal best by training their mind, and body to work as one. Power offers training year round for both indoor and beach volleyball.

Through hard work, discipline, and elite coaching, we are preparing North Texas student athletes to compete for the many scholarship opportunities that exist throughout the NCAA.  It is also our goal to instill self-confidence and teach good sportsmanship on and off the court.

Power Volleyball currently operates out of 3 locations in the McKinney and Plano areas. Power has sixteen club teams representing 164 different families. We employ over twenty three coaches in our program year round with opportunity for growth. We have helped and guided fourteen student athletes attain their dream of playing collegiate volleyball through our recruiting program. We have been successful at national level tournaments sending teams to USAV national championships as well as finishing 3rd in the nation at 2016 AAU national championships last season.

Our founders and directors, Anthony Duenas and Chris Finseth, place the needs of the players and coaches above their own in every aspect of the club on and off the court. This level of caring is only one of the many reasons why Power Volleyball Club is quickly becoming one of the most sought after club experiences in the North Texas Region of USA Volleyball. We service all cities from Plano, Frisco, Prosper, McKinney, Allen to the entire Dallas metroplex.

Power Volleyball Club players not only enjoy competitive opportunities but even more so the feelings of being part of a team and family on and off the court. We may be individual teams within the club but when you look closely you will see we are one big family. Our families appreciate this spirit of family because their daughters are not only striving for possible NCAA opportunities, they want to enjoy this season of their lives as well.