Robert "Big Bob" Eichelberger
Robert Eichelberger, who is known as "Big Bob" due to his 6'6" frame, has great technical knowledge of the game and a wealth of experience. In his 45 years of Volleyball experience Bob has coached thousands of adults, club and college players. He has coached at both the NAIA and Division 1 college level. Bob has a Education Degree from UNLV. He has been involved in club volleyball for over 20 years. Bob is the club director and owner of BBC Las Vegas.
We are happy to announce Coach Anthony is now a D1 coach at South Alabama
Coach Anthony is from Arizona and has graduated with multiple degrees from Arizona State University. He also has obtained a Law Degree from Drake University. He has coached and played club volleyball for 15 years. Anthony is a BBC certified coach and does private lessons and clinics as a full time career.
Coach of the 13s Local
Coach Rob from northern California is a AAA rated player in the CBVA (California Beach Volleyball Association). Although he is young, he has played at the highest levels of indoor volleyball and brings great energy and enthusiasm to the court when coaching. Coach Rob also coaches at Bishop Gorman High School where he assists both the Men's and Women's Programs. He is currently the Head coach of the 18s National Team and the Head coach of the BBC Sand travel team. Coach Rob is a BBC Certified Coach and is available for private lessons in the sand or indoors. Contact him at 702-574-1900.
Coach of 12's Local and 15's Local
Coach Justin is from the Midwest, growing up in Cincinnati, Ohio. Then going to college at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where he obtained his degree in chemical engineering. Coach Justin has played volleyball for 12 years in Ohio, Minnesota and Nevada. Coach Justin is a BBC Certified Coach is is available for private or group lessons. Contact him on his cell by text or call at 702-406-9452
Our goal at BBC LAS VEGAS is to teach people the skills required to be advanced level volleyball players. We prepare players to be able to compete at the collegiate level.