SpikeOut History

The Spike-Out Volleyball Tournament originated at the Indiana School for the Deaf in 1999 under the Athletic Director and Volleyball Coach Brian Bippus, who envisioned a national deaf volleyball tournament bringing together outstanding teams and athletes. The idea was to bring top teams to one site and let them “spike each other out” to claim the national championship. The school who wins that year's tournament often win the year's Deaf Prep National Volleyball Championship. Texas School for the Deaf Girls' was the team to win the inaugural SpikeOut Volleyball Tournament championship in 1999.
YearChampionsRunner-UpHost
1999TexasModelIndiana
2000ModelIndianaModel
2001IndianaModelKansas
2002IndianaMarylandTexas
2003MarylandIndianaMaryland
2004IndianaMarylandMinnesota
2005IndianaMarylandCSD
2006MarylandTexasIndiana
2007MarylandTexasTexas
2008MarylandIndianaMaryland
2009MarylandIndianaWisconsin
2010MarylandIndianaRiverside
2011IndianaMarylandIndiana
2012TexasIndianaArizona
2013CSDMarylandTexas
2014MarylandIndianaMaryland
2015MarylandIndianaCSD