Adis Imamovic


Director of Volleyball
National Program Director & Coach
coachadis@jjva.com

Adis has been the National Director of Coaches and Player development at JJVA for 12 years where he has seen the club grow from 125 members to over 600. Adis’ philosophy has been to develop players, teach respect, discipline and team work. “Getting Better Everyday” is the mantra he created for players, coaches, parents and staff. He has built a nationally recognized club in USA Volleyball. Prep Volleyball has tabbed it “CLUB in the Making” 2011 and “CLUBS to WATCH” 2015. Prep Volleyball has JJVA National teams ranked in the top 75-100 each season. While at JJVA, Adis has trained three ACVA NCAA All American Setters, Meghan Sherman (Tampa), Kamryn Sherman (Clemson/Armstrong State) and Molly Burkhardt (South Florida/Palm Beach Atlantic). JJVA has 13 AVCA NCAA and NJCAA All Americans which Adis has helped develop, coach and mentor.

The JJVA 17N Adis team won the USAV Girls Junior National Championships in 2010 in Reno Nevada. Adis had 3 JJVA athletes placed on the All Tourney team with 1 being named the MVP. This was the first JJVA team to win a USAV Girls Junior National Championship. In 2017 Adis placed 1 player on the USAV Girls Junior National All Tourney team again! Adis was also present with the JJVA 12N Robin team when they won the 2016 USAV Junior National Championships in Columbus, Ohio.

His JJVA 17N Adis National Team is consistently ranked in the Top Ten in the Florida Region rankings. His teams also consistently finish in the Top Twenty in the USAV Girls Junior National Championships. Most of his National teams are ranked in the top 75-100 each year nationally in USAV.

Adis was named the Outstanding Club Director of the Florida Region in 2007. Adis also serves as the Chair for the Florida Region Ranking Committee.

Adis is one of the most admired and recognized youth coaches in the United States. He has a great ability to coach young people as they always respond to his thoughtful, strategic and positive coaching style. Adis combines his experience as a player in Europe and the US, with continuous and rigorous study of the game, and knowledge gained from his years of college and club coaching, to exhibit the finest youth coaching on the east coast of the nation.

Coach Adis has been heavily involved with USAV’s Florida Region High Performance Program; leading his Team Florida teams as a Head Coach to two gold medals (2015, 2016) and one bronze (2017).

At the collegiate level, coach Adis has served as an assistant coach at University of Northern Iowa, Jacksonville University, and University of North Florida.

Adis Imamovic earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from University of Northern Iowa in 2004. Adis has been married to the former Magen Wood since 2013. The couple has three children: twins, Mia and Amel (born in 2014) and Adriana (born in 2016).