May 03, 2024

Omaha Supernovas Clinch Spot in Pro Volleyball Federation Championship

Posted May 03, 2024 2:30 PM

Geoff Exstrom 

Omaha Supernovas

OMAHA, Neb. - The Omaha Supernovas have officially secured a spot in the inaugural Pro Volleyball Federation Championship. With the Columbus Fury losing to the Atlanta Vibe Thursday night, Omaha is guaranteed to finish inside the top four in the league standings. The landmark championship is scheduled to take place on May 15 and May 18 at the home of the Supernovas, the CHI Health Center in downtown Omaha.  

The Supernovas become the second of four teams set to battle it out for the Pro Volleyball Federation crown. The Atlanta Vibe was the first team to clinch on April 15. Omaha has been one of the top teams in the league over the entire season, as it sits in second place behind Atlanta with a record of 13-7 with four matches left go in the regular season. The Supernovas have regularly been in the top two, not dropping below second in the standings since the first few weeks of the year. 

The Supernovas are also in a good position to lock in the No. 2 seed for the championship. Omaha needs to win two more matches or have the San Diego Mojo (9-10) reach 12 losses to secure the regular-season runner-up spot. 

The top four teams in the league standings will advance to the championship in Omaha. The semifinals are to take place on May 15 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. CDT. No. 1 seed Atlanta will play the four seed at 6 p.m. with the No. 2 and No. 3 seeds competing in the 8:30 p.m. slot. 

The two winning teams from the semifinals will advance to the championship on Saturday, May 18 with first serve set for 3:30 p.m. CDT. 

CBS Sports Network will televise each match.  

All-session tickets are now available for the championships and can be purchased via this link.  

The Supernovas begin a two-match road trip starting on Saturday, May 4 against Columbus with first serve set for 6:30 p.m. CDT on CBS Sports Network. Omaha then travels to Vegas to take on the Thrill at 9 p.m. CDT on Monday, May 6.


The Omaha Supernovas aim to be the premier home of professional volleyball throughout the world. The team is owned by global music sensation Jason Derulo and entrepreneurs Danny White and Chris Erickson, Co-Founders of City+Ventures, an investment and business acceleration organization headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska.  


Pro Volleyball Federation is the present and future of professional volleyball in North America. The League began play in January 2024 with world class players and coaches, including some of America’s greatest volleyball players joined by elite standouts from around the world. Seven teams have taken the court in the first season, with 10 teams scheduled for the 2025 campaign. Our focus is on ensuring that the level and quality of play, treatment of players and the entire fan experience is world class and the best offered anywhere. For more information, visit