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Association of Volleyball Professionals 
AVP Tour 
Thank you for viewing the photos placed here for your enjoyment. All photos are copyrighted (C) Debbie Stock.  Stock is a professional photographer who works on location for corporations, travel  and special events.  
The American Volleyball Professionals (AVP) chose Huntington Beach, California as their fourth stop on a 12 city tour in which the very best players compete for $75,000 in cash. The event pictured was held on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier in June. 

Canyon Ceman and Brian Lewis won 15-13 against Karch Kiraly and Adam Johnson on the final day of  the  Association of Volleyball Professionals -AVP Huntington Beach Open. The tournament was a double elimination and the 4th event on the 12 stop 2000 AVP Tour.  

A  $75,000 purse draws top volleyball athletes such as Huntington Beach winning team:  

Brian "Lewy" Lewis won the 1999 AVP Sunkist Muskegon Open with Franco Neto.  The Corona del Mar native now lives in Huntington Beach. His favorite pastime is surfing which he was able to do during the time he earned an associate degree in general education from Orange Coast College (California). With career earnings of $901,864 and 11 years as a Pro, Brian is a home town favorite.  

Canyon "The Brain" Ceman (last name pronounced sea-man) is a native of Hermosa Beach.  With a Bachelor's Degree in Economics  and a Master's Degree in Sociology from Stanford University, one of the best educated guys on the court is a real champ in everything he pursues.  Even though he has been a Pro only three years, he has a long list of awards and accomplishments in the field of volleyball, including  the highest finish on the 1999 AVP Tour with team mate Brian Lewis.  His career earnings are $416,056 to date.