Registration

November 6, 2014

If you would like to participate this season, please fill out the below form
(including cell phone #, so Team Captains can contact you) and click submit.

Your Name *

Your Email *

Your phone number *

Gender*

Have you ever played in this league before?

If yes, what was the name of the team?

Please provide a brief summary of your volleyball experience including if you have played organized volleyball (H.S., Club, College, Professional, etc.)


Waiver
The cost to participate is $90 per player. You can also register as a team.
We will contact you with further information.

 

Please use the below assessment as best and as honest as you can.

 

Our Skill Levels
In order to match players of similar skill levels and maximize everyone’s volleyball experience, here is a list of skill level descriptions.
 

Beginner 

  • This player has played some volleyball
  • Player is learning the basic individual skills/fundamentals of the game.
  • Requires instruction on all facets of the game.
  • Player has difficulties judging where ball is going.
  • Player has difficulties controlling/keeping the ball in play.
  • Player is working on keeping the ball in play.
  • Slowest game pace. 90% of all points end with an unforced error.

Recreational

  • This player has played some organized volleyball (i.e., local leagues, intramurals, etc) and has some on-court experience.
  • Player possesses basic individual skills/fundamentals of the game but lacks consistency.
  • Requires instruction on setting, spiking, blocking, team concepts and rules
  • Familiar with basic rules and violations, almost all illegal contacts are not called
  • Player is learning to judge where the ball is going although court coverage is limited.
  • Slow game pace. Player can sustain rallies with other players of the same ability level. 75% of all points end with an unforced error. Typically blocking is not required.

C

  • This player has played organized volleyball (i.e., local leagues, intramurals, etc) for several years and has some on-court experience.
  • Player possesses basic individual skills/fundamentals of the game.
  • Player is getting familiar with positions and basic team concepts.
  • May require instruction on setting, spiking, blocking and team concepts.
  • Familiar with basic rules and violations, gross illegal contacts will be called
  • Player’s court coverage is average. 
  • Player should be able to pass 80% of free balls to within 7′ of setter consistently
  • Normal/average game pace. Serving is more aggressive. Player can sustain rallies with other players of the same ability level. Less than 50% of all points end with an unforced error. Blocking may be required.
  • USA Volleyball/GEVA player level of Recreational

CC

  • This player has played competitive volleyball (such as GEVA, high-school/college, JSVBA, GAV or East End) for 3+ years and has on-court experience.
  • Player possesses consistent and dependable individual skills/fundamentals of the game.
  • Player is getting familiar with basic team concepts (i.e., switching, 4-2 system).
  • Familiar with USAV rules and violations, almost all illegal contacts will be called
  • Player’s court coverage is above average.
  • Player should be able to pass 80% of free balls to within 5′ of setter consistently
  • Player should be able to attack the volleyball
  • Above average game pace. Serving is aggressive. Player can sustain bump-set-spike rallies with other players of the same ability level. Less than 40% of all points end with an unforced error. Blocking is required.
  • USA Volleyball/GEVA player level of C (indoor)

 

B

  • This player has played competitive (such as GEVA, high-school/college, JSVBA, GAV or East End) volleyball for 6+ years and has significant on-court experience.
  • Player possesses consistent and dependable individual skills/fundamentals of the game.
  • Player is familiar with team concepts (i.e, defensive positioning, blocking, 5-1 and 6-2 systems).
  • Familiar with USAV rules and violations, all illegal contacts will be called
  • Player should be able to pass 80% of free balls to within 3′ of setter consistently
  • Player should be able to attack the volleyball for points
  • Fast game pace. Player can sustain bump-set-spike rallies with other players of the same ability level. Less than 25% of all points end with an unforced error (i.e., point is earned by a forced error / block). Blocking is required.
  • USA Volleyball/GEVA player level of CC (indoor), VBLI player level of B, GPVA player level of B

 

BB

  • This player has played competitive volleyball (such as GEVA, high-school/college, JSVBA, or GAV ) for 10+ years and has extensive on-court experience.
  • Player has mastered individual skills/fundamentals of the game.
  • Player is familiar with advanced team concepts (i.e, defensive positioning, blocking, 5-1 and 6-2 systems, specialization).
  • Familiar with USAV rules and violations, all illegal contacts will be called
  • Faster game pace. Less than 10% of all points end with an unforced error (i.e., point is earned by a forced error / block). Blocking is required.
  • USA Volleyball/GEVA player level of B (indoor), VBLI player level of BB, GPVA player level of B.5

 

A

  • This player has played competitive volleyball (such as GEVA, high-school/college, JSVBA, GAV or East End) for 15+ years and has extensive on-court experience.
  • Fastest game pace. Less than 10% of all points end with an unforced error (i.e., point is earned by a forced error / block). Blocking is required.
  • USA Volleyball/GEVA player level of BB/A (indoor), VBLI player level of A, GPVA player level of BB/A

 

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