• Jul
    26

    Membership


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    General Information

    NCVA Memberships are valid from September 1 to August 31 on a yearly basis. The NCVA online system will reset every year on September 1. At this time, all NCVA memberships will need to be renewed. A full season membership for both adults and juniors is $60.00 per person, annually.

    Anyone may register to be a member of the NCVA with no limits to age, sex. ethnicity, etc. All members must register and pay online with a credit/debit card. An NCVA Membership is not valid until information is entered, verified, and the NCVA Office receives payment. The NCVA also reserves the right to reject memberships to any individual. In such cases, any information received by the NCVA will be deleted.

    When entering data online with the NCVA web site, all marked fields are required to be completed. At your discretion, you may enter the optional fields. It is highly recommended, even though it is not a required field, that you enter a phone number for the NCVA to contact you, should it be necessary. Once this is completed, you will be able to log in and update information as you wish, when it changes. Information from this site will be securely transferred to USA Volleyball throughout the season. You may view our privacy policy by selecting Bylaws/Privacy Policy under Info above.

    Background Screening - Adults

    It is the policy of the Regional Volleyball Associations (RVAs) that any club/entity intending to hire or use registered individuals in any sanctioned junior volleyball events and/or activities (some examples of events or activities that can be sanctioned with regional approval are: tournaments, practices, clinics, tryouts, and fundraisers) will accept and abide by this background screening policy. The following individuals, 18 years of age or older, will be screened: Club directors, club administrators, team reps, coaches, chaperones, and trainers who intend to register, affiliate and/or participate with a junior volleyball club or team in a RVA.  Any official 18 or older who intends to work a junior sanctioned event will also be screened with the exception of a junior player.  Each RVA may also choose to require other members (such as Tournament Directors) of their organization to submit to and pass a background screen in order to affiliate with their organization.  Additionally, the club/entity will enforce the penalties resulting from a negative background screening report. Failure to do so is grounds for automatic suspension of membership privileges to participate in RVA/USA sanctioned junior events and/or activities. All disqualified individuals have the right to dispute the findings of the background screening directly with the RVA’s approved Background Screen Vendor.

    The RVAs of USA will not register, or allow to be registered, any individual who refuses to consent to a background screen if he/she intends to affiliate and/or participate with a junior club or team in the RVA. Junior members are any members under the age of 18. A background screen will not be required for those individuals who will be classified only as junior players or those individuals not registered, affiliated and/or participating with a junior volleyball club or team in a RVA. For those regions that allow individuals under 18 to be an assistant coach, any individual who is not yet 18 years old and who is in a non-player role affiliated with a junior club must be background screened immediately upon reaching 18 years of age.  A 30-day grace period shall apply from the date of the 18th birthday in order to allow time for the background screening to be processed.  During the 30-day grace period, the same restrictions apply to the individual and should be enforced as are in place for junior coaches regarding supervision by a qualified adult.  It is the responsibility of the individual, club and region to identify the individuals in this situation and to meet the background screening requirement.  Upon the conclusion of the 30-day grace period, the individual may not participate in a non-player role affiliated with a junior club unless the background screening requirement is met.

    Directors and Representatives

    Club directors and team representatives (Adult Division league) can manage their players, teams and club information online. They may also register and pay for tournaments using the online registration system.

    To learn how to start your own club, please visit the Start A Club page.

    You can also access important information by reading our Handbooks. These are found under each division above. (Girls, Boys, Adults)

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  • Jul
    18

    No Dinx / NCVA Far Western National Qualifier Tournament


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    April 18-20, 2015

    Open Division: 13, 14, 15

    USA Division: 14, 15

    National Division: 12

    American Division: 12, 13, 14, 15

    No Dinx Division: 12, 13, 14, 15

     

    Team Status List – Weekend #1

    April 24-26, 2015

    Open Division: 16, 17, 18

    USA Division: 16, 17, 18

    American Division: 16, 17, 18

    No Dinx Division: 16, 17, 18

     

     

    Team Status List – Weekend #2

     

     

    Sites:

    Reno – Sparks Convention Center
    (Courts 1-67)

    Reno Events Center
    (Courts 68-79)

    Online Schedule/Results – weekend # 1

    Online Schedule/Results – weekend # 2

    Tournament Flier

    Tournament Hotels

    Hotels will be available June 2nd, 2015

    Required Hotel Form

    Your team will not be accepted into the tournament without submitting this Hotel Form.

    Tournament Manual

    This event is a National Ranking Tournament as recognized by USA Volleyball

     

     

     

     

    AES| Scout & Recruit

     

    Entry Fees / Registration Deadline

    Entry Fee: $750 for all age divisions

    Registration deadline: February 23, 2015 (This is for both weekends)

    Teams will be accepted after the deadline, if space is available, with an entry fee of $850

    There are no refunds after February 23, 2015

    Not sure which division to sign up for?

    Far Westerns used to have Open and Club divisions.

    Open gave 3 open bids and was very, very strong competition – approximately only 10% of the teams that play in the Far Western enter this division.
    Club gave out a National and an American bid – 90% of the teams at FW participated in this division.

    Many years ago, some of the qualifiers started splitting the club division into a National Division and an American Division. Each division had one bid and the teams picked which one they wanted to try for.

    Since that was the case for most of the tournaments, USAV decided to make it the norm for all qualifiers. And, in addition to this they changed the National Bid given at Qualifiers to be called a USA bid. American remained the same.

    So, now you have Open, USA and American. Open gets 3 bids, USA gets one bid and American gets one bid. In theory, Open teams should be better than USA teams and USA teams should be better than American teams – but since the clubs decide where they will play, this is not law.

    Now, in addition to these divisions, we have decided to add a non-bid awarding division called the No Dinx Division. This allows teams that have waivered players, etc and may not have the same requirements as teams playing in the bid awarding divisions which allows more teams the opportunity to experience the Far Western. It also means that the No Dinx Division does not have as strict format and tie breaking guidelines making it a an opportunity for teams to experience Far Westerns without all the requirements that may be limiting.

    Tournament Venue

    Weekend # 1:

    Reno/Sparks Convention Center – 4590 South Virginia Street, Reno, NV 89502

    Reno Event Center – 400 North Center St, Reno, NV 89501

     

    Weekend # 2:

    Reno/Sparks Convention Center – 4590 South Virginia Street, Reno, NV 89502

    Reno Event Center – 400 North Center St, Reno, NV 89501

    Tournament Vendors

     

     

    Restaurants

    Hello Parents, Players, Coaches, Family Members and Friends!
    The NCVA is excited to bring you additional benefits as a registered team of the No Dinx / NCVA Far Western National Qualifier!

    Below you will find logos for restaurants that would like to offer our tournament attendees additional discounts while staying in the Reno area.

    Click on the restaurant logos to see what each restaurant has to offer. Be sure to print out those coupons and bring them with you to the event!

     

            JambaLogo2013     Chilis Logo Greena

    Things to do

    For those looking to do some exploring of the city outside of the volleyball court inside the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno has a little something for everyone.

    The “Biggest Little City in the World,” along with the typical activities one can find in the state in Nevada of gambling and nightlife, has a wide range of activities that appeal to the true adventurer looking to explore the outdoors, the businessman looking for a relaxing weekend of golf, the family looking to do something unique and unlike anything they have ever seen before or the “city-folk” looking for some good shopping and entertainment. Whatever the interests’ one has, Reno and nearby Lake Tahoe has it. Below is just a sampling of what the area has to offer.

    Map of Reno

    There are many things to do that involve the whole family. The Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center offers many different exciting and education options, including three large format films, “Mystery of the Nile,” “Saturn: Jewel of the Heaven” and “Secret of the Cardboard Rocket.”

    The center is home to three permanent exhibits; the rotating Earth and moon globes, the black-hole demonstrator and the largest collection of meteorites in the state of Nevada.

    Space Center Hours:
    Monday-Tuesday: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Friday: 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
    Saturday: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
    Sunday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

    The Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center
    1650 N. Virginia St
    Mail Stop 272
    University of Nevada, Reno
    Reno, NV 89557
    From Convention Center: 10 min, 7.12 miles
    For more information on the Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center, click here.

    The Animal Ark is a 38-acre wildlife sanctuary that is home to wolves, bears, bobcats, cheetahs, coyotes, fox, lions, leopards, tortoises and a lynx. It is also a home to 30 “non-releasable” animals, including endangered and protected species.

    Animal Ark Hours:
    Tuesday-Sunday: 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

    Animal Ark
    1265 Deerlodge Rd
    Reno, NV 89508

    From Convention Center: 42 min, 27.26 miles

    The National Automobile Museum celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2010. The museum shows two films; The Bill Harrah Story, a story of a man and his love for automobiles, and The Magic Carriage, a film displaying the role of the automobile in the evolution of American History.

    Museum Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
    Sunday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

    For more information on the National Automobile Museum, click here.

    National Automobile Museum
    10 Lake St.
    Reno, NV 89501

    From Convention Center: 8 min, 3.25 miles
    To explore more adventures for the whole family, click here for the Visit Reno Tahoe website.   The summer heat will be in full blast during the days of the event.

     

    The Wild Island Family Adventure Park is a great destination for Family Fun. The adventure park has miniature golf, bowling, laser mazes, High Ballocity, Pirate Cove glow in the dark putt around and go-kart racing.

    Indoor hours:                                                                    
    Monday – Thursday  (10 am to 10 pm)
    Friday & Saturday (10 am to 11 pm)
    Outdoor Hours
    Monday – Thursday ( 2pm to 8pm)
    Friday & Saturday ( 11am to 10pm)

    For more information on the Wild Island Family Adventure Park, click here.

    Wild Island Family Adventure Park
    250 Wild Island Court
    Sparks, NV 89434

    From the Convention Center: 12 min, 8.87 miles     Outdoor Adventures: The Reno-Tahoe area has many options for those seeking to cure the outdoor adventure itch. Along with a long list of hiking and biking trails, the area also provides lakes and beaches for swimming or simply enjoying the many other exciting outdoor options. For those seeking biking trails, click here.
    For those looking to take a hike around Lake Tahoe, click here.

    Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority
    Lake Tahoe Visitors Center- Nevada
    169 Highway 50
    Stateline, NV 89449

    From Convention Center: 1 hr 8 min, 50.55 miles The Truckee River runs right through the heart of downtown Reno and is available for public use. The river is 2,600 feet of class 2 and 3 rapids perfect for kayaking, canoeing or inner tubing.

    For more information on the Truckee River White Water Park, click here.

    Truckee River White Water Park
    First and Arlington
    Reno, NV
    From Convention Center: 9 min, 3.42 miles For more lakes and beaches, click here.

    For those who are looking for more of a relaxing time outside, Reno has 14 golf courses for all levels of players.

    For more information on the golf courses in the Reno area, click here.

    There are also many options for those visiting Reno to take a “bird’s eye view” of the city and what it is to offer including hot air ballooning, soaring, hang gliding and scenic airplane tours.

    To explore air adventures, click here.
    Other Activities: The Reno Aces, a AAA baseball team affiliated with the Arizona Diamondbacks, will have games on June 24 and June 25 at Aces Ballpark.

    For more information on the Reno Aces, click here.

    To Reno Aces Ball Park:

    395 North/South
    Fans coming in from the north and south on 395 are encouraged to take the Mill Street Exit westbound to Lake Street

    80 East/West
    Fans coming in from the east and west on 80 are encouraged to take the Virginia/Sierra Street Exits. Fans leaving the downtown parking areas are encouraged to use both Sierra and Center Streets for easiest departure.
     

    Shopping: Meadowood Mall
    5000 Meadowood Mall Circle
    Located at S. Virginia and S. McCarran Blvd
    (775) 827-8450

    (775) 827-8450
    From Convention Center: 2 min, 1.02 miles

    Legends at Sparks Marina
    Designer and Name Brand Shops
    1555 E. Lincoln Way
    I-80 and Sparks Blvd
    From Convention Center: 8 min, 3.17 miles

    Outlet Info

    The Summit Outdoor Mall
    S. Virginia and Mt Rose Hwy
    Exit 75 off I-395
    (775) 853-7800

    (775) 853-7800
    From Convention Center: 10 min, 6.15 miles

    Riverwalk Boutique Shopping
    46 West First St.
    (775) 324-1936

    (775) 324-1936
    From Convention Center: 9 min, 3.38 miles  

     

    Nightlife: For those looking to explore the unique nightlife that Reno has to offer, there’s a wide range of shows and other activities for adults.

    For the casinos in the surrounding areas, click here

    Coolers & Food

    No coolers or outside food are allowed in the Reno Sparks Convention Center or Reno Event Center. However, there are many, many tables setup in front of convention center where teams may setup their 'camp' and enjoy their lunch.

    This is a site requirement so please pass this information on to your team parents who are traveling to the tournament.

    Security will be posted at the entrance of the convention center to ensure that this convention center requirement is upheld.

    Site Rules

    If you have any questions regarding the site that your team has been assigned to, do not contact the school/site directly. Inundating sites with phone calls about tournaments strains our relationships with the facility and may cause the site to stop hosting tournaments. If you have a question about a school/site, you need to email vball@ncva.com

    The site rules for ALL NCVA facilities are:

    • NO ALCOHOL is permitted on the premises of any facility – This includes the parking lot, quads/grass areas, gym, etc.
    • No outside food or beverages inside the facility. Water will be allowed when carried individually, not in a cooler.
    • No ice chests, coolers, soft sided coolers, small coolers or large coolers will be allowed inside.
    • No broken folding chairs, tents, trash left outside the gym or parking lots.
    • Security Guards will be present at all convention centers to enforce site rules
    • Devices, of any kind, that heat food that require them to be plugged in and/or use a flame, of any kind, are not permitted on the premises of any facility.

    Penalties for violating these rules are:

    • Tournament Director will impose 13 Point Penalty. The 13 Point Penalty means that in the team’s next set, the score will begin at 0-13, with 13 points automatically awarded to the opposing team.
    • Receive $200 fine from the NCVA.
    • Receive last place finish and points, if applicable.
    • Teams may be asked to leave the tournament.

    All Sites: The NCVA would like to remind you to make sure you always lock your cars, keep your expensive items out of plain view and keep your personal items within your sight at each facility at all times.

     

    Additional rules by site can be found on our Site Rules page

    Missed Officiating Assignments

    Failure to fulfill an officiating assignment will result in a $100 fine per incident.

    Parking

    The Reno Sparks Convention Center charges for parking with no in and out privileges

    Parking on S Virginia is not permitted. Reno PD will ticket and/or tow your car.

    Reno Bus Line!

    RTC RAPID is a limited-stop service that relies on technology to move more quickly than regular bus service along the Virginia Street Route from downtown Reno to the Convention Center, a lot like rail.  The RTC RAPID bus stops are the large covered stops with the digital signage and the bus runs from 7am to 9pm daily.  You can also catch the RTC RAPID from the downtown Reno 4th Street Station.

    Another service known as RTC CONNECT.  It also services the Virginia Street Route from downtown Reno to the Convention Center but has more stops which takes longer to arrive at the Convention Center.  The bus stops are smaller not all are covered and the sign at the bus stop will indicated “CONNECT”.  This services runs daily 24 hrs a day.  You can also catch the RTC CONNECT from the downtown Reno 4th Street Station.

    You will conveniently find both types of service/bus stops within a short walk to the Convention Center.

    RTC RAPID and RTC CONNECT - A quick and easy alternative to driving and the hassle of renting team vans!

    You’ll save money and avoid the hassles of traffic and parking when you let us drive. Your transit pass provides easy and inexpensive travel from your hotel to the Convention Center and all around town.

    Want more information? Curious about pricing?

    RTC RAPID General Information
    7 Day Pass
    31 Day Pass
    10 Ride Pass
    24 Hour Pass

    Tournament Check-In

    The Check-in Desk is located at the tournament desk in the lobby of the Reno/Sparks Convention Center. Check-In will be on Friday, April 17, 2015 (1st Weekend) & Thursday, April 23, 2015 (2nd Weekend) between 6:00 PM and 10:00 PM.  This check-In is for both AM and PM wave teams.

    Coaches with teams playing in the PM wave will have an additional check-in between 1:00 PM-2:00 PM
    Saturday, April 18, 2015 for the April 18-20, 2015 Tournament
    Friday, April 23, 2015 for the April 24-26, 2015 Tournament

    Check-In is quick if you follow the prescribed procedures.

    You will be required to complete a roster on-site and show proof of USAV memberships before your team is allowed to play in the tournament.

    All coaches are required to carry their signed players' Medical Release Forms with them at all times during the tournament. You do not need to submit these forms to the NCVA at Check-In. You may be asked to present these forms at any time during the event.

    All teams must bring a complete roster to check-in. Please make sure that you have the following information for all players listed on a roster: DOB, jersey number, member number. Please make sure that you have the following information for all staff listed on a roster: member number, IMPACT certification.

    Not sure how to locate your Official Tournament Roster? See "Updating Rosters" below.

    Coaches Meeting

    There will not be a coaches meeting. However, there will be qualified Tournament Directors on hand to answer any and all questions you may have.

    Wave Assignments

    AM Wave: First Serve 8:00 AM
    PM Wave: First Serve 3:00 PM

     

    Age Group Division Wave Assignment
         
    12 American TBA
         
    12 National TBA
         
    12 No Dinx TBA
         
    13 American TBA
         
    13 No Dinx TBA
         
    13 Open TBA
         
    14 American TBA
         
    14 No Dinx TBA
         
    14 Open TBA
         
    14 USA TBA
         
    15 American TBA
         
    15 No Dinx TBA
         
    15 USA TBA
         
    15 Open TBA
         
    16 American TBA
         
    16 No Dinx TBA
         
    16 Open TBA
         
    16 USA TBA
         
    17 American TBA
         
    17 No Dinx TBA
         
    17 Open TBA
         
    17 USA TBA
         
    18 American TBA
         
    18 No Dinx TBA
         
    18 Open TBA
         
    18 USA TBA

     

    Bid Availability

    Age Group Division Bids
         
    11 No Dinx 0
         
    12 American TBA
         
    12 National TBA
         
    12 No Dinx 0
         
    13 American TBA
         
    13 No Dinx 0
         
    13 Open TBA
         
    14 American TBA
         
    14 Open TBA
         
    14 USA TBA
         
    15 American TBA
         
    15 No Dinx 0
         
    15 USA TBA
         
    15 Open TBA
         
    16 American TBA
         
    16 No Dinx 0
         
    16 Open TBA
         
    16 USA TBA
         
    17 American TBA
         
    17 No Dinx 0
         
    17 Open TBA
         
    17 USA TBA
         
    18 American TBA
         
    18 No Dinx 0
         
    18 Open TBA
         
    18 USA TBA

     

    Updating Team Results

    The DEADLINE to update Team Results online is April 1, 2015 for BOTH Weekends

    To provide the best tournament seeding, it is the responsibility of the club director and/or coach to report complete and accurate results data via Advanced Event Systems

    Updating Rosters

    The DEADLINE to update all Roster Information online is 9:00 AM on April 1, 2015

    All teams are required to provide current roster data.  You will be able to print each form off after you register your team.

    Please provide all of the required information for the printable roster:
    Name
    USA Volleyball Membership Number
    Jersey Number
    Position

    How to locate and print your Official Tournament Roster:
    1. Login to your AES account by clicking on "Login" to the left
    2. Once you login, select teams (red link)
    3. Select your team
    4. Select Print next to the event you would like to print the roster for

     

    Rosters must have USAV membership numbers to be VALID

    Review the roster and be sure it is complete and correct, then print it.  Sign the roster and pack it to bring to check-in at the Far Western Tournament Desk.

    Online Schedules & Results

    Online Schedule/Results - weekend # 1

    Online Schedule/Results - weekend # 2

     

    Tournament Schedule

    The entire tournament schedule will be posted online. Be sure to check the website just before departing for any last minute format changes due to teams being dropped or added. If you would like printed copies of the format or schedule, please take the time to print these off from home. The NCVA will not be providing printed materials at the tournament in our effort to Go Green!

    Procedures for Breaking Ties

    College Coaches

    Here are the College Coaches that have attended the Far Western in the past.

    Information provided by University Athlete

    Colleges Anticipated at the 2014 Far Western National Qualifier

    State College Division
    AK Univ. of Alaska Anchorage NCAA II
    AZ Arizona State Univ. NCAA I
    AZ Grand Canyon Univ. NCAA I
    AZ Univ. of Arizona NCAA I
    CA Academy of Art Univ. Unknown
    CA Biola Univ. NAIA
    CA California State Univ. - Chico NCAA II
    CA California State Univ. - Fresno NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Fullerton NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Northridge NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Sacramento NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Stanislaus NCAA II
    CA Loyola Marymount Univ. NCAA I
    CA Pepperdine Univ. - Indoor NCAA I
    CA Saint Marys Coll. of California NCAA I
    CA San Diego State Univ. NCAA I
    CA Stanford Univ. NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Berkeley NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Davis NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Irvine NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Los Angeles NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Merced NAIA
    CA Univ. of California - San Diego NCAA II
    CA Univ. of California - Santa Barbara NCAA I
    CA Univ. of San Francisco NCAA I
    CA Univ. of The Pacific NCAA I
    CT Yale Univ. NCAA I
    FL Florida Gulf Coast Univ. NCAA I
    FL Univ. of Central Florida NCAA I
    GA Georgia Tech. NCAA I
    GA Univ. of Georgia NCAA I
    HI Hawaii Pacific Univ. NCAA II
    ID Boise State Univ. NCAA I
    ID Northwest Nazarene Univ. NCAA II
    ID Univ. of Idaho NCAA I
    KS Garden City C.C. NJCAA I
    MA Harvard Univ. NCAA I
    MD United States Naval Acad. NCAA I
    MO Univ. of Missouri - Columbia NCAA I
    MS Univ. of Mississippi NCAA I
    MT Montana State Univ. - Bozeman NCAA I
    NC Duke Univ. NCAA I
    ND Minot State Univ. NCAA II
    NM Univ. of New Mexico NCAA I
    NV Univ. of Nevada - Reno NCAA I
    NY University at Albany NCAA I
    OH Kenyon Coll. NCAA III
    OH Ohio Univ. NCAA I
    OR Oregon State Univ. NCAA I
    OR Southern Oregon Univ. NAIA
    OR Univ. of Oregon NCAA I
    OR Univ. of Portland NCAA I
    PA Muhlenberg Coll. NCAA III
    RI Brown Univ. NCAA I
    TX Texas A & M Univ. NCAA I
    TX Texas Christian Univ. NCAA I
    TX Texas Tech Univ. NCAA I
    TX The Univ. of Texas at Austin NCAA I
    TX University of Houston NCAA I
    UT Brigham Young Univ. NCAA I
    UT Southern Utah Univ. NCAA I
    UT University of Utah NCAA I
    UT Utah State Univ. NCAA I
    UT Utah Valley University NCAA I
    VA Liberty Univ. NCAA I
    WA Saint Martins University NCAA II
    WA Seattle Univ. NCAA I
    WA Univ. of Puget Sound NCAA III
    WA Univ. of Washington - Seattle Campus NCAA I
    WA Washington State Univ. NCAA I
    WI Marquette Univ. NCAA I
    WV West Virginia Univ. NCAA I
    WY Western Wyoming C.C. NJCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Monterey Bay NCAA II
    WA Western Washington Univ. NCAA II

    Colleges Anticipated at the 2013 Far Western National Qualifier

    State College Name Division
    AK Univ. of Alaska Anchorage NCAA II
    AK Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks NCAA II
    AZ Arizona State Univ. NCAA I
    AZ Northern Arizona Univ. NCAA I
    AZ Univ. of Arizona NCAA I
    CA California Poly. - San Luis Obispo NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Bakersfield NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Chico NCAA II
    CA California State Univ. - Fresno NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Monterey Bay NCAA II
    CA California State Univ. - Northridge NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Sacramento NCAA I
    CA California State Univ. - Stanislaus NCAA II
    CA Loyola Marymount Univ. NCAA I
    CA Pepperdine Univ. NCAA I
    CA Saint Marys Coll. of California NCAA I
    CA San Diego State Univ. NCAA I
    CA San Jose State Univ. NCAA I
    CA Santa Clara Univ. NCAA I
    CA Stanford Univ. NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Berkeley NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Davis NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Irvine NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Los Angeles NCAA I
    CA Univ. of California - Riverside NCAA I
    CA Univ. of San Diego NCAA I
    CA Univ. of San Francisco NCAA I
    CA Univ. of The Pacific NCAA I
    CO Colorado State Univ. NCAA I
    CO United States Air Force Acad. NCAA I
    CO Univ. of Colorado at Boulder NCAA I
    CT Connecticut Coll. NCAA III
    CT Yale Univ. NCAA I
    FL Univ. of Florida NCAA I
    GA Georgia Tech. NCAA I
    HI Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa NCAA I
    IA Iowa Central C.C. NJCAA I
    ID Boise State Univ. NCAA I
    ID Coll. of Southern Idaho NJCAA I
    ID Idaho State Univ. NCAA I
    ID Univ. of Idaho NCAA I
    IN Indiana Univ. - Bloomington NCAA I
    LA Tulane Univ. of Louisiana NCAA I
    MD Univ. of Maryland - Coll. Park NCAA I
    MS Mississippi State Univ. NCAA I
    MT Montana State Univ. - Bozeman NCAA I
    MT The Univ. of Montana - Missoula NCAA I
    NC Duke Univ. NCAA I
    NC North Carolina State Univ. at Raleigh NCAA I
    NC Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill NCAA I
    NE Univ. of Nebraska at Lincoln NCAA I
    NM New Mexico State Univ. NCAA I
    NV Univ. of Nevada - Las Vegas NCAA I
    NV Univ. of Nevada - Reno NCAA I
    NY Cornell University NCAA I
    OH Kenyon Coll. NCAA III
    OH Ohio State Univ. NCAA I
    OR Lewis & Clark Coll. NCAA III
    OR Oregon State Univ. NCAA I
    OR Portland State Univ. NCAA I
    OR Southern Oregon Univ. NAIA
    OR Univ. of Oregon NCAA I
    OR Univ. of Portland NCAA I
    SC Coll. of Charleston NCAA I
    TX Southern Methodist Univ. NCAA I
    TX Texas A & M Univ. NCAA I
    TX Texas Christian Univ. NCAA I
    TX Texas Tech Univ. NCAA I
    TX The Univ. of Texas at San Antonio NCAA I
    TX University of Houston NCAA I
    UT Brigham Young Univ. NCAA I
    UT Southern Utah Univ. NCAA I
    UT University of Utah NCAA I
    UT Utah State Univ. NCAA I
    UT Utah Valley University NCAA I
    UT Weber State Univ. NCAA I
    WA Eastern Washington Univ. NCAA I
    WA Seattle Univ. NCAA I
    WA Univ. of Washington - Seattle Campus NCAA I
    WA Washington State Univ. NCAA I
    State College Name Division
    AK Univ. of Alaska Anchorage NCAA II
    AK Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks NCAA II
    AR Univ. of Arkansas NCAA I
    AZ Arizona State Univ. NCAA I
    AZ Grand Canyon Univ. NCAA II
    AZ Northern Arizona Univ. NCAA I
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    IMPACT Requirements & Clinic

    The following coaching certification is required at the No Dinx / NCVA Far Western National Qualifier Tournament:

    ALL coaches listed on the Event Roster (Head and/or Assistant(s)) will possess a minimum coaching certification level of IMPACT (Entry Level). An IMPACT certified coach (head coach, assistant or other adult) listed on the Event Roster must be present and on the bench at all times.

    IMPACT Clinic

    The NCVA will be offering an IMPACT Clinic in conjunction with the No Dinx / NCVA Far Western National Qualifier Tournament.

    If you are interested in becoming IMPACT certified, there will be two clinics held at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.

    April 17, 2015 IMPACT Clinic

    Check-in: 5:00 - 5:30 PM

    Clinic: 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

    Clinic will be held in rooms A19 and A20. Please do not be late.

     

    Early Registration: $60 and are guaranteed to have materials at the clinic

    Early Registration Deadline: April 10, 2015 for the April 17, 2015 IMPACT Clinic

    Late Registration: $80

    Late Registration: after April 10, 2015 or on-site. Late registrations cannot be guaranteed materials at the clinic

    There are no refunds if you do not attend the clinic.

    Register for this IMPACT Clinic Now!

     

    April 23, 2015 IMPACT Clinic

    Check-in: 5:00 - 5:30 PM

    Clinic: 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

    Clinic will be held in rooms A19 and A20. Please do not be late.

     

    Early Registration: $60 and are guaranteed to have materials at the clinic

    Early Registration Deadline: April 17, 2015 for the April 23, 2015 IMPACT Clinic

    Late Registration: $80

    Late Registration: after April 17, 2015 or on-site. Late registrations cannot be guaranteed materials at the clinic

    There are no refunds if you do not attend the clinic.

    Register for this IMPACT Clinic Now!

    Other IMPACT options:

    USA Volleyball Webinar:
    More information on the USA Volleyball IMPACT Webinar

    For more information, please visit our IMPACT Clinic Information Site

    USA Volleyball High Performance Tryouts

    USA Volleyball will be conducting the following High Performance tryouts

    Friday, April 17, 2015
    Check-In: 4:00 PM
    Tryout: 5:00 - 8:00 PM

    Thursday, April 23, 2015
    Check-In: 4:00 PM
    Tryout: 5:00 - 8:00 PM

    For more information, go to:  

    USA Volleyball High Performance

    Tournament Officials

    Tournament Officials Mandatory Meeting

    Friday, April 17, 2015 @ 8:00 PM

    Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 8:00 PM

    Meeting will be held in Room A8

     

    Photos

    Results

    Future Far Western Dates

    2016
    April 16-17-18  – Sat., Sun., Mon.
    April 22-23-24 – Fri., Sat., Sun.

    2017
    April 22-23-24 – Sat., Sun., Mon.
    April 28-29-30 – Fri., Sat., Sun.

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  • Jul
    18

    No Dinx / NCVA Boys Far Western Bid Tournament


    by Alex Read
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    January 10-11, 2015

    Divisions:

    18 Open, 17 Open, 16 Open, 15 Open, 14 Open

    Sites:

    San Mateo Event Center

    Tournament Flier

    Tournament Hotels

    Your team will not be accepted into the tournament without submitting this Required Hotel Form

    Questions about the event?

    Online Schedule/Results

     

    AES| Scout & Recruit

    Entry Fees / Registration Deadline

    Entry Fee: $550 for all age divisions

    Registration deadline: December 15, 2014

    Teams will be accepted after the deadline, if space is available, with an entry fee of $650

    There are no refunds after December 15, 2014

    Venue

    San Mateo Event Center – 2495 S. Delaware Street, San Mateo, CA 94403

    Bid Information

    Tournament Check-In & Roster Verification

    All coaches are required to check-in prior to the beginning of play at the tournament. The Check-In Desks (Tournament Desks) are located as follows:

    San Mateo Event Center: inside the event center toward the back wall

    Check-In for the tournament will be on Saturday, January 10, 2015 between 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM

     

    All coaches are required to carry their signed players’ Medical Release Forms with them at all times during the tournament. You do not need to submit these forms to the NCVA at Check-In. You may be asked to present these forms at any time during the event.

    Prior to beginning play, a coach, team representative or club director must confirm a team’s presence at the Tournament by signing the roster. The signing agent is verifying that all the information contained on the roster is both complete and correct. No roster additions (players or coaches) may be added at a Bid Tournament once a team has commenced match play in that event.

    The signing agent assumes all responsibility for the organization (club) and for any consequence if the roster information is false or incorrect. At the time of check-in, the head coach or club director will be required to sign a statement that all reported team competition results are complete and accurate.

    The players for any team earning a bid will be frozen as submitted at registration (Frozen Player Rule). The Bid Tournament will send a copy of this roster to the Events Department of USA Volleyball following the conclusion of the Bid Tournament as the team’s official roster for the USAJNC. The team’s roster will be posted on the USAV website in convert with the Bid Tournament rankings for each age group.

    For any USAJNC event, each player is required to wear the same jersey number throughout the entire event, with limited exceptions as required by emergency or blood rule applications.

    All coaches are required to carry their signed players’ Medical Release Forms with them at all times during the tournament. You do not need to submit these forms to the NCVA at Check-In. You may be asked to present these forms at any time during the event.

    All teams must bring a complete roster to check-in. Please make sure that you have the following information for all players listed on a roster: DOB, jersey number, member number. Please make sure that you have the following information for all staff listed on a roster: member number, IMPACT certification.

    Wave Assignments

    18 Open – TBA

    17 Open – TBA

    16 Open – TBA

    15 Open – TBA

    14 Open – TBA

     

    Format

    Click on the age division below to see the format for that division

    18 Open 17 Open 16 Open 15 Open 14 Open

    Seed Assignments

    To view seed assignments for your division, please click the appropriate link:

    18 Open 17 Open 16 Open 15 Open 14 Open

    Updating Rosters

    The DEADLINE to update all Roster Information online is 5:00 PM on:

    Friday, December 19, 2014

    All teams are required to provide current roster data

    Please provide all of the required information for the printable roster:

    Name
    USA Volleyball Membership Number
    Jersey Number
    Position

    Rosters must have USAV membership numbers to be VALID

    Review the roster and be sure it is complete and correct, then print it. Sign the roster and pack it to bring to check-in at the Far Western Tournament Desk.

    Updating Team Results

    The DEADLINE to update Team Results online is December 19, 2014

    To provide the best tournament seeding, it is the responsibility of the club director and/or coach to report complete and accurate results data.

    Bids Offered in Each Division

    TBA

    Coaches Meeting

    There will not be a coaches meeting. However, there will be qualified Tournament Directors on hand to answer any and all questions you may have.

    Tournament Schedule

    The entire tournament schedule and program will be posted online. Be sure to check the website just before departing for any last minute format changes due to teams being dropped or added. If you would like printed copies of the format or schedule, please take the time to print these off from home. The NCVA will not be providing printed materials at the tournament in our effort to Go Green!

    Ethics and Eligibility Committee & Protest Committee

    Protest Committee:

    Kathy Rogers, Northern California Region
    Melissa Walker, Northern California Region
    Kaitlyn Roll, Northern California Region

    Ethics and Eligibility Committee:

    Kris Johnson, Northern California Region
    Melissa Walker, Northern California Region
    Kaitlyn Roll, Northern California Region

     

    Coolers & Food

    No coolers or outside food is allowed in the San Mateo Event Center.

    This is a site requirement so please pass this information on to your team parents who are traveling to the tournament.

    Security will be posted at the entrance of the event center to ensure that this Event Center requirement is upheld.

    Parking

    The San Mateo Event Center charges for parking.

    NCVA & USA Volleyball High Performance Tryouts

    NCVA & USA Volleyball will be conducting the following joint High Performance tryout:

    Date: Sunday, January 10, 2015
    Check-In: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    Tryout: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

    For more information, go to:
    High Performance

    IMPACT Requirement

    The following coaching certification is required to coach at the Boys Far Western Bid Tournament:

    ALL coaches listed on the Event Roster (Head and/or Assistant(s)) will possess a minimum coaching certification level of IMPACT (Entry Level). An IMPACT certified coach (head coach, assistant or other adult) listed on the Event Roster must be present and on the bench at all times.

    IMPACT Clinic

    The NCVA will be offering an IMPACT Clinic in conjunction with the No Dinx / NCVA Far Western Bid Tournament.

    If you are interested in becoming IMPACT certified, a clinic will be held at the San Mateo Event Center on Friday, January 9, 2015

    The clinic is from 6:00 PM- 11:00 PM with check-in beginning at 5:30 PM. Please do not be late.

    If you register for the IMPACT clinic by December January 2, 2015 for the IMPACT Clinic, you will be charged a $60 registration fee and are guaranteed to have materials at the clinic. Registrations after January 2, 2015, or on-site, are not guaranteed materials at the clinic and the registration fee will be $80 for late registration.

    There are no refunds if you do not attend the clinic.

    Other IMPACT options:

    USA Volleyball Webinar:
    More information on the USA Volleyball IMPACT Webinar

    For more information, please visit our IMPACT Clinic Information Site

    Site Rules

    If you have any questions regarding the site that your team has been assigned to, do not contact the school/site directly. Inundating sites with phone calls about tournaments strains our relationships with the facility and may cause the site to stop hosting tournaments. If you have a question about a school/site, you need to email vball@ncva.com

    The site rules for ALL NCVA facilities are:

    • NO ALCOHOL is permitted on the premises of any facility – This includes the parking lot, quads/grass areas, gym, etc.
    • No outside food or beverages inside the facility. Water will be allowed when carried individually, not in a cooler.
    • No ice chests, coolers, soft sided coolers, small coolers or large coolers will be allowed inside.
    • No broken folding chairs, tents, trash left outside the gym or parking lots.
    • Security Guards will be present at all convention centers to enforce site rules
    • Devices, of any kind, that heat food that require them to be plugged in and/or use a flame, of any kind, are not permitted on the premises of any facility.

    Penalties for violating these rules are:

    • Tournament Director will impose 13 Point Penalty. The 13 Point Penalty means that in the team’s next set, the score will begin at 0-13, with 13 points automatically awarded to the opposing team.
    • Receive $200 fine from the NCVA.
    • Receive last place finish and points, if applicable.
    • Teams may be asked to leave the tournament.

    All Sites: The NCVA would like to remind you to make sure you always lock your cars, keep your expensive items out of plain view and keep your personal items within your sight at each facility at all times.

     

    Additional rules by site can be found on our Site Rules page

    Results

    Click on the age division below to see the results for that division

    2014 Results:

     

    18 Open 17 Open 16 Open 15 Open 14 Open

     

    2013 Results:

    18 Open 17 Open 16 Open 15 Open 14 Open

     

    Future Far Westerns

    2015

    January 10th & 11th, 2015

     

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  • Aug
    10

    Youth League & Fall Competition


    by Alex Read
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    All information for the NCVA Youth League can be found in the menu below.

     

    * Please click on the appropriate Youth League link below for the following information:

    1. Is my team registered?

    2. What site has my team been assigned to?

    For venue addresses, please click on Venues under the menu above

     

    Youth League & Fall Competition Schedule

    Fall 2014 Schedule:

    5th / 6th Grades 7th / 8th Grades 9th Grade
    League # 1 September 28, 2014 September 28, 2014 September 28, 2014
    League # 2 October 12, 2014 October 12, 2014 October 12, 2014
    League # 3 October 26, 2014 October 26, 2014 October 26, 2014
    League # 4 November 9, 2014 November 9, 2014 November 9, 2014
    League # 5 November 23, 2014 November 23, 2014 November 23, 2014
    League # 6 December 7, 2014 December 7, 2014 December 7, 2014

    Spring 2015 Schedule:

    5/6th Grades 7th/ 8th Grades 9th Grades
    League #1 January 25 January 25 January 25
    League #2 February 22 February 22 February 22
    League #3 March 22 March 22 March 22
    League #4 April 12 April 12 April 12
    League #5 May 3 May 3 May 3
    League #6 May 17 May 17 May 17

    Site Rules

    If you have any questions regarding the site that your team has been assigned to, do not contact the school/site directly. Inundating sites with phone calls about tournaments strains our relationships with the facility and may cause the site to stop hosting tournaments. If you have a question about a school/site, you need to email vball@ncva.com

    The site rules for ALL NCVA facilities are:

    • NO ALCOHOL is permitted on the premises of any facility – This includes the parking lot, quads/grass areas, gym, etc.
    • No outside food or beverages inside the facility. Water will be allowed when carried individually, not in a cooler.
    • No ice chests, coolers, soft sided coolers, small coolers or large coolers will be allowed inside.
    • No broken folding chairs, tents, trash left outside the gym or parking lots.
    • Security Guards will be present at all convention centers to enforce site rules
    • Devices, of any kind, that heat food that require them to be plugged in and/or use a flame, of any kind, are not permitted on the premises of any facility.

    Penalties for violating these rules are:

    • Tournament Director will impose 13 Point Penalty. The 13 Point Penalty means that in the team’s next set, the score will begin at 0-13, with 13 points automatically awarded to the opposing team.
    • Receive $200 fine from the NCVA.
    • Receive last place finish and points, if applicable.
    • Teams may be asked to leave the tournament.

    All Sites: The NCVA would like to remind you to make sure you always lock your cars, keep your expensive items out of plain view and keep your personal items within your sight at each facility at all times.

     

    Additional rules by site can be found on our Site Rules page

    Youth League Info

    Youth League is designed to introduce players to club volleyball. The league costs $100. This fee covers all 6 league events and their NCVA membership during the league period.

    Age Divisions offered:

    4th – 6th Girls

    4th – 6th Boys

    7th – 8th Girls

    7th – 8th Boys

    9th Girls

    9th Boys

    Main Rule Differences:

    • Serving:
      • For the first serve of the match, player must start behind the end line
      • If the player is unable to make their serve over the net on the first attempt:
        • Player may re-serve and
        • Player is allowed to take a step into the court
      • If a player can jump serve, they may not step in or re-serve
      • If a player serves over the net and it goes out, they may not step in or re-serve
      • If the served ball becomes in play, regardless of the result, no re-serve is allowed
    • 4th – 6th grade players:
      • This division uses times matches
        • 35 minutes each match, switching sides after 15 minutes
        • Officiating team should start score over at 15 minute switch
        • Team with the most points at switch and/or end wins the set
        • The result is recorded by sets, not matches
        • All final pool results are done by set percentage
        • Warm-up time is not included in the 35 minute match
      • A limit of 3 serves in a row, then side-out, without awarding a point
    • 7th – 9th grade players:
      • This division has a two (2) set cap
      • The result is recorded by sets, not matches
      • All results are done by set percentage
      • A limit of 6 serves in a row, then side-out, without awarding a point

     

    • At each event there is a 20 minute break between the second and third matches of the tournament, however, the teams may decide to go ahead and play if they use a 4 team pool as breaks are built into the format.
    • Uniform requirements are relaxed. Players should have matching shirts with a number on at least one side of the shirt.
    • Each Youth League tournament starts at 9:00 AM and is scheduled to end by 3:00 PM.
    • There are two TDs assigned to each Youth League tournament. This allows one to take care of the TD work and the other to work as a court monitor helping with scorekeeping and officiating duties.

     

    Frequently Asked Questions about Youth League:

    Q: How many tournaments are included in the league fee?
    A: There are six (6) tournaments in Fall and six (6) tournaments in Spring

    Q: Where are the tournament locations?
    A: Tournaments are held within 90 minutes of the teams competing in that area’s league. NCVA will offer 5 league areas: Bay Area, Sacramento, Fresno, Reno and Central Valley

    Q: What are the uniform requirements?
    A:

    • Players need to be in matching outfits (as far as color). Numbers on one side  (front or back) are required – recommend both front and back
    • Does not have to be expensive jerseys – teams may use simple white shirts with numbers drawn on the white shirts.
    • Shorts/Shirts do not have to be the exact same – players may wear black shorts that are all different brands.

    Q: Are the tournaments setup like league tournaments where teams and coaches will have to ref, keep score, and do lines?
    A: Yes, teams are responsible for officiating duties. We have a second tournament director to help coaches and teams while performing these duties.

    Q: How are the age group defined?
    A: Divisions are broken up by school grades rather than standard USAV Age Definitions.

     

    Youth League & Fall Competition #1

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Site: SportsHouse

    Youth League

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Site: SportsHouse

    Youth League

    Fall Competition

    Youth League & Fall Competition #2

    Youth League & Fall Competition #3

    Youth League & Fall Competition #4

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

    Youth League & Fall Competition #5

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

    Youth League & Fall Competition #6

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

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    25

    Fall Competition


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    All information for the NCVA Fall Competition can be found in the menu below.

     

    * Please click on the appropriate Fall Competition link below for the following information:

    1. Is my team registered?

    2. What site has my team been assigned to?

    For venue addresses, please click on Venues under the menu above

     

    Fall Competition Schedule

    Fall 2014 Schedule:

    5th / 6th Grades 7th / 8th Grades 9th Grade
    League # 1 September 28, 2014 September 28, 2014 September 28, 2014
    League # 2 October 12, 2014 October 12, 2014 October 12, 2014
    League # 3 October 26, 2014 October 26, 2014 October 26, 2014
    League # 4 November 9, 2014 November 9, 2014 November 9, 2014
    League # 5 November 23, 2014 November 23, 2014 November 23, 2014
    League # 6 December 7, 2014 December 7, 2014 December 7, 2014

    Site Rules

    If you have any questions regarding the site that your team has been assigned to, do not contact the school/site directly. Inundating sites with phone calls about tournaments strains our relationships with the facility and may cause the site to stop hosting tournaments. If you have a question about a school/site, you need to email vball@ncva.com

    The site rules for ALL NCVA facilities are:

    • NO ALCOHOL is permitted on the premises of any facility – This includes the parking lot, quads/grass areas, gym, etc.
    • No outside food or beverages inside the facility. Water will be allowed when carried individually, not in a cooler.
    • No ice chests, coolers, soft sided coolers, small coolers or large coolers will be allowed inside.
    • No broken folding chairs, tents, trash left outside the gym or parking lots.
    • Security Guards will be present at all convention centers to enforce site rules
    • Devices, of any kind, that heat food that require them to be plugged in and/or use a flame, of any kind, are not permitted on the premises of any facility.

    Penalties for violating these rules are:

    • Tournament Director will impose 13 Point Penalty. The 13 Point Penalty means that in the team’s next set, the score will begin at 0-13, with 13 points automatically awarded to the opposing team.
    • Receive $200 fine from the NCVA.
    • Receive last place finish and points, if applicable.
    • Teams may be asked to leave the tournament.

    All Sites: The NCVA would like to remind you to make sure you always lock your cars, keep your expensive items out of plain view and keep your personal items within your sight at each facility at all times.

     

    Additional rules by site can be found on our Site Rules page

    Fall Competition Info

    Introducing Fall Competition – this is the sister program to the NCVA Youth League.

    NCVA is offering Fall Competition for those players that either did not get to participate with their high school team or are not yet in high school. Fall Competition will provide competitive club volleyball for all interested.
     
    Fall Competition is designed to allow players to continue with club volleyball throughout the fall, should they be unable to compete at the high school level. This is a great way to stay on the court, active, and ready for the next club season!

    Fall Competition is a series of 6 tournaments, each cost $140. All participants must be full members with NCVA, cost is $60 – this is the same membership as the regular indoor season – no need for two memberships!
     
    League tournaments are simple:
    •    No limit to your roster
    •    Each tournament starts at 9:00 AM and is scheduled to end by 3:00 PM. Which means it ends earlier than other league events.
    •    Uniform requirements are relaxed, t-shirts with numbers on the front and back, shorts don’t have to match.  No need for expensive jerseys.
     
    Teams are responsible for officiating duties.  This helps the players learn the rules of the game.  We supply a second tournament director to walk around and help train.

    Age Divisions offered:

    4th – 6th Girls

    4th – 6th Boys

    7th – 8th Girls

    7th – 8th Boys

    9th Girls

    9th Boys

     

    Fall Competition #1

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

    Fall Competition #2

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

    Fall Competition #3

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

    Fall Competition #4

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

    Fall Competition #5

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

    Fall Competition #6

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Registered Teams & Site Assignments

    First Serve: 9:00 AM

    Results

    Results

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  • Aug
    21

    Junior Officials Program


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    General Information

    • The Junior Officials Program is designed to offer junior players an opportunity:
      • To help the junior officials hone their officiating skills as well as their playing experience
      • To provide role models for the younger junior players
      • To offer a part time job for those willing to learn the trade
      • To identify new officials and help them enter the officiating ranks
      • To advance in volleyball through the Officials’ Division. Many former Junior Officials are now advancing their ratings and entering the Regional and Junior National levels as well as working high school matches.

    Are you:

    • A Player that is frequently assigned as the First Official for your team?
    • A Coach that wants to have one or more of your players receive the Junior Official Certificate for your team?

    Junior Officials will be required to:

    • To attend a training or mentoring session. The training or mentoring session will cover the R1, R2, Scorekeeping, and Line Judge Positions.
    • To have a uniform that consists of navy blue dress slacks or shorts (no denim), all white athletic shoes and socks, white polo shirt, whistle, timing device and flipping coin.
    • To work at least one wave at all the scheduled Girls 12′s or Club Division tournaments plus the 12′s Region Championships (full day).
    • To have reliable transportation (car or parent) to and from the assigned sites.

     

    Jr Development Officials will be paid $60 per wave for regular tournaments and $15 per match for the Region Championships or other tournaments if requested to work.

    If you are interested in signing up for the Junior Official’s Program, please contact vball@ncva.com

     

    Junior Officiating Program Symposium:

    Date:  Saturday, January 4, 2014
    Location: San Mateo Event Center
    Time: 9:00 AM
    Symposium will last until 2-3 PM

     

    Junior Officials will be required to submit the following:

    • Online Membership – if not already registered as a junior player
    • Background Screen – if 18 – if not 18, within 10 days of turning 18.
    • Independent Contractor Form
    • W-9 Form
    • Medical Release Form

     

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  • Aug
    22

    Event Registration


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    Advanced Event Systems

    To register for events, the NCVA will be using Advanced Event Systems (AES)

    Register for Events!

    For help on how to register, please review the steps listed below.

    AES Help Video

    Don't have AES account

      • Go to https://www.advancedeventsystems.com/Default.aspx
      • Select Create New Account (top right)
      • Select Register
      • Select Create Club Director
      • Complete form & select Create Club Account
      • You are automatically logged into your account
      • Select USAV Data Import – this will allow you to import your players to add to rosters. Once imported, the system will tell you how many members were added and/or updated
        a.    The login to initiate the import is the same as the club administrator’s membership login to Webpoint
      • Select Enter event
      • Select event name to begin registering
      • Verify the event requirements by division – click REGISTER TEAMS (at the top of the page)
      • Make division selections, click UPDATE
      • Click Build Roster next to team name. At the end of each Build roster session, you are prompted back to this page.
      • Assign staff to event roster by selected them from the drop downs & selecting their positions
      • Assign players to event roster by choosing them from the list of eligible players at the bottom, use the check box on the far right under “Add” – then select “Update Roster”
      • Once your roster is updated, select Continue. The system will then verify that all roster requirements are met and allow you to continue.
      • If you have another roster to build, select Build Roster for that team. If not, select Continue.
      • Confirmation page – Click Continue
      • Payment Page
        • If mailing a check, please print the provided entry form and submit a copy with your check
        • If submitting payment online, please select Pay by Credit.

    • You will repeat this process for each event
      **When you login to modify event rosters, you can edit by clicking on Teams or from my events.

    Have an AES account

    • Go to https://www.advancedeventsystems.com/Default.aspx
    • Select Login (top right)
    • Select USAV Data Import – this will allow you to import your players to add to rosters. Once imported, the system will tell you how many members were added and/or updated
      a.    The login to initiate the import is the same as the club administrator’s membership login to Webpoint
    • Select Enter Event
    • Select event name to begin registering
    • Verify the event requirements by division – click REGISTER TEAMS (at the top of the page)
    • Make division selections, click UPDATE
    • Click Build Roster next to team name. At the end of each Build roster session, you are prompted back to this page.
    • Assign staff to event roster by selected them from the drop downs & selecting their positions
    • Assign players to event roster by choosing them from the list of eligible players at the bottom, use the check box on the far right under “Add” – then select “Update Roster”
    • Once your roster is updated, select Continue. The system will then verify that all roster requirements are met and allow you to continue.
    • If you have another roster to build, select Build Roster for that team. If not, select Continue.
    • Confirmation page – Click Continue
    • Payment Page
      • If mailing a check, please print the provided entry form and submit a copy with your check
      • If submitting payment online, please select Pay by Credit.
    • You will repeat this process for each event
      **When you login to modify event rosters, you can edit by clicking on Teams or from my events.

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  • Aug
    13

    Referee Tournament Info


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    Below you will find information on all of the tournaments offered by NCVA that require referees. For tournaments that require tournament directors, court monitors or mentors, please login to your online membership profile and view your schedule.

    CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP TO WORK EVENTS

    All of the information below is subject to change as the event get closer. We will forward additional updated information to you once you have been assigned to an event and will make every attempt to updates these pages. This information is for “general” information only.

    Boy's Power League Qualifier

    Dates:September 21-22, 2013
    Site:San Mateo Event Center & McClellan Event Center
    Age Group: Boy’s - all age groups
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Boy's Power League Regionals

    Dates:December 14-15, 2013
    Site:San Mateo Event Center & McClellan Event Center
    Age Group: Boys - all age groups
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Boy's Far Westerns

    Dates:January 11-12, 2014
    Site:San Mateo Event Center
    Age Group: Boys - all age groups
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    California Kickoff

    Dates:January 18-20, 2014
    Site:San Jose Convention Center, San Mateo Event Center, Oakland Convention Center
    Age Group: Girls - all age groups
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event has AM & PM waves. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This is a warm up tournament for returning officials and a Symposium training clinic / tournament for new officials.

    You will receive payment for this event, via the event management not the NCVA.

    This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girl's Power League Qualifier - Weekend # 1

    Dates:January 25-26, 2014
    Site:San Jose Convention Center
    Age Group: Girls
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event is just one wave. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girl's Power League Qualifier - Weekend # 2

    Dates:February 1-2, 2014
    Site:Cal Expo, San Mateo Event Center & San Jose Convention Center
    Age Group: Girls
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event is just one wave. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girl's Power League Qualifier - Weekend # 3

    Dates:February 8-9, 2014
    Site:Sacramento Convention Center & Cal Expo
    Age Group: Girls
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event is just one wave. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    President's Day

    Dates:February 15-17, 2014
    Site:San Mateo Event Center, San Jose Convention Center & Santa Clara Convention Center
    Age Group: Girls - all age groups
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event has AM & PM waves. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:Both sites charge for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Spring Classic

    Dates:March 8-9, 2014
    Site:San Mateo Event Center & International Agri-Center (Visalia, CA)
    Age Group: Girls
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event has AM & PM waves. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:Both sites charge for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girls Far Western - Weekend # 1

    Dates:April 12-14, 2014
    Site:Reno-Sparks Convention Center
    Age Group: Girls - 12c/13c/14oc/15c
    Times:Officials will be required to attend a mandatory pre-tournament meeting in order to work this event. The meeting is scheduled for 8:00 PM on Friday, April 11, 2014

    This event has AM & PM waves. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Application:Application to work the event - also includes more information about the tournament
    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girls Far Western - Weekend # 2

    Dates:April 25-27, 2014
    Site:Reno-Sparks Convention Center
    Age Group: Girls - 15o/16oc/17oc/18oc
    Times:Officials will be required to attend a mandatory pre-tournament meeting in order to work this event. The meeting is scheduled for 8:00 PM on Thursday, April 24, 2014

    This event has AM & PM waves. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Application:Application to work the event - also includes more information about the tournament
    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girl's Power League Regionals & Girls Premier League Regionals - Weekend # 1

    Dates:May 3-4, 2014
    Site:TBA
    Age Group: Girls
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event is just one wave. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girl's Power League Regionals & Girls Premier League Regionals - Weekend # 2

    Dates:May 10-11, 2014
    Site:Reno-Sparks Convention Center & TBA
    Age Group: Girls
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:All sites charge for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Girls Premier League Regionals - Weekend # 3

    Dates:May 17-18, 2014
    Site:TBA
    Age Group: Girls
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event is just one wave. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Great America

    Dates:June 7-8, 2014
    Site:City Beach (Santa Clara), City Beach (Fremont) and additional sites in the south bay
    Age Group: Girls - all age groups
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event has AM & PM waves. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:You will receive payment for this event via the event management, not the NCVA.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

    Bay View Classic

    Dates:May 24-26, 2014
    Site:San Mateo Event Center & Oakland Convention Center
    Age Group: Girls - all age groups
    Times:Officials will be required to arrive by 7:30 AM. Attendance will be taken promptly at 7:30 AM. If you are not in attendance when role call is taken you may not be assigned to work.

    Officials are updated on site rules and have the opportunity to ask the head official questions.

    This event has AM & PM waves. All Officials are requested to stay to the end of play each day.

    Notes:You will receive payment for this event, via the event management not the NCVA.

    This site charges for parking.

    Officials are responsible for food, parking and hotel expense.

    For hotel and discount rates for officials: Tournament Hotels

    No outside food is allowed.

    Additional information on this event can be found on the home page of this tournament. to view, click on the tournament logo on the homepage

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    13

    FAQ’s


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    • Q:

      How do I become a Tournament Director?

      A:

      The NCVA is always looking to train new people into becoming tournament directors for our tournaments. It is a great way to make some money and also watch some great volleyball. We have tournaments just about every weekend during the sanctioned season. If you are interested in viewing the responsibilities of a tournament director you can review the Girls Handbook or you can email us and will provide you with some information. – If you are interested in becoming a tournament director, please email us at vball@ncva.com for more information.

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    • Q:

      Do Tournament Directors have the authority to change formats during the tournament either to reformat (due to a team not showing up) or to move the tournament along faster?

      A:

      Yes! The Tournament Director has the ability to change formats. The Tournament Director is provided a phone number to contact an NCVA Staff member to approve each change that has been made before it is done. The reason for checking before changes can be made is because the change could possibly affect a Bid to Junior Olympics for teams or can affect seeds for Qualifiers or Regional Championships. Tournament Directors are all trained to make correct changes, but are always required to check with the on call NCVA staff member to verify. Remember…for example for Girls Teams, Power League #1 is not a standalone tournament. It is the 3rd day of a 7 day event which can affect bids for Junior Olympics. – If you are interested in becoming a tournament director, please email us at vball@ncva.com for more information.

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    • Q:

      How do I find information for my daughter or son on tryouts for the upcoming season?

      A:

      The information for sanctioned club tryouts is posted on our website weekly. Prior to the season starting, the tryout postings are listed under Girl’s/Boy’s Tryouts on the NCVA homepage. The NCVA gives each club an opportunity to post their tryouts on our website. If you are interested in a particular club and do not see the club listed on our Tryouts Listings page, please contact the NCVA Office to inquire if that club is a sanctioned club with the NCVA. As parents you have the right to know what is going on with the club you are trying out for. Please refer to the Club Tryouts page in the handbook for more information. It is important as parents to know what time, money and energy you are committing both your daughter/son and yourself to. Be sure to check out the Parents Bill of Rights which can be found on the Parent General Information page of the NCVA website. – If you are interested in becoming a tournament director, please email us at vball@ncva.com for more information.

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    • Q:

      Why are fees for one club team more expensive than other club teams?

      A:

      Individual Clubs are the ones who set their fees for the season. The NCVA only requires a limited payment to us during the season and the fee is determined by what league (of the 3 tiers) your club/team wants to participate in (Power League, Area League or Non-League). Each league varies in payment price. League Fees & NCVA Fee Analysis – The fees through the individual club are divided up according to gym rentals, equipment, uniforms, club director & coach’s salaries, tournament fees, travel, etc.

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      How do I register my daughter/son to become a NCVA member?

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      Players are required to register online before participating in any tryout, clinic, practice, tournament, etc. All members are required to register online via the NCVA website. During registration, you will have the opportunity to select the membership type that you would like to register for. (i.e. tryout membership – $15, full membership – $60, etc.) We encourage parents to become members as well. This will ensure that you receive all pertinent information about the club season and that you stay up to date on all information also sent to the club. If you need assistance with either process, please contact the NCVA by email, vball@ncva.com or by phone (415) 550-7582.

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      Do the club directors, coaches and staff of the club team receive background checks?

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      Yes, anyone that is affiliated with the club must have their background check cleared every two years. This is the policy of our organization that any member, who participates with junior members in any capacity, including supervisory personnel, club directors, team representatives, coaches, chaperones, and trainers, shall submit to a background screen immediately upon application for registration and every two years thereafter so long as that individual is a registered member. USAV/NCVA has one of the best/outstanding background screening processes in the industry. The list of what we check for is one of the most comprehensive. Other organizations may do spot background checks but the question to ask is what the screening company check for? Does the company check on the important items that will affect my child? In most cases, the answer to this question will be no. However, this is not the case with the USAV/NCVA background screening. Our main concern is to protect your child to the best of our ability. If you as a parent are ever in question if any one mentioned above has not been background checked please email the NCVA Office (vball@ncva.com) with the full name and the club affiliation, so we can check to make sure. Please also include your contact information.

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    • Q:

      How does the NCVA go about renting facilities for tournaments?

      A:

      The NCVA over the years has developed relationships with many Athletic Directors, Junior High & High School contacts, as well as Colleges and Recreation Centers throughout our region. It does take a large commitment from the site contact to allow the NCVA to hold events at their sites. We appreciate and applaud them. While we work with our contacts we always know that the school has the last say on when and how a site can be used and school activities always come first to them. Translation = the NCVA can be bumped at anytime for any reason no matter how long we have had the reservation.

      We are always looking for new sites (relationships) – (Facilities Rental Form) that fit the needs of our participants, especially in the areas that we are lacking sites. Club Directors and site contacts often use these events as fund raisers for their club or school teams.

      Our facility standards are set by the USAV Indoor Volleyball Domestic Competition Regulations. While the NCVA has the safety of the participants and their fan base as a high priority we must rely on the tournament director/site contacts to meet the standards set forth in their contract and inform the office of any infractions appointed in the contract.

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    • Q:

      How does College scouting at Nationals Work?

      A:

      The Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA), is contracted with “University Athlete” to supply information to college scouts in attendance at various events. Only information for athletes ages 15-18 are provided, per NCAA recruiting policies. The information provided comes from Advanced Event Systems, the tournament registration system (www.advancedeventsystems.com) as this information is entered by the Club Director or his/her designee, NCVA cannot be responsible for its accuracy.

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    • Q:

      Can I bring my own chair to a tournament at a convention center?

      A:

      The NCVA does not allow outside chairs due to the spacing requirements inside the venues. The NCVA provides chairs around each court. Allowing outside chairs causes for more congestion and extra hazards on the floor, and is prohibited due to safety issues as well as potential damages done to the floors as well.

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      Can I bring food inside to my players?

      A:

      No outside food is ever permitted in the venues, be it a High School, a college sport facility or a convention center. The contracts that are signed with the venues include a clause that gives the venue exclusive rights to all food and drink provided in the venue, this clause is non-negotiable with all venues. We do ask that the food vendors supply healthier food options for the athletes and their families, but ultimately it is their prerogative on what is served. Coolers are not allowed in any of the venues. This, like outside chairs, is due to safety concerns such as creating too many obstacles on the floor as well as unattended coolers suggest public safety concerns.

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    • Q:

      How do I get a refund for my membership?

      A:

      The NCVA has a strict no refund policy in regards to memberships. If you are not sure that your child will play for a certain team then we encourage you to purchase a tryout membership at $15 that is only valid for tryouts, but protects you from paying the full $60 fee if you decide not to play that season. The $15 however does not apply to the full membership, so you must purchase a $60 membership as soon as you commit to a team.

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    • Q:

      Who do I contact when I want to know about facilities locations, posting of results and/or points?

      A:

      This information can be found on the NCVA website. To view this information go to the menu for the Division you want to look up (Girls/Boys) then choose the league and then Teams in Events, Results, etc.

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      Where do I find the locations of the tournament results and points for my team?

      A:

      Please refer to the NCVA website. Under each division header – Girls/Boys – you will find links to all of our leagues (Power League, Area League and Non League). Choose the league you want to find information for. Then, select results or points. This will take you to the page where you can choose your age division and look at your player’s results and points. You can also click on Teams to see where your team will be playing in the upcoming tournaments. Typically results and points will be posted on the website before noon on Wednesdays following the tournament weekend.

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    • Q:

      Why does the NCVA have a difficult time finding some sites for certain weekends?

      A:

      The NCVA works around the clock trying to find sites where our teams can play. We have a difficult time finding sites because sites will cancel on us for numerous amounts of reasons, or we cannot use a site because from the previous weekend the site was vandalized by our members. These are ongoing issues that the NCVA tries to avoid, but we need the help of our members to ensure we have enough sites for our tournaments. Generally, we get help from people like you. If you know of any sites, please contact the NCVA Office to see if the site can help accommodate our teams.

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    • Q:

      Where do your NCVA Officials come from? And what training do they, or have they received?

      A:

      The NCVA is always recruiting officials for our club season, with many coming from other sports and a few from our volleyball ranks. We attend job fairs for officials as well as recruiting at local college fairs looking for people with schedules that meet the needs of the NCVA volleyball seasons.

      The NCVA assigns officials to different High School Leagues and Colleges during their respective seasons trying to keep our officials active during the club off season.

      The NCVA requires all officials to attend a rules clinic every season to go over any rule changes while sharpening those that have not been working during the High School/College seasons. The NCVA has implemented a full day Symposium for prospective officials just before the California Kickoff and then uses the California Kickoff as a training ground for the new officials pairing them up with mentors to bring them up to speed in volleyball.

      It surprises us that year after year young people leave the NCVA player ranks with knowledge of the game, some exhibiting very competent officiating skills from years of club play and yet not putting it to work for themselves. Many of the High School and college seasons have schedules that meet the needs of students with flexible days and times for scheduled games. They could go to work anywhere that there is volleyball happening, but we would love to have them in the ranks of the NCVA Officials.

      Testimonials:

      Kylie Nuckols is a graduate of UC Davis and is now studying in Beverly Hills with ambitions of working in the Plastic Surgery field, this is her story; I was a volleyball player in both High school and club and after graduation I needed a job. Volleyball was a natural fit in my busy school schedule and easy for me since I already had knowledge of the game. I continued to ref through all my college years, starting first with middle school and high school levels and then through the various levels of club. I eventually moved up to collegiate volleyball games and assisted the NCVA Officials Division in training new officials. Volleyball officiating was always flexible and a fun job that earned me extra money through my years as a student.

      Caitlin Parker

      I am currently a student and volleyball player at California Baptist University majoring in Sociology. I plan to be a counselor in the future after I complete grad school. I started playing volleyball in the NCVA at the age of 11. Volleyball quickly became my passion. I played in high school, club, and continued on to play in college. My freshman year of college I need some extra money, even though I already had a job. My Dad, Bob Parker, was planning to ref that year and convinced me to join him. It proved to be a great decision. The NCVA was very flexible with my schedule and as a broke college student the extra money really helped. More than that, I gained better knowledge of the game which has helped me as a player and coach. It was also a fun activity I shared with my Dad that have created some amazing memories. I moved down to Southern California to finish my college volleyball career. After 3 years of being a student, player, and coach I have decided to continue officiating. As of Dec. 2007 my volleyball career is over, but I am so grateful I can continue my involvement with the sport I love through officiating. A side note Caitlin finished her college career at CBU with a tough loss in the NAIA National Championships to No. 1 ranked Fresno Pacific College

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    Register as a Member


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    The links provided below are for the 2014-2015 season

     

     

    Prior to registering for the 2014-2015 season, please note the following items:

    • If registering a junior player, you must be the parent/legal guardian of the minor who will be participating
    • If registering a junior player, please put the player’s name and date of birth when asked for the Member Information
    • Please use member’s legal name (Do not use Liz instead of Elizabeth or Bobby instead of Robert)
    • All participants must be registered online prior to attending any tryout, practice or sanctioned event

     

    • Once a registration is accepted, it is non-refundable, non-transferable.
    • If you choose to register for a tryout membership, the cost of that membership is not applicable towards a full membership.

    New Member Registration
    I have never participated in a club program with the NCVA

    Renewing Member Registration
    I have participated in a club with NCVA in the past

    Help! I am having trouble with registration

     

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