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Fall Sand Volleyball

League Fee: $40/player

Spots are limited and reserved on a first come first serve basis. Please register ASAP

-  Due to decreasing daylight and temperature changes, all teams will play a minimum of 6 regular season games and play in a single elimination tournament following the regular season.

-  Registration Fee: $40

-   League Dates:

o   Regular Season: September 23 /24 -  October 14/15.

o   Tournament: October 21/22 - October 28/29.

-  Once we see the number of teams registered we will make a decision on whether league will be played on Wednesday or Thursday nights.


All divisions are COED and play on our sand volleyball courts here at the Blankenbaker campus.

We welcome full teams and free agents. At the discretion of the league, free agents may be added to any team.


Team Challenge Week ONE Team Challenge Week TWO
Team Challenge Week THREE Team Challenge Week FOUR
Team Challenge Week FIVE



Wednesday evening divisions:

COED 4's | SEMI COMPETITIVE

COED 4's | COMPETITIVE


Thursday evening divisions:

COED 6's | RECREATIONAL

COED 6's | INTERMEDIATE

COED 6's | SEMI COMPETITIVE


DIVISION BREAK DOWN

Recreational 6's):

A recreational team is a beginner team or a team just wanting to have fun playing the game. A recreational team should know the basics of volleyball, but the team is just beginning to bump, set, and maybe hit. If the team aims to get the ball over on hit 1 or maybe even 2, recreational play is your best option. Recreational teams may have 1-2 beginners.

Intermediate (6's):

An intermediate team is still in the early learning stages of the game but knows the skills. An intermediate player knows how to bump, set (a little), and possibly hit/spike. But an intermediate team has a lot of practice yet to go to be able to do these skills consistently. An intermediate team makes mistakes often but can bump-set-hit regularly.

Semi-Competitive (4's & 6's):

A semi competitive team knows where to be on the court when plays are developing. The team knows where to be when the opponent is hitting. A semi competitive team knows how to approach hitting effectively. The team consistently will bump and pass balls to set up for the spike.

Competitive (4's):

A competitive team knows all the skills extremely well but cannot always execute the super- high level plays extremely effectively all the time. Competitive teams can run combination plays in a basic way if passes are good. That includes hitting effectively from right side, middle or left side, and back row hitting. Blocking effectively is an important part of their game and also cuts down from players getting injured from strong aggressive hitters. Bump/set/spikes occur regularly.


Rules & Procedures

League Contact: Harrison Dale hdale@secc.org



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