Saturday, December 22nd - Reverse Coed 4's Tournament
2:30 PM - 6:30 PM @ Dive Volleyball
$60 per pair if registered by 12/14
$70 per pair until 12/20
$75 for day-of and walk-up registrations (if room)
Intermediate/Advanced - first 30 pairs
What is rotating pairs? You stick with your COED teammate throughout the whole day, but you will play with & against every pair in your pool.
You will be playing 4v4 every game (2m/2f per side).
Each pair will be assigned to a net of 4 other pairs. After each pair has played through the pool (with and against the other 4 pairs), all pairs will be re-assigned a new net based on their performance. At this point, each net will have a new pool of 5. The top pair from each pool will be crowned a champion of their division!
Skill level range from B to A.
Any contact with the net (including tape) while making a play on the ball is a fault and a point for the other team.
Foot faults will be enforced. Please call them on yourselves or have your teammates enforce them.
For hand sets, both indoor sets and outdoor "drop" sets are allowed. For the outdoor sets, they must come out "clean". The set may not drop more than a ball's length and must come out of the player's hands with no side spin and less than 2 rotations.
Open hand tips are NOT allowed.
You may set over the net only if the player's shoulders are parallel to the volleyball net. Side sets and bad sets that "accidentally" go over the net will be awarded a point to the other team.
Players are allowed to land on the center line (the purple line directly underneath the net) while blocking or attacking, but if at least one foot completely crosses it, it is a fault and a point for the other team.
The ball is out of play when the ball touches any wall, banner, side-net or any of the ref stand. Play will continue if the ball touches the ceiling, but does not cross over the net before another player touch.
Players are allowed to receive a serve and the first ball over with open hands. They are also allowed to double/lift this first hit as well (per indoor volleyball rules).
Games will be played to 25, rally-scoring. If needed, win by 2 or first to 27 wins the game.
There are NO referees provided for this tournament. We will be there to help clarify any rule questions and settle any discrepancies. This tournament is for people that can act like adults - if you can't obey and enforce your own calls, please do not waste your time on signing up for this tournament.
Registration is now open!
Expect to play at least 8 games and the tournament will last 4 hours.