Its All About the Stars!
Girls club membership fees are 11 - $550, 12 - $800, 13 - $900, 14 - $900, 15 - $950 and 16 - $950. for girls.
Boys Club membership fees are 14 - $700 for boys.
That includes: equipment, uniforms, USA volleyball registration, regional tournament entry fees, insurance, coach's stipend, practice expenses and other cost of administration. Players provider their own volleyball approved shoes, knee pads and water bottles. A player cannot wear jewelry, watches, or any other hard object including a plastic cast or splint. Absolutely no gum is allowed at practice or competition. Players will be given the opportunity to purchase other club items such as club bags, sweat shirts or other..
Our girls teams compete in 9 play dates (8-9 tournaments) with our 15 and 16s also competing in the Badger Power League. The 11s participate in 5-6 tournaments. The Boys compete in between 6 - 8 dates. If a team wishes to participate in additional tournaments/nationals players may be charged an additional fee.
Each participant will pay their club fees by early January.
Each participate will purchase a club specified volleyball to be used by the team during practice and tournaments. The ball is to carried by the player to/from practice and tournaments. The player will keep their balls at the end of the season.
Additional expenses are based upon our own travel costs to and from tournaments and the possibility of out-of-state tournament entries, which depends on a vote of the team parents.
A minimum of eight (8) players must commit for a team to participate in out-of-state tournaments.
Score Keeping/Refereeing Clinic
All players are required to attend a scorekeeping and a referee clinic--time and date to be announced. If players don't attend this clinic, they will be required to go to a clinic some place else at the expense of player or player's legal guardian.
Tournament and Practice Informatin
USA Volleyball Junior Olympics competitions are generally held on a Saturday or Sunday with all-day tournaments. Round robin play begins about 8:00 a.m., single elimination play for the top finishers begins in the late afternoon and finals are in the early evening. Before leaving a tournament site, it is absolutely necessary to clean up our area. Tournament Directors will fine teams for messes left behind. Any fines will be passed on to team members and their parents.
Updated schedules for this season's competition are made available to each player from their coach. STARTING TIME FOR A TOURNAMENT CAN COME AS LATE AS THE DAY BEFORE THE EVENT. Any changes or updates will be relayed to the players by the team's coach.
When inclement weather threatens a trip, the decision to travel will be made by the coach and directors who will notify the team as soon as possible.
It is important to arrive at practice early so that you can get your shoes and knee pads on, help set up the nets and be ready to start on time. Each coach may have additional practice rules; be sure to adhere to them.
Players are expected to make a commitment to attend practices and competitions as scheduled by the coaching staff. If a player is sick, she needs to contact the coach to explain her absence. If there is an unexcused absence (i.e. no notification or not showing up) or several missed practices, the player can expect reduced playing time.
Families are required to provide all transportation.