USA VOLLEYBALL JUNIOR PLAYER AGE DEFINITION
For use during the 2017-2018 Season
Once a player participates (including but not limited to practicing, training, attending workouts and/or competing) in a club or varsity program for any university, college, community college, or junior college, he/she is ineligible to take part in any regional and national programming, which includes but is not limited to national JNC qualifying and championship events.
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As a parent of a club volleyball player, I can tell you firsthand that the annual event called Tryouts is one of the most emotionally-taxing, logistically challenging and often complicated processes that my family has faced. I think many of you might agree, so I thought I’d write a series of posts to help out new and seasoned volleyball parents alike. By the way, as a new club director in the highly-competitive Northern California region, I can also say that all or most clubs have the best intentions. We are all trying to attract strong athletes and put together the best possible teams. We don’t put together clubs to create heartache or become millionaires.
This first post is about the pre-tryout and registration process.
Here are 7 tips to think about as you are planning-
Remember, at the end of the day, it is about your athlete and ensuring that she has the best experience possible. The more relaxed and informed you are about the process, the more relaxed your athlete will be.
Hope this helps.
Tom Wong, Executive Director & Volleyball Parent