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Volleyball East Tournament Information

Volleyball East tournaments are sanctioned under AAU (Amateur Athletic Union). 
For information about AAU or to register a player or club under AAU, you can go to www.aausports.org
For specific volleyball information and events, go to www.aauvolleyball.org.
Middle Atlantic Volleyball Website: www.majvb.com.


Standard Tournament Fees: $220.00 per team, per day event
   Volleyball Corner Events: $240.00 per team/day

Registration:
To registration for an event, download or copy the registration form and fill out the form with team and player information, and send the form with a check to the address on the form.  Each team and tournament should have its own registration form and payment.  It is recommended to keep every entry separate but if you want to write less checks, you can group the teams together if they are playing the same day.  Teams will not be entered without both the registration form and payment.

Tournament Information:
Start Times will vary based on location and the number of teams in the event, usually 8:30am or 9:00am.  However, doors only open 30 minutes before the event is scheduled to start.  Do not expect to get in earlier than scheduled even with cold weather.

Tournament Locations Vary on event, all addresses are posted with each tournament link and on each schedule.  Please make sure you know where you are going before the day of the event.  All be considerate of parking, the larger the event, the less parking that may be available.

Schedules will be posted the Wednesday evening before each weekend's tournaments.

COACHES: Coaches need to provide their own first aid kits at tournaments.  The tournament sites are not expected to provide first aid to injured players.  This includes athletic tape, prewrap, instant ice packs, bandaids, antiseptic, etc.

 

Uniforms:
AAU does follow the rules of USA Volleyball.  Libero Jerseys need to be a contrasting color and design of the team jersey,  That means the jersey needs to be contrasting and different color(s) to the team jersey. (Similar color tones are not contrasting, ex. black/maroon/navy/forest green or light pink/white/yellow.)  If you have questions about jerseys or libero rules, please look at the following link. 0 & 00 are not legal jersey numbers in USA or AAU.
AAU Jersey/Libero Rules

Tournament Paperwork:
AAU Scoresheets, Libero Sheets, Lineup Sheets can be found at this link: 
AAU Scorekeeping Paperwork

Updated Game Rules:
Centerline and Net Touch Rules (Added 12/09)
(a) Encroachment into the opponent’s court with any part(s) of the body is permitted, provided some part of the body remains either in contact with or directly above the centerline, and there is no interference with opponents. Completely crossing the centerline with the foot, feet, or hands, or encroachment with other body parts must not present a safety hazard to opponents. (Updated 9/14)

b) Contact with the net by a player between the antennae, during the action of playing the ball, is a fault. The action of playing the ball includes (among others) take-off, hit (or attempt) and landing. (Updated 10/15)
(c) Players may touch the post, ropes or any other object outside the antenna, including the net itself, provided that it does not interfere with play.
(d) A player interferes with play by (amongst others) touching the net between the antennae or the antenna itself during action of playing the ball, using the net between the antennae as a support or stabilizing aid, creating an unfair advantage over the opponent by touching the net, making actions which hinder an opponent’s legitimate attempt to play the ball, or catching/holding onto the net. Players close to the ball as it is played, or who are trying to play it, are considered in the action of playing the ball, even if no contact is made with the ball. However, touching the net outside the antenna is not to be considered a fault. (Updated 10/15)

(**A player can cross the centerline only if part of the body is still on their team side and does not encroach another player.  At no time can a player contact any part of the net between the antennae or interfere with a player on the other team.)
 

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    Kristin Helm
    726 Anderson Ferry Rd
    Mount Joy, PA 17552
    volleyballeast@comcast.net