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2 Table of Contents Section 1: Administration... 3 Staff, Membership, Insurance... 3 Merchandise, Equipment, Bylaws and Policies, Hotels Section 2: Early Development Programs... 6 Atomic Volley, Mini Volleyball Section 3: High Performance Program....7 High Performance Program Mission Statement, Sask Summer Games and Provincial Teams Section 4: Volleyball Clubs How to get started, hosting a tournament, club listing Section 5: Age Class Program... 9 Overage Athletes and Start Date...9 Eligibility, Summary of Fees, Registration Procedure, Form a Team, Athlete Recruitment/Transfer Rules Tournament Registration Procedure, Provincial Registration, Frozen Rosters SUBWAY Sask Cups and Conexus Provincials Schedules Female Age Class Programs U Women U Women U Women U Women U Women U Women Male Age Class Programs U Men U Men U Men Coaching Certification for Age Class Coaches Membership Assistance Program Grants (MAP) Section 6: Volleyball for Adults Section 7: Beach Volleyball Section 8: Indoor National Championships Section 9: Sask Volleyball Referees Board of Referees Referee Rate Schedule Section 10: Registration Procedures Section 11: Appendices Appendix A: Points System Appendix B: Over-Age Athlete Request Form Appendix C: Athlete Request for Multiple Teams Page

3 Staff Regina Office 1750 McAra Street Regina, SK S4N 6L4 Main Line Fax Aaron Demyen, Executive Director Phone: Responsibilities: Strategy, Board Governance, Human Resources, Revenue Generation, Special Events, Aboriginal Development. Cara Orr, Program Manager Phone: Responsibilities: Program Management, Club, Awards, Event Sanctioning, Beach Development. Tom Ash, Program Coordinator Phone: Responsibilities: Youth Development Volleyball, 13U-14U Club, Saskapalooza. Don Laing, Coaching Pathway Coordinator Phone: Responsibilities: Coach Mentorship, Coach Evaluation, Coach Evaluator Training, Coach Facilitator Training. Dennis Pomeroy, Officials Development Coordinator Phone: Responsibilities: Official Training, Official Mentorship, Official Evaluation. Marcus Richards, Administrator Phone: Responsibilities: Financial Management, Online Registration, Office Operations. Britt Marshall, Women s High Performance Coach Phone: Responsibilities: Women Athlete Development, Women Indoor Provincial Teams, Marketing and Communications. Saskatoon Office 510 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K7 Main Line Myron Mehler, Technical Director Phone: Responsibilities: Manages High Performance Program, Coaching Development, LTAD. Joel Dyck, Men s High Performance Coach Phone: Responsibilities: Men Athlete Development, Men Indoor Provincial Teams. 3 Page

4 Memberships Membership Fees (all prices include GST): Competitive Athlete + Coach $84.00 (VC$26.00, Sask Volleyball $58.00) This fee applies to ANY individual who would be on the bench or court at ANY tournament Associate Member $84.00 (VC$26.00, Sask Volleyball $58.00) College/University Athletes +Coaches $58.00 Mini and Atomic $8.00 (VC$3.00, Sask Volleyball $5.00) Indoor Recreation Player $8.00 (VC$3.00, Sask Volleyball $5.00) Beach Player $8.00 (VC$3.00, Sask Volleyball $5.00) First Nations Winter Games $100.00/team Referees o Novice $20.00 o Local $42.00 (Volleyball Canada $26.00, Sask Volleyball $16.00) o Provincial $47.00 (Volleyball Canada $26.00, Sask Volleyball $21.00) o Regional $83.00 (Volleyball Canada $61.00, Sask Volleyball $22.00) o National $94.00 (Volleyball Canada $71.00, Sask Volleyball $23.00) o International $ (Volleyball Canada $76.00, Sask Volleyball $29.00) Insurance Policy By registering with Sask Volleyball, a team/club s training and competitive activities are covered under Sask Volleyball insurance policy. Sask Volleyball will also sanction tournament competitions for member teams providing a request for sanction has been received by Sask Volleyball in advance of the tournament or event from the tournament host. Teams hosting tryouts, tournaments, competitions, clinics, or camps should contact Sask Volleyball office for information on Sask Volleyball Event Sanctioning Policy. Coverage under this policy coinciding with Sask Volleyball year-end of August 31. Members can request a copy of the Sask Volleyball Insurance Policy by at To sanction an event click here to fill out the form on the VRS. T o report a claim under the Sport Accident Policy, contact: Sask Volleyball 1750 McAra Street Regina, SK S4N 6L4 Tel: Fax: Page

5 Merchandise and Equipment Mikasa Sports Canada is the official Indoor, Outdoor and Beach volleyball supplier for Sask Volleyball. The MVA200 is the official ball for 14-18U Men and 15-18U Women. The VUL500 is the official ball for 13-14U Women. Sask Volleyball has many volleyball items and supplies available, including used balls, rulebooks, scoresheets, and lineup cards. Please contact Sask Volleyball office at for more information on obtaining these products. Bylaws and Policies For full details on Sask Volleyball Bylaws and Policies please visit: Hotels Sask Volleyball has partnered with HTG Sports to secure Hotel Room Blocks for all Sask Volleyball tournaments, including IHG the official hotel chain of Volleyball Canada. To book hotels for SUBWAY Sask Cups and Conexus Provincial events please visit: Only teams using these Hotel Room Blocks will be eligible to pay the lower Visiting Team fee for each event. 5 Page

6 Section 2: Early Development Programs Mini-Volley (K - Grade 3; ages 5-9 years) Mini-Volley is an activity-based approach to initiate children to the game of volleyball. It is a modified version of the traditional game that aims to introduce the game in a fun, interesting, and easy to implement manner. Mini-Volley uses play experiences to help children learn the basic game tactics, technical skills, and rules. It is ideal for Grades K-3, but can also be used with older children or those with special needs. For more information about the program or to schedule a Coaching Clinic for your club/community/school, contact Tom Ash at or Atomic Volleyball (Grade 3-7; ages 9-12 years) Atomic Volleyball is a program designed for youth aged 9-12 years old, but can include younger or older athletes as their skills dictate. The program provides a foundation that enables youth to participate in community recreation and competitive club programs. Atomic volleyball is designed as an 8 10 session program with each session being hours in length. During the training sessions, athletes are taught fundamental skills (fore arm passing; overhead passing; serving; attacking; blocking). Included in each training session is game play using a 4 v.s. 4 format. Atomic Volleyball stresses FUN, FAIRPLAY, and PARTICIPATION by increasing the number of ball contacts per player, creating longer and more successful rallies. For more information about the program or to schedule an Instructor Clinic for your club/community/school, contact Tom Ash at or 6 Page

7 Section 3: Sask Volleyball High Performance Programs The purpose of Sask Volleyball s High Performance programs is to provide opportunities to athletes and coaches from across Saskatchewan to represent the province on Provincial Teams, Post-Secondary, and National Teams. For Program, ID Camp, and Tournament Details please visit: 7 Page

8 Section 4: Volleyball Clubs For club governance information/hosting a tournament/etc please visit: For a list of teams and tryouts in the province please visit: 8 Page

9 Section 5: Age Class Program In cooperation with Volleyball Canada, Sask Volleyball offers Volleyball Athlete Development Programs for young women and men in nine different age categories. Every team that registers is eligible to compete at the Provincial Championships provided they have played in the minimum number of tournaments for that age-class. All teams that play in a Provincial Championship are eligible to compete at a National Championship for the same age-class. Age Category Net Height Athletes Born in: Women Men 13 & Under Sep 1/02 and later & Under Sep 1/01 and later & Under Sep 1/00 and later & Under Sep 1/99 and later & Under Sep 1/98 and later & Under Jan 1/97 and later (+1 st time Grade 12) & Under Jan 1/95 and later Overage Athletes For 13-17U teams, each age-class will be expanded to include athletes born between September 1- December 31 of the previous year. For example, athletes born between September 1, 1999 and December 31, 1999 may participate at the 16U age-class. For 18U teams only, athletes born between September 1, 1997 and December 31, 1997 and are in Grade 12 for the academic year for the first time are eligible to compete as an Overage Athlete, provided they have not been held back a year at any time during their schooling. Start Date Sanctioned team tryouts may be held starting November 29 th. To submit a complete a Sanction Form on the VRS visit: All team practices may not start until December 1 st, 2015 and after your team has registered with Sask Volleyball for the Season. Team and Tournament Registration will open on Tuesday, December 1 st, 2015 on the VRS. To register please visit: 9 Page

10 Eligibility Coaches are responsible for ensuring that teams comply with Sask Volleyball and Volleyball Canada eligibility criteria for the registration of teams. Proof of age will be required at Provincials. One of Birth Certificate, Drivers License, or Health Card will need to be shown as identification at Team Check-In. Coaches are asked to please have ALL PROOFS photocopied on a single sheet of paper which can easily be checked at registration check in prior to their first match. The sheet will be returned to the coach, Sask Volleyball will not retain any identification documentation. Summary of Fees A $50 Event Sanctioning fee must be paid for all tryouts prior to team registration. Registration fees of $84 per individual (all athletes and coaches who may be on the bench) MUST be paid prior to a team s first practice to qualify for insurance. Should a team be sanctioned, a $100 Team Performance charge will be issued and collected before the team will be permitted to continue participation. Team Registration Procedure Registration will be done online at the Volleyball Registration System (VRS): Team registration for the Age-Class Indoor Season will be available beginning December 1 st, All try-outs and training must be sanctioned by Sask Volleyball to ensure that insurance requirements are met. The Event Sanctioning form is available on the VRS here: Forming a Team Groups of 8 to 15 athletes and up to 4 coaching staff may register as a team in the appropriate age category. Coaches may only be listed as head coach on 1 team in each age category. If you are head coaching more than 1 team in multiple age groups, and the teams compete on the same weekend, you may only head coach 1 team that weekend. Athlete Recruitment/Transfer Policy All athletes are free agents as of September 1, 2015, and remain as such until they register as a member with Sask Volleyball for the Indoor Season. Once a player has completed the registration process with a team, a player may not transfer without the consent of Sask Volleyball. When transfer consent is given, a transfer date will be stated as to when it will be effective, at a minimum of seven days after application. To transfer, a player must meet the following requirements: Provide a written request to Sask Volleyball stating the reasons for the transfer. 10 Page

11 Obtain a written release from the club or team the player wishes to leave. A release may not be held unreasonably. If a club or team refuses to provide a written release, Sask Volleyball will determine whether the transfer is allowed. No transfers will be allowed after the Roster Freeze deadline. Rules Rules for the Age Class Season comply with current Official Volleyball Canada Rules unless otherwise stated with respect to each age category. Rulebooks can be purchased from Sask Volleyball office. Rule Changes for Overage Policy (see Page 9) 11.3 CONTACT WITH THE NET 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 PLAYER S FAULTS AT THE NET A player interferes with play by (amongst others): - Touching the net between the antennae or the antennae itself during his/her 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 - Catching/ holding 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 (except for Rule 9.1.3) The Volleyball Canada 14U Fair Play Rule has been modified but is not in the Rulebook. The new rule for 14U Fair Play reads as follows: - Volleyball Canada 14U and younger competitions Fair Play rules apply, in which all players listed on the score sheet must start the first or second set. In the first two sets no substitutions may take place before one team has scored 15 points. If a player becomes injured/ill before one team has scored 15 points, an Exceptional Substitution may be made. The injured/ill player may not return to the same set, but may return to play in subsequent sets in the match. If the player becomes ill/injured in the 1 st set, the ill/injured player may not start the 2 nd set, but may enter as a substitute after 15 points have been scored. If a third set is necessary, any line up can be used. Communication Devices: The use of cell phones or tripods on the bench is not permitted. If it is noticed that a team is using communication devices a reminder should be given to the team that it is not permitted and a comment written in the Remarks section of the score sheet. Sask Volleyball will be using the Volleyball Canada Concussion Policy and Protocol at Sask Cups and Provincial Championships. An Athletic Therapist will be present at all Provincial Championships. 11 Page

12 Tournament Registration Procedure Registration for SUBWAY Sask Cups and Conexus Provincial Volleyball Championships will be done online through the VRS. Teams will only be allowed to register for tournaments after they have completed the membership registration (including payment). Click here to register: Note: Sask Volleyball will no longer charge Admissions at SUBWAY Sask Cups or Conexus Provincials effective the 2016 season. The equivalent amount previously collected from Admissions will instead be added to Team Registration Fees for tournaments. As well, Local Teams will pay a slightly higher Registration Fee than Visiting Teams at tournaments (see Page 13). Only teams using the approved Hotel Room Block are eligible to pay the Visiting Fee (see Page 5 for Hotel info). Conexus Provincial Volleyball Championship Registration The deadline to register for all Conexus Provincials will be March 24 th, Teams may play up an agegroup in Conexus Provincials, providing they also play in their own age-group and they meet the minimum number of tournaments played requirement for both events. Teams planning on participating in the National Championships for an age category MUST play in Conexus Provincials for that age category if it is offered. Conexus Provincials will/may be held on Friday nights through Sundays. Frozen Rosters The deadline for all Conexus Provincials Frozen Rosters will be Monday, April 4 th, Teams may not adjust their rosters after this date. 12 Page

13 SUBWAY Sask Cups and Conexus Provincial Volleyball Championships CATEGORY TOURNAMENT DEADLINE LOCATION LOCAL FEE VISITING FEE* 13U Women 14U Women 14U Men 15U Women 16U Women 16U Men 17-18U Women 18U Men SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Jan Jan 8 Yorkton $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Feb Jan 29 Regina $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 Mar Feb 19 Prince Albert $650 $550 Conexus Provincials Apr Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Feb 6-7 Jan 8 Saskatoon/Warman $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Feb Jan 29 Yorkton $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 Mar Feb 19 North Battleford $650 $550 Conexus Provincials Apr Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Feb Jan 29 Saskatoon $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Apr 2-3 Mar 4 Prince Albert $650 $550 Conexus Provincials Apr Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Jan Jan 8 Saskatoon $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Mar 5-6 Feb 5 Saskatoon/Warman $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 Apr 2-3 Mar 4 Lloydminster $650 $550 Conexus Provincials April 29-May 1 Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Feb 6-7 Jan 8 Saskatoon/Warman $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Mar Feb 12 Lloydminster $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 Apr 2-3 Mar 4 Regina $650 $550 Conexus Provincials Apr 29-May 1 Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Mar 5-6 Feb 12 Moose Jaw $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Apr 2-3 Mar 4 Prince Albert $650 $550 Conexus Provincials April 29-May 1 Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Jan Jan 8 Saskatoon $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Feb Jan 29 Saskatoon $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 Mar Feb 19 Regina $650 $550 Conexus Provincials April Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 Mar 5-6 Feb 5 Swift Current $650 $550 SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 Apr 2-3 Mar 4 Prince Albert $650 $550 Conexus Provincials Apr Mar 15 Saskatoon/Warman $800 $700 All fees are subject to GST. * Note: Sask Volleyball will no longer charge Admissions at SUBWAY Sask Cups or Conexus Provincials effective the 2016 season. The equivalent net amount previously collected from Admissions will instead be added to Team Registration Fees for tournaments. As well, Local Teams will pay a slightly higher Registration Fee than Visiting Teams at tournaments. Only teams using the approved Hotel Room Block are eligible to pay the Visiting Fee (see Page 5 for Hotel info). To access the Hotel Room Block page please visit: 13 Page

14 Female Age Class Programs 13U Women LTAD Stage: Training to Train A Principle Focus: Builds the engine and consolidates sports skills. Go to training-to-train-a for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, with one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Conexus Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Conexus Provincials. b) The Mikasa VUL500 Training Series will be the official competition ball for this age class. c) Head Coaches must be certified Level 1 in Volleyball at the time of registration. First time coaches will be given a one year grace period to complete their Level 1. d) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) For SUBWAY Sask Cup and Conexus Provincials at the 13U Women level, the Triple Ball format will be used for the competitions. See Sask Volleyball website for the Volleyball Canada rationale behind the Triple Ball format. b) There will be no specialization of positions, i. e., No switching to a different position from your service order. Whoever happens to be in position #3 (or position #2) in your service reception will be the designated setter for that rotation. Seeding In order to comply with the principles within the Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) Model, we will not be awarding points at any tournaments for athletes in the 13U age group. During competitions, athletes may plan to win and do their best, but the major focus of training is on learning basic volleyball skills and tactics and successfully applying those skills and tactics in competitive situations as opposed to actual competition success (Volleyball For Life, 2006, pg.17) For the Provincial Championships, a re-pool system will be in effect, as there will be no basis for seeding. Triple Ball is the official competition format for all 13U age competitions. In Saskatchewan, Triple Ball will be played during SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 in the 14U age category ONLY if a 13U age category does not exist. Triple Ball Overview Triple Ball is the official competition format for all 13U age competitions. In Saskatchewan, Triple Ball will be played during SaskCup #1 in the 14U age category when a 13U age category does not exist. The goals of Triple Ball are to promote better skill development, participation, meaningful competition, and fun. Standard Volleyball rules (6 on 6) apply with the following modifications: Triple Ball Sequence: a) The game follows a sequence of three rallies (served ball, tossed ball 1, and tossed ball 2). 1st rally introduced by the server 2nd rally introduced by a tossed ball directed to the RECEIVING team 3rd rally introduced by a tossed ball directed to the SERVING team b) The service alternates between teams after EACH three-ball sequence. Each server only serves once before they rotate. 14 Page

15 Rotation and Substitution: Everyone gets to play. The following Fair Play substitution rules apply to Triple Ball: a) All athletes will start in either the 1 st OR 2 nd set. b) There is NO specialization for positions. Players are not allowed to switch positions during the rally. For example, a player who is in position four (4) will play left front for the entire rally. c) The coach must identify on the score sheet where the designated setter will be positioned. Either in Position 2 (right front) or Position 3 (middle front). Sask Cups - Round Robin Play Sask Cups Playoffs and Provincial Championships d) ALL 3 sets are played d) Best 2 of 3 sets are played e) Substitutions ONLY occur in the event of an injury. e) Substitutions MAY occur once one team has reached 15 points, OR in the event of an injury. f) Athletes who did not start the 3 rd set WILL be substituted into the game after teams switch sides 8 pts.). f) Athletes who did not start the 3 rd set MAY be substituted into the game at any time during the set. Scoring: a) Every ball introduced (served or tossed) is worth one (1) point. b) The first two (2) sets in a match are played to 25 points, the third to 15 points. Guidelines for Tossers: a) A coach, assistant coach or a competent volunteer can toss the ball to their team and can step into the court to do so. The tosser will immediately move off the court after the toss. b) Balls are tossed underhand, with two hands and little to no spin, above the height of the antennae to allow athletes time to play the ball. c) The ball will always be tossed directly to the athlete in position six (6), otherwise a replay will occur. d) The ball will be tossed once the front row players are at the net (ready to transition) and all athletes have been verbally told that the ball is being introduced, Ball in!. e) Athletes must play the tossed ball with a forearm pass, otherwise a replay will occur. f) Athletes cannot intentionally send the tossed ball over the net, otherwise a replay will occur. Time Out a) Requests for time-outs must be made before the introduction of a serve. Triple Ball Team Rosters a) Minimum of 8 players, maximum of 15 players. 15 Page

16 b) If a team does not show up with 8 players, they will be permitted to play all assigned pool play matches, however, their results will not count and they will place last in their pool. During playoffs, teams will be permitted to play the first round, however, they will not advance, regardless of results. c) Team results will be counted if players show up mid-tournament; only the results that all 8 players were present for will be counted. All 8 players must be present at the start of the match for results to count. d) If a team attends the tournament with 8 players and loses one to injury, they will be permitted to continue with no consequences (all results will count). 16 Page

17 14U Women LTAD Stage: Training to Train A Principle Focus: builds the engine and consolidates sports skills. Go to training-to-train-a for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. Teams that register for this category are eligible to attend Nationals pending they have met all the requirements outlined in the VC Nationals criteria. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, with one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa VUL500 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 14U Girls will utilize the 12 limited substitution rule with NO libero. d) Coaches must start all players within a match. Volleyball Canada Fair Play rules apply.... all players listed on the score sheet must start the first or second set. In the first two sets no substitutions may take place before one team has scored 15 points. An athlete may be substituted in and out due to injury. If a third set is necessary, any line up can be used. (Reference: Sect p. 34. Volleyball Canada Official Rules) e) Coaches must initial the opposing team s starting line-up for the second set prior to the start of the second set. If all players have not started a set, the penalty is a point is awarded to the opposition for an illegal sub and the team must correct the line-up. f) Head Coaches must be certified Level 1 in Volleyball at the time of registration. First time coaches will be given a one year grace period to complete their Level 1. g) 5-1 system is NOT allowed to be used. h) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) The 14UW category will be comprised of a Division 1 (D1) and Division 2 (D2). All teams will compete in D1 for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1. Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will use U Conexus Provincial results to place teams into pools. The top 16 teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will play in SUBWAY Sask Cup #2. The top 13 teams from D1 and top 3 teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 will make up SUBWAY Sask Cup #3. Seeding for Provincials will be based on teams final placing at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3. Teams finishing 1 st -13 th in D1, along with teams that finish 1 st -3 rd in D2 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will make up D1 at the Conexus Provincial Championships. Teams finishing 14 th -16th in D1 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3, and 4 th or lower in D2 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will play in D2 at the Conexus Provincials. b) A serpentine seeding system will be utilized to place teams into pools in the preliminary round. (Please see Appendix B for a serpentine seeding example). c) Sask Volleyball reserves the right to adjust the seeding in order to avoid teams from the same club playing in the same pool in the preliminary draw. d) Playoff draws will be arranged to best reflect the number of entries in each tournament. 17 Page

18 15U Women LTAD Stage: Training to Train B Principle Focus: builds the engine and consolidates sports skills. Go to training-to-train-b for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. Teams who register for this category are eligible to attend Nationals pending they have met all the requirements outlined in the VC Nationals criteria. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa MVA200 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 15U Girls will utilize the 12 limited substitution rule with NO libero. d) Head Coaches must be certified Level 1 in Volleyball at the time of registration. First time coaches will be given a one year grace period to complete their Level 1. e) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) The 15UW category will be comprised of a Division 1 (D1) and Division 2 (D2). Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will use U Conexus Provincial results to place teams into pools. All teams will compete in D1 for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1. The top 12 teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will play in SUBWAY Sask Cup #2. Teams finishing 1 st -10 th in D1 and 1 st -2 nd in SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 will make up SUBWAY Sask Cup #3. Seeding for Provincials will be based on teams final placing at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3. Teams finishing 1 st -10 th in D1, along with teams that finish 1 st -2 nd in D2 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will make up D1 at the Conexus Provincial Championships. Teams finishing 11 th -12 th in D1 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3, and 3 rd or lower in D2 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will play in D2 at the Conexus Provincials. b) A serpentine seeding system will be utilized to place teams into pools in the preliminary round. (Please see Appendix B for a serpentine seeding example). c) Sask Volleyball reserves the right to adjust the seeding in order to avoid teams from the same club playing in the same pool in the preliminary draw. d) Playoff draws will be arranged to best reflect the number of entries in each tournament. 18 Page

19 16U Women LTAD Stage: Training to Train B Principle Focus: builds the engine and consolidates sports skills. Go to training-to-train-a for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. All teams who register in this division are eligible to attend Nationals pending they have met all the requirements outlined in the VC Nationals criteria. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa MVA200 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 16U Women will utilize the 6 limited substitution rule with libero. d) Head Coaches must be certified Level 1 in Volleyball at the time of registration. A one year grace period will be given to first year head coaches. e) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) The 16UW category will be comprised of a Division 1 (D1) and Division 2 (D2). Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will use U Conexus Provincial results to place teams into pools. All teams will compete in D1 for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1. The top 12 teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will play in SUBWAY Sask Cup #2. Teams finishing 1 st -10 th in D1 and 1 st -2 nd in SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 will make up SUBWAY Sask Cup #3. Seeding for Provincials will be based on teams final placing at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3. Teams finishing 1 st -10 th in D1, along with teams that finish 1 st -2 nd in D2 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will make up D1 at the Conexus Provincial Championships. Teams finishing 11 th -12 th in D1 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3, and 3 rd or lower in D2 at SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will play in D2 at the Conexus Provincials. b) A serpentine seeding system will be utilized to place teams into pools in the preliminary round. (Please see Appendix B for a serpentine seeding example). c) Sask Volleyball reserves the right to adjust the seeding in order to avoid teams from the same club playing in the same pool in the preliminary draw. d) Playoff draws will be arranged to best reflect the number of entries in each tournament. 19 Page

20 17U Women LTAD Stage: Learn to Compete Principle Focus: Optimize fitness preparation and position specific skills. Go to for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. All teams who register in this division are eligible to attend Nationals pending they have met all the requirements outlined in the VC Nationals criteria. 17U teams can still compete at 17U Nationals, as long as they compete in the 17U Women Division 1 or 17/18U Women Division 2 category within Saskatchewan. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa MVA200 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 17U Women will utilize the 6 limited substitution rule with libero. d) Head Coaches must be certified Level 2 in Volleyball at the time of registration. e) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) 17U and 18U teams will compete together in SUBWAY Sask Cups. At the Conexus Provincial Championships there will be a Division 1 17U Provincial Category, as well as a Division 1 18U Provincial Category. The top 17U teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will compete in Division 1, the top 18U teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will compete in Division 1, and the remaining teams will compete in a combined 17/18U Division 2. 3 Sask Cups will be offered for these combined age groups. Teams will be placed into Divisions after Sask Cup #1. Teams will have the opportunity to move up and down Divisions based on performance at the Sask Cup #2 and Sask Cup #3. b) Seeding for 17/18U SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will use the U and 17U Conexus Provincial results to place teams into combined pools. A serpentine and reverse serpentine system will be used to seed the teams competitively. 20 Page

21 18U Women LTAD Stage: Learn to Compete Principle Focus: Optimize fitness preparation and position specific skills. Go to for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. All teams who register in this division are eligible to attend Nationals pending they have met all the requirements outlined in the VC Nationals criteria. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa MVA200 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 18U will utilize the 6 limited substitution rule with libero. d) Head Coaches must be certified Level 2 in Volleyball at the time of registration. e) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) 17U and 18U teams will compete together in SUBWAY Sask Cups. At the Conexus Provincial Championships there will be a Division 1 17U Provincial Category, as well as a Division 1 18U Provincial Category. The top 17U teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will compete in Division 1, the top 18U teams from SUBWAY Sask Cup #3 will compete in Division 1, and the remaining teams will compete in a combined 17/18U Division 2. 3 Sask Cups will be offered for these combined age groups. Teams will be placed into Divisions after Sask Cup #1. Teams will have the opportunity to move up and down Divisions based on performance at the Sask Cup #2 and Sask Cup #3. b) Seeding for 17/18U SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will use the U and 17U Conexus Provincial results to place teams into combined pools. A serpentine and reverse serpentine system will be used to seed the teams competitively. 21 Page

22 Male Age Class Programs 14U Men LTAD Stage: Training to Train A Principle Focus: builds the engine and consolidates sports skills. Go to training-to-train-a for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. The 14U Boys Program will run with a minimum of 4 teams. If teams registered only allow for a single day tournament, refunds (reflecting single day tournament price) will be given after the tournament. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa MVA200 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 14U Boys will utilize the 12 limited substitution rule with NO libero. d) Coaches must start all players within a match. Volleyball Canada Fair Play rules apply.... all players listed on the score sheet must start the first or second set. In the first two sets no substitutions may take place before one team has scored 15 points. An athlete may be substituted in and out due to injury. If a third set is necessary, any line up can be used. (Ref: Sect p. 34. Volleyball Canada Official Rules) e) Coaches must initial the opposing team s starting line-up for the second set prior to the start of the second set. If all players have not started a set, the penalty is a point awarded to the opposition team for an illegal sub and the team must correct the line-up. f) 5-1 system is NOT allowed to be used. (Note: Disciplinary actions for infractions are outlined on Sask Volleyball website: g) Head Coaches must be certified Level 1 in Volleyball at the time of registration. First time coaches will be given a one year grace period to complete their Level 1. h) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) For Sask Cup #1 at the 14U Boys level, the Triple Ball format will be used for the competitions. For Sask Cup #2 and Provincial Championships, the Triple Ball format will not be used. See Sask Volleyball website for the Volleyball Canada rationale behind the Triple Ball format. b) A serpentine seeding system will be utilized to place teams into pools in the preliminary round. (Please see Appendix B for a serpentine seeding example). c) Sask Volleyball reserves the right to adjust the seeding in order to avoid teams from the same club playing in the same pool in the preliminary draw. d) Playoff draws will be arranged to best reflect the number of entries in each tournament. Seeding a) Random draw will be used to seed SUBWAY Sask Cup #1. b) Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 will be done using the results from SUBWAY Sask Cup #1. c) Seeding for Conexus Provincials will be done by the following: i. The sum of the total number of accumulated points from the SUBWAY Sask Cup tournaments. ii. In the case of a Tie, the following steps will be taken in sequence until the tie is broken. 1. Team with higher finish in the most recent SUBWAY Sask Cup both teams attended. 2. Coaches poll on where the teams should be ranked. 3. Coin Flip. 22 Page

23 16U Men LTAD Stage: Training to Train B Principle Focus: builds the engine and consolidates sports skills. Go to training-to-train-a for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. The 16U Men s Program will run with a minimum of 4 teams. 15U Men teams will complete with 16U Men teams in this age-class. 15U Teams can still compete at Nationals in the 15U category, as long as they compete in the 16U Men Provincials. If teams registered only allow for a single day tournament, refunds (to reflect the price of a single day tournament) will be given after the tournament. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa MVA200 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 16U Men will utilize the 12 limited substitution rule with NO libero. d) Head Coaches must be certified Level 1 in Volleyball at the time of registration. First time coaches will be given a one year grace period to complete their Level 1. e) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) A serpentine seeding system will be utilized to place teams into pools in the preliminary round. (Please see Appendix B for a serpentine seeding example). b) Sask Volleyball reserves the right to adjust the seeding in order to avoid teams from the same club playing in the same pool in the preliminary draw. c) Playoff draws will be arranged to best reflect the number of entries in each tournament. Seeding a) Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will be done using the results from the U and 16U Men s Conexus Provincials results b) Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 will be done using the results from the U SUBWAY Sask Cup #1. c) Seeding for Conexus Provincials will be done by the following: i. The sum of the total number of points accumulated at SUBWAY Sask Cup tournaments. ii. In the case of a Tie, the following steps will be taken in sequence until the tie is broken. 1. Team with higher finish in the most recent SUBWAY Sask Cup both teams attended. 2. Coaches poll on where the teams should be ranked. 3. Coin Flip. 23 Page

24 18U Men LTAD Stage: Learn to Compete Principle Focus: Optimize fitness preparation and position specific skills. Go to for Volleyball Canada s LTAD recommendations for this age-group. The 18U Men s Program will run with a minimum of 4 teams. 17U Men teams will complete with 18U Men teams in this age-class. 17U Teams can still compete at Nationals in the 17U category, as long as they compete in the 18U Men Provincials. If teams registered only allow for a single day tournament, refunds (to reflect the price of a single day tournament) will be given after the tournament. Guidelines a) Registered teams must play in a minimum of 2 tournaments, one being an out of town tournament, in the category they are registered, to be eligible for Provincials. It is recommended that teams compete in no more than 7 competitions including Provincials. b) The Mikasa MVA200 will be the official competition ball for this age category. c) 18U Men will utilize the 6 limited substitution rule with libero. d) Head Coaches must be certified Level 2 in Volleyball at the time of registration. e) See Page 10 for more info on Overage Athletes. Tournament Structure a) A serpentine seeding system will be utilized to place teams into pools in the preliminary round. (Please see Appendix B for a serpentine seeding example). b) Sask Volleyball reserves the right to adjust the seeding in order to avoid teams from the same club playing in the same pool in the preliminary draw. c) Playoff draws will be arranged to best reflect the number of entries in each tournament. d) Provincials will be a power pool structure exact format TBD based on number of teams. Seeding a) Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #1 will be done using the results from the U Men s and 18U Men s Conexus Provincials results b) Seeding for SUBWAY Sask Cup #2 will be done using the results from the U SUBWAY Sask Cup #1. c) Seeding for Conexus Provincials will be done by the following: i. The sum of the total number of points accumulated at SUBWAY Sask Cup tournaments. ii. In the case of a Tie, the following steps will be taken in sequence until the tie is broken. 1. Team with higher finish in the most recent SUBWAY Sask Cup both teams attended. 2. Coaches poll on where the teams should be ranked. 3. Coin Flip. 24 Page

25 Coaching Certification for Age Class Coaches For all Coaching Certification Requirements for Club Volleyball click here: Respect in Sport All Coaches and Trainers must complete the Respect in Sport course or equivalent by March 31st, 2016 in order to qualify for participation in the 2015 Indoor Provincial Championships. Certifications will be checked at Provincials. Visit to familiarize yourself with the policy. 13U/14U/15U/16U Teams At the time of team registration, the Head Coach must be certified Level 1 in Volleyball. 17U/18U Teams At the time of team registration, the Head Coach must be full certified Level 2 in Volleyball. For a list of NCCP Indoor and Beach Technical Workshops visit: For more info on the workshops, or to discuss hosting a clinic in another community, please contact Myron Mehler at or Exemption For first time coaches in 13U, 14U, 15U and 16U age categories, a one year grace period will be granted. This means for the first year of coaching, you will not be required to be full Level 1 certified in Volleyball. Please note that this is only good for the first year and by the following year at registration, all coaches will be expected to have completed the certification process for Volleyball. There will be no exemption for first time coaches in the 17U, 18U categories. These coaches must comply with the mandatory coaching certification as outlined above. Note: The Head Coach may register as a head coach with only one team within the same age category. Concussion Protocol Sask Volleyball has adopted the Volleyball Canada Concussion Policy. Coaches need to review and be aware of this policy. To familiarize yourself with the policy visit: 8Updated%20July%209%202015%29.pdf Membership Assistance Program Grants (MAP) Clubs can apply for Membership Assistance Program (MAP) funding to help support their programs. For Policy, Application, and Follow Up Forms visit: 25 Page

26 The annual MAP grant will be split up in the following categories for 2016: 13U/14U/15U Age Group Mini Volley and Atomic Volleyball 16U/17U/18U Age Group 40% 23% 15% Beach High Schools Camps 10% 7% 5% Section 6: Volleyball for Adults Along with the youth volleyball programs, Sask Volleyball also provides a program for Adults to participate in and continue their enjoyment in the sport of volleyball. For the 2016 Season, we will not require the Adult teams to pay a membership fee to participate in these events. Teams will be required to pay an entry fee per tournament. Divisions Seniors: Men s/women s Born 1997 or before Masters: Men s/women s Born in 1981 or before Masters 45+: Men s/women s Born in 1971 or before 2016 Adult Tournament Dates TOURNAMENT Date Reg. Deadline Location Fee Senior Provincials April 16 March 15 Saskatoon TBA Masters Provincials April 16 March 15 Saskatoon TBA Registration Contact Sask Volleyball office at or via at 26 Page

27 Section 7: Beach Volleyball Sask Volleyball offers a competitive Beach Tour from June through the August long weekend. These events include 14U Men and Women 4 s, and 16U, 18U, and Adult Men and Women 2 s divisions. Sask Volleyball also organizes Adult Beach Leagues in Regina and Saskatoon for 2 s, 4 s, and 6 s division. As well, Beach Provincial Championships will be held August 6 th and 7 th in Regina. There are also many clubs throughout the province that are now offering beach development camps and training sessions. Please check Sask Volleyball website periodically for updates on Beach programs being run throughout the province. Section 8: Indoor National Championships All 2016 Volleyball Canada (VC) National Championships are OPEN Events. Entries into all National Championships are based on a first come first serve basis. If your team(s) is planning on entering any VC National Championship, early registration is the best way to guarantee entry. Registration for Nationals is expected to open in mid-january, exact date to be posted on Note: Sask Volleyball CANNOT hold a spot for clubs at National Events. Locations and Dates 14U Volleyball Canada Championships Halifax, NS, April 28-May 1 Ottawa, ON, May 5-8 Winnipeg, MB, May U Volleyball Canada Championships Waterloo, ON, May Regina, SK, May U Volleyball Canada Championships Waterloo, ON, May Calgary, AB, May U/18U Girls Volleyball Canada Championships Edmonton, AB, May U/18U Boys Volleyball Canada Championship Saskatoon, SK May Page

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