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Indoor Hardcourt. Competitive, Pre-Competitive, Beginners. 5 Courts.

  • Mar 1, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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$5 per night

Drop-in Program

Times: Dec 27 – 6:30PM – 10:30PM, All others 8:30PM – 12:30PM
# of Courts: 2
Typical Attendance: 16-24 players
Quality of Play: Only managed when there are 24 or more players. Everyone plays, however pre-competitive (experienced) play is encouraged.

Times: 6:30PM – 12:30 AM
# of Courts: 5
Typical Attendance: 75-90 Players
Quality of Play: Carefully Managed (see below). 1 competitive court (A, Open), 2 pre-competitive courts (B+) and 2 open Gym type courts.

Times: 2:00PM – 6PM, Ending January 7
# of Courts: 2
Typical Attendance
Quality of Play: Only managed when there are 24 or more players. Everyone plays, however pre-competitive (experienced) play is encouraged.

Rules (Applies to all Fridays, and some Thursdays and Sundays)
There are no sign up sheets.
Games to 25 (cap 21) if there is less than one other team waiting to play
Games to 21 (Cap 25) if there are more than two teams waiting
5 minute break between games.
Old Net Rule (any contact). This is for safety, particularly on the lower level courts.
Men’s height net
No gender rules - talent and skill dictate not gender
Admission includes the gym and workout area which you can use so long as no juniors are present.
You must wear a Momentum Volleyball Club wrist band and check in while at the facility.

Friday Court Specific Rules

Drop-In Levels and Rating System
Our levels and ratings are granted to each player by a combination of the subjective opinion of experienced club-level coaches and observation by the staff during events. Players that exhibit a long standing history of survival on courts 1 and court 2, are usually noted in the registration system and after a few weeks, are changed automatically to the respective rating. What this means is that if you want to earn your band without formally getting evaluated one-on-one by the staff, you need to make an effort to be noticed on courts 1 and 2 by the staff, otherwise the assumption is that you are just fine with the white band, and don’t care to have a higher level band. Once you earn a band, the only way you lose the band is either because many people complain, or because the level of competition has changed making it necessary to re-adjust the levels. We continue to attract higher levels of play, especially on court 1, and even though there are some really good players there, there always exists the possibility that much better players will show up, pushing everyone down.

If you are identified as a competitive or pre-competitive player by the staff you will be given a different color wrist band. This changes the rules for you and gives you certain benefits that are intended to improve the overall play experience for everyone. Read below to understand how this works.

Competitive – A-Open – Green Bands
Players that are competitive usually have many years of formal training and may have played in college. They are experienced and know how to run advanced plays and formations with almost flawless ball control. They consistently execute proper transitions, and play strategically. These players exhibit great agility, strength, speed, and high levels of experience with the game. Some players have been known to play professionally.

Pre-competitive – B – Blue Bands
Players that are pre-competitive usually lack the level of formal training of Competitive players, and area usually not as experienced, but are not beginners. They have decent ball control, but may make several errors in passing, and may make errors in reads. The know basic formations, defenses and offenses, and attempt and usually execute proper footwork, transitions, and are aware of and/or execute specialized positions.

Recreational – Developing – White Bands
Players that are recreational/developing usually are just getting started in Volleyball or have had very little or no formal training. This band is also given to players that are unrated or new to our facility.

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  • Da-Vi'do キティ・ホワイト נמר ك.

    Do you have a grey with wrinkles arm band?

    1 · March 1, 2013

  • Vi K.

    I'm new to the group. Do I just come in and play or what do I need to do?

    March 1, 2013

    • Samuel Tony M.

      Yeah, just come out and play. Depending on your experience level, you will be given a certain band. There are different courts with different formats geared towards people at different levels. Top level players get green bands and have one court dedicated to them. Intermediete players get blue bands and have two courts dedicated to them. Beginners and those that haven't figured out that they really want a blue or green band get white bands. if you want to try out for a higher band you get a pink band in addition to your current band.

      March 1, 2013

    • Samuel Tony M.

      You need to be playing with others of the same band to get evaluated. (i.e. to get your blue band, you need to be on courts 2 or 3 with 5 other blue bands and be playing 5-1 or 6-2 with a perimeter defense. If a coach is availble when you do this and they watch you execute the requirements as laid out above, you get your blue band) The bands give you the right to form a team on courts 1 and 2. You can play anywhere with a white band so long as you know someone that is willing to let you on their team. Courts 3-5 have no band requirement. Court three is a king of the court format with a four game max, so that's more competitive than courts 4 and 5 that are "everyone plays, two on and off" courts. At a minimun play on court 4 and 5, make some friends and go to court 3. Once there, you might have a blue band that will then be willing to form a team on court 2. On courts 1 and 2 so long as you are winning you stay on.

      March 1, 2013

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